I am Amy Hammack I lived in Maple Valley, Washington. I have four children and love them all. I am posting graves stone in hopes to help others and to connect with lost family members. I am into my family research and I have been working on it for sometime now.
Francis Tracy Also looking for a Francis Tracy I found the one noted in the previous message and this one nearby. Hope this helps. Too old for the one I was looking for. I hope you work on getting them merged. Good Luck!
Francis Tracy Grave Hello, I just saw your request for a photo of the stone of Francis Tracy (1717-1784) in the Old Terryville Cemetery. That cemetery opened in the 1830s so Francis must be somewhere else. I looked at my list of all Plymouth burials and cannot find him there either. That is only a list of known stones though so he could be there but without a stone. The only cemetery in town where he could be is the old cemetery behind the Congregational Church in Plymouth or the old cemetery in Thomaston (which was part of Plymouth until 1878). Terryville is a village of Plymouth and Thomaston was a village of Plymouth. Hope this helps. Doug Moylan
Hammack Enterprise I am transferring Enterprise Cem. to another contributor and thought you might like to have the Hammacks there. Hope it ok to transfer these to you. I like to keep them, in family care if possible. Charlie
Daniel Hammack Daniel in lostine cemetery. The marker is not original. The caretakers there are in the process of marking the unmarked graves and this stone was added about a month ago. Thought you might want to make a note of that on his memorial. Looks like you are doing a fine job. Keep in touch. Charlie
Hammack Transfers All you need to do is create beautiful memorials for these Pioneers of my community. They have been transfered to where they belong with their family. On the Children of Hammack do you know how many was buried there ? Have Fun Charlie
Hammack Amy Thank you it is good to hear from you. Would you like to have the Hammacks transfered to you so you can update them. I am sure you could do a much better job of it since they are in your family. I an sure I will run across some more of these as I search the old cemeteries around here. Charlie