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James Peck, CCA President (#47195048)
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Bio Photo President of the Carter Cemetery Association which is dedicated to maintaining the Carter Cemetery in Monkton, Vermont.

My Peck relatives buried there include my great-great grandfather and grandmother, 3 greats grandfather & grandmother, 4 greats grandfather & mother, and 5 greats grandfather.
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RE: Thomas Heslin Memorial #27300924
Sorry for such a delay in my reply. But as you must know by now Life gets in the way. Thomas Heslins death certificate states father as Patrick Heslin and mother as A....y Morgan
I hope this Heslin
good Luck on your journey!
If I can help in any way just send me message
Thanks for Asking
Added by Shelly on Sep 05, 2015 7:56 AM
Jersey Meg
Ashabel Dean (1810 - 1886)
Hi James -

Wondering about this guy's name (my sister married into this line).

I see both "Ashabel" and "Ashbel" (and Ashbell). Is one more correct than the other?

Also, is his middle name "Azra" ? I'm only curious because his great-great-grandson had a similar name - Arza (which I see repeated in Ashbel's brother Arza Crane Dean (1796 - 1883)).

Thanks for any light you can shed on this matter.

Marguerite Puca
Added by Jersey Meg on Aug 18, 2015 5:23 PM
William & Rebecca Peck
While tracking my relatives I found that William Peck and Rebecca Spooner Peck Stow are duplicated in 87865257 and 87865257. You have pictures and cemeteries, and Rebecca's 2nd husband and more bio information, although the parents are under these numbers.

I am related to Alvah Peck.

This is very confusing.
Added by Claire on Feb 19, 2015 3:37 PM
RE: Floyd Peck
Hi Jim,

Thanks for offering to help. A lot of my great great ect. grandparents I can't trace back into the 1700s. The line basically stops in the 1800s.

Would you like me to contact you with the email you provided on your profile page?

Added by Tyler on Aug 30, 2014 6:52 PM
RE: Floyd Peck
Hi Jim,

Thanks for responding. I didn't know him. I went to the Carter Cemetery today to take pictures for memorials that were missing pictures and Floyd was one of them.

Also, what's with the white stairway in the middle of the cemetery? That's pretty neat!

Added by Tyler on Aug 24, 2014 6:41 PM
Floyd Peck
Hi James,

I was wondering if you know if they buried Floyd Peck yet in the Carter Cemetery. I went there today and didn't locate a stone for him.

Added by Tyler on Aug 24, 2014 10:22 AM
Old Warren Cemetery
Beeman, Daniel 6203305

Please contact me about the Beeman family in Warren I have a couple of questions on the father and son, Daniels.

Added by Old Warren Cemetery on Aug 14, 2014 6:01 PM
Feeney #123760484
Hi Jim,

I was at Holy Sepulchre yesterday and walked section M3. There are no Feeney headstones in this section except the one with Catherine Feeney Carr and her husband. Since this is the second time I searched this section, I'm pretty sure there is no headstone.

I am still working on the others. This cemetery is not huge but each section has enough burials that each one takes an hour or more to walk.

I'll let you know if I find anything new for you.

Added by VickiO on Apr 06, 2014 7:29 AM
RE: William Campbell Brick Wall
Thank you so much for helping me break through this brick wall. Searching for someone from over 100 years ago with such a common name was difficult enough but you've provided me with more information than I could ever have found on my own.

You are very professional, thorough and went far beyond what I expected. I'm going to recommend you to my local genealogy club and to anyone else who may need to break down a brick wall, big or small.

Excellent work!
Added by VickiO on Feb 12, 2014 8:35 PM
RE: Feeney's @ Holy Sepulchre
I moved the snow around the headstone with my foot and didn't find anything. I can check back in the spring when the snow is gone. I learned a long time ago to ALWAYS check the back and sides of a headstone to make sure there are no "hidden" names there.

This cemetery has a lot of headstones with only last names on it and there are a lot of spaces with no headstones. Have you asked the cemetery for the plot info? This one is pretty good at providing burial records.
Added by VickiO on Feb 02, 2014 7:27 AM
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