|s schmidt||Saginaw relatives of Richman|
Glad to help.
A site in Saginaw that will help is
Public Libraries of Saginaw
Click on the genealogy and history link.
Then use the obituary index to find relatives.
(I saw your Kate Phipps)
You may contact the library and they will e-mail you a copy of the obituary. (Not sure if there is a fee)
They also have some cemeteries on line so you may find where relatives are buried.
|Karen Potter||Tarrant Sibley|
I have lived in Sutton for 30 years and didn't even know this cemetery (Pigeon Hill) existed. But I did find Tarrant Sibley, Hannah Sibley, and their daughter Summer Sibley in the back corner of the cemetery.
There were several other Sibley graves nearby as Sibley is an historic family in our little town. I'll post the primary photo (Tarrant) on find-a-grave and if you'd like the others, let me know.
~ Karen Potter, Sutton, MA
|Cindi Pietrzyk||RE: Thanks,|
You are very welcome! I have the other individual Steven's family ones like Randolph's if you would like them. :) I plan to go back and find the others on your requests. :)
|BTLGllc||RE: Milo Richardson|
Thanks for the SAR information -- we did not know that detail about him. Of course, since he and his family were the founders of our parish church, Trinity Lime Rock, and he was for many years Senior Warden, I (as parish historian) am interested in anything we can learn about him and his family.
Additionally I'm interested via Friends of Beckley Furnace -- a local historical association that preserves and interprets Beckley Iron Furnace in nearby East Canaan, CT. It was one of the furnaces Milo would have been very familiar with in his senior management role in the Barnum and Richardson Company.
I mentioned your photo request at a board meeting on Friday and the other members asked that I ask you if you have a family connection to the Richardsons, and if so, whether you have any information about that family and its role in the historic iron industry of the Upper Housatonic Valley that you might care to share.
I'd be glad to correspond further and provide additional information from this end -- you can also reach me as email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by BTLGllc on Aug 07, 2011 12:13 PM
|kdkb||RE: Jonathan Holman|
I took a walk through the cemetery yesterday and I did find the monument for Col. Jonathan Holman and his family. It will be difficult to photograph as the inscription is difficult to read. I will be very busy until the end of July, but I'll try to get it posted sometime in August.
Added by kdkb on Jul 02, 2011 9:48 AM
I don't live in Ohio but I have requested photos of this family's graves. We will see if there is a response.
Added by DawnN on Jun 30, 2011 10:36 AM
|Mike Cooper||RE: Phineas Pond|
This is what I have.
I would take a photo but I live in Seattle - sry.
Pond, Albert H., died May 6, 1842, age 41
Pond, Almira E., dau of Julius R. & Elizabeth, died Feb. 19, 1833, age 1 yr. 10 mos.
Pond, Amanda, wife of Martin, born Mar. 4, 1820, died Oct. 10, 1856, age 36 yrs. 7 mos. 6 das.
Pond, Captain Martin, died July 28, 1827, age 53
Pond, Charles D., died May 20, 1825, age 24
Pond, Eli E., don of Eli & Chloe, died July 1, 1826, age 9
Pond, Elizabethm wife of Julius R., died Sept. 30, 1883, age 77
Pond, Eunice, wife of Eli, died Oct. 4, 1807, age 27
Pond, Florilla, widow of Cherles H., died Feb. 24, 1835, age 32
Pond, --infant of Julius R. & Elizabeth, died Apr. 1829
Pond, Julia A., dau of Julius R. & Elizabeth, died June 8, 1841, age 10 mos. 8 das.
Pond, Julius R., died May 30, 1877, age 74
Pond, Lewis W., died Oct. 21, 1850, age 52
Pond, Nancy, wife of Martin, died Apr. 17, 1853, age 73
Pond, Phineas, died Oct. 18, 1818, age 52 yrs.
|Deebie||RE: Mary Sibley Taft|
I'm sorry I don.t know
Added by Deebie on Jun 12, 2011 2:15 PM
|SღPRICEღNance||RE: Capt John Howard|
I have no knowledge of a photo for John Howard that is mentioned at Ancestry. I submitted this memorial with information that I found on a MA Revolutionary Soldier list. Sorry.
|Ann Parkinson||RE: Pic|
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