|Nate Bramlett (#46874243)|
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Retired from the U.S. Navy (submarines. Got interested in FindAGrave when on vacation and had problems locating ancestors' graves and didn't have time to do a lot of research.|
Feel free to use any pics for your use, if want transfer, just ask, and I'll consider.
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|James Moore||Ebenezer Thomas|
According to "Norwich Vital Records" page 510*, Chloe Thomas (# 89523729) died on 28 June 1789. Her husband, Ebenezer, remarried on 9 May 1790, and he died on 9 April 1808. Therefore, she was not the wife of this Ebenezer Thomas.
Ebenezer Thomas (# 54942577) was born 30 Sept. 1703 in Duxbury and died in his 67th year on 16 Oct. 1774. His first wife was Hannah (Haskins) Thomas. She was born at Taunton,MA in 1710 and died at Norwich, CT 2 July 1747. They had nine children. His married his second wife,Deborah (Hyde or Hide) Thomas on 5 Sept 1748*. She was the mother of Clarina & Simeon.
*Norwich Vital Records can be downloaded free at:
|Bonnie Kies||John Fisk|
Thank You Mr. Bramlett for your service and for the Photo of young John Fisk. Wanted you to know I added the Photo to my family tree (ancestry). Thank You So Much. Bonnie :)
...for the John Reynolds monument. Warmest regards--Stan
This appears to be the same James Sanborn, who (according to the member trees on Ancestry) was born in 1590 in Brimpton, Berkshire, England and died in 1630 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He was the son of William Sanborn and was married to Ann.
Added by DADickey on Dec 04, 2015 5:05 PM
Lydia Lothrop should be Lathrop b 1688
Added by Barb S on Nov 18, 2015 6:25 PM
|Leslie Lewis||Samuel Wilson transfer|
Thank you so much! You made my day!!
|HWA||Modena Burns -- Find-a-Grave|
That was a surprise! For a little while, I was hoping the newspaper was wrong, and that Modena actually had survived the flu epidemic, since she appeared in the 1920 census. However, I dug deeper and found a death record for her in the District of Columbia, Select Deaths and Burials, 1840-1964. She is listed under "Wilma Evangeline Burns" but it is clearly Modena (this is an index-only reference, so we cannot see the actual record, and I believe the "Wilma' is a transcription error. The entry lists her as born in NH in 1889 (which corresponds with many other records), and died October 11, 1918 (which corresponds with the "died last Friday" of the article posted with her memorial.) I have no idea why she's in the 1920 census, except that possibly one of her children opened the door to the census taker, and thought he/she was asking for the names of the family, rather than who was presently alive in the house. If you can find any other record of her after 1918, I would appreciate you passing it on to me. Many thanks.
Added by HWA on Oct 15, 2015 3:50 PM
|Marcia Gifford||RE: Henry Bramlett|
It has been a long time since this message - sorry I haven't been aware. My line is through a sister of Austin - L. A. (or Lousan, Louisana, etc). I have a Bible record that says she died in 1910, but not sure where or where she is buried. I would appreciate any thing you might have about her. Thanks so much.
Marcia Frady Gifford
|MissKitty||John Dodge (1689-1776) gravestone photo|
Thank you for the lovely photo of members of the Dodge family! It is so nice to have at least one image to connect to these distant ancestors! -Ro
|CSA||49944450 James S. Edwards|
I've submitted an edit for birth and death dates on James Edwards...I did obtain this information from the RI death index at the State Archive in Providence. Date of death 5 Feb 1920 79y 8mo 5d.
Is James your ancestor? His father was Smith Edwards and grandfather is Rev War vet Thomas Edwards!
Added by CSA on Sep 05, 2015 9:03 PM
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