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Gwen Bell Darby
RE: Samuel Darby in Acra Burying ground??
Thanks any way Star.

Best regards,

Gwen Bell Darby,Member # 48150388
Atlanta
Added by Gwen Bell Darby on Mar 04, 2015 2:15 PM
VTSSAR
Eliphlet Tomlinson
Thank You for the memorial transfer.

Yours in Patriotism,
WWW.vtssar.org
Added by VTSSAR on Jan 27, 2015 6:35 PM
GariochGraver
Gartly War Memorial
Hello
Just to say I've added the Gartly War Memorial to the WarMemorialsOnline website.
GariochGraver.
Added by GariochGraver on Dec 04, 2014 10:45 AM
Debbie J.
Jedidah Flewelling
Transcription on lower headstone: A real daughter of the revolution: Her Father Capt. Abram Tyler and her Grandfather Col. Abraham Tyler. Aide to Washington Served from Bunker Hill to Yorktown.
Added by Debbie J. on Aug 24, 2014 6:39 PM
Suzannah McCuen
Thank you
Thank you for your message of support. May I return the favor? Thank you for honoring so many with your work on Find a Grave. Would that all Find a Grave contributors kept their focus on honoring those who've gone before rather than on behaving like playground tattletales and bullies. As my Aunt Jo liked to remind us when people around us became absurd...."this, too, shall pass."
Added by Suzannah McCuen on Jun 29, 2014 2:45 PM
Apollymi
Meimn Brendess
According to the gentleman who added her death certificate, it is highly unlikely that she is buried in that cemetery as it is 75 miles away from where she died and unlikely in 1905 that her parents would have buried her that far away. It is more likely that Hebrew Cemetery was a general term like Catholic cemetery and she is probably buried in Haverhill. I suggest you check the following Jewish cemetery in Haverhill and ask them if she is buried there.

http://www.jcam.org/
Added by Apollymi on Jun 07, 2014 7:06 PM
 

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