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|44224||RE: jonah tuner|
It hasn't been placed yet. My chapter of Daughters of 1812 received a grant from Summit Co. to purchase grave markers for the veterans of 1812 in unmarked graves. These have just been engraved and photographed and not yet placed.
Added by 44224 on May 23, 2013 6:41 PM
|Ralph Martin||RE: Patience Fish|
Just posted new Patience Fish headstone picture.
You are very welcome.
Added by Bob on Apr 25, 2013 7:31 AM
|Scott Leonard||Carlyle Bouges|
Hi Virginia, I linked Carlyle to his wife. Let me know if you need anything else.
|Peter Morgan||Catherine & Carlyle Bouges|
I re-took the photos today. Hope you like the improvements. Can you link Catherine to Carlyle?
|Peter Morgan||RE: Info on Catherine & Carlyle Bouges|
Yes you can add or edit anything in the memorial since you created it. As for Carlyle's you need to ask the person who created it to transfer management to you if you are a direct ancestor of his. Otherwise, open his memorial, and you will see a tab on the upper right named EDIT. Click on the tab and ask the person to add or modify information.
|Peter Morgan||Info on Catherine & Carlyle Bouges|
I used my ancestry.com account to do a little searching. Did not find her maiden name.
Carlyle was born in Weeks Mills in Kennebec County, Maine according to his WWI draft registration. He signed his name Boggs on that 1917 registration form. At that time he worked as a shipyard worker for the Texas Steamship Company in Bath, Maine. He was the son of Ambrose E Boggs and Carrie Inez Reeves (her second marriage).
According to his birth certificate, he was born in Whitefield, ME.
The 1910 census has him living with his mother, Carrie who has remarried to someone Charles D Jones. Carlyle is identified as the stepson to Charles Jones. I can find no further information on Ambrose, although he appears in the 1900 census.
I could not find the 1920 census and the 1930 census seems to list his name as Bouges, but the handwriting is fuzzy.
According to the 1940 census, he and his wife lived in Portland, ME and he owned a grocery store. Their name was Bouges. They had 3 children Merle E born abt 1925 in Massachusetts, Frank H born abt 1926 in Maine, and Audrey born abt 1929 in Massachusetts.
Good luck on further research.
|Peter Morgan||RE: Catherine Bouges|
I cannot see a separate memorial for Catherine. That is what I am looking for. Do you know the number of her memorial?
If not, please create a new memorial for her alone, and you can then link it to Carlyle's. As I understand the rules of findagrave.com, I cannot add someone else's photo to an existing memorial. In other words, a husband and wife need to each have their own separate memorial.
If you have never created a memorial before, it is quite easy. Just go to Brooklawn cemetery, click on add a new name, and just follow the steps adding whatever information you know. According to her marker, she was born Jan 15, 1908 and died Jan 19, 1998. She is interred in Section W, Plot, 662, A-1. Let me know when you have done this. If you remain puzzled, let me know. My direct email is email@example.com
|Peter Morgan||RE: Catherine Bouges|
Can you create a memorial and a request, and let me know? Thanks.
|Peter Morgan||Catherine Bouges|
I fulfilled your photo request for Carlyle Bouges. Next to his marker was one for Catherine M. Bouges (Jan. 15, 1906-Jan. 19, 1998). I took a photo of her marker, so if you create a memorial, let me know and I will upload the photo. Additionally, there was a fair amount of water on both markers, so I plan to take additional photos when the ground is drier.
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