|William Dinsmore (#47457096)|
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|DGB||Nathaniel Cheever, 14407056|
I know you posted this 10 months ago but...
I am sorry, but I think the Danvers birth you posted for this Nathaniel Cheever, 14407056, is incorrect. I found his gravestone listing date of death in 1813, supported by his obit which I posted on his F-a-G memorial. Both list his age as 35 (or 36) at death. He has a death vital record in Salem under the name Chever.
The above matches a baptism VR in Salem for Nathaniel, son of Daniel & Sarah. This means his parents in Find-a-Grave are incorrect as well, sorry again.
If you agree, would you please remove the photo you posted of a Danvers birth VR?
I've posted Nathaniel's' bio below, fyi.
Thanks and sorry again.
Nathaniel was the son of Daniel and Sarah and was baptized on 6 Sep 1778. He married Abigail Hutchinson on 15 Jan 1804. Nathaniel died at the age of 35 or 36 of consumption. All in Salem. (Salem birth Vital Record as “Cheever”, marriage and death as “Chever”.)
His obit seems to mistakenly report that his widow was Elizabeth Dove.
Probate reports that Capt. Nathaniel was a mariner. His widow was Abigail, and William Hutchinson was executor.
Added by DGB on Oct 30, 2015 7:53 PM
|Joseph Mann||Elaine Wills|
Please change the cemetery location of Elaine Wills (139413934) to St. Bernard Memorial Gardens, Chalmette, LA.
There is no New Orleans Cemetery.
Hit the edit button on the memorial you want to manage and request a transfer, as I don't know which memorial you're referring to.
I figured it out. Benjamin was married 3x. First to Mina, then Minnie Doane, then Carrie! If you'd like to add the plot, it's Mulberry Ave. (to your memorials). Also, if you want to add the relationship links, maybe that will make things clearer, but it's up to you. Thanks for adding the portraits. The memorials look very nice.
|Jan Franco||RE: Fanny Dissmore 8445305|
This was taken from the photo, plus an early written transcription of Copps Hill. Sorry, I don't have any further information.
|Thomas A Hawkins||Fanny Dissmore|
I found a original transcript of Fannies tombstone & have added info & a transfer for your care :^)