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Kathy B (#46953209)
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I've been working on my family tree for several years now. The family names I'm working on are Withington, Ward, Garner, Hardcastle, Ross, Grieve, Rohlman, Lally, Joyce, Connell, Franey, Lyons & Rogers.....also my husband's family...Brown, Kunelius, Baker, Fisher & Gay. Please feel free to contact me for more information or copies of any of my gravestone photos.
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Dorothy Smith
William Wheeler
William Wheeler b 9 Jan 1693 in Concord, Ma d July 16, 1773 in Canton, Norfolk co., Ma.
Abigail Hartwell Wheeler b 27 Nov 1695 m 10 Dec 1716 d 16 Oct 1727 Canton, Ma. they had Abigail.
He married 2nd Sarah Stearns b 15 Jan 1687 married May 21,1729. dau of Samuel and Phoebe Stearns (Waite)William and Sarah had William Wheeler Jr b 24 June 1737 in Stoughton, Ma and died 31 March 1823 in Canton, Norfolk co. Ma
They are all buried in the Canton Corner Cemetery on Washington street in Canton, Ma.
This cemetery is at the corner of Washington and Randolph st. they are in the area near the stone wall that seperates it from the church and the old Elliot School.
I know because all of my family including a son and my sister are buried there in the newer part.
Added by Dorothy Smith on Jul 12, 2015 1:51 PM
Dorothy Smith
I have the Withington and subfamilies all from Massachusetts especially Canton and Stoughton.
Added by Dorothy Smith on Jun 29, 2015 2:15 PM
Dorothy Smith
William Wheeler
According to the Canton History Book William Wheeler was one of the English tenants to receive an Indian Deed of 100 acres on west side of the now Dedham Road. back then it was Wheeler road.
The Indian deed was from the Ponkapoag Plantation Massachusetts Indians also known as the Praying Indians
He was born in 1693 and his first wife was Abigail. Nothing more on her. He then married May 21, 1729 Sarah d/o Samuel and Phebe Stearns of Canton.
He died July 16, 1773 age 80 and buried in the
Canton Cemetery..
I am originally born and raised in Canton, Ma in 1931 and I do not remember any Wheelers when I was in School.
Added by Dorothy Smith on Jun 29, 2015 2:11 PM
Jack Parker
Westwood Cemetery
You did a nice job on this cemetery. I had some time to kill and visited, took a couple of dozen photos where the sun was nice - you've already got nice photos and memorials for most of them.

Jack Parker
Added by Jack Parker on May 30, 2015 3:59 PM
Cynthia Brown
I was walking thru the cemetery looking for Hannah and Collin Brown which I haven't found yet but came across Cynthia Brown and posted the photo on her memorial site. She's in with other Pendeltons but no Hannah at this time.
Added by Vicha on May 29, 2015 3:36 PM
Trink J.
RE: Mary Paul Clap Bird
Hi, Kathy, Thanks much; I have done so. And thanks for all you do for Find a Grave; it's a terrific website!! Best, Trink J.
Added by Trink J. on Apr 13, 2015 4:11 PM
Linda Frazier Meredith
RE: Henry & Susan Steece
Kathy, You are welcome so glad the information was useful.

Added by Linda Frazier Meredith on Feb 08, 2015 4:07 PM
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Thank you for all the work you have done to make this site a wealth of information.
I am working on the Sherman side of my family on Can I have your permission to use the picture and information about William Sherman 1692 - 1741
Thank you, CRC
Added by CathyC on Feb 05, 2015 2:27 PM
Linda Rogers
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Hi Kathy,

Thank you for all the pictures that you post of grave markers!!

I have an ancestor that you have posted pictures for. I am requesting your permission to use them in my genealogy database and a possible book (years from now) that will be given to family members. I would credit you as having taken the pictures.

His name is Deacon Thomas Hayward and he is buried in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

Thanks again,

Linda Rogers
Added by Linda Rogers on Feb 02, 2015 9:58 PM
Stan Arnold
Thanks very much, Kathy, for transferring the Ezekiel and Susanna Fisher memorials. I will be working on them today.
Added by Stan Arnold on Jan 25, 2015 11:04 AM
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