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B Peterson (#47238760)
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I recently moved from Brooklyn, NY to Trumbull, CT, but continue to work part-time at the New School in Manhattan. This is the beginning of my semi-retirement and I hope to have more time to follow my interest in genealogy. I also love knitting and my two orange cats.
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Tom Harmon
RE: Sgt. Caleb Abell
Hi B...

I just discovered that replies to inquiries are posted in one place on Find A Grave web site! There are several and I am just now responding.

Thank you for your reply. I think you said you would look further into the two Caleb's in June (2013). I'm wondering if you were able to follow up?

I'll be out from California in August to spend more time looking through Connecticut graveyards.
Thanks again... Tom
Added by Tom Harmon on Mar 29, 2014 8:59 AM
Caleb Abell
Good Afternoon,

In mid December 2013 you sent me an e-mail regarding Caleb Abell. I have updated my memorial, 36060684, as you suggested. If you would like to remove your memorial, 37605124, now I belive everything will be correct.

Please double check me and if there are any other corrections needed just let me know.

Added by Shari on Jan 04, 2014 2:16 PM
RE: Chauncey T. Chapman
I've linked your requests. Mariette E Shay is the name on the headstone.
Added by KAM on Aug 14, 2013 7:10 PM
Dolores Davidson
Horace Kimble solved
there are 2 buried in the town of Charlotte in different cemeteries and wives
one in Evergreen d 1882 other in Charlotte Center 1917KIMBEL
Horace E. 1834-1917
Ellen C. 1838-1910
Frank H. 1865-1881
Charles E 1863-1886
Ella D. 1862-1916
Added by Dolores Davidson on Aug 14, 2013 2:55 PM
Dolores Davidson
RE: Charles Horace Kimbel
I also found one Horace Kimble in 1892 ae 58 with a wife ELLEN ae 54 and dau Carrie 24 in Charlotte, dau

perhaps he and 1st wife divorced? I have no idea but he IS listed as buried in this cemetery

also found this info at Find A Grave

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Horace E Kimbel 1834 1917 Charlotte Center, Chautauqua County, New York, USA
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Horace Kimbel
Birth: 1834
Death: 1917 - Charlotte, New York, United States of America
Spouse: Ellen Lake
Amy rhodes wiggins 5 generations
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Charles Horace Kimbel
Birth: 1835
Death: 1882
Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth McAllister
Horace Kimbel 1836 16 Oct 1882 Sinclairville, Chautauqua County, New York, USA
Added by Dolores Davidson on Aug 14, 2013 2:48 PM
Melody Clark
RE: Photo for Gustav O. Thompson
No it was a mess up on my part I up loaded another Thompson to the one for Gustav. I went back to the cemetery today and found Gustav so I will be up loading it soon. So just keep checking I'll get it there soon. Sorry for the delay. I think I also found the other one you wanted but I need to check my camera first as I just got back. Have a nice day, Melody
Added by Melody Clark on Jun 24, 2013 3:31 PM
James Bridgman
RE: Samuel W. Boggs
Glad to do it. (It's done.)

Also, if you'd like control of this grave (Amy and SWB), I will gladly turn it over to you. As granddaughter, it's only right that you be the one in control (but don't feel pressured; I don't care either way.)

I'm still having a great time on ancestry. Was working on Aunt Louise's four sisters and parents today. Wish I had known them.

Remember, I'd love to see you sometime this summer!

Added by James Bridgman on Jun 13, 2013 4:17 PM
Madison Street Cemetery Dupe/Double: Ebenezer Stillman Jr. (1807-1872)

Thanks for the info. Seems the "other" memorial for Ebenezer isn't a dupe so much as a double - meaning a different memorial in a different location to the same person. Doubtless, Ebenezer is buired in Hamilton and I'll modify the bio in Wethersfield to both state that likelihood and reference the Hamilton memorial. But if I delete it, someone will recreate it. I manage quite a few doubles - whether one or both. This is yet another. . . . .

I'm very interested in your "Smith" names from the auto-book. Care to toss me some names and potential dates? I'm a good sleuth and don't need much to go on.


Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Jun 12, 2013 6:34 AM
Madison Street Cemetery Dupes: Amarilla Smith Stillman & Francis Wright Stillman
Dupes gone, photos uploaded, stones transcribed, all linked.

Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Jun 04, 2013 2:50 PM
RE: Re: Mary Amarilla Stillman Whittemore (1830-1894), Butte View Cemetery
Mary Amarilla Stillman is my 1st cousin 3x removed. Once I straighten out the duplicate memorials for her parents, I'm happy to transfer her if desired since she is your direct ancestor. That would mean we share Ebenezer Stillman Sr. (1776-1854) as a direct ancestor (my 3rd gr-grandfather). I have intersting connections to THREE of Ebenezer's children: Lewis Mortimer Stillman I (1820-1886) is my 2nd gr-grandfather - but ONLY because his older sister, Frances Stillman (1801-1883), introduced him to her step daughter, Sarah Cannon Moores (1825-1884) - my 2nd gr-grandmother, because they eventually married. A case of Frances' brother becoming also her step-son-in-law!

It gets better: because Frances' husband was a Master Sailor based at the Boston Navy Yard but with his family from the first marriage in Newark, Frances chose to live in Newark with her sister, Rhoda Stillman Badger, 1810-1883. Frances (Stillman) Moores and husband Frederick Washington Moores are even buried in the Badger plot in Mt. Pleasant, Newark - and that took me more than a decade to piece together, let alone find their burials.

So you might say I have quite a connection to three of your gr-aunts/uncles: siblings of Francis Wright Stillman (1804-1893) in Hamilton.

As for Smith, I have a vast data bank (by default, not design) on upstate NY "SMITH" as I have quite a bit of Smith ancestry. I'll look into yours - would be wild to connect them to mine given the Stillman knot already. . .


Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Jun 01, 2013 7:03 AM
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