|nancy robison (#47058011)|
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|Family genealogist. Just doing memorials for my direct lineage currently.|
My memorials will change as I update info. Copy at your own risk. What is on them now, may be different tomorrow. IF I find something is wrong, I correct it. If you find something incorrect, please let me know.
Thanks to my sisters, also Karon Dunafin, Chris Yoder and Valarie Bunn, for attaching photos for me.
I am currently trying to get all the family members connected on Find A Grave.
Descendent of John Leader, Edward Garfield. Thomas Seamans, Thomas Touchette, Lewis Jones, John "The Puritan" Bridge, Nicholas Danforth, Joseph Carder, Matthew Herington, Wm Hunter, John "The Progenitor" Wilson, and Jacques Archambault, etc.
Doing genealogy is a passion. It takes hundreds of hours, thousands of miles, and much patience waiting for that "one" record to show up.
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You can find your local FBI office in the phone book. You can also find help at the Federal Cyber Stalker/Harassment web site online. You can call their 800 number and they will direct you to the closest office.
Do not delete the messages, emails, this is evidence. Ignore the person, althought this may be hard.
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|C.C.Diamond||RE: Westlawn-Hillcrest Vets|
Thank you for answering our request for help identifying vets. If you do remember someone, please let us know so we may add them to the list.
Please let others know of this project sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326. The more people that know about it, the more complete our list will be. We know many that served in the military have no indication of their service on their grave.
Carl and Carolyn Diamond
|Chris Yoder||H F Pullman|
I moved the stone and deleted the dupe. Thanks.
|Cemetery Lady||J.W. Lovejoy|
Nancy, I just wanted to let you know that I deleted my entry for this man because I think he is buried in Salem Cemetery. That is why I'm refusing your edits on him. You might wish to send them to whoever has John W. Lovejoy in Salem Cemetery. Thank you for your input!
|Shirley Welch Summers||RE: Elizabeth Hall Grofton Willson|
Thanks Nancy. I know what you mean with the maiden names especially in Canada. Hopefully the caretaker of Isaac's memorial will get him linked and then she'll have all her children with her. I'm related through my great-grandmother Agnes Manetta Willson. Ephraim Jr (Isaac's half-brother) was her father. I've msde one trip into Ontario and hope to make another one this summer. Happy Hunting! Shirley
|Shirley Welch Summers||Elizabeth Hall Grofton Willson|
Hi Nancy, I was on vacation so apologize for taking so long to get back to you. I have deleted the memorial I created for Elizabeth. I have also requested that her son Isaac be linked to the memorial you created. I didn't realize there was already one created for her. You apparently have her last name listed as "Gofton Willson" so it didn't show up in my search by last name for her. Would it be possible to show her last name as just Willson which is how most people would logically conduct a search for her? You have a record of her marriage to Samuel Gofton in her bio plus she is linked through their children, so that information is readily available to researchers. Thank you. Shirley
|Cemetery Lady||J.W. Lovejoy|
After doing some research on this person, I think they are the same person. Maybe I should delete my entry. The funeral home record says he resided at Cedarville. I've found mistakes on headstones before but never one on a death record.
thanks for the updates.
It would appear that the death record is mistaken--probably the old "1" and "4" problem. I think you'll find him if you look for William A Barrett (Film Number: M549 ROLL 1)...
There were two battles at Deep Bottom:
- The 10th New Hampshire Infantry was organized in Manchester, New Hampshire and mustered in on September 4, 1862. The length of service was for 2 years and 9 months. They were mustered out on the 21st of June, 1865.
- The Battle of First Deep Bottom took place on July 27-29, 1864, as part of the Petersburg Campaign.
- The Battle of Second Deep Bottom took place on August 13-20, 1864.
hope this helps :-)
|Cemetery Lady||J.W. Lovejoy|
Correction Made. Do you know if this is John Wesley Lovejoy, the father of Walter Lovejoy? There is also a John W. Lovejoy buried in Salem Cemetery with dates very close to this man.
|Leatrice Zina||RE: Nancy Morey|
Sorry, I just searched American Ancestors on line, Family Search, and census records, and I cannot find any information on your Nancy Morey. I have no clue who she is. I think she is the wife of James Morey. However, I could not find James on a census record in 1860 or 1870. I cannot find a marriage record.
|Leatrice Zina||RE: William Morey|
I don't know who is the Nancy Morey that died 5-4-1852 in Wilmot. Below are the Morey deaths that I found in the log book between 1852 and 1859:
Wilmot New Hampshire Book 1852-1859, deaths:
Nancy Morey, age 21, res. Wilmot, d. 5-4-1852
Betsey Morey, age 6, res. Wilmot, d. Feb. 25, 1852
Polly Morey, age 63, Farmer, d. 4-5-1850? in Salisbury.
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