|ann adams (#47314923)|
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I am a retired 1st grade teacher who is interested in genealogy and is a Mayflower descendent. We spend the summers on Damariscotta Lake in Maine and winters near Tampa FL.|
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|Susan Connelly||RE: Frank and Annie Willard|
Sorry I can't be of much help; I just take pictures on a nice day.
|Joan Ellis Pulis||RE: Eunice Ellis Clark|
You are correct. According to Genealogies of Mayflower Families, Vol. I, page 700. Eunice Ellis was b. abt. 1764 and died 22 Feb 1856. The dates on the stone are unreadable. It is not my memorial. It is Ken Soccacio's. I have sent him a message to correct the dates. Perhaps you should also.
Thank you so much for looking for Rolands grave. I found out unexpectly that he was gone. I could get no information on where he was till i spoke to the funeral home and they would not tell me much, nor would they give me his ashes, unless i paid for his funeral, when i went in there not even knowing if he was gone. I was his good friend for over 20 years, and i cant stand not knowing what happened to him. He was like a brother to me. Thank you so much for checking this out for me. They had him down as having no relatives and told me the state paid for his cremation and burial. Way over in dade city. And the man was nice enough to tell me at least the cemeteries name and that he was being placed somewhere in the front. Thank you so very much.
Added by Crystal on Jun 16, 2011 10:39 PM
|Sharon Benefiel Palmer||Grace and Harold Wilson|
Thank you so much for the photos of Grace and Harold Wilson. Small world, I was born and raised in Miami on Tamiami Trail just 2 blocks from the Everglades (the old Everglades) 1946-1965. Home certainly has changed as well as Tamiami Trail, didn't recognize it when I went back to visit a couple of yrs ago, my parents are buried in Miami. Wishing you both a blessed and healthy New Year.
|Charlene Cooper||Moses B Barber|
Thanks again for taking the photos. I really appreciate your help!!
|penn100th||Joseph Budd, Oakside Cemetery, Pasco Co. FL|
I note that you claimed my request. I received a message from another findagrave researcher that stated that they called the cemetery office and there was no Joseph Budd listed. However, I have record that he is there and there is an inscription Co. F, 100th PA Inf. The link below takes you to this source.
I am hoping he can be found! Thanks!
Websmith, 100th PA Roundheads Website
|penn100th||Joseph Budd, Co. F, Oakside Cemetery, Pasco Co. FL|
I received a message in e-mail that Joseph Budd is not listed in the cemetery office. I have a source from interment.net (see web listing) that there is a Joseph Budd in this cemetery with the inscription Co. F 100th PA Inf.
I believe this soldier is buried here, though I understand that he may not be listed in the office. My guess is that he is buried in the area where the other CW vets are buried? Maybe an older part of the cemtery? Thanks.
|Chip5610||RE: William Look|
Glad to help. I am in Bridgewater, so it does take me a little bit to get there, but it never hurts to ask!
Added by Chip5610 on Nov 04, 2010 11:26 PM
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