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David G. Woodward (#47088212)
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Leslie MITCHELL Smith
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 52964901
David,

Here is most of the inscription on the headstone for Thomas Walker GLENN. I can't read the years. I have requested a closer look from a volunteer nearby to try to read the years.

THOMAS W
GLENN
Apr 20 1866
AGED
?Yr 11Ms.11d

Hopefully that will help.
Leslie Smith
Added by Leslie MITCHELL Smith on Feb 04, 2014 11:46 AM
Twila Cowan
RE: Transfer of Joseph Hughes
Wow was I thrilled to have your message. Joseph Hughes very special because his farm was sold to my immigrant Scottish gt.gt. grandparents in 1860's. Joseph was also brother to my ancestor Mary Hughes.


Two things I noticed. First your trying to relate Franklin county, PA with Westmoreland co. Many of the early settlers especially English came through Franklin co. and then a few years later-10 years maybe they are in Westmoreland co.. Land too rugged , mountains and inadequate land for farming, etc. so they went West.

Looking at age of Sussannah Grosvenor she married Joseph Hughes when she was young marrying about 1827, was probably babout right.
H===========================-
Added by Twila Cowan on Jan 13, 2014 10:53 AM
Twila Cowan
RE: Transfer of Joseph Hughes
Wow was I thrilled to have your message. Joseph Hughes very special because his farm was sold to my immigrant Scottish gt.gt. grandparents in 1860's. Joseph was also brother to my ancestor Mary Hughes.


Two things I noticed. First your trying to relate Franklin county, PA with Westmoreland co. Many of the early settlers especially English came through Franklin co. and then a few years later-10 years maybe they are in Westmoreland co.. Land too rugged , mountains and inadequate land for farming, etc. so they went West.

Looking at age of Sussannah Grosvenor she married Joseph Hughes when she was young marrying about 1827, was probably babout right.
H===========================-
Added by Twila Cowan on Jan 13, 2014 3:02 AM
KC
RE: FAG _ Peter Hobart
Hi David,
I just sent her a message, hopefully she will delete it soon from the Hingham Center Cemetery.
Thanks,
Karen
Added by KC on Sep 19, 2013 6:52 PM
KC
RE: Rev. Peter Hobart
Wow that is very cool! You have to come to Hingham and see his church it is just like it was when he was the Rev. The Old Ship Church is very cool very much like the Old North Church. Great history.
Added by KC on Jun 06, 2013 7:45 PM
KC
RE: Rev. Peter Hobart
Hi David,
Yes you are correct. The two cemeteries are only about a 1/2 mile apart. Peter Hobart is very well known, he was the first pastor of The Old Ship Church which is the oldest continuously used church in the USA. Hingham Cemetery has its own website so you can find out more information about Rev. Hobartthere! I hope this information helps you in your search!
Karen
Added by KC on Jun 04, 2013 7:23 PM
brianz190
Use of Photo
Hi David, Your more than welcome to use my photos. Take Care.
Added by brianz190 on May 12, 2013 1:47 PM
Doug Woodhouse
Joseph and Mary Warren
Hi David,
I've been trying to fulfill as many photo requests as I can for Forest Hills Cemetery, since it is practically in my backyard, but the cemetery office will only look up the plot location of two names for free, charging a prohibitively high fee of $15 for every two names after the first two. Since the Cemetery grounds cover almost 300 acres, we really need to know the specific plot location to have any chance at all of finding it. I do know, however, that by calling the Forest Hills Cemetery office during business hours (617.524.0128) or by sending them an email (info@foresthillscemetery.com) other people have been able to get the plot locations for free. If you find out the plot location, I'll be happy to photograph the headstone for you the next time I'm there. If you edit your photo request with this information other photo volunteers will be able to access it as well. Finding out what Path or Avenue they're on would be most helpful.
Thanks,
Doug
Added by Doug Woodhouse on Mar 19, 2013 7:53 AM
On angels wings
RE: Dayton Cemetery
Yes, If you would, that would be great. I appreciate all your efforts. Thank you.
Added by On angels wings on Jan 31, 2013 9:55 AM
Donna Mullen McCaffery
RE: Photo of Eleazer Woodward
You are so welcome. I am sorry I could not get a better photo.
Added by Donna Mullen McCaffery on Nov 12, 2012 11:53 PM
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