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Rev. Sean Patrick Roraback (#47220056)
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Jo Spencer
Thanks for the wonderful photos. I am a professional genealogist and my client will be happy to see the four graves of her Witherbee, Dean, and Tart ancestors. But, Marion Witherbee, wife of Duane, was not a Taft, but a Tart. I have their marriage record and census records to confirm this. Her parents were John and Sarah; Sarah's mother was Susannah McLyman from Ireland and she is living with them.
Added by Jo Spencer on Aug 12, 2013 12:20 PM
martha chabinsky
Grave for Amon Wetherbee
I'm afraid you have the location incorrect. This grave is in South Cemetary in Boxboro, MA, not Ashby. Would you please change it?

Martha Chabinsky, daughter of Raenette Wetherbee Byam, granddaughter of Amelia Francis Wetherbee Byam, sister of Amon Wetherbee.
Added by martha chabinsky on Mar 26, 2013 11:06 AM
Peter Morgan

If you find her in Harvard, let me know what cemetery, I will create a memorial and then put in a photo request which you can fulfill and get credit.

Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 21, 2012 7:22 PM
Peter Morgan
Thanks Sean,

Elizabeth Whitney (1696-1734) married John Wetherbee/Wetherby/Weatherby (1701-1746) on 1/21/1723 in either Lexington or Stow, Massachusetts. They both died in Harvard, but I do not know at which cemetery they might be interred.

Being a clergyman, perhaps you can answer a question that I have been puzzling over for the past 2 years and have not received a satisfactory answer.

Is is correct to say someone was buried AT such&ssuch cemetery, or is it correct to say buried IN such&such cemetery? Thanks for any enlightenment you can bring to this subject.

Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 21, 2012 11:01 AM
Peter Morgan
Elizabeth Whitney Wetherbee
Dang!! This is a different "Betty" Wetherbee than my ancestor. Oh well...
Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 21, 2012 5:31 AM
Peter Morgan
Elizabeth Whitney Wetherbee
Thank you so much for taking a wonderful photo of the marker for my 6th great aunt. May I have your permission to use it in my family tree?

Thanks as well for your contributions to findagrave.

I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 20, 2012 6:13 PM
Steve Haines
Nathan Haines
Thank you for posting this photo. Nathan is my GG-Grandfather, and I am currently researching his family, including his mother Mary Cook and father Stephen. This photo marches the description on his passport. I am interested in sharing information with you.
Added by Steve Haines on Sep 17, 2012 10:15 PM
Starr Dust
David Graves Woodin
Do you know the name of his parents?
Added by Starr Dust on Jun 26, 2012 5:34 PM
Janet Price
I added photos stones for George Bradley, Polly Ann, Charles William & Sophia J. Roraback who are buried in the Congregational Church Cemetery, Kent, CT.
Added by Janet Price on Jun 03, 2012 3:28 PM
John K. Pierson
RE: Emri Dewitt Crouch
I would be interested to see what you have on Crouch. I knew Emri's daughter, Eva Erickson. She was into family history and probably had a lot of the same information you have.

John K. Pierson

Added by John K. Pierson on Feb 09, 2012 12:25 PM
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