|Aron Garceau (#46886850)|
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|I have been researching my genealogy for about 6 years now, I live with my wife and kids in St. Albans, VT.|
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|J campbell||RE: Roy and Florence|
YES i do have alot of information on this family .
The father that started it all was Frederick Coon
born 1815 Canada or Holland his wife was Pauline Hebert.Lewis coon and Harriet Martineau .They are all buried in Ceder Grove Cemetary Vermont.LEWIS
Coon was my Great Great grandmother Marguerite Coon
brother.If you put your eMail on your page i will send you more .Jan
|Chet Brunell||Chatterton Family|
I have just completed the family tree for the Benjamin Chatterton family and will be donating it to the Middlesex Historical Society. My research brought me back to the original, Robert, born in 1559 in Cranbrook, Kent, England.
One member of the family I could find served in the Civil War from 1862 to 1863. I thought Benjamin served in the War of 1812 or Revolutionary War but could not find anything on him. Do you know anything more about him?
|Chet Brunell||G. D. Preston?|
I just left the Chatterton Cemetery since I didn't know the name and was going to add the names. Our family owned a hunting camp up the road for many years and use to hunt to Don Tessier, who was married to a Garceau from St. Albans. Are you related?
Anyway, my question is whether you found out any more on this person? I have the same ??? why he is buried there.
Thanks for entering, Chet
|william kalacinski||Salls family|
hello! I was wondering if you were related to the Salls family, and if not, would you mind transferring the memorials from Marlington Cemetery over to me? They are, specifically:
Franklin B Salls Find A Grave Memorial# 54170420
Napoleon Salls Find A Grave Memorial# 68230148
Olive Betsey Colvin Salls Find A Grave Memorial# 68230206
Phebe Wait Salls Find A Grave Memorial# 54170446
I noticed you have uploaded many pictures to Marlington cemetery, I was hoping if you are ever in the area if you could take a photo of the marker for Avery and Emily Jane Bryant who are buried there.
Thanks in advance and Happy Holidays!
Added by L Beacon on Dec 26, 2010 11:53 AM
I found a cemetery picture for the 2nd cem before the damage was done. How badly was the tall monument damaged? Is it possible it was removed for repair oe replacement?
Added by Kocart on Mar 04, 2010 2:37 PM
I did not realize the stone had been destroyed. I took the photo on 5-12-2007--I had to climb up on the side of it to photograph the writing, which, strangely, was on the top of the monument, where it became quite eroded and difficult to read. The cemetery is such a little place and I'm sure no one was caring for it, so vandals did their worst. It is a terrible shame. I wish now I had taken a better picture.
Thanks for making the memorial,
Added by Kocart on Mar 03, 2010 2:47 AM
Hi! I guess we are distant cousins. I checking to see if I had uploaded all of the photos I took of ancestors' graves I had visited, and voila, the Nathaniel Ladd picture I took a few years ago was already on his grave! Which goes to show that recording these stones is not in vain--people do get and appreciate the pictures. Of course I have no idea how many hands the image passed through, and I am mystified--I have no idea who I sent it to. But I'm glad it's there and that you were able to enjoy and share it. If you would like a full sized original of it, just let me know.
Added by Kocart on Mar 03, 2010 2:23 AM