|Ginny Gage (#47155589)|
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|Robert Larkin Bartlett||Nathaniel Bartlett|
Thanks, so much, Ginny, for your help.
|Robert Larkin Bartlett||Nathaniel Bartlett B:1755 D;1838|
Thank you for the picture of Nathaniel Bartlett's grave stone, however there is some obstruction of the lower part. Can you tell me what it says? Is there any reference to Revolutionary War service?
Robert L. (Bob) Bartlett
|sibyl gines||RE: Joshua Gage.|
Thanks I'll go with what that also then. Now my really big thing is, oh yes, Ann Augusta Gage Reed Merrill is my great grandmother. Now back to the big thing, I see where people put 19 January 1870 for Elias P. Gage's death date, when he is found on the federal census in Burns, Allegany, New York with his daughter, Jane (Lydia) Mccaslin and granddaughter Mary Mccaslin, he is listed as 74 years of age which would put him at 1796 for birth. This family has had many puzzles.
I would be happy to take over the stewardship of the Yatsevitch graves.
Margaret (Daisy) Yatsevitch
|sibyl gines||Joshua Gage.|
I am a distant relative of Joshua and have been doing some research and I'm wondering if you can help me. I'm a bit confused by the different birth and death dates.
New York Town Clerks' Registers of Men who served in the Civil War. Gives date of Birth: 5 April 1832. It also have 'died' 23 July 1863.
War Department Q.M.C Form 14 Revised 1928
Interment in the Soldiers Home, D.C. National Cemetery, lists name, rank, Co., Reg., Arm. It has date of death as July 30, 1863 (Could this be interment date), and grave no. 2410.
U.S. 'Burial' Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960 for Joshua Gage: Gives name, Rank, Regiment, date of death, and grave No. They also list July 30, 1863, (I believe this to be the date of interment since it's a burial register) grave No 2410.
Do you think this could be possible? I would appreciate your thoughts.
|Jim Easom||grave pictures|
Ginny, thank-you very much for the grave stone pictures for Bert Huggins and Mary Kenney in Child Cemetery in Cornish City, NH. I appreciate it.
|Marlene Martocchio||Child Cemetery Cornish NH|
Hello. I am related to the Nelsons buried here. Curtis Sullivan Nelson is my 2nd ggrandfather. He is buried with Mary Metcalf Nelson and Oscar Nelson. I see that you have recently made a trip there to photo the headstone for Harry James/Betsey Emerson. Thank you for that. On more than one occasion I have tried to contact the cemetery office but have gotten no results. I am two hours away in MA. Is there anyone ever there such as a groundskeeper or employee who could gain access to the internment cards? I would like Curtis' and Mary's at least. All the Nelson's buried in Child Cem listed on the FindAGrave site as of this date are related. Any assistance you can provide would greatly be appreciated. Thank you. Regards, Marlene.
|Donna Blair||Child Cemetery|
Ginny, thanks so much for filling my 2 photo requests for Harry & Rose (Emerson) Nelson. Much appreciated!
I can not express what these pictures mean to me. Thank you for taking the time to take them. Thank you again.
|AuntieJ||RE: Asa Keniston, Tilton, NH|
I'm pretty sure he's not a direct ancestor of mine. Several of us are contributing to the memorials at Park in Tilton, trying to put some more identity to the information on the veterans' graves.
Thank you for making the additions!
Added by AuntieJ on Sep 06, 2013 9:20 AM
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