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my spelling, should be shoales. larry
Incidently, one of my relatives, Frederick Wales married a Laura Shoals, b. 8/18/1816, on 3/7/1843. also, there are Shoals in Brown Cemetery in Plymouth.
|Larry Wales||RE: Browning|
You are welcome, there were some other Brownings nearby, and in front of this stone, and I added those along with their pictures, larry.
You're very welcome. I'm glad that I could fill one of your Hazelton requests. Unfortunately, I could only find a stone for Thaddeus. My guess is that Mary is buried near him. It took a little digging to find him and I was lucky that the cemetery had been mowed this summer. Normally it is full of pricker bushes and weeds.
Added by Nancy on Oct 01, 2011 5:00 PM
|rbutler0415||RE: Tillinghast WG078|
You are quite welcome. Although we had visited that cemetery several years ago in our quest to GPS locate all 155 historic cemeteries in West Greenwich, WG078 is one that we have returned to on occasion. My wife, Charlene is a Tillinghast descendant, and there are a number of Tillinghast cemeteries in town.
Sorry that the picture quality is not quite as good as we would like. The sun was spotty at best, and we did not bring cutting tools to remove the grass near the stones. The cemetery is 1/3 mile off the main road there, and gets very little traffic.
When I get back there & finish clearing the weeds & grass, if the day is a sunny one, I will re-shoot to see if I can produce a better shot for you.
I have placed photo & bio of the "other" Harriet Morley on Find A Grave and she is daughter of Gad & Experience Morley. (1831-1905)
Added by LDR on Mar 16, 2011 5:12 PM
I did go back this morning and there is a large space next to George Morley stone but no marker. So when I go to the office next time, I will inquire as to where she is buried. Perhaps she was buried next to George but no one put a marker there. I will know for sure once I visit the office. I only live 2 blocks from cemetery so I usually walk there for exercise. No one talks to me once I get there, but I have alot of company! :>)
Added by LDR on Mar 15, 2011 9:19 AM
George was in section X near Alva & Eliza, Frank & H Clara, however the Harriet I found was in section FF along with numerous other Morleys. I did take a photo of all the Morleys around Harriet and will be putting them up, but not tonight. If you look at the George Morley photo at bottom, you will see a tree behind his stone. Alva, Eliza, Frank & Clara Morely are on the other side of the tree and facing opposite direction. I did not see Harriet near George. I really didn't look for Harriet near George cause I thought the Harreit in FF was your Harriet. I'll take another look near George next time I go there.
Added by LDR on Mar 14, 2011 6:52 PM
I did find a Harriet Morley in section FF but the dates on stone are 1831-1905. Do you want me to attach the photo to your Harriet with different dates? She was the only Harriet in that section
Added by LDR on Mar 14, 2011 6:15 PM
Please establish a memorial for harreit & request photo so it is up for photo when taken. I will look for George in FF section. Perhaps he is there.
Added by LDR on Mar 14, 2011 10:04 AM
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