Emeline Hummel Wenzell was born 1825 in Prussia.
Shewas married to Benjamin Wenzell b. 1817.
Added by clk on Oct 07, 2013 10:37 AM
Thank you for the transfer. He isn't close kin of mine, but I think he needs looking into as he represents a link between the Reading Parkers and the Chelmsford/Groton Parkers.
|Laurie S Tokarsky||Samuel Tarbell|
Thank You so much for the kindness that you have given me, Samuel Tarbell. WOW, I am sure grateful to you!!!
Please watch his Memorial page, as there's a bit about him !!
Thank You so much for the transfer !!!!
Sincerely Your Friend, Laurie #47375347
|Linda and William S.||RE: William Longworth|
Okay...all we saw were John and Hannah; we did not see either of the "William"s there. We walked the entire cemetery at least twice, so I don't think we missed it. Perhaps William's grave is buried, or missing.
|Linda and William S.||Longworth Family at Portland Cem.|
Do you happen to know if John Longworth had a son by the name of William Longworth?
There was a photo request for William at Portland Cemetery but we were there today and didn't find any gravestone for William Longworth.
Excellent photos! Joel Lawrence was my one missing link back to the 1600's. No documentation makes you feel better than that of photos. All confirming what you have thus far assembled. I am so thankful you were able to discover his whereabouts for certain.
His 3rd wife died in Charlestown, N.H. and I will soon have a photo of her monument.
I do thank you again for your work.
Added by Bob on Nov 20, 2012 3:45 PM
|Helen ||Peter Parker b.1719|
Are you a descendant of the Peter Parker b.1719? I think he is the brother of my Ann Parker.
Added by Helen on Nov 02, 2012 9:09 AM
|Helen ||Memorial for Peter Parker|
Are you a descendant of Peter and Mary Parker? I linked Mary's memorial to Peter. I am a descendant of Mary and her 2nd husband.
Added by Helen on Nov 02, 2012 8:52 AM
|Jessica Gorman||Dorlisky Pratt Photo Request|
I have been attempting to fulfill your photo request for Dorlisky Pratt. I have referred to a survey that was done in 1997 which does not list her grave. I have also been to the cemetery, and while I have not walked the entire cemetery, I have checked the family plot. There is no stone bearing her name, but there is one at the foot of her husband's grave that simply reads "Mother". While I would be willing to bet that it is hers, I cannot say definitively that it is. I would be happy to send you pictures of both the family plot and the stone. I would rather not add it to her memorial until there is some proof that it is hers.
Thank you for the wonderful pictures of the headstone. It is amazing the details of headstone are so stunning after all this time. Thank you again for taking the time to fill my request.
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