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This site has been such a great help in my family research. I have added my family info in hopes that it may help others.|
I am researching the following families: Strouhal and McClendon settled in Texas and the Newcity(Villeneuve), Twombly, Kidder, Grow, Brown families settled in the northeast in Vermont, NH, Mass, Ohio etc. Also researching the White family (Miss.) from my Uncle James L White.
Let me know if you see anything that needs correcting or if you have additional info.
Have a nice day....
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|Lodi1961||RE: Mary & John Rus Headstones|
Thank you. It was my Pleasure. You are welcome to use the pictures, I am glad you appreciate them. Enjoy. Hopefully I can help you again sometime.
Added by Lodi1961 on Jun 13, 2013 7:26 PM
|Wayne Coleman||Brown Family|
The Brown who was an accuser who had my 8th. grandmother hanged was William Brown, born 1622, died 1706 in Salisbury, Mass. He had Susannah (North) Martin, born 1621, died 1692 hanged as a witch. Both the Browns and the Martins had children. 5 generations later, the descendants married into the same families. My 3rd. Grandmother, Mercy Martin, was the 5th granddaughter of Susannah (North) Martin and she married my 3rd. grandfather, John Brown (1798 -1872) of Bradford, Vermont who was a descendant of William Brown, the accuser. So, it is a true statement that my 8th. grandfather had my 8th. grandmother hanged as a witch. That much I know.
I am trying to find information on what happened to my great, great uncles and aunts who were the products of that marriage between Mercy Martin and John Brown and the town of Bradford is trying to keep me from doing that. They told me at first that there were no records and when I asked to drive up there to look myself, they told me that the record's department was too small to allow anyone access as it was piled too high with records.
I wrote to you just to ask if you experienced similar problems when dealing with the town of Bradford in regards to your Brown progenitors.
It is maddening! :)
Ever you ever had the experience in dealing with the people at the Bradford Town Hall in regards to finding any information on the Browns?
I don't know what to make of it. I have been told to go to a man by the name of Larry Coffin and to make a donation at the library in order to get info. It just seems maddeningly unnecessary to me to go through that ordeal.
I am wondering whether they are trying to cover up the witch trial events involving the Browns and the Martins. Yes, my 8th, grandfather had my 8th. grandmother hanged as a witch. I am aware of it. It seems to be overly covered up at that Town Hall or, is it just my imagination?
|H. Harmych||Your welcome!!!|
of course you can use the pic, anytime!
|Lois Harriman||RE: Rebekah Powers|
Yes, you may use the photo in any way that you wish. I'm glad that I could help.
|Ruth||RE: Kenneth & Mary Twombly Headstones|
I don't mind at all if you use the photos. Good luck with your projects.
Added by Ruth on May 05, 2013 4:00 PM
|Sue||RE: Edwin & Margaret Durose Headstone Picture|
You are very welcome to use the picture. Sue
Added by Sue on May 02, 2013 7:07 AM
|Anne Cady||RE: Grow Cemetery Photos|
Yes, you have my permission to use the photos. Thanks for asking.
|AuntieJ||Ruth McDuffee Brown|
I'm so glad you found Ruth's page. I've been working at getting the older stones in that cemetery photographed. As you can see, the elements have taken a toll.
Photo credit should read: "Picture was taken by Find A Grave contributor #47536069 and is used here with permission."
Thanks so much for being in touch!
Added by AuntieJ on Apr 12, 2013 6:53 AM
|Jack Parry||RE: Oliver L Kidder Memorial 106014391|
You will probably laugh, but when my wife and I entered this cemetery, we sectioned it off to look for the stone, and believe it or not, it was the very last stone we looked at. It was a 45 mile round trip for us, and the wind was really blowing, but I really enjoy it when we find something someone else is looking for. For what it's worth, there were stones to the left and right that appear to be of the same family...
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