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Pat (#48149079)
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Added by Irma on Oct 22, 2014 7:13 AM
Old Lyme Cem
Hi Pat-I saw your message to someone asking for the photo of Oliver & Lillian Roberts, listed in the Old Lyme Cem, which does not exist. Someone created the cem before they even thought to do any research first. Oliver & Lillian Roberts are actually buried in the Lyme Congregational Church cem, on the corner of Rt 156 and Sterling City Rd in Lyme CT. In findagrave, its called the North Lyme Cemetery.
Oliver & Lillian Roberts are already listed in the correct cemetery, along with a photo. I'm going to ask the listing person to delete their entry. I'm trying to clean up this mess, and ask 19 listers to get rid of their listings, so that I can have findagrave delete the cem. Thanks, irma
Added by Irma on Oct 21, 2014 12:53 PM
Monica Primus
Thank You
Pat, thank you so very much for the photos of my cousin's late husband's headstone.
Added by Monica Primus on Oct 19, 2014 1:32 AM
Linda Rabineau
RE: Kinney

Thank you for everything you have done. I did reach out to Mark Grantham over a month ago and he has yet to reply.
So armed with this information now, I think it is time to approach him again.

Linda ;-)
Added by Linda Rabineau on Oct 15, 2014 5:57 PM
Linda Rabineau
RE: William Keeney

Yet again.....THANK YOU! :-)
I have that information down and pretty much need to go back farther. I and a few others have been stuck at Freeman's father and mother. That initial picture of William's grave and his 4 wives is something new that has never been seen by us as of yet. Some of the historians suggest that Freeman came from New London CT. We do know that he was residing in Washington Co., NY before moving to Sparta Twp where he and William (his brother) both finally put down permanent roots.
I have started to compile a Keeney/Kinney tree putting all known CT and NY Kinney's together in an Ancestry tree and have been able to tie many of them into the initial family that came to America from England with over 1600 on them listed I know I am now where close to the end of this search.

Added by Linda Rabineau on Oct 15, 2014 5:34 PM
Linda Rabineau
RE: William Keeney

Thank you, thank you, thank you! That information is really appreciated. Unfortunately I live way too far away in PA but there is a woman in CT that I have been speaking with trying to find Wm and Freeman's father also. She is but 5 miles from Lyme CT and told me that if I get a pretty good lead she will do some leg work for me.
I hope your informaton will be a great temptation to do this for me!

Added by Linda Rabineau on Oct 15, 2014 5:24 PM
Linda Rabineau
William Keeney

Thank you so much for your help with getting the additional photos and the information that you have shared with the photos. I have been trying SO hard to find out what his wives maiden names might have been.
I am hoping for the possibility that he may have been the father of William and Freeman Kinney that eventually moved to Sparta Twp. Crawford Co., PA.
Freeman is my 4th Great Grandfather.


Linda R.
Added by Linda Rabineau on Oct 15, 2014 4:12 PM
Jim Gardner
Pat, thanks for the photos, appreciate your work.

All the Best, Jim
Added by Jim Gardner on Aug 19, 2014 8:27 PM
Jim Gardner
Thanks Pat , Appreciate your wor

Added by Jim Gardner on Aug 19, 2014 8:20 PM
Jim Gardner
Pat thank you very much, your work is appreciated.
All the Best, Jim
Added by Jim Gardner on Aug 19, 2014 8:07 PM
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