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bluesma36 (#47501790)
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Bio Photo I have been engaged in family genealogy research since 1995, when we found out my husband had been adopted as a newborn infant. His biological family has taken us back through the early settlers of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine to Pilgrim Isaac Allerton of the famous ship, MAYFLOWER. It includes Patriots and Loyalists, ministers, civil and social activists. His adoptive family goes back about 5 generations in America and hails from Ireland and Prussia.
As for my own roots, my trip has taken me to Loyalists and Patriots as well; and includes Immigrant Moses Pingrey, an early saltmaker of Ipswich, MA.
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BobBoston
RE: ACRES, Marion
Sorry I do not have any info other than what is on the marker.
Was she a 19 year old Nun?
I would suggest calling the Cemetery office. perhaps they have details, like who else is there, who the owner is, what the Plot # is. I only took the photo and created the memorial for some future relative that may be looking for her.
Celebrate Volunteerism.
Added by BobBoston on Oct 15, 2015 6:33 PM
BobBoston
RE: Grave photo for John J Magee, Jr
You are very welcome.
And permission is absolutely granted. Thank You for asking.
Celebrate Volunteerism.
Added by BobBoston on Aug 14, 2015 3:47 PM
Patricia Cousens
Brehaut
My husband and I just visited the cemetery in Pownal and Thomas K Brehaut and his wife Elizabeth are buried there. I took a picture and posted it. We also went thru the cemetery at Alexandra and they are not in that cemetery. Please delete your entry of them in the Alexandra Cemetery. Thanks, Patricia Cousens
Added by Patricia Cousens on Aug 05, 2015 4:31 PM
Record Keeper
RE: McClellands buried in same cemetery
You have been doing some great work. It all seems to fit together. You have a talent for research.
Added by Record Keeper on Jun 01, 2015 6:12 PM
Record Keeper
RE: McClellands buried in same cemetery
Thank you for your message. I got the information for the McClellands from cemetery records and have no other information on them. Good luck in your search.
Added by Record Keeper on May 28, 2015 5:09 AM
Patricia Cousens
Thomas and Elizabeth Brehaut
I seen your posting for Thomas K Brehaut and Elizabeth Ellen Judson Brehaut in Alexandra Cemetery. Are you sure that's the right cemetery and not the Pownal Cemetery down the road? I have a newspaper clipping of the obituaries for both and it states they are buried in the Pownal Cemetery. I also have a Cemetery Transcript I sent for on the Community/Methodist-United Church Cemetery Pownal that list both of them buried there. My husband and I visited PEI in August of 2012 and visited both cemeteries where his relatives are buried. I was new at this, so I did not photograph every grave stone in these cemeteries, I now wish I had. My husband and I are going on another genealogy this summer and hopefully make it back to BEAUTIFUL PEI. Regards, Patty.
Added by Patricia Cousens on May 09, 2015 9:36 AM
Fran Hanchett
RE: Burial of Lucy Hubbard Pingree
I just looked at her death cert. She died in Lebanon and my guess is...in 1888, the body would not have been transported that far...so I believe she is buried in West Lebanon.
Added by Fran Hanchett on Nov 18, 2014 3:14 AM
Fran Hanchett
RE: Burial of Lucy Hubbard Pingree
My guess is that the gravestone in Salisbury is a cenotaph. Her parents are both buried in W. Lebanon. (oren & Catherine Hubbard). My guess is that after Stephen died she moved back with her parents.
The gravestone in Salisbury listed all of his wives; but where Lucy died eight years later......
Or, sometimes parents list their children on their gravestones, but they are buried elsewhere.

I would say they are both the same person, but one is a cenotaph--not a clue which one unless the death certificate lists the cemetery or town of burial.
Added by Fran Hanchett on Nov 18, 2014 3:09 AM
Ed Poulin
RE: Jonathan Flagg
Thanks for the information. I added him when I had just started find-a-grave merely to tie his 4 children together so it's good to flesh it out a bit.
Added by Ed Poulin on Sep 11, 2014 5:40 AM
Ed Poulin
RE: Immigrant Thomas Flagg
Hi bluesma36,

I think I may have noticed the duplication for Thomas Flagg and his wife before as well as the differences and made an attempt to contact Star. Clearly went nowhere. Probably the best thing would be for me to delete mine as so many children's memorials have already been attached to her Thomas & Mary. The real origin stories for Thomas and Mary will just have to be determined by each individual researcher and Star's memorials will at least cover the correct death dates.

Ed
Added by Ed Poulin on Sep 08, 2014 8:31 PM
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