|Jan Franco (#46625834)|
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If you are new to findagrave, I suggest you read "frequently asked questions" carefully before making entries or requests.|
Since I get a huge volume of requests, please make it easier for me to add biographical information, relationship links, or corrections by going to the page you want linked or corrected and click on "edit." Your info will be emailed directly to me and I can click on the link. If I get the email I will make changes, but generally I don't have time to email you. Please double check dates and info; if multiple items are misspelled or have typos, I am inclined to believe the other material may also be erroneous.
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|Cecil Deming||Grave Memorial# 24865091|
Hepzebah Webster my 4th great mother's birth is
3 Nov 1763 and her death is 18 March 1832. I
could provide fact but don't know how.
Connecticut Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscription and Newspapers - Hepzebah Webster 1763-1832.
|Della Coen Yocum Lipe||Caleb Wheeler|
Thank you for the transfer.
|Rebecca Dodds||Lieut Samuel Brown|
Jan, Thanks so much for accepting the parental connection request for Samuel. And thanks for creating, maintaining and sharing all your memorials with the Findagrave community- it's much appreciated.
|Pamela Poulin||Moses Terrel, died 1783|
Moses Terrel, b ca Jan 1783 [SHRamsdell: 1782], d April 15, 1783.
3rd child of Irijah & Hannah (Buckingham) Terrel
|Pamela Poulin||Irijah Leverett Terrel|
Irijah Leverett Terrel b 1792, bapt. Nov 11, 1792, d Nov 6, 1829
[SHR: no marriage found and no heirs known to the relatives]
7th child of Irijah & Hannah (Buckingham) Terrel
|Pamela Poulin||Abijah Buckingham Terrel|
"Abijah Buckingham Terrel, b ca 1780, bapt. Dec 2, 1787, d June 6, 1825 [SHR: no marriage found and no heirs known to the relatives.]"
Second child of Irijah & Hannah Terrel
Grave Stone Inscription:
“Also / In Memory of Abijah B. Terrel / who was lost at sea / June 6 1825 aged 45 yrs”
Shared grave stone with brother Irijah Terrel, son of Irijah & Hannah Terrel
A genealogy dated March 24, 1927 and entitled ”Estate of Sarah H.(née Terrel) Ramsdell: Summary of Her Genealogy,” obtained from the Connecticut Historical Society, in Hartford, CT. Ramsdell died intestate; every living relative received $27.45 "
More info on Irijah Terrel and Hannah (Buckingham) Terrel from Ramsdell:
Irijah Terrel, b. at Waterbury [Naugatuck section of Waterbury] 13 May 1750, d. Naugatuck, 27 May 1824, Naugatuck, CT ‘age 74’ [grave stone, white marble]; was eldest son of Moses Terrel (1724-1783) and Susanna (Barnes) Terrel (1745-1794). Their brownstone gravestones are also in the Naugatuck Old Burying Ground (aka Oak St Cemetery).
Irijah Terrel owned a Tavern, purchased from “Brown,“ [by Irijah's grandfather, Josiah Terrel, bapt Milford, 18 Aug 1695, d Waterbury [Naugatuck], CT, 27 Sept 1767 [72 yrs]
Tavern still standing as a dwelling place on Maple Street, Naugatuck. Irijah m at Waterbury [Naugatuck, CT], 4 June 1778, Hannah Buckingham (b 1760, [see Ramsdell Estate: 1759] Milford, CT [where Roger Terrel settled after arriving in Boston in 1632 (1616-1682/83)]; Hannah d 26 Jan 1813 [1815?] ‘age 53’(GS), Naugatuck, CT, daughter of Abijah Buckingham of Milford, CT and Hannah Byington, b 1736, d 21 Feb 1788.
article, “The Terrill Family of Connecticut” (various spellings) by the preëminent genealogist, Donald Lines Jacobus appearing in The American Genealogist, Vol. 25, No. 49: 37-54
|Pamela Poulin||Alma Terrel, daughter of Irijah & Hannah Terrel|
VIth Child. Susanna Terrel, born Feb 21, 1790, bapt. Feb 21, 1790, died Aug 21, 1799.
A genealogy dated March 24, 1927 and entitled ”Estate of Sarah H. Ramsdell: Summary of Her Genealogy,” obtained from the Connecticut Historical Society, in Hartford, CT,
Best, Pamela Poulin
Thanks so much for the speedy transfer. I really appreciate it!
Added by djd25 on Aug 09, 2016 6:59 AM
|Patty Murphy||Victoria L Mead|
Hi Jan, I just went to the St Peter's Cemetery, Danbury Conn and cleaned and groomed my Cousin, Victoria L Mead's grave stone. If you could send your email address, I will send you a copy of the new pic.
Thank you so much,
Thank for the transfer of my 4th ggfather's memorial. I posted some of what I know about him to share, very grateful!
Added by Whitney on Aug 07, 2016 4:16 PM
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