|Victoria Eastman (#47547391)|
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|Hello, I live in Milo in Piscataquis County, Maine. Surrounding communities include Brownville Jct., Brownville, Orneville, LaGrange, Medford, Sebec, Bowerbank, Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford and Dexter. Perhaps I could find who you are looking for in any of these communities. Hope I can help!|
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|KE Tuttle||RE: Tuttle Family in America|
|KE Tuttle||RE: Tuttle Family in America|
I was not aware of this update but would love to be in on helping with it.
My family had something to do with the book. I have a soft back copy at my house with my father's notes inside (Vol. II is on my desk). It had a few omissions and errors but Dad used it for a lot of his direction.
Please email me direct so we can communicate better. Thanks!
|KE Tuttle||RE: Tuttle?|
I have a line going back to Enos Tuttle who was also a patriot. His family was in CT and arrived on the Plantar in early MA. I am a member of DAR but have not completed the papers yet on Enos.
Good luck with your search. If you want to email me at email@example.com, we might coordinate a little more.
Victoria, Thank you for posting the photos of John and Emeline's children. In the process of requesting the photos I realized that my Hodgkins records have not been transferred to my computer files and your photos have provided the motivation to get things up to date with this branch of the family.
You asked about the 3 children of Charles and Sara who all died in 1882. I have always had a soft spot for them. I'm not sure I have anything more than their dates of death. I can only imagine there was some sort of epidemic in the area at that time. If I find any more information in my records I will let you know. I also have a 2 volume history of Milo that may be helpful, but I can only locate one of the volumes right now - may have loaned the other to my mother and perhaps it will show up there.
Thank you again.
Added by kdkb on Jan 06, 2012 6:11 AM
|kdkb||John and Emeline Hodgkins photo requests|
Once again thank you so very much for the photo you took to fulfill my request. This is the family of my paternal grandfather. You mentioned several small stones around John and Emeline for Julia Edward Burton and Leonard. These should be their children. Leonard already has a memorial on Find A grave, I will enter memorials for the others and request photos. I'm glad to hear you enjoy this. Quite frankly so do I. So far we have only had one snow storm her in MA and that was in October and since it has been a warm winter I've been able to do some graving. I hope you are not risking frostbite to get these photos!
Added by kdkb on Jan 04, 2012 3:22 PM
Thank you so much for photographing and posting the photos of the Hodgkins family in Evergreen Cemetery in Milo. I visited Milo several years ago and I did photograph the marker, but it has been misplaced. I really appreciate your efforts.
Added by kdkb on Jan 03, 2012 4:59 AM
|Dean Lillis||JOHN SAMPSON GRAVE MARKER PHOTO|
THANK YOU FOR TAKING TIME OUT, TO TAKE A PHOTO OF JOHN SAMPSON'S GRAVE MARKER. I APPRECIATE YOUR EFFORTS.
|J and K||RE: Harvey Tuttle|
You're welcome! I discovered that there were two records for Harvey Tuttle and the memorial you requested the photo for was the newer one. Since that's a duplicate it's been removed, but I put the same photo on the original record and you can find that here:
Hope that doesn't cause any problems for you.
Added by J and K on Dec 11, 2011 4:57 PM
I found where Mrs. Stoddard is buried. Perhaps, you've already found the gravestone this afternoon. In case you haven't found it, it's in the new section, facing the back, it's the second lane from the right. Going up the lane from the front it is the fifth row up on the left. She is buried with her Gould family. It is a flat stone,right next to it is an upright that says "Will". Hope this helps. In the front of this section is a small white cemetery sign, close to the road, that reads 33 & 78.
Added by Angela on Dec 02, 2011 12:37 PM
I'm sorry I can't remember where I found the gravestone. Wish I could have been of more help to you.
Added by Angela on Nov 22, 2011 4:04 AM
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