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ALICE (#47335106)
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Ed Rioux
Marie Hart
Hello Alice,
Is there any chance that Marie Hart was also known by the name Victorine? I found this plaque in row F but did not find a Marie anywhere nearby. Dates 1901-1994. Regards,

Added by Ed Rioux on Jun 11, 2014 3:32 PM
RE: Sr. M.Aloysuis Lynch
Sorry Alice....I was speaking of the picture of the tomb stone.

Maybe it is just my iPad as I noticed one other was turned too.
Sorry to bother you. It is great you have added some names. I happened to visit there last week while going to lunch with my 3rd grade teacher. I live in NC so now have returned home. I was lucky enough to visit the gravesite of a few other teachers.
Thanks for responding. Eileen
Added by Eileen on Jun 11, 2014 2:09 PM
Sr. m.aloysuis Lynch
Just wanted to let you know the picture you attached to this Nun is sideways. She is located in the Sisters of Mercy cemetery in Merion, pa.
Added by Eileen on Jun 10, 2014 3:01 PM
Janet LaMotte
Smith Matson & Nellie Brown
Links done to their mother. Thanks.
Added by Janet LaMotte on May 08, 2014 8:04 AM
Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko
RE: whipple
maybe in 10 years we'll have this done.
Added by Patricia (Patti) Joy Bern... on Mar 12, 2014 6:38 PM
Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko
could I have both memorial numbers?

the autogravr program strikes again.

I will probably but one of the records on the delete list.

Added by Patricia (Patti) Joy Bern... on Mar 11, 2014 12:47 PM
Carolyn Hanks
How are you ?
It's been a while. I'm hoping to be back for a little bit. Been having a lot of problems with head aches. Computers don't help. I see you put some request out there for Calvary. I am working on another request today. I will see what I can come up with for you. Write me soon.
Carolyn Hanks
Added by Carolyn Hanks on Jan 21, 2014 11:41 AM
Fred Day
RE: Calvary cemetery
You are very welcome. Glad I can help.
Added by Fred Day on Dec 31, 2013 7:43 AM
Caroline Garcia
Robert Lee Copper - 71040507
I was wondering if I could ask you to remove 1 of the pictures you posted on this memorial. I recently noticed that it is for the wrong person. It is the very first picture on the memorial & it is for a Robert L. COOPER instead of Copper. (The other 2 are correct). Thank You!
Added by Caroline Garcia on Dec 16, 2013 3:27 PM
Martin Burrell
RE: Samuel Frazar & Thomas Frazar
Samuel Alden Frazar, Sr., birth Marshfield, Mass., farmer, ship builder of 70-80 vessels, owner of several businesses, remarks: never sick a day in his life, died Aug 08, 1838, residence: Duxbury, Mass. Married to Abigal Drew the daughter of Sylvanus Drew on 15 Dec 1791. Her father lived in Duxbury, Plymouth, Mass. Abigal died at 94 years of age.
Thomas (1), died June 24, 1809 @ 16 yrs, 4 months

John Adams, born 1795,(married Betsy Drew,died at 98 years), died at 27 years.

Abigal Drew, married Capt. Nathanial Weston

Mercy Clark

Samuel Alden,Jr., married Marie Windsor

George, married Caroline Sampson, Ann Little, died 1885

Amhearst Alden, married Sarah Bradford, sea capt.

Rebecca Alden (1), born July 1806, died July 12, 1807

Rebecca Alden (2), married William Augustus Stearns

Sarah Deering, married Warren Mansfield

Thomas Alden Frazar (2), born Jan 7, 1813 in Duxbury, Mass., died June 23, 1890 @ 77 yrs, 1st. U.S. Tax Assessor in Oregon (appointed by Pres. Lincoln during the Civil War) to support the War effort. Married twice. Died in Forest Grove after the death of his second wife. At the time he was post master for the town. The death of his second wife brought great sorrow to him. During the Civil War much gold was being brought out of OR. Thomas was to make sure it did not end up in Confederate hands. Buried in Lone Fir Cemetery, Portland Oregon.

Under agreement with his brother Amhearst he came alone to Portland, Oregon with the complete material for a two story building that would house a store. It is my understanding it was the third store in the town. He was to operate the store and send shopping lists to his brother. He lived on the 2nd. floor of the store. His family remained in Mass. during the early years of his life in Oregon.

He and his family were founding members of the first Unitarian church in Portland. His children carried on as active members.

Lucy Drew, married Capt. Charles Evans
Added by Martin Burrell on Nov 24, 2013 1:35 AM
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