|Chris Enright Snyder (#46910196)|
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Researching and documenting my family history and that of my husband's for 35 years. |
I am recording our local Maplewood Cemetery, but it's taking time, as you can imagine. My son recorded Weeks' Cemetery for his Eagle project here in our town also.
Glad for edits, corrections, additional info.
You may use my photos without asking permission. No problem at all. Have a blessed day!
Ode to Maplewood Cemetery
By Emily C.A. Snyder, 2014:
There’s a stone by my front porch
Shaded by the maple bough
That asks one simple question:
Not who or when – but “Howe?”
Who lies beneath this marker?
When did he pass away?
Was this a him or her—
Or a family of “they?”
What was the man’s profession?
If only someone knew--?
But that is now a “Howe,”
And here’s no hint of “Who.”
What joys, perchance, were hers
That she savoured in her Then,
But How will neither speak of Whom
Much less to answer: “When.”
And whom did this Howe love?
Did she accept his solemn vow?
What wars disturbed their slumber,
As their name disturbs me now?
Stranger graves than this
Have laid their secrets bare
Disclosing who and when—
And better yet still!—Where.
“Why” is often hid from me
Although I sometimes guess
And whisper my conjecture
Over those who’ve gone to rest.
But I am restless, I am restless,
I can’t unknit my brow:
As I look out to the Maplewood
And wonder: “Howe, Howe, Howe!”
So here’s what I will do
(And they can’t stop me anyhow!):
I shall say that they were happy
And it doesn’t matter Howe.
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|Verano1||RE: Jenni Rice|
Thanks. No, not a relative. Just a collector of vintage photos. When I find one that has an identification that I can verify, I'll add it to this site. Thanks again. Regards,
Added by Verano1 on Nov 26, 2014 1:50 PM
|nancy Van Schoiack||Seymour/Seymore Family|
Lewis's first wife was Margaret and his second wife was Jane Alice Maud Sturdee Blanchard Bumstead Seymore. She ma. Lewis in 1906. She was my great grandmother as she was the mother of my grandmother Jessie Blanchard. Jessie ma. Geo.W. Rapp. In Oregon City in 1889 where Jennie brought her to him and left to go back to Boston. Her first ma. was to Adrian M. Blanchard possibly ma. either in St. Stephens,N.B. or Calais Me. Second ma. to Lewis Bumstead in 1889. Third to Seymour. Glad to finally find their burial place.Thank you.
Nancy Van Schoiack, Oregon
|Roby||Cheney Family -Maplewood Cemetery|
I sent you an email. Subject Cheney Family Plot in Maplewood Cemetery, Marlborough,MA Thank you Roby
Added by Roby on Aug 11, 2014 8:36 PM
|Roby||Myrtle Howe Pratt Cheney|
I am the connect to Myrtle Howe Pratt Cheney's last spouse William G. Cheney. I am wondering if you could help me? I have entered William into find a grave. I will connect him to Myrtle.
Would you mind if I wrote you an email? Thanks
Added by Roby on Aug 11, 2014 7:38 PM
|Eliza||George E. A. Gage|
Oh! I just saw the message that you left on my profile. I will re-submit a grave photo request. Please remove the photo that you put there of the cemetery entrance. Thanks!
Added by Eliza on Aug 11, 2014 1:51 PM
|Eliza||George E. A. Gage - Maplewood Cemetery|
Thank you for attempting to fulfill my photo request for George Gage at Maplewood Cemetery in Marlborough. What you posted, however, is a photo of the cemetery itself. Is that an error? I don't mean to sound ungrateful, but if this is the only photo that you have for George's grave, will you please remove it from his profile? I don't need another copy of the cemetery photo; I'm seeking a photo of the actual grave site. Thanks!
Added by Eliza on Aug 11, 2014 1:46 PM
|Mark Parmenter||Ebbridge & Cora Parmenter|
Thank you for the information you posted about my Grandfather and Grandmother. It was greatly appreciated and a pleasure to read about your research and project. I have been to weeks cemetery many times over the years. As a native of Hudson Mass I spent many hours hunting and fishing in this area. Parmenter Road is nearby where my Grandfather was born.
Mark A. Parmenter
|SueK||Maria and David Brown|
Thank you so much for posting this info about Maria Bell and her family. She was my great great great grandmother. The other David Brown there is her father-in-law.
Your info has been extremely helpful for me. thank you
Added by SueK on Jun 11, 2014 7:38 AM
I would like to thank you for the seven transfers you did for me, but unfortunately, while doing more extensive research on this lineage of my family, they have become non-relatives/non-ancestors. In fairness to you, I am transferring them back to you. You worked too hard not to have them back.
|Wendi Bevitt||John Hale Howe|
Chris, are you related to John Howe? I have a pic of him (used by permission of the Osage County Kansas Historical Society) on my facebook page that you might enjoy seeing. https://www.facebook.com/OsageCountySleepingHeroes
He is labeled in one of the GAR pictures:)
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