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Ritter (Kansas & Pennsylvania)
Williston (MA, Kansas, ME)
Tull (IN, Kansas)
Neal (OH, PA)
I've photographed the cemeteries of:
Old Burial - Essex
Union Cem. - Manchester
Rosedale Cem. - Manchester
Old Burial Ground - Manchester
Highland Annex - Ipswich
Pleasant Grove - Manchester
Notre Dame Cem - Ipswich
Old South Cem - Ipswich
Spring Street - Essex
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|Anna Goodwin||Judith Andrews|
For grave # 92321677. Judith Andrews.
Kate, thank you for making this memorial for my ancestor. You have the birth date as 1795 where if the math is done correctly, the birth date is 1785.The grave has "78 years old"
If you could please correct this, I would be grateful.
Thank you. Anna V. Goodwin
|Bill Barnsley||RE: Judith Bradley|
Yes, I've seen that transcription and it is in error. As Judith's maiden name is "Haskell", it would be unlikely that her father's name was "Bradley" and her mother's maiden name "Haskell". The transcriber mistakenly mixed her father's first name of William with her husband's father's last name of Bradley.
I have copies of the hand written marriage records for them supporting William H Haskell as her father and Sarah Bray as her mother and would gladly send them to you. Just email me and I will do so.
Thank you again.
|Bill Barnsley||RE: Judith Bradley|
Thank you for the link. It bring up no documents. I have Judith's marriage record to Edwin Bradley and it does list her parents as William H Haskell and Sarah Ann. Thank you so much.
|Douglas Story||transfer requests|
Hi Could you please transfer my great grandfathers grave to me.
Larkin W. Story # 80930077
Ann Allen # 80930033 my great great grandmother
Hannah Tewksbury # 80929817 my great great great grandmother.
They are all buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Manchester, Mass.
Douglas G. Story
member # 48607163
|Barry Gates||Doris (Calder) Burgess|
I left Edward A. and John R. untouched, but I think my photo here is a smidge better. If you disagree, let me know and I'll delete mine? thx. --barry
|Barry Gates||Gordon Frederick Burgess|
Ditto his brother. I added the stone front to those listed on the back. See Wesley Robert Burgess (new), to see my terrible back picture. I only added that to Wesley and Robert "Ben". Shudder. Feel free to reorder these, or take a better revised back. Drop me an email about any photos you want deleted. --barry (off on vacation tomorrow, back soon)
|Barry Gates||Robert A. Burgess 23071554|
Hi Kate. I posted a similar photo to yours here. If you like I'll take mine back down. Let me know.
After telling you that I was descended from the Tull family of Somerset Co., MD, I decided to try to verify what others had told me. This is the same line as Handy Tull. The Wills are on Ancestry. After reading the Will of Thomas Davis who married Elizabeth Tull, dtr of Thomas Tull, (that can be established from the Wills), I don't see my Ancestor listed (Susannah Davis). There is one name I can't read which may be a nickname for her - looks like Shelly - but I need to keep looking for clarifying documents. There's another flaw in the theory, too, which I won't go in to. But this is the way it goes with genealogy!
Added by Julia M. on Jun 13, 2016 6:59 AM
|Julia M.||RE: Maria Tull edit|
Actually, several siblings in my Maddox family married siblings of John Blankenship. I was working on those lines yesterday, especially since John Blankenship then his son James (married a Maddox) owned the Mill which later became Wilson Mill in Jennings Co., IN. There is a cemetery across the road from the Mill where my g-g-g-g-grandfather, Dan Maddox, is buried.
But I am directly descended from a Tull family in Somerset Co., MD. I wondered if Maria's husband was part of that line.
Added by Julia M. on Jun 12, 2016 6:25 PM
|M.Larrivee||Barbara Anderson and Adelard Danjou|
Hi Kate....would it be possible to transfer 88307200 and 95806596, they are my great aunt and uncle. Brother and sister-in-law to my grandparents. Also, I would like to thank you for all the hard work you do.
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