|Allen Perkins (#47066791)|
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I currently am retired in The Villages, Florida with my wife, Sandra (Chandler). Sandy and I both were born and grew up in the Boston, MA area. We then spent 20 years in the US Air Force, traveling all over. |
I have been working on my Family Tree for going on 40 years. Most of our family is from the New England area and into Canada (Quebec and the Eastern Provinces).
***I have a NEW tree on Ancestry.com (APerkins Big Tree) under apgentree. This tree is synchronized to my Family Tree Maker file off- line, so it should now have all my current information.***
I am trying to get most of our relatives on Find-A-Grave. If I can be of help to anyone, please feel free to contact me about mutual ancestors. I also appreciate any corrections to my memorials or pictures of any of my ancestors that you would be willing to share. Thanks.
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|Phd||RE: Manoah Hurd|
Your welcome. Could you link his parents? F Trustram #47593228 and Hannah #47593414.
Added by Phd on Dec 14, 2013 5:43 AM
|Abe Sibley||RE: Manoah Hurd|
Go ahead and use. It has been used by a number of other people already. This picture was quite a find for me. It was passed down through the Thomas Hurd family, my second great grandfather, who was Manoah's brother.
|Christine Smith||Edward Mitchell|
Thank you for making the links to Edward Mitchell's parents. I got about a dozen copies of the SAC I sent you, I hope that didn't happen on your end as well. If it did, I apologize, don't know how that happened.
Thank you, Chris S
|Meg Reid||Manoah Hurd|
Hello! Hoping you can help us. Manoah is my 3rd great grandfather. I have his death certificate which has his place of burial as Union Cematary in Brockton, MA where he was living at the time. (28 Boucher Ave to be precise, which later had a street name change to Hillcrest in 1916, and was still in our family as late as 2000 when Russell Hurd died).
The question.. there is no Union Cematary in Brockton but there is the one in Carver where everyone else in my family is buried. Unfortunately, I am now on the west coast and my Uncle Gerry who I research with is in Florida. Neither of us can go to Union and confirm.
Do you have confirmation, i.e. personal knowledge or photo, to confirm that Manoah is buried in Carver?
Thank you so much for any assistance in this little mystery!
Added by Meg Reid on Sep 02, 2013 9:48 PM
|ditdit||James L Smith, Sr|
Yes you may use the photo. Thanks for asking.
Added by ditdit on Sep 05, 2012 4:04 PM
|Susan Buce||Photos of Henry K.W. Perkins|
I am a historian in The Dalles, Oregon, and next year, March 22, 2013 is the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Wascopam Methodist Mission by Rev. Henry K.W. Perkins and Rev. Daniel Lee. This was the beginning of our town, and is a significant historic event in this region. I am wondering if you are aware of any photos or drawings of Henry Perkins that might exist? I've got one of Lee, but I've not been able to find any of Perkins. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Mindy Adamson-Wahl||Rufus Westgate|
I was wondering if you have any more information on Rufus Westgate?? Especially, interested in an obit or death record.
Thank you so much for all your hard work and the memorial you did for him and his parents and the pictures. Love it thank you
|Peggy D.||Harriet Ames Atwood Stringer|
I was wondering if you might have a larger picture? The picture of her gravestone is so small on here and hard to read the dates.
Also, does anyone know why the name Snell is at the bottom of her gravestone. I think that is what it says.
She was the wife of Ephraim E. Stringer 1864-1927
Thank you Peggy
Added by Peggy D. on Jan 30, 2012 6:54 PM
|Susan Buce||Rev. Henry K. W. Perkins|
I left a photo on your memorial for Rev. Henry K.W. Perkins. He has left a lasting legacy in The Dalles, Oregon, where he served as one of the original Methodist missionaries to establish the Wascopam Mission. His name is on a plaque embedded in Pulpit Rock, still standing in The Dalles. For some history of The Dalles, you can visit www.historicthedalles.org. We don't have any photos of Perkins, but details of his life here are recorded in the book "People of The Dalles" by Robert Boyd.
Allen: Hopestill Bisbee is my 6th grandfather, and I am still living on a Bisbee Family Farm in Rochester, Ma. I will check out your online family tree with interest. If there is anything I can do in Plymouth Cty. area feel free to contact me.
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