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I am working on maintaining Middlesex (Map), Essex (Map) and Suffolk (Map) counties in Massachusetts.|
If any information I enter is incorrect, you wish to add something, or would like a direct relative within four generations transferred just let me know. (per F.A.G. guidelines FAQ79) If requesting a transfer please make sure to say how you are related.
Please use the 'Edit' tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial for any of the above requests. Thank-you.
This is Find A GRAVE. Please do not ask me to link to 'burial unknowns'. I will be more than happy to do so when the location is found. Take a moment to read FAQ146 regarding unknown burials.
In case you do not wish to read FAQ146 it states "Location of body unknown is used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days."
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|Carli Drake||RE: Clother Graveyard|
Street view in Google maps, zoom in, top of hill behind wire fence.
|Westford Veterans Services||Thank you for your msg @ links:|
"Links to other websites or email addresses are not allowed within any memorial."
I used to put links in, but now I put text lines (and am converting the ones I come across). A link is something you can click on and automatically be routed to a new site. A text line doesn't do anything if you click on it.
It saves a lot of time if I have to research that person again on FS.
|sandra mitchell||Regarding George Henry Coolidge|
There were two sons named George Henry Coolidge born to George and Caroline (Rice) Coolidge. The first was born 9 September 1815. It is probably his grave in Cambridge Cemetery. His brother, of the the same name was born 12 August 1817. He might not have been named until after the death of his older brother. The second George Henry died in 1883 according to Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915.
|John Evans||Sarah Keyes|
I got my info on Sarah from a Cemetery survey so there has to be a tombstone for Sarah in Maplewood
|Rick Weaver||RE: John Lewis|
You're Welcome Denise! I applaud you on your huge undertaking with regard to the known/unknown Vets at the Lowell Cemetery. I'd like to help if I could but the only time I get there is on my lunch break as I work in Chelmsford but live west of Manchester NH. I don't get down there much except for work, plus I only go into the office in Chelmsford 3 days a week which would make me very close to Useless!
So, keep up the good work and good luck with your endeavor - it's a BIG ONE! But I'm sure the results will be very satisfying.
|Nancy & Rich Remling||RE: Ruth Nutting, Joseph & Jacob Morse|
Sigh. Just what we need- somebody plopping people anywhere. I'm now wondering about Jacob Morse. He was the son of Joseph and Susannah (Shattuck) Morse. Susanna had remarried to John Fay and by the birthplace of their children was living in Marlborough by that time. I'd also guess that she likely never did get to putting much of a stone for Joseph.
|Nancy & Rich Remling||Ruth Nutting, Joseph & Jacob Morse|
Thanks for letting me know about the problems with these stones. I unfortunately, only have the info from Find A Grave about their burials right now, but will keep researching. Hopefully we can find the answers whether they are actually there or elsewhere with some more research.
|Janet Chambers Worley||RE: Chambers memorials|
My initial request for transfers was amicable. You made this battle. I suppose you don't care for the other creators who granted my requests for transfers.Are they in the wrong?
You owe me an apology for that unbelievable nasty crack you made about Cecil!
|John McNally||RE: Ayer's in Gloucester|
Hello Denise I do have access to most of the cemetery records in Gloucester. I live in Gloucester in the summer months then return home in late September. If you have names and dates of other family members, I would be more than happy to research them for you. I will be happy to transfer MGMT of all Ayers for your keeping. I do these postings to keep the brain actively challenged.
|John McNally||Ayer's in Gloucester|
Hello Denise I am in the process of posting all the burials, recorded in the Gloucester archives, at Cherry Hill Gloucester. As I have no kin in Gloucester I am posting just so the data will be available for others. If this is your family, why don't I transfer MGMT to you. I will also try to post the pictures of the makers and Stones, as I have taken pictures of the entire cemetery. Keep posting. John McNally
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