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|Donna McCrary||Lewis Mink|
I have been trying for over thirty years to find proof as to who the parents of Lewis born abt 1823 are.
Lewis Mink was my 3rd great-grandfather. Ellen Rachel Mink Hanly Young the daughter of Lewis Mink was the mother of my grandfather George Young. Benjamin Young was his father.
I was in Rockland (my hometown) this summer and visited with a Joanne Richards who shares the same opinion as you as to who the parents are. I gave her pictures I have of Ellen Rachel Mink and other pictures of women in strange dress nobody seems to be able to identify. She took these to the Old Broad Bay Association.
As I know people who know of you, I tried to send these pictures to you in care of your sister Dorothy Prescott, I believe. However it seems to be delayed in transit according to tracking.
If you have any proof of Lewis Mink's parentage that you would be willing to share, I would be beyond grateful. Also I will gladly share the pictures and any stories etc. that have been passed down thru my family.
Sincerely, Donna McCrary
Great picture, if you find any other of my family of Wotton's, all photos are welcomed.. If you want to email me, I will request photos of graves you find, to give you credit. Thank you so much!
Added by goose on Jul 15, 2016 8:25 AM
|Ruth Sposili||Fort St. George Cemetery|
I have seen that you have an entry for this cemetery. I believe that Rev. Rutherford and also my 6th greatgrandfather, James Little are also buried there. Is there available any info on who was buried there ? I was very saddened to know that General Knox's wife had all the stones removed and destroyed because they ruined her view from the mansion. I have fairly good info that Rutherford is buried there. As for my James Little, he bought land in Broad Bay from Sam Waldo in 1736 and his family was there in 1742(according to a letter he wrote). He served in the French and Indian Wars and died during his service under Capt. Joshua Moody
5/25-9/2/47 probably at St. Georges.(I have this info from Colonial Officers and Soldiers in New England, 1620-1775 Volume Massachusetts Soldiers in the French and Indian Wars, 1744-1755 page:276.) Other primary source documents agree with this info.
|Quietly Resting||Burns @ Harbor Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of the Burns' stones at Harbor Cemetery. I truly appreciate your time and photos were wonderful!
|Doris Wyss||Mercy & Samuel Sumner|
Thank you so much for the very fine photos for Mercy & Samuel. I would like to ask your permission to post the photos on ancestry with photo credit to yourself. Please let me know if this would be okay. Thanks again, Doris
|Pamela Thompson||Gravestone Photo Permission|
I am happy to see that you photographed the gravestone of Lore Alford in Town Cemetery (Memorial# 80724418).
I would like to add this gravestone photo to the (non-profit) Alford American Family Association's collection of Maine Obituaries, where his obituary is (or will be) included. You can see the current collection at http://www.alfordassociation.org/OBITS/MEOBIT.htm.
May I have your permission to include your gravestone photos? If so, the photo caption will say:
Photo from [cemetery name, city, county, state]—www.findagrave.com
Permission granted by the photographer, dlprescott22 [or your name if you prefer]
And thanks so much for your gravestone photo work!
Pamela Alford Thompson (Find A Grave #47195155)
Obituaries Project Manager, Alford American Family Association
|Marie Sprague||Rebecca (Vaughan) Burton|
Rebecca Vaughan died in 1870 not 1865 She was born 7 Mar 1786 in Carver, MA dau of Joseph Vaughan and Hannah. She was listed in the 1870 census as 84 years old.
|Lenny Dodge||Pvt Elbridge H. Dodge|
I just received notice that you fulfilled our request for a photo of Pvt. Elbridge H. Dodge grave stone which I must add were of excellent quality especially the clarity of the photos. Thanks again on behalf of “Dodge Family Association” and myself for taking the time to take these fine pictures.
Thank you very much for taking the Demuth and Smith photos at the Seaview Cemetery.
|Linda Church||James Fuller and sister Mary Jameson|
Thank you so much for adding a copy of the stone that can have its dates read.
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