|J M Schumann (#47147114)|
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Family research has interested me since I was in grade school and we had to make a little family tree for ourselves. Photos have always been one of my favorite parts of the puzzle-either photos of people or their graves or places they lived. Our main family lines are Blanford, Booth, Buss, Calhoun, Castle, Champlin, Cheeseman, Chesebrough, Cochran, Danner, Denison, Epler, Ferguson, Hrobsky, McDowell, Messenger, Miller, Noyes, Painter, Parsons, Riffel, Robidoux, Schumann, Silgman, Smith, Stanton, Stewart, Tracy, and Viets.|
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|Bonnie Kies||Abigail Doane Lothrop|
Memorial# 71742682 Just wanted to say Thank You. Have added and credited as said :)
|Bonnie Kies||Abigail Doane Lothrop|
Memorial# 71742682 Abigail Doane Lothrop Hi Schumann I would like to ask if I may to use your Photo of Abigail on my family tree (ancestry). I will be sure to credit you for the Photo as well as Findagrave and the creator of the Memorial. Thank You Very Much. Bonnie :)
|Laura Kessler Hershey||Conewago Chapel|
Hi again!! Thanks for getting back to me!! I will have to call the church or even just go there! I really don't live that far from it. I hope you can find Mathias Riffel's burial place!! I KNOW how you feel!! Mathias and Christina Riffel are my great (X6) grandparents!! Are we related!! Thank you for your help and your kindness!! Happy Thanksgiving to you also!! God Bless! Laura
|Nancy Coffey||Upper left corner|
A bunch of hooligans if I ever saw one. LOL The photo reminds me of a Norman Rockwell painting & I loved Norman Rockwell. They are all adorable.
|Beth Bauchet||Margaret Lewen Lamberton Goodyear|
Hello, I just submitted an edit for Margaret's death year. It is unknown, however, per New England Marriages prior to 1700 (ancestry.com) she was aged 56 in 1670, so she died that year or later. This matches the baptism record.
(10th great-granddaughter of Margaret & George Lamberton)
|Emily Sue||Louisa Epler James 74872266|
this is my g g g'ma and what a surprise to see her picture --- the same ones I have framed.
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|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Mercy Denison|
It is amazing the stones have not been reset in granite like the old stones on Plymouth Burial Hill where John Howland is at. I am glad you were able to take these photos for the stones that are there. You got there just in time--the stones are readable from your photos. Many thanks for your work on our relatives. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Mercy Gorham Denison|
Mary, What a nice surprise to see your trip was successful in finding Mercy & George Denison gravesite and adding the cemetery where they are at. The photos are beautiful. I noticed you added Champlin graves. How many people are recorded to be in this cemetery. I wonder if Elizabeth Denison Champlin & Christopher Champlin are here? Richard (Now to get George Denison transferred in here....)
|Mike Galasco||Matthias Riffel & Christina Danner|
I would like to thank you so much for doing a great job on your research on Christina Danner.
Christina and Matthias Riffel are my grandparents
back 7 generations.I have been looking everywhere
where Christina and Matthias final resting place
was.I was so glad to find your info on Christina.
If you have any info where Matthias is buried please
leave me know.I would very much appreciate it.
Thank you so much for your hard work !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||RE: Mary Gallup Noyes & Dorothy Stanton Noyes|
Thanks for your note. You might want to review another line to Reverend James Noyes II and his father. I just had Dorothy Noyes Treat linked as the daughter of James Noyes II. If you follow the line down to Mary Woodburn Champlin, wife of Charles Champlin and brother of William, it connects meaning Mary Woodburn married the grandson of Dorothy Noyes' brother, Deacon John Noyes. Charles Champlin married the great granddaughter of John Noyes sister, Dorothy Noyes Treat. I think I have this connection right. I am going to try to get someone to go out to these cemeteries in the Spring and see if tombstones are still there. Alot of stones where Dorothy Noyes Treat is buried have disappeared but family put up a beautiful memorial. The Noyes family is an interesting family.
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