|Roger Hunt (#47507875)|
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I am actively researching the following surnames in Vermont,New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Washington, Saratoga and Rensselaer Counties in New York.|
While I live in Northern Vermont, most of my visits are in the Cambridge/Hoosick/Mechanicville, New York area (Wood/Kipp), Franklin County Mass. (Hunt) and Bennington County Vermont.
If you are looking for someone in particular send me a note and I'll see what I can do.
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|Linda Hiross||Timothy G. Hunt|
Hi Roger...I notice the name of Timothy's wife was not included in his obituary; I am a researcher with the Stetson Kindred of America and am wondering if you would be able to provide that info for our lineage records, which we are always in the process of updating? Please feel free to respond via e-mail for privacy purposes. I am Linda (Hiross) Brooks, Corporate Secretary of the Stetson Kindred of which your mother was a member at one time. So sorry to learn of the passing of your father and Tim. My e-mail is email@example.com...hope to hear from you...
|Brian Hunt||Hunt Family|
I see you thanked Ephraim Hunt Sr my great grandfather times 9 for coming to America! I do the same as well. I recently been looking up family history and found that out he was the first to come and stay. He came over in 1639 with his dad Enoch Hunt jr. His dad went back to england. Ephraim worked as a shipwrecker. He got married twice and had 6 kids with the two marriages. In his first marriage my great grand father times 8 is his son Ephraim Hunt Jr. I have info on Ephraim Hunt Sr's dad and grandfather thats far back as I go in hunt family history.
|Lynn J. Gauthier||RE: Tim Hunt Find A Grave Memorial# 143227561|
I have just transferred his Find A Grave memorial over to your care. I know his Find A Grave page will be in "good hands". Also a nice photo you added to his page.
|A Moore||RE: Edward Ingham Wood - Stillwater|
Stillwater union cemetery is where the burials are. I emailed the the section,lot and grave number within the cemetery. i emailed the specific location through find a grave's website using the "submit a correction" link on each persons records. It may have seemed cryptic because i have added locations for over 3000 people in the past 3 months and having to explain this to every person with submissions gets to be tedious. You don't need to worry about any cemetery locations or any such info. On each persons profile record is a link for plot information that only the creator of the record can change. That is why you received the email.
Added by A Moore on Jun 26, 2013 6:32 PM
|Heidi ||Agnes Galusha|
Agnes is my great grandmother too :-)
Added by Heidi on Apr 03, 2013 12:42 PM
|Eric Weber||RE: South Hawley Cemetery|
Hi, Roger. I hiked in a mile and a half from the east to the cemetery over a demolished road. Tropical Storm Irene a year ago yesterday washed away all the roads in the Dubuque State Forest, which surrounds the cemetery. There are two young Massachusetts DCR guys working to rebuild the 15-20 miles of roads in the forest, almost from the bedrock up, with one small bulldozer and one small dump truck hauling gravel at about an hour per round trip. They were hard at work when I stopped to chat with them, but it will take them months and months to open the forest again. I don't know whether they'll finish before winter, but the good news is that it WILL eventually reopen.
|Anonymous||Photo of Susan Adams headstone|
Thanks so much for the picture.
|Deborah Harris||levi holden|
thank you for the photo
|Sandra Jastrzemski||Mary Hunt grave stone|
Hi Roger I recieve a message from find a grave saying that you added a photo for Mary hunt but there was no photo attached please forward if you do have a photo Thank You,
|Kevin Avery||Henry and Emily Hunt|
Thanks so much for the photos of their stones in South Hawley. I was able to finally figure out who Emily was, and connected her to her parents.
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