|Linda Mac (#47062703)|
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Past President of the Mount Vernon Genealogical Society (www.mvgenealogy.org) & author of New Copies of Old Records from Hebron CT, 1708-1875 (Heritage Books, 2011) & various articles on New England genealogy.I have transcribed Litchfield County, CT cemeteries from the Hale Collection because I'm looking for 18th Century collateral ancestors in our Birge, Fox, Hatch, Holcomb, Hindman, Hunt, Noble, Peck, Thompson, Wilcox, & Willson lines. If you are related to other families in these cemeteries, let me know & I will transfer ownership of memorials with your surnames to you so you can add information and links. I have many other Connecticut ancestors in central Connecticut cemeteries, where I will also transfer memorials unrelated to our family.Most of my Connecticut memorials are copied from the Hale Collection, which transcribed all Connecticut tombstones during the Depression. The transcription is not error-free, but Hale was able to read things then which are no longer legible today.The New Hampshire entries are all from Colonial Gravestone Inscriptions in the State of NH, by Mrs. Charles Goss (1942). None are close relations of mine, so if you want to make additions or corrections, please just request a transfer.When contacting me about a specific memorial, PLEASE do so from the Edit:Corrections & Queries tab on the memorial itself. This makes it SO much easier for me to respond quickly & accurately.|
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|Jim & Linda Alcott Maples||Sarah Cushman Gibbs, wife of John|
Just curious: Does the tombstone have her maiden name? I descend from Sarah and John Gibbs through their daughter, Lois who married Calvin Bill about 1667 in New London Co., Ct.
Thanks for all you have added to Find a Grave.
My Daniel Allcox/Alcox (now family uses Alcott) was buried in Colebrook, CT 1805; however his resting place was disturbed when they flooded that area. Was well before Hale crawled around here an there in CT enumerating cemeteries. What a wonderful contribution he made.
I used Daniel Alcox to gain membership in the DAR, AL Society. He was living in either Waterbury or Farmington (that doesn't look right so guess I'd better refresh my memory by checking my DAR papers) when he became a Lt. in the CT militia and later supplied money for clothing or helped to collect money for supplies. He served at Peekskill, NY and from what I understand the CT militia was sent there to bring British PsOW back to CT.
Linda Alcott Maples in AL
On Jane's page it says she died in Barbados but her death info says Jamaica. Do you know which it is?
17 December 1659 in Jamaica or Barbados
Added by Tonip on Aug 26, 2016 7:27 AM
|C Nye||Findagrave #|
1st Wife Marshall is #36585467
Added by C Nye on Aug 25, 2016 9:59 AM
|C Nye||1st Wife Marshall|
I am creating a family tree on Ancestry.com. Recent hints for Thomas Marshall have him marrying Lidia Angrom on 17 Aug 1627. I believe Lidia would be "1st wife Marshall". Also many sources have Thomas Marshall's birth date as 1587 rather than 1602. The source of Lidia's name and marriage date is "Lincolnshire, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records; Lincolnshire-Register of Marriages, 1538-1837 (Marriage). I hope this is helpful.
Added by C Nye on Aug 25, 2016 9:56 AM
|Judith Lee Howard Shea||Lemuel Smith 2 memorials|
For Lemuel Smith, there seem to be 2 memorials. Your name is on both, so I'm writing to you. Do you think they could be condensed into one? One memorial is more complete than the other. They have different numbers. He died in 1759. That will make it easy to find both. It's in the Riverside Cemetery in Sterling, CT.
Judith Lee Howard Shea
Your memorial to my mother is a duplicate of one I created. Thank you for creating it but
I'm afraid that having two memorials will create some confusion. I have already added photos and a bio to mine. Thanks.
Added by Marie on Aug 18, 2016 6:25 AM
|Tonip||Ruth Lee (Mousall) Wood|
"Alise Mousall, widow of Ralph Mousall" died Charlestown 1677. I'm working on this family today and find the findagrave memorials to them don't work for the dates given. I'm going to include you in my long winded thought process in a private email that I'm sending to others involved in this family.
Added by Tonip on Aug 11, 2016 7:58 AM
|Don Blauvelt||Request for transfer|
Have sent you an request for transfer through the edit tab regarding the 1st wife of George Allen the Sandwich, Mass. settler, # 38545444.
Would appreciate acting on the request.
|JAW||Transfer memorial 75265557|
Joseph Antoine Arseneau ( 75265557 ) is my great Uncle, his wife is buried in RI and they never had any children. I was a pallbearer at his funeral. I have become the family historian and am try to connect all members via find A Grave and ancestry. Would it be possible for you to transfer his memorial to me so that I can easily add bio info etc.
Added by JAW on Aug 03, 2016 7:24 AM
|Don Blauvelt||Requests for transfer|
Have sent individual edit requests for transfer of three of my ancestors whose memorials you created:
My ancestor Esther (Swift) Allen 38364853
My ancestor Sarah Swift, 45250845
My ancestor Ralph Allen, 54470420
Would appreciate acting on the requests.
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