|Darlene Langley (#47124674)|
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A couple of years ago I had a life event that changed my world. During that down time, being a very busy person prior to this, I was going stir crazy. Got online one day typed in my mothers maiden name and was blown away by the response. At the time I thought, well this will be fun for a while. Two years later I am ear lobe deep in genealogy and still loving it. Find a Grave has been a great resource for me as well as pushing me out the door to take pictures. Which I also enjoy very much.|
The family names I am researching are: Coolbroth, Colbath, Coolbrith, Colbreath, Galbraith, Sweetland, Swetland, Sweatland, Pease, Elwell. I welcome any additional information or corrections.
The photo used in my Bio is of my Grandparents: Charles A. Coolbroth Sr. and Elizabeth A. Sweetland Coolbroth.
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Sorry the third sister was Fannie Ransom Joy
|Melissa LeBlanc-Bournes||Mahala Peased|
My name is Missy and I came across your picture of Mahala Pease Sweatland whose mother is Mahala Ransom Pease sister to my 5x great grandmother Sophia Ransom Wotton. I would love to share any information you have on the family in Maine as I hit a roadblock on Sophia and am missing a generation or two. Sophia was born in Connecticut around 1780 and died in Enfield, ME. I'm looking for information on Mahala and Sophia's parents. I'm assuming the family was in Maine by the time Mahala was born. All the sisters married in Maine.
|Liz Booth Moore Birch||RE: Descendent & possible Transfer|
Ok... Great!! What a fascinating Ancestor we share! Have a wonderful holiday yourself :)
|Liz Booth Moore Birch||Descendent & possible Transfer|
Hi Darlene ~
It is nice to see Capt. Daniel Moore memorialized. I am a descendent of Capt. Moore and was hoping you would be so kind as to transfer his memorial to me. (I'm not sure if you are a descendent as well)
|Bonnie Watson Miller||RE: Mary Bailey Moore|
My mistake Darlene, or ancestry's. They have Henry as head of household, and in the individual records, for each person's name it states his wife was Mary and his son,(Robert A Dickinson) who would be his stepson, is listed as his son. Sorry for the mix-up. Glad you cleared that up for me :) Thanks Also I noticed a C S Moore buried in the same row and his stone is close to the rest of the Moore family. I believe this to be Charles S Moore, who was also a son of Alanson and Laura J Nelson Moore. Their son Charles was born in 1858.
|Bonnie Watson Miller||Hi Darlene,|
I too am nutso about genealogy and while researching some of my Nelson relatives, I came across your posting for Mary Bailey Moore at McIndoes Fall Cemetery. When I was doing research I came to the conclusion that she married Henry M Moore who was Alfred K Moore's brother. This taken from the 1930 Vermont, Caledonia, Ryegate census:
Name: Mary E Moore
Home in 1930: Ryegate, Caledonia, Vermont
Estimated birth year: abt 1877
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Spouse's name: Henry M
Check it out and let me know what you think...Any help would be greatly appreciated Sincerely Bonnie
|anna||RE: Daniel Mosher|
I have info on Old Yard Cemetery in Belgrade, Maine. It is at the intersectin of Route 27 and Route 135. It is now called Woodside Cemetery. Lat: 44.470685, Long: -69.834396. Are you close to it?
Added by anna on Oct 06, 2009 11:51 PM
|Debbie - CA||Alice Bulger|
I put in the info. for Alice and her husband and have request a photo. Feel free to post them when you have time. Thank you.
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|Michael Harrington||Abbie Ann|
It would be my honor to transfer this to you. Let me know.
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