|Robert Kessell (#46868258)|
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Hello. I am currently searching the Bump, Way, Kessell, Grundy, Brokenshire, Parker, Nelson, and more families. They are from all over the country, but most of the people are from Connecticut, Massachusetts area. As well as my own research, I am going to many of my area cemeteries and taking photos of the stones in them and posting the memorials. If there is a memorial of your relative and you have info that you would like on it, please contact me and I would be more than happy to enter the info for you, or I would be more than happy to transfer the memorial to you if you would like. Thank you and I hope this work that I am doing is of some help to someone else, as that is why I am doing it. Note: I DO NOT ADD OBITUARIES TO ANY MEMORIAL UNLESS IT IS IN ACCORD WITH THE GUIDELINES SET BY FIND A GRAVE!|
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|Joan Ellis Pulis||Severance in Claremont|
Thank you for the transfer of some of the Severance memorials in the pleasant street cemetery. If you could transfer the rest I will update the information and links on them. When completed I can transfer them to Randy Severance.
|Donna Blair||Big thanks|
Thank you so much for transferring Sarah & Cedric Rock's memorials to me today! I've added what I can to them, for now, and will continue to maintain them.
|Randy Severance||Transfer Ownership of Memorials|
I am working on the genealogy for the Severance line in centeral New Hampshire. Several of the Severance Graves in Pleasent Street Cemetery, Claremont are "owned" by you and have had headstone pictures added. I request that you transfer control of these memorials to me so that I can edit the data as I find and add stones.
If you own any Severance memorials in the NH towns of Hillsboro, Henniker, Hopkinton, or others in centeral NH, you can transfer those as well.
|Cerelle Bolon||Benjamin Butler 50286903|
I think that Benjamin was the son of Samuel Butler (1708-1795)who was a Minute Man in the American Revolution and Mary Wright Butler (1708-1750).
If this is the correct person, Benjamin was born 12 Feb 1740 in Pelham, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.
Sadly, he died young on 31 Aug 1751 in Pelham, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.
Thank you for creating a memorial for him.
|Carl Nord||Fountain Hill- Berdensey|
I tired to locate the grave today with no luck
If you can find out what section he is in I will photograph for you
|Laura||Perhams in Acworth|
I just realized you have my relatives. Would you be so kind as to forward them to me. Let me know what you need.
Added by Laura on Sep 16, 2012 11:49 PM
|Lisa Davis||Daughter Dickinson|
I found a newspaper article from Feb 26 1890 that says Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Dickinson buried their youngest child Saturday. It died of scarlet fever.
do you think that this may be the "daughter dickinson" that you listed with unknown dates?
The article was listed under West Swanzey in the NH Sentinel.
Thank you for the work you are doing. I just found this gravestone of a distant family member and it helped me add to my family tree.
|L. Moore||RE: Martha Dodge/Martha Moore|
Thank you for your kind response to my reply about Martha Dodge Moore. I appreciate your offer to help. I do not wish to be an imposition, but as I have exhausted many attempts in trying to locate the burial place of this ancestor, I am greatful for any assistance you might give.
Added by L. Moore on Aug 15, 2012 4:51 PM
|L. Moore||Martha Dodge/Martha Moore|
I see that you made a memorial page for a Martha Dodge who had no grave marker photo and no dates recorded. There is also a memorial page for a Martha Moore with no grave marker photo and no dates recorded. I am searching for the grave of a relative I believe to have died in NH in 1831 by the name of Martha Dodge-Moore. Do you have any way of telling if these two memorial/grave entries were possibly for one grave even though two names?
Added by L. Moore on Aug 13, 2012 7:50 PM
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