|Kenneth McDaniel (#47335138)|
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I was raised in a military family and travel quite around as a result and in October of 1999 I moved to New England for School and have decided to stay in the area when I got married.|
I am researching the surnames McDaniel, Pankey, Root, Curtis(s), Tremblay, Pelletier, and Laurendeau.
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|Mike Cronk||Homer & Leta (Naylor) Cronk - Gravestone Photo|
Thank you, Kenneth, for taking and adding the gravestone photo to the memorials of my uncle and aunt, Homer and Leta (Naylor) Cronk. That was very kind of you.
I'm assuming you're related to Leta's second husband, William Root? I only remember seeing William a few times, but from my childhood perspective he seemed like a quiet, kind and self-effacing man.
Grand Rapids, MI
|Joyce Wilks||Robert R. Tremblay|
I'm writing because I just found today that your wife is a cousin of mine. Stephanie's great grandmother Odila (Trahan)Laurendeau was my father's mothers sister (Olive Trahan) from Bedford, Canada. I remember my parents speaking of Ernest Laurendeau and their visits to New Bedford, MA. My father (Armand Cyr)was the son of Leopold Cyr and Olive Trahan. I have been doing genealogy for quite some time now and have collected alot on the family but as you know it is continuous. Would love to hear from you and would be willing to share info.
Joyce (Cyr) Wilks
|Renee Dubois||David DuBois|
Thank you so much for the write up about my cousin. I live in Maryland and did not know of my cousin's passing until I was working on my family tree. I don't know when I will get to New England again...I by any chance you get to my cousin's cemetery, would appreciate a picture. I would be glad to do the same for you or others in the Baltimore/Washington area. Please do not make a special trip. If you knew my cousin I would appreciate any info you cow.d provide me. Thank you!
|SueJ||RE: Samuel & Hannah Barton|
Thanks very much. There's no rush. I took down the request for Hannah but left up the one for Samuel on my requests. I removed the name of cemetery and have it as "unknown at this time". The only place I'm familiar with for cemeteries in MA is up in Tyngsboro. I only know that cemetery as it was just down the road from where my grandparents lived and many of the family are buried in that cemetery.
Added by SueJ on Aug 13, 2010 4:55 PM
|SueJ||Samuel & Hannah Barton|
For Samuel and Hannah's burial, I had asked about the name of cemetery as it wasn't clear in the write-up about him in the history of Oxford. I was told, from the description, that it was North Cemetery. Hmmm Would you have any idea for the correct one? I live down South so I can't find it myself. The cemetery is listed as:
He and his wife, Hannah are buried in the burying gound west of the common in Oxford.
Does that help any? I'm not familiar with Oxford at all. I would like to put their cemetery info back up and make a new request.
Added by SueJ on Aug 13, 2010 12:46 PM
Thank you so much for the photos of the FOSTER plot. If you don't mind, the other Fosters who were listed there, I would love to have their photos as well!!! They must be missing relatives I didn't know about!!! THANK YOU!!! ~Jodi