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I have been tracing my family for more than 30 years and love helping others with their family research. I am willing to transfer ownership to direct family members of any memorials I have transcribed. I hope it helps someone as well as preserves their ancestors gravesites before they are lost to time.|
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|Rose (Sibley) Eddy||RE: Orrin and Emma Moulton|
Thank you for your kind explanation.
Does that make us 3rd cousins?
|Deborah Rudy||Ruth Leach Field|
Done! Between the St Albans marriage record and the death record for son Francis, it is proven enough for me! :)
Let me know if you ever figure out which Leech in Minot is her father...
I may be in South Paris in August looking up other distant relatives and might have to drop over to Minot.
|Deborah Rudy||Ruth Field|
Hi, Can you give me the source for the requested edit for her maiden name? I've looked on ancestry.com and other sources to link Ruth to the Leeches/Leaches who came to St Albans from Minot (per her birthplace on her death certificate) but have found no conclusive data.
A Ruth Riggs married John Leech/Leach, the parents of brothers Elijah/John-who both moved to St Albans from Minot. But tho it appears very likely that Ruth Field was Ruth Leech, given her place of birth and first name, I can (as yet) find no hard evidence. Thanks.
Thank you so much for the transfers of Mary and Samuel Small.
Thanks but I think I will just link to yours as it seems kinda duplicitous to have 2. Again, you have been most helpful - TY
Added by Eliz on May 25, 2015 5:31 AM
|Eliz||Frances W, cenotaphs|
Cool! I have seen cenotaphs, but didn't know the official term for them. My great-uncle has one on his parents stone, but died in WWII and is buried in Hawaii... I will upload Frances' tombstone photo to your page & delete my duplicate, if you don't mind updating his burial location on yours? Thanks much for your help
Added by Eliz on May 24, 2015 5:16 AM
|Eliz||Francis Woodbridge, born 1875|
Francis is buried at Pine Grove Cemetery in Falmouth with his wife & son. His parents' tombstone at forest Hill cemetery in Augusta is a bit misleading b/c it says Here are remembered their other children ... Including Francis. He has 2 memorial pages as a result - please advise. Thank you. :)
Added by Eliz on May 23, 2015 7:26 PM
PM Smith - Thank-You so much for the picture of the headstones for Dr. Cyrus Briggs and Louisa Briggs.
Thank you so much for this photo!! I knew once I could see a photo I would see it says her husband was George P (not F) I am pretty sure we just located my 4GGrandma. Thank you for your time!!
Added by SherryK on May 03, 2015 7:59 AM
Thanks so much for the transfer.
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