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Marcia Green (#47412169)
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RE: Memorial# 70378427
SO very sorry--I must have typed NH instead of NJ in my notes. All the records I have seen indicate New Jersey for his birth. Thanks so much for pointing out my mistake. I am on my way to correct it now.
Added by skye on Jun 09, 2015 4:39 PM
Brad Campbell
RE: Picture of gravestone John A. Green
I am glad to provide the photo. I also added the caption with the inscription. I posted the same photo to Phoebe's site. Do you know if her name is spelled with the "o" or not? The cemetery records indicate there is not one. I can't tell for certain from the picture, but it seems there are only five letters in the first name, and none look like an O. It is not uncommon for cemetery records to be wrong, and the same for headstones, unfortunately. And Find a Grave sites are rife with mistakes in name spellings, usually in favor of common spellings over those which may be unique.

Added by Brad Campbell on May 17, 2014 7:03 AM
Brad Campbell
RE: Averill correction
Mary Averill Hurchinson's son. Sorry for the confusion. You can disregard that reference if you like. It is am interesting bit of Averill history.
Added by Brad Campbell on May 07, 2014 10:23 AM
Brad Campbell
Averill correction
Hi Marcia,
I deleted the memorial I created for William as there was already one for him in the French cemetery. I have linked it through comments attached to his mother's bio.

Added by Brad Campbell on May 07, 2014 9:51 AM
Brad Campbell
RE: Photos for Averill, John W.
Hi Marcia,
It is a pleasure. I also added photographs for all the Averills located near Captain John W. I also created two memorials, one for Mary J. Averill Hutchinson and her son, killed in WW1. He is buried in France but there is a poignant memorial next to Mary's in Evergreen. I included photographs for each of them as well.

Added by Brad Campbell on May 07, 2014 9:22 AM
s schmidt
RE: Almira R. Lyon Davis
Almira's death certificate is on-line. At Then go to advanced search and use that link for death certificates.
Added by s schmidt on Sep 16, 2013 4:39 PM

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