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David Bulpett (#47335756)
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Bio Photo My brother and sisters and I have been researching the family roots for a few years now and have met some cousins that we didn't know about and hope to meet more.

On the paternal side, we're researching Bulpetts and Wilsons from Massachusetts back to England and Scotland, respectively, as well as Mitchells in England and Robertsons in Scotland. Also looking for Bartletts from Canada and cousins Hankinson, Fyler, Palmer and Dallas.

On our maternal side, we're researching the Moore family from South Dakota, Iowa, Canada, and back to Northern Ireland.
We're also looking for the Coghlan family from California, Montana, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota, New York, and originally from Ireland, and Coghlan cousins from San Diego - Liggett, McLeish, Stewart and Durrill.
Also researching the Griffith family from South Dakota, Iowa, Ohio, New York and Maryland, and the Wilson family from Canada.
And finally, we're looking for the Anarshus (Nash) and Bosyte (Boss) families from Massachusetts, Illinois, and originally from Lithuania.

Please contact me if you think that you may have information about these families, are related to us, or if you need a grave or place photo in New England, or just want to say hi.

And finally, I deeply appreciate the family grave photos and memorials that others have created and really hope that I can help others with their family research and/or to connect with their family through photographs. If I've created a memorial for any of your family members - no matter how distant, and I'm not related to them, I would prefer to transfer management to you, so please let me know. Also, please feel free to use photos that I've taken on other web sites such as, etc. or for any other purpose.
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Chillcott Cemetery
Chillcott is a VERY old cemetery. I took a picture of every gravestone yesterday, and will be posting them soon to Find-A-Grave, as with Hopkirk Cemetery. It took me the better part of six hours to get to and check out just two, very small cemeteries. Why? I had to some of my own cleaning up to view stones, including one hell of a thorny brier patch at Chillcott, and I have MS in my legs, and to get to both of these guys, I had to cut through about 3/4 of a mile of farmer's fields. If they were smooth, it would be no problem, but not so, lol. Very uneven and hard on my ankles and knees. It was rather humorous actually.

Neither cemetery is in good shape. And by that I mean, there are numerous stones missing and knocked down (and sadly, a few face down, where I could not read the names).

I just wanted to give you a heads up that I will be posting numerous pictures tomorrow. There are 33 people listed as buried in this cemetery, and that I find VERY HARD to believe. I took a picture of every stone that I saw, even ones that were literally just stones, no monument, no name. This is not a big area, and that is why I find it hard to believe 33 people were buried here.

You should also know, that both cemeteries are in very unique locations, and I LOVE working with these guys. I like the out of the way, old, cemeteries, that have so much character, and contain so much history.

Have a great 2015!

Added by paforbes on Jan 02, 2015 8:36 PM
Rob Lambert Boy to David Bulpett
You Are My Dad
David, Thank you for being my Daddy and welcoming me as your son. I have always wanted and needed a Dad like you. Thanks for taking me in and making me your boi forever and ever. I am glad that your family accepts us as a gay couple. Thanks to you and Dana - Kisses all around! P.S. - Some day we will get that California closet to hold all your leather, bondage, and disciple gear! I know Issac would be proud of you as a Gay Daddy! I am! Kisseys, Robert D. Lambert
Added by Rob Lambert Boy to David ... on May 29, 2014 8:07 PM
Juelette Fadness
Photo Isaac Nelson Griffith family
Hi David, Someone has just sent me a wonderful photo of Isaac Nelson Griffith (older brother of your Alexander R. Griffith) with his wife Lovina Ingalls and their seven children. It's a studio picture taken in 1898. If you don't have it, I would be happy to pass along a copy to you. Send me an email: Juelette Fadness
Added by Juelette Fadness on May 19, 2014 2:15 PM
Diane Moore
anarshus folks
Along with Grace and Ann as children of Stanislav and Marcella, there is Joseph, who later changed his last name to Nash. He was born in Cambridge 16 November, 1909 and died in Chattanooga Tennessee 16 March 1992. He was married to Ruth Kirby and had two kids, John and Carolyn. I am so excited because your info enabled me to find info on my husband's family I had been searching and searching for!
Added by Diane Moore on Sep 16, 2013 2:55 PM
martha bray
livingston cemetery request
Please be aware there is no record of an Archibald Dulaney buried in Livingston Cemetery prior to 1960 on the cemetery records compiled by the Clark County Genelogical Society in Marshall. In an attempt to find other graves, my sister and I walked the entire cemetery (including the new section) on Aug 17, 2013 and did not find a grave for Archibald Dulaney. There are Dulaneys buried there and I would be happy to send you the list from the above document.
I did not remove Archibald from the Find a Grave list.
Martha Bray
Added by martha bray on Aug 19, 2013 1:41 PM
Emersons Plot
Towne/Briegel Family in Brookdale
Hello David,

I don't know if the Towne/Briegel memorials in Brookdale cemetery are your family or not, but I wanted to tell you that I linked a person to a married couple within that group, added one more person who is in the plot but not on the headstone and provided photos for 6 Towne/Briegel family members interred there.

I linked Edith Augusta Towne to:

Charles William Towne (1867 - 1942)
Wilhelmina F Briegel Towne (1872 - 1964)

And I added Lillian M Peters d. 1988.


Added by Emersons Plot on Aug 19, 2013 11:52 AM
agnes mcewan
Eliza Palmer (Lever)

I see that we have the above name on a gravestone (re ancestry. Eliza is my Great Aunt and her maiden name is Lever

Thank you for me being able to see where they are all buried.

Do you know anything else about her and her family?

Added by agnes mcewan on Jul 04, 2013 2:08 PM
agnes mcewan
Ekiza Palmer (Lever)

I see that we have the above name on a gravestone (re ancestry. Eliza is my Great Aunt and her maiden name is Lever

Thank you for me being able to see where they are all buried.

Do you know anything else about her and her family?

Added by agnes mcewan on Jul 04, 2013 2:08 PM
Chris Dolby
Samuel Davidson Wilson
My grandfather (Thomas Duff Wilson) was Samuel's younger brother. They also had a younger brother called Allan and a younger sister Mary. Their father died when he was only 33 in 1899 in Dundee of cerebral meningitis and they were then brought up by their grandmother Janet Wilson because their mother was poorly. Their mother, Isabella Henderson Wilson née Duff died in Perth in January 1918.
Samuel married Georgina Robertson in Dundee on December 31st 1906.
I know that they emigrated from Dundee at some point after this but I don't have any information regarding that.
I hope this information helps with the history of your Scottish ancestors from Dundee.
The website Scotlandspeople is invaluable for all family history records.
I hope this reaches you alright and you can put the pieces of the family history together.

Added by Chris Dolby on Jun 24, 2013 11:17 AM
Jean rollo
Anna M Johnson
Hello: This is the Rollo's from Massachusetts How are you connected to Anna M Johnson because she is my Wife's Swedish Grandmother who was layed to rest in Malden Cemetery. Michael Rollo
Added by Jean rollo on Feb 12, 2013 7:15 AM
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