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Anonymous
RE: Infant Sukeforth
Thank you! It all looks great.

Infant boy was a stillborn twin. His twin brother lived.

The date of birth and death for the stillborn twin is:
May 28, 1906, so that could be added to the top dates of the memorial.

So, the two infants buried together are siblings, born a few years apart.
I do not know when the tombstone was created.
Added by Anonymous on Oct 20, 2016 11:41 AM
Anonymous
Infant Sukeforth
I requested an edit to add information. I would like to explain what I think is the relationship to the 2 infants (boy/girl) buried there.

The boy was a twin, stillborn.
The girl was not his twin. She was the firstborn in the family and died at 2 hours old in 1901.
Maine Births, Rockland

unnamed child
September 21, 1901, Rockland Maine
W,F, 1st child, Living
Father Leroy Graften Sukeforth b. Montville, ME W, Shipping Clerk
Mother Julia Emma Hannan b.Burketville, ME W
residence Burketville, ME

Record of Death

Infant daughter of Leroy G. Sukeforth, W,F
Place Rockland, ME
Death Sept. 21, 1901, hemorrhage of lungs, age 2 hours
Father Leroy G. Sukeforth b. Appleton, ME, cooper
Mother Emma Hannan b. Appleton, ME

The boy was born May 28, 1906, stillborn. His twin survived. His twin's Find A Grave Memorial# 62338379, Horace I. Sukeforth.

Maine Deaths

Unnamed Child, W,M, Stillborn Twin****
May 28, 1906
Father Roy Sukeforth b. Appleton, ME Farmer, W
Mother Emma Hannan, b. Appleton, ME Housewife, W


Added by Anonymous on Oct 18, 2016 6:16 PM
Henny R
RE: Sister Dunn
Perfect. She's our cousin and we wanted her accomplishments remembered. So many of the people who don't have children/descendants get forgotten. Thank you for adding the bio.
Added by Henny R on Sep 16, 2016 1:33 PM
Bob McLellan
Photos
Thank you very much for taking the photos of Orville and Shirley Cunningham at the Smart Cemetery.
Added by Bob McLellan on Sep 12, 2016 10:34 AM
Don Nilson
John Lubey 80359426
John (JNO) Lubey is my wife's Great Great Uncle. He was born in Ireland in 1845. His brother also was in the civil war but survived. He lived in New York state Utica area. If possible you can transfer to me. let me know if you need additional info. I'm new to this site.
Added by Don Nilson on Sep 05, 2016 10:25 AM
Barbara Cox
Little Ralph Smith
Thank you, Mike.
Added by Barbara Cox on Aug 20, 2016 8:50 PM
Colin Baird
RE: Randall Baird gravesite picture
There is a Pelton headstone near those of my ancestors, and it is leaning badly, and close to being ready to topple over. It's a fairly large headstone, and it would take a 'Bobcat' or a small tractor with a bucket on the front to handle it so that a new foundation could be put under it. Perry Center Cemetery is nothing but a hill of sand, and headstones there require a stable foundation under them. There are many old headstones scattered through out the cemetery that need attention, and soon. Thank You for your understanding, and Thank you for being thoughtful enough to put the picture of Randall Baird's headstone on Findagrave in the first place. Have a nice afternoon. Colin Baird
Added by Colin Baird on Jul 06, 2016 1:33 PM
Colin Baird
RE: Randall Baird gravesite picture
The is a Pelton headstone near those of my ancestors, and it is leaning badly, and close to being ready to topple over. It's a fairly large headstone, and it would take a 'Bobcat' or a small tractor with a bucket on the front to handle it so that a new foundation could be put under it. Perry Center Cemetery is nothing but a hill of sand, and headstones there require a stable foundation under them. There are many old headstones scattered through out the cemetery that need attention, and soon. Thank You for your understanding, and Thank you for being thoughtful enough to put the picture of Randall Baird's headstone on Findagrave in the first place. Have a nice afternoon. Colin Baird
Added by Colin Baird on Jul 06, 2016 1:32 PM
Colin Baird
Randall Baird FAGM #90801575
My great-great uncle, Randall Baird's headstone was leaning badly. I just went to the time and effort of putting a new foundation under it, and now I have a huge favor to ask of you. Would you kindly delete the picture of the headstone that you put on his Findagrave memorial.? I have already put a picture of how his headstone looked after I finished with it this morning.
Thank you for your understanding.

Colin Baird
Van Buren, Ohio
Added by Colin Baird on Jul 06, 2016 12:22 PM
Lavidaloca
Cook
Thanks.
Added by Lavidaloca on Jun 14, 2016 7:09 PM
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