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|Susan Nelson||Abigail Walcott/Wolcott Whitcomb #35425893|
Good afternoon! I have been working on findagrave.com biographies for members of my Whitcomb and Walcott families. I also have an extensive tree at ancestry.com. After writing the biographies for today (don't we all wish we had more time?), I decided to check the links for accuracy and noticed that you have linked a memorial that you created for Abigail Walcott/Wolcott Whitcomb just one year after her memorial was created by another member as memorial #35425893. Would you mind straightening this out with the member who created memorial #35425393? This pertains to my family members, and I would like to get the rather complex links cleaned up for all of us who care about these families. I know this is likely unwelcome news. But I want to thank you very much for all that you do here; I know that it is a labor of love for all concerned. If it makes you feel any better, I have also put up a duplicate memorial when my search did not turn up any memorial for a particular ancestor; so, I know that it's painful to have someone leave a message about it. Just thought you'd like to know! Blessings always, Susan
|Leslie Kramer||John Brittan|
I think John Brittan is my grandfather's brother. The dates seem to match Do you know anything more about him. He was born in London in 1888 to Deborah Alexander Brittan and Abraham Brittan.
Came to US before 1900 because I located the family as recorded on the US 1900 census. He was 11 years old in 1900..He is also buried in Roxbury Mutual Society/Netherlands cemetery. I don't know anything more about him
|pdunipace||RE: Mabel Clark Lawson|
Thanks for the correction. Pat
|Amos ||Mildred Lea GESMER at Knights of Liberty Cemetery|
Thanks to your fantastic work of documenting the Knights of Liberty Cemetery, in Woburn, I have found a number of formerly missing cousins. You have helped solve a number of where-are-they mysteries, which is greatly appreciated.
Would you have an exact location of Mildred Lea GESMER's grave at the Knights of Liberty Cemetery, which you photographed in 2012? A family member has been unsuccessful in locating Mildred Lea therein.
Added by Amos on May 16, 2014 12:26 PM
|KParn||George & Annie Silver|
I am writing to let you know that I found two more Silvers buried at Maplewood cemetery in Boscawen, NH recently, and I have listed memorials for both on the Find-A-Grave site
They are as follows:
George Henry Silver (1855-1858) Find A Grave memorial # 128244573
Annie Francis Silver 1867-1868) Find A Grave memorial # 128244280
Their parents and siblings are buried at Beaver Dam cemetery in Webster, NH ,which used to be a part of Boscawen. regards,Ken
Added by KParn on Apr 20, 2014 9:05 AM
|Daystcat||120894528 Edward Jesse|
He is now linked to his parents. Thanks for making the connections.
Added by Daystcat on Mar 30, 2014 9:11 PM
|Daystcat||RE: Silvers in OSC Cemetery|
You're welcome.It's especially helpful when I get tips and corrections from family historians/genealogists like yourself, especially when headstones have disappeared or can't be easily read. I think all the Silver's in Old South Cemetery are on Find A Grave now! Thanks so much.
Added by Daystcat on Mar 28, 2014 5:15 PM
|Daystcat||Jesse Silver 120893821|
Thanks to calling the Silver's to my attention. Yes, Eliza's husband Jesse is buried at OSC. I just corrected his birthdate. I photographed all the stones that were legible on the Silver lot, if I remember correctly there was one that had crumbled to marble dust. The 1914 survey of the cemetery recorded the writing on the stones and his said he died at "Aged 42 years."
Added by Daystcat on Mar 28, 2014 3:57 PM
|Igor Sch||RE: Gussie London|
Thank you for your great work!
By the way, have you worked with Ohel Jacob in Woburn before?
Added by Igor Sch on Mar 25, 2014 9:23 AM
|P.K. Magruder||John & Anna Orsment|
Messed up place of death - too used to picking Shirley. It should be Harvard so I sent another correction.
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