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Jacky Gamble (#46940872)
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Ginny Fisher
RE: Richard Cutler Stone
Hi Jackie - Thank you for the pictures. I appreciate your extra work. Ginny Fisher
Added by Ginny Fisher on Aug 16, 2013 3:52 AM
Michael HOWE
RE: Chase/Hoyt
Jacky -

Thanks so much :-)
I found text records of the other Chase burials you mention, and recorded that Ambrose and Mary had a daughter who died as a toddler and was buried beside her grandparents; Minnie is the granddaughter of John and Sarah. George is a son of John and Sarah, and Catherine was his wife, mentioned as "Catherine U." on my records. Photos of their monuments would definitely be appreciated, especially if they happen to add any information of an unexpected sort. I didn't know that John was apparently a Mason.

I am trying to fill in documentation for two generations of my family tree so that there are no holes left in it. It seems I've got John and Sarah pretty well documented. Now if I can learn where John's parents are buried, the last bits will all be sewn neatly together. I believe they'll be buried somewhere in the vicinity of Canaan, NH. Any thoughts? Their basic information:
Ambrose Chase, born 24 Jul 1766 at Amesbury, MA. Married Hannah Hoyt on 7 May 1788 in Hopkinton, NH. He died circa 1803. All I know about Hannah is her name, and that her parents are believed to be Abner Hoyt and Hannah Eastman. It SEEMS Abner was born 25 Jan 1732 at Hampton Falls, Rockingham, NH; and died 22 Oct 1807 at Weare, Hillsboro, NH. His wife, Hannah Eastman was born about 1735 in Salisbury, Essex, MA; and died 19 Feb 1813 at Weare, Hillsboro, NH. Any ideas of where I ought to look for their burials? By Wisconsin standards, New England is a small place; but I don't assume that standards of distance out there are the same as they are here. At any rate, if you've any ideas to share, I'm ready to read you. Thanks!


Michael

Chase/Hoyt
You are very welcome...While I was there, I also found the graves of George & Catherine Chase, Timothy & Katherine (Stewart) Hoyt, Fred & Emma Hoyt, and John W. Hoyt. Are these any relation to you? If so, I am happy to send you those phots, as well. Also, buried next to John & Sarah is Minnie Chase, daughter of Ambrose & Mary Chase, who died on 13 May 1865 at the age of 3Y 3M 22D. Hers is the small grave in the picture next to the others. I have a photo of her grave, too, as I assume she is somehow a part of your genealogy. Again, I am happy to send it to you/upload it to here if you would like.
Added by Michael HOWE on Oct 05, 2010 7:13 PM
Michael HOWE
great appreciation
Jacky -

Thank you SO MUCH for getting me photos for the monuments of my LONG missing ancestors, John Chase and Sarah Hoyt Chase. They're an important part of two missing generations, which I am only recently finding ways to piece together. The photos will be a real help.

^*_*^

Michael Howe
Added by Michael HOWE on Oct 05, 2010 5:56 PM
Team White Sage
RE: Carl Kennison
Hello, Jacky! Sorry it took so long to get this photo for you...we had to search a bit and get the records to locate your Great Grandfather, but we found him! Wondering...are the names Shirley Pickard or Kovacs significant to you? According to the records, they are also in this same plot but only Shirley Pickard is marked. If not, no problem, it was our pleasure to do this for you.
Added by Team White Sage on Apr 16, 2010 9:17 AM
Barb Destromp
Eva Mary Burnham Combs

Hi
Additional information has been added in your behalf.

Thanks
Barb
Added by Barb Destromp on Apr 03, 2010 3:28 AM
 

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