|Alan Lathrop (#47101383)|
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Born 1955 in Middlebury's Porter Hospital and always lived in Bristol VT. I have genealogies of many of our families in Chittenden and Addison County. My wife, Denise Grace is also from two doors away. Two teenage sons, Jonathan and Jacob. Don't be afraid to ask me to turn over any of the memorials. You are welcome to use my pictures but photo credits would be nice. I am happy to transfer anyone not related to me so that they can go to someone that knows them. Also, a lot of my photos are not great so let me know if you want another try I will see what I can do. I will also delete any pictures if you let me know that you put a better one on. I will not delete all grave pics to make room for family pics.|
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✔ PLEASE NOTE!!! Find a Grave does not require that I search the entire Find a Grave system globally, only the individual cemeteries in which I am adding to. If you create a memorial and it is listed as Burial Unknown or is listed in the wrong cemetery, then I am not going to find it before I create a memorial in the correct cemetery. Please do not move your Burial Unknown into the correct cemetery based on the information you found from my memorial & then demand that I delete my duplicate. I do check the cemetery listing prior to my addition and will know if any have been placed there after mine. As per Find a Grave, memorials listed in the correct cemetery (regardless of the memorial being created later) will always have preference over Unknown Burials. Memorials listed in the incorrect cemetery also fall under the category of an Unknown Burial because the burial place was obviously unknown if the person is listed in the wrong cemetery. For further information on this, please refer to how Find a Grave handles duplicate memorials. I do also make mistakes but this is find a grave site not add an obituary.
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|Slowweb||RE: Addie Heath|
You wrote, "I did not change her name because that is the way it is on the stone and Find A Grave does not have a way to list it both ways. I have done them and someone else enters them back under the stone name." I understand. If anybody knows who they're looking for, they won't have any trouble finding her. Thank you for the offer to transfer, but I don't really have anything to add. It just seems to me that the pages look better with linkage, so if I can suggest one I do. Lately I've been running into quite a few relatives who were buried under their nicknames. I think my great aunt changed her mind about 7 times, and finally settled on one she liked :)
Added by Slowweb on Mar 03, 2014 11:14 AM
|Janet Muff||RE: Charlie Bowker|
Wow! That was fast Alan. You must be up early and I'm up very late (4:15 AM). Going to bed now.
Thanks for the link,
Mary H shows up in the 1880 census at age 12, so she is definitely the daughter of Carolyn Boardman. I wonder if that first name is supposed to be Marianne. But seems to have gone by Helen. Interesting to hear about Dr. Bosworth, who was this David's grandson. Not sure you know the connection to William Miller, the guy who thought the world would end in the 1840s. He was this David's uncle, and my ancestor's also. Both David and my ancestor are listed in the William Miller chapel as founding members.
Added by CarolynA on Feb 04, 2014 8:16 AM
|CarolynA||RE: David Bosworth|
Right, I see the death record for Melina in Waterbury in 1864 now, but there is also a burial record in Bristol for Greenwood Cemetery, 1864. It is in family search, and you'll also find it at the Bristol TC. Thanks for connecting Wm to David and Melina too. The other child was Alice b 1844, mrd an Isaac Roseman
Added by CarolynA on Feb 03, 2014 8:43 PM
|Nancy Eliason Walker||RE: Bickfords|
No Problem...hope I didn't sound crabby...I just noticed there were two and mentioned it. Nancy
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photo of Ephraim Munson|
I really appreciate your help. And in January, too. Wow!
|Darrell B Guay||RE: H tombstone|
At first when I saw the Harriet Baldwin, there were two of them, I got her stone feeling funny, was this the one. it was one of them, I hadn't completed the family tree imput on this one you sent to me, but I did need her also, she is from another generation, but its nice, thankyou, I have just recently like this week to go further into the Baldwin part of the tree, always had trouble with it, but after experience doing it, it is a lot easier now, thankyou-- Darrell
|Darrell B Guay||H tombstone|
these are from the Israel and Harriet Bostwick Baldwin family, have not done the whole family with there children and will put them in my tree accordingly, thankyou very much for these pictures, will get the whole family straighten out this week, thanks, Darrell
|Darrell B Guay||On Eliza tombstone|
I want to thank you very much for this picture of Eliza, she is on my mothers grandmother's side, my mom was a bacon and her grandmother was a Cora Bell Baldwin, I am very strong of where my Parents came from, and learning on this very much now. The story's I am learning of the books and the memorials is incredible. My Mom's father's side had people on General George Washington's military staff, it makes you proud of where you came from, so thankyou- Darrell from Maine.
Thanks, Alan, I would like to have my mother-in-law. I don't know if you read in the Free Press, but my mother passed away on Christmas Day in Indiana, but will not be buried in Charlotte until the spring. Are there really people that dump obituaries onto Find a Grave? That doesn't seem right. We hit 4 degrees yesterday, with a wind chill of 10 below, but on Saturday we are expecting 64 degrees. Go figure. Thanks again, Alan for all your contributions, Judy
Added by jburritt on Jan 08, 2014 8:06 PM
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