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|I have always loved history, and when I began researching my family tree, I learned to love history even more. I am glad that my husband and children enjoy walking in cemeteries and hunting down headstones with me. I grew up believing that my family had been in the U.S. for only a few generations, but as I found documents, I was thrilled to find out they have been here back into the 1600's. I enjoy sharing what info I have found and collaborating with fellow researches.|
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|Ida Richardson||RE: Ainsa, Frank and Evelyn|
You are welcome! It was my pleasure to have been able to help with your photos.
|Squeak||re: Harry and Selma Shaul|
I have added the information you have emailed to me regarding their names and dates. Thanks very much!
Added by Squeak on Dec 14, 2013 12:20 PM
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: David Hughes grave|
You're most welcome!!
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Thank You|
Thank you for your kind message. You're very welcome! It's an honor for me to be doing this for our veterans and their family's. Happy Holidays to you and yours.
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Cecelia's / Robert's grave|
You're very welcome and glad I was able to help you out.
|Linda||RE: Ebenezer Jackson|
I believe the one who fought in the Revolution was the grandson of this Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer Jackson Jr and Abigail Tyler. He was b. 14 April 1750; d. 12 May 1801 of smallpox. He is buried in the Cornwall Smallpox cemetery. You can find him listed in "Abstract Graves of Revolutionary Patriots."
Added by Linda on Nov 16, 2013 9:11 AM
|Dick Pearson||Revolutionary War Vet J. Jackson|
In the same line of Jackson graves there is a stone of who appears to be Elisabeth's husband. The inscription indicates he died in 1818 and that he was a Revolutionary War soldier. If this would be of interest to you I'd be glad to send the photo of the headstone.
|G. Brownstone||RE: Mary Peet grave photo|
Your Very Welcome !
|Julie A Raupp||RE: Burtch,Sarah and Harry|
You are very welcome!
Will check and see if Saint Peter & Paul is open. They usually close and lock the gates in winter.
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