|John Speer||Mary House Manter|
Go ahead and put her in the Quaker Cemetery in Nantucket where I have added all of the few grave pictures there are. The other Quaker cemetery there was long disused by 1880. Just please don't put in a photo request for her, as it can never be fulfilled (even with a specific lot number that would prove incredibly difficult!); put "likely unmarked" as a note instead. Thanks.
|ProgBase||RE: Cemetery in Nantucket|
Maybe they didn't want relatives to have to come to the islands so they're in one of
Added by ProgBase on Oct 17, 2014 9:00 AM
|John Speer||Newtown Cem Nantucket, MA|
You have three requests there. Those names do not appear on the Historical Society list of graves, and this cemetery is almost completely photographed. Would you mind sharing where you obtained those specific plot numbers? Thank you.
Sorry for the error with Flora. I should not have made the assumption. I have transferred her memorial to you with the corrections already made that you requested. I thought you might like to have management. Have a great day -
|ditdit||RE: Mulford Cash Bassett Jr|
I will drive through that cemetery when in the area and see if I see any Mulfords. I will look at his parents stone , if there is a photo, and see if I recognize the area of the cemetery.
Added by ditdit on Sep 11, 2014 6:19 AM
Mine remains where it is and I will mark it as a cenotaph.
You can create a memorial for him where he is buried with his wife.
Added by ditdit on Sep 03, 2014 4:03 AM
|ditdit||RE: Swan Lake Cemetery Annex|
Yes Swan Lake Annex is part of Swan Lake Cemetery on Find A Grave. There should be a photo of the entrance that I put there.
Added by ditdit on Aug 15, 2014 3:53 AM
|Charles Wellman||RE: Asa W Cash|
Glad to Help. I have relatives there also. Cemetery is nearly inaccessible, it is mowed many stones are in need of reset/repair and are unreadable. I plan to return and read some that that can't be read from pictures using the proper methods. I do not live in area but have family nearby that I visit every few months. My Sister had been there 10 years ago and guided me there this time.
|DP NJ||Weekes Graves|
Hello. I am staying in a hotel directly across from the Old Harwich Cemetery. I did find Charles Weekes's grave and also his wife Lillian buring next to him. There are literally dozens of Weekes buried in this cemetery.
I will add William's picture to Find A Grave when I return to New Jersey later next week.
Added by DP NJ on Jul 15, 2014 5:47 AM
|ditdit||RE: location in Barnstable County|
this is on the memorial on findagrave
Son of Capt William Allen and Marana Small Allen of Harwich. Captained his father's sloop which wrecked off Montauk with a cargo of corn. Lost at Sea. Drowned with his brothers Joseph and Cyrenus at 21 years 9 months of age
they are in First Congregational Church cemetery in Harwich.
Added by ditdit on Jun 16, 2014 4:26 AM
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