|Rebeca E. (#47030528)|
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|I am working on my family history and found this site useful as my ancestors are not buried close to my home. So I would like to find their graves and also contribute what I can for others.|
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|Don Whelpley||Thomas Bagley 52889725|
I wonder if you would consider turning this memorial over to me to manage. My grandmother, Alice Bagley was born in Hartland, VT. Her father Cyrus R Bagley is in the Heartland Village Cemetery as are 5 of her brothers and sisters. Her grandfather Perkins Bagley is in Gallup Cemetery down Weed Rd from this cemetery and Thomas is her great-grandfather. He was born in Amesbury, MA and served several enlistments in the Revolutionary War and came to Vermont soon after the war ended. Thomas Jefferson Bagley is a direct male descendent of Orlando Bagley who was in Boston before 1650 and of his son Orlando Bagley the Constable of Amesbury who served the arrest warrant on one of the defendants in the Salem Witch Trials. I do manage nearly all of the other family members in Windsor County.
|Brad Hadley||Betsey Green Hadley|
Rebeca, could you remove the "e" from Green in her name. She was the daughter of Abraham and Abigail (Perkins) Green, with no e. Her marriage record has her without the "e", at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FLXG-32R
descended from Wells and Betsey (Green) Hadley
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|Brad Hadley||Emeline Dontley|
In Weed Cemetery, Hartland VT. The name should be Emeline Huntley. The stone is warn making the Hu look a lot like Do. I confirmed with both the 1984 survey by the Hartland Historical Society and the VT Vital Records. Could you change it on Find a Grave?
|Brad Hadley||May I use some of your pics?|
Hi Rebeca. We may have communicated before, but my memory is ... what do you call it ... ah.
I'm working on Weed Cemetery in Hartland, VT. While we have pictures of most of the stones there, and I'm hoping to go back there in a few weeks, some of your stones are much better than what I have. May we use them on the Hartland Historical Society site? E.g. http://www.hartlandhistory.org/stone_detail.php?recno=140
|Brad Hadley||Betsey Green Hadley|
Rebeca, I took the liberty of copying the picture you took of Betsey's grave to the Hartland Historical Society cemetery database. For some reason, I never uploaded the picture I took after cleaning the gravestone (with special approved cleaner), and now I can't find it. Your picture is excellent. When did you take the picture? It appears the moss etc hasn't regrown since I cleaned it. By the way, there is no "e" in Greene for her maiden name. Just Green. She was daughter of Abraham and Abigail (Perkins) Green.
|Pastor Dan||Permelia Woolsey|
Permelia Adelaide (Stone) Woolsey Find A Grave#29656429 is my great grandfather's sister. Their father was Lory Stone #63110615 and their mother was Permelia (Mallory) Stone #63114258.
If you would like, I would be happy to manage her record, if not - could I send you some detail for you to post on her record? In either case, would you link her to her parents?
|Nick Woolsey||Asbury & George Lory Woolsey|
Thank you for all the work you've done. I am writing to introduce yourself and a question. My name is Nick Woolsey I am the 2nd and 3rd great grandson of Asbury & George Lory Woolsey buried in New Cemetery. I am not sure what your relation is but would like to know more as well.
I would also like to know if you would consider transfering maintenance of these online sites to me for I am 1 of only 2 direct lineage grandsons of these two in that area and frequently travel to maintain the actual graves. I would understand judging by the work you have put in , but kindly ask if I may continue maintenance of these two. thank you for time.
|Nick Woolsey||Asbury Woolsey & George L|
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|Kathrine (Vargason) and Jerry Kaupang||Vargason pics|
Thank you so much for taking some of the Vargason photo requests for me. I really do appreciate them. I live in Minnesota and would like to one day take a trip to Pennsylvania, thats where my family immigrated to. Again thank you so much.
|Chris Wegner||Daniel Wells|
Daniel Frank Wells is my great-great-great-grandfather. :)
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