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|I've always loved wandering through old cemeteries, and wondering about the lives of those who were buried there. Now I'm excited about taking photos of those stones before they crumble and that bit of history is lost.|
I've also been researching my family history for many years, and am working on finding the final resting place of the members of my family "forest".
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|rickb||Ida Luthera Martin Holt|
Sorry for the delay in answering your question... I have searched high and low, but ironically I cannot find anything that specifically states her middle name is Luthera. I was positive that I had some documentation but can't find it now. The birth certificate actually says Ida L. Martin so technically she doesn't have a middle name. Most of her documents don't give even list a middle initial. Wish I could be more helpful... I am curious, how is she related to you....
Added by rickb on May 02, 2014 9:44 PM
|Donna Meinscher Estes||RE: William Bishop|
Debbie email me at my email address on my Find A Grave page. I can tell you more about abt the Bishop family tree and share info if you want it. We can then see how you are related to my hubby. BTW William is first cousin 4x removed, sorry I did not put that first time. You are closer and need to keep him.
|Donna Meinscher Estes||William Bishop|
My husband's first cousin. You did not mention that you only transfer within Find A Grave guidelines, so I was hoping you would honor my request.
|AEM||South Bridgton, Maine cemetery|
You posted his grave in Find A Grave. Who might be able to provide information concerning this person buried at South Bridgton? He is Asahel (or Acel) Foster, b. 16 June 1749 in Danvers, Massachusetts, d. 20 February 1820. He appears to have served in the War for Independence. I need to document his service.
Added by AEM on Jan 04, 2014 2:36 PM
Debbie sorry I was so slow to add info to these graves. I was just going through old emails and found yours. In adding the town of Canaan the only option is in Somerset County. If Canaan was ever in Kennebec County the system does not show it. I am not familiar with this area or the formations of counties.
|Whitefield Historical Society||Oakman F Glidden|
I've linked Hiram to his parents. Before I read your second message, I figured out what I had done incorrectly. You're right, and I have written to Edit to ask them to mark it as a cenotaph. At first glance I thought I'd created a duplicate record of yours and was aghast. But all will be well as soon as Edit does its thing.
|Bill and Elaine Schrock||Emery Glidden in Masonic|
I have been trying to clean up the duplicates in the Masonic Cemetery and appreciate you letting me know about the one for Emery Glidden. I sent a request to the admins to delete the dupe, since I can't do it myself.
I appreciate the time that you took to obtain the photos for Levi & Lydia HAYES and their daughter Sarah GOWEN.
The photos are great and thank-you, so very much !!!
|Mel Fletcher||Andrew Glidden|
Living in Canada doesn't allow me access to the book "The Descendants of Charles Glidden"
I'm wondering if you could do a lookup for me?
Specifically, I'm looking for Andrew Glidden who Married Sally Fairfield 27 April 1820 in China, Kennebec, Maine
|Lyn Sudlow||Sarah Libby in Hillside Cem., LImerick|
Debbie, I received this info on Sarah Libby. I hope you can add it to Sarah Libby's record.
Stephen Libby's wife, Sarah, Memorial# 93362899
was born 31 Aug 1793 in Standish, Cumberland Co., ME. Her maiden name was Sarah C. Chase. She was the daughter of Joseph and Olive (Woodman) Chase.
Allen E. Humphries
John Libby Family Association
Board of Directors
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