|Paul Noyes (#46923082)|
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I have had a life-long interest in genealogy and have been actively researching for more than 60 years.|
I grew up in the northern Maine town of Caribou and, after graduation from the University of Maine, enjoyed a 24 year Army career in Aviation and Special Operations.
Betty (LUKE) and I married at Fort Rucker, Alabama and served in Germany, Korea, and at numerous U.S. posts. Additionally, I served in Vietnam and numerous short tours to the Middle East, Central and South America and the Horn of Africa.
Our son, Chris was born during an assignment to Germany and daughter Shari was born during our Korean assignment.
Retiring from the service in 1991; I was then employed in the homebuilding business as General Manager for three homebuilding companies before retiring in 2009.
Anyone may use the photos I have posted at FAG or at my site. Many of them have been provided to me by other people. I acknowledge the actual owners when I post and I ask that you extend the same courtesy if you use the photos yourselves.
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|Georgia Girl||Jas. Attaway Perry ~ #9918644|
Sure ... Mr. Wm. Noyes "Bill" Perry gave me all of his genealogy research several years ago. His brother, William Hillard Perry married Mildred Feely. The Feelys are related on my "maternal side" of my Hunt family. I'm descended from the Putnam/Rogers/Gould/Holyoke & etc. My gr gm., Orvilla Rogers (d/o Lemuel Rogers and Fanny Putnam ... "Find A Grave") m. Dr. Samuel Hape and I'm descended from their daughter, Sarah Catherine "Kate" Hape (all are buried in the Hape lot in Oakland Cemetery.
|Georgia Girl||Jas. Attaway Perry ~ #9918644|
Paul, I've included photo (w/caption) of the home of Jas. Attaway Perry with his family. Buried in Oakland Cemetery is James Alvah Noyes and his wife, Harriet "Hattie" (Huntington) Noyes. What a coincidence to find them buried across from my Hape (for whom Hapeville was given its name) family.
|Nanny ||RE: James & Susanna (Pillsbury) Brickett|
You are most welcome, and I want to thank you for all the work you have done on Find A Grave. I've come across you contributions many times. With Appreciation, Nanny
Added by Nanny on Aug 17, 2016 8:03 AM
|Merf||RE: James Brickett FAG #148366239|
Added by Merf on Aug 13, 2016 12:06 PM
|Carolyn Hildreth||thanks for adding cemetery picture|
Thank You, Paul. I have not been able to be on sight for a while and it was so nice to see.
|Kenneth D. Tyler||Clara (Burcham) Noyes|
You have a photo on her memorial of her husband Samuel's gravestone but not hers. Do you have one? Thanks. Ken Tyler, Oostburg WI
|Pat Welch||Sarah Ann Noyes|
By chance was wondering if you had information on Sarah Ann Noyes (born Feb 1823 in Charleston SC and died 6 Jan 1910 in Augusta Maine). She is the daughter of Henry Noyes and Mary Gill. Sister to Charles Noyes and Adaline Myrick. (you have a grave for Charles and Adaline.
Anyway, my Sarah married Thomas Henry Welch in Oct 1846 in Attleboro and had three sons, Charles Henry, John William and Frederick Augusta. Thomas Welch and Sarah relocated to Augusta Maine in 1860, he signed up for the Civil War in Augusta in 1861 and died at the battle of Fredericksburg in Dec 1863.
Sarah married Thomas Fargo in Augusta Maine in 1864. She and Thomas Fargo divorced in 1873.
She then married Benjamin Ricker in Augusta in 1883. (she was living with Benjamin Ricker in 1880) - census record. She lived with Benjamin Ricker until her death on 6 Jan 1910 in Augusta.
I have her death record and her father was Henry Noyes from Bath Maine, his noted occupation was sea captain.
Sarah Ann Noyes is my great grandfather John William Welch's mother.
Do you have any information you can share on her?
|barbhayes||Stephen Adams and daughter|
Do you know why Stephen died the day after his daughter Judith? 20 Oct 1973 is his dod and the daughter's is 19 Oct. She was only 23.
thanks very much for the timely response, I have submitted to the correct memorial. sorry for the confusion. Greenie
Added by Greenie on Oct 01, 2015 1:25 PM
|Bonnie Willette||Sally Ladd|
Thank you for taking the time to find and photograph the final resting place of my four times great-grandmother, Sally Ladd. In this wonderful day of technology and with the assistance of people like you, I am able to visit her grave without leaving my home. I would otherwise never be able to visit her, and husband Nathaniel's, grave. Thank you, Again, Bonnie
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