|Paul||RE: Mem #80196961|
She is my maternal Great Grandmother. Mary Alice is my Grandmother, her daughter Evelyn Juliet is my mother.
Augusta's photo was in among the family photos and documents which I now have.
Feel free to use the photo.
Added by Paul on Jul 01, 2015 8:21 AM
According to church records Joseph Ivers and his wife Margaret Brown Ivers were buried in Calvary Cemetery in St Johnsbury. Perhaps they have no markers, but that is what I have been told by the diocese.
Added by Barb OD on Jul 01, 2015 2:00 AM
|Glenn M. Massey||RE: Horatio A Thurston # 119123049|
Hello Barnet/Waterford History,
I may have some information that my solve this question. Please reference Horatio A. Thurston, Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879 - 1903 and Horatio A. Thurston U.S. Civil War Pension Index; General Index to Pension Files, 1861 -1934. Both of these documents show H.A. vs L.A.; I hope this helps. Please let me know what you think. Thank you for your time and assistance in this matter.
|Glenn M. Massey||Horatio A Thurston # 119123049|
Thank you so much for the memorial photo of our family member.God Bless you.
My family and I do have one question, according to the 1860 Census, Horatio would have been born in 1847 not 1845. Can you please help where you obtained this year of birth?
Thank you again,
Glenn Massey & Family
|Gail Weston||RE: Ella M Stone Potter, Memorial# 99835590|
Thank you so much for your quick response. I was in St. Johnsbury 2 years ago, but could not find her grave. I appreciate your efforts.
|ctv||Elizabeth Turner Salls|
Thank you so much for adding the nice picture of the grave marker for my Aunt and Uncle Salls. Very much appreciated!!
Added by ctv on May 07, 2013 9:13 PM
|Allison Clausen||Caleb Bugbee and Joanna Eastman Bugbee|
Thanks so much for these photos. They are a great help to my research of the Bugbee family and I really appreciate your time and effort in getting them. Thanks again! - Allison Clausen
|Stephen Barneby||RE: Eliphalet and Abigail Carter|
Thanks. They're posted and credited to you.
I enjoyed looking at your memorials in this cemetery. Interesting before and after. Of course, I know you would prefer the original stones were there. I will forever look at new stones with old dates differently... that they were replacements of stones that were lost. I had just thought these graves were not originally marked, and a later relative placed the stone. --Amy
|Stephen Barneby||Eliphalet and Abigail Carter|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph these two stones. It's a long way to New Hampshire from where I live, and consequently unlikely that I would have the chance to take the photos myself.
This is a very nice community service that you are doing and one that I personally appreciate very much.
Would you have any objection to my using these photos on my Ancestry.com family tree?
Thanks again, Steve Barneby
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