|David Allen Lambert (#46539084)|
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Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass. Long time genealogist, historian, and author of "A Guide to Cemeteries in Massachusetts" (Boston, Mass., NEHGS, 2002, 2009). Listing all known cemeteries in Massachusetts. Go to www.americanancestors.org for details.|
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|Merrie-Anne||Ralph E. & mother Bertha E Pooler|
Hi David, I see that you have a couple of the brothers & Alice his wife, I just called the church Trinity, I have to call them back tomorrow, Ralp use to be a Sexton at the church, he died in 4/1979.
We are trying to find where he is buried and his mother. Maybe you might know, they lived at 890 Washington St. in Stoughton Mass. Thank you if you are also able to help!
|Ron Guilmette||Kilburn R. Clifford|
I am doing research on the Massachusetts State Police which was established in 1865. Kilburn R. Clifford was appointed as a state police constable in 1873 through 1875. I would like to use his photo for this project.
MA State Police Museum
|Merrie-Anne||Vernie Edmund Pooler|
His brother is Malcolm Theodore Pooler 1905 -1983, can you put his sibling on the info? I am working with the family, & am trying to tie has much as I can to join them all. Thank you Merrie-Anne Santore
|pstott||Nathaniel Henry Crafts, Memorial #114188279|
Dear David Lambert -
I have long been interested in the lives of waterworks engineers and was pleased to see you had located the grave of Nathaniel Henry Crafts, one of Boston's most prominent water works engineers.
If you have no personal interest in Crafts, would you be willing to transfer him to me?
Added by pstott on Jan 04, 2016 12:53 PM
|Lynn Cichon Ferris||Alice Poore Little 111190780|
Thank you for contacting me. Life has been a little busy for me and I have not have time to research my family lately. As you can see, this memorial, it was transferred to me. The information you have provided is greatly appreciated. Before honoring your request, I need some additional time to do a little research Specially, my DNA. I will get back to you ASAP.
|Kathy D||HYMOFF/Memorial # 95166029|
Do I have your permission to download the headstone photograph for Joseph and Frances Hymoff. Proper credit will be given, of course.
Most of my maternal relatives are buried in one section or another of the Pride of Brockton Cemetery. Do you know if there is a list available which details the names of those interred in the cemetery? I live in Houston.
Last, do you want me to request permission to download your photographs each and every time I find one that would be appropriate for my family tree on Ancestry.com.
Kathy Waldman Dupree
Added by Kathy D on Oct 15, 2015 2:29 PM
HI, TRYING FIND HEADSTONE OF THE EDWARDS FAMILY IN HARWOOD CEMENTRY, MY RELATIVE MURIEL B WILLIAMSON-EDWARDS AND DANIEL GEORGE HENRY EDWARDS FAMILY ALSO BEN MANNINGS
|Troy K. Crabtree||Ben Crabtree|
I was wondering if you could let me know where the photo of Ben Crabtree either comes form or resides? I am a Crabtree relative from Maine (he was born on North Haven). Many thanks,
|khabarovsk||Billings Graves in Stoughton|
Thank you so much for the photographic survey of Evergreen Cemetery. I found a grave you photographed listed on Ancestry and lo-and-behold your work will link to the work I've been doing for the past three years. I'll pay it forward by contributing some more photography in Boston.
|Dorothy Smith||Lemuel Smith b 13 March 1768|
born in Stoughton, Norfolk co., Ma/ s/o Asahel Smith and Sarah Badlam.
Lemuel married Martha Patty Withington d/o John Withington and Desire Liscom.
Lemuel did walk in the winter barefoot back to Stoughton, Ma.
He and Patty had at least 3 children with my husbands ancestor Luther b 13 Dec 1799 Stoughton Ma
This is in the Stoughton and the Canton history books and I have the Canton I have both copies of those books.
I have this family back to Richard Smith 1425 in England d 1526 in London m Ursula goulding
I traced them back from John Smith b 1587 in Norwich, England d 1674 Boston his son Richard was b 1612.
John was a quarter master of the troop of Suffolk regiment and he was at one time in Roxbury, Ma where he married again
He had 3 sons that came with him; Robert b 1612,
Richard b abt 1613
and John b abt 1614.
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