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|Frederick Porter||RE: Webster grave site|
Thanks for the Thank You!
How are you descended from Ose and Ruth? I am distantly connected to them through their grandson Washington Webster, the son of Solomon/Salmon, through Washington's wife Laura Bailey. Both of my parents families lived in Kendall(Webster's)Mills, my mom's since about 1840. My dad lived in the "Mill house" in the late 1940's before his parents bought the old inn. I have pictures of the mills, the stone mill I remember well from my childhood. Ose built many mills for other folks in this region too, and I remember visiting Hooks Mill, a wooden gristmill long abandoned and the sites of several others. I also clearly remember Winnie Webster Manley, "the last Webster"(not really the last) when I was a small child and she lived across the street- she had oil paintings of Ose and Ruth and paintings of the mills too- I don't know what happened to them when she died in 1961.
Thanks again for the note, I was excited myself to find Ose and Ruth's stone, having heard about them for so long.
|steph g||RE: Grave photo|
Added by steph g on Oct 19, 2014 4:45 PM
|Dave Lindberg||The Browns|
Jeff, Glad to help.
|Susan W Bartholomew||Glaser headstones|
Thanks so much for the headstone photos. I had already saved them to my Ancestry.com family tree from your family tree there. But when I created some of the memorials on findagrave I wanted to be sure that was where they were buried. Created the memorials with what information I had, but wasn't positively sure. Thank you so much for posting them here on findagrave too. Sure appreciate all the wonderful research you have done on the Glasers and thanks for the photos.
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