|Bruce Filgate (#47011624)|
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|We are volunteers for the Boylston Historical Society, working with the Boylston Cemetery Association to map, photograph, and link the graves in the town of Boylston to preserve the genealogical heritage of the town.|
Additionally we are researching our own extended families and linking them on findagrave.com as we go.
Many times when we are working in some of the cemeteries we have leftover time and will photograph and create memorials for individuals pertaining to neither of the above endeavors and would welcome transfer requests from family for those individuals.
At present we cannot transfer Boylston memorials as we continue a multi-year effort to edit and complete their documentation with the Boylston Historical Society. We would greatly welcome information contribution to this effort!!
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|Barb Destromp||Dolly Kibby|
The Hunting name was found on her death record.. .. The death record showed she was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Joseph Hunting and she died on the same date date that is on the stone.
A Search on Ancestry show Sally Pierce was born about 1793 but died on April 6 1833.
Dolly Hunting be a second wife?
I found the death record for a Sally Sanderson wife of Jacob whom did died on April 6, 1833 in St Johnsbury VT.. She is suppose to be buried in St Johnsbury Center Cemetery. (I added this record to Jacob's memorial for other to see)..I think there is confusion of Dolly and Sally on Ancestry.
Sally's memorial in St Johnsbury is added to Find A Grave, it's 47358550. I also added her death card there..
|Betty Allaire||Gilbert Richard|
I looked up Richard Gilbert on the Forest Lawn database he is listed on it but there is no date of birth or date of death. Richard Gilbert is listed as laid to rest in the same niche as Annie Gilbert.
Glad to be of help,
|Barbara LeClaire||Milton Cheney|
Vermont v/r has his birth as 5 Aug 1865, registered in Danville, Caledonia County, Vermont by J C Fuller, Danville town clerk
There is an image of the Danville town clerk record at
When he filled out paperwork as/for County supervisor he used different dates that match his headstone. I have added your information but not changed mine. You will understand the death date came from both cemetery records but also obituary(the picture)It is possible he changed the information for whatever reason as birth certificates were not issued at that time.
Thank you, sincerely Barbara
|Wendi Muto||Rojas update|
I have entered the information you wanted me to for Vicki Rojas. Would you like a transfer? If so, let me know through the edit button with your id# so I will see it faster. She is of no relation to me. Just happy to add the memorials of the cemetery so others might find her.
|phappy||RE: status update??|
Yes, I am still on findagrave. I has been awhile.
Added by phappy on Mar 06, 2014 3:49 PM
|Connie Lagasse Russell||Astbury|
I've linked the parents as requested..thanks Bruce for the information and thanks for all you do in Find a grave...Connie
|Pam Miller||Luther Brigham and wives|
Thanks, Bruce, for your very prompt reply to my request. Figured there might be too much snow to tromp through a graveyard. I really appreciate your efforts.
|Barb Destromp||William Strobridge|
I have corrected the typo, thanks for letting me know.. :)
Have a great day!
|Anne ||Henry Wallace linking|
Already beat you to it.;)
Also added their son that is buried with them.
Added by Anne on Jan 26, 2014 5:29 PM
|Anne ||Charles Balch, Lyndon Center|
Sorry there was no date on the stone to answer your question.
If it means anything there is a listing in NEKG North Star Newspaper that agrees with the May 31 1865 (small pox) date.
Added by Anne on Jan 22, 2014 9:16 PM
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