|Jim Wigglesworth (#47589255)|
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Researching the Wigglesworth and Manthorne surnames.|
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Hi Jim, can I get permission to use your pic of Boylston Church? Also did you have a photo of Harvey Osbourne ANDREWS? I am searching my husbands line. from connecticut to manchester over to guysborough. can't even remember now if there was a pic of Harvey's headstone.
Added by Elizth on Jun 23, 2015 2:46 PM
I am looking for information on Manthornes in Beach Meadows, NS
|Linda Chaggaris||Family of John D. Morine|
You are missing two children from your list on Find A Grave:
Edgar Seymour Morine, born 14 Sep 1853 in Port Medway, NS; died in 1985... perhaps in California. He was a Master Mariner certified at the age of 21 (Cert. 836) 17 October 1874, and again certified (Cert. 1473) 7 July 1880 at the age of 26.
He married Kate Snow - date unknown as yet. I have a photo for him if you want to post this additional information I will pull it up.
The second child missing is
Daniel Griffin Morine, born 16 October 1856 in Port Medway, and died 11 Sept 1917 in San Francisco, California. He also was a Master Mariner, certified 11 Nov 1886 at the age of 30 (Cert. 2362). He married Minnie Cameron, had two known children: Nancy and Charles A.
Daniel's naturalization papers were dated 18 October 1898 in NY.
The father John D. Morine was also a Master Mariner but his papers cannot be found. One of his ships was lost and he gave up the sea and became a store owner in Port Medway.
|Richard Morine||Eunice Drucilla Morine Turner|
Jim, I found that you have a duplicate memorial for Eunice Drucilla Morine Turner, #94457136. The earlier dated memorial is by Linzy, dated Apr 04, 2009, #35515197.
|thescribe40||Pleasant Hill Cemetery|
Street address is 593 Sackville Drive
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia
|Liam Park||Park(e) Graves in Port Medway NS|
Hi Jim and greetings from Georgia.
I noticed that you have posted a number of "Park(e)" graves from Port Medway NS Canada. I believe that my family is related: e.g. My great grandfather, Robert, was born in Liverpool NS Canada and was one of 15 children. His father, James Parke, was a ship operator (wife Sarah de Caen) who taught school in Port Medway.
Would appreciate any info or helpful information.
My "Parke's" were native to Armagh, Ireland.
|JK||Lakeside Cemetery, Osakis, MN|
I do some volunteer work for both the Douglas County Cemetery Association and the Douglas County Historical Society. I'm also a Find a Grave contributor.
Just yesterday it came to my/our attention that Lakeside Cemetery is actually in Todd County. The city of Osakis IS in Douglas County, Lakeside Cemetery is NOT.
Here is a link to a map that shows the location of Lakeside Cemetery – the County Line is the dotted/dashed line (8th Ave E). Douglas to the west of line, Todd to the East.
Can you make the correction to your entries for this cemetery? Thanks so much.
Added by JK on May 03, 2013 12:29 PM
|Elizabeth Brown||RE: Eldred S GLAWSON grave marker|
You are very welcome!
|Laura Irwin||Manthorne - Ipswich, MA|
Hi Jim - I've added photos for the memorials you set up for the Manthornes at Locust Grove Cemetery in Ipswich, MA. Hope these are helpful!
|Laura Irwin||Manthorne - Locust Grove, Ipswich (MA)|
Hi Jim - I found the two Manthorne graves you had requested from Locust Grove Cemetery in Ipswich, MA. While there, I also found several other Manthornes. I am happy to add photos if you would like to create memorials. They are: Lettie M. Manthorne (1884-1895 - this was right next to Lewis and Johanna, so I assume she was their daughter), Letitia M. Manthorne (1876-1947), Anna M. Manthorne (1896-1961), Theodore J. Manthorne (1911-1978), and Mary C. Manthorne (1893-1983). I also found John Ambrose Manthorn (without the e on the end; son of John and Mary Manthorn) who was born in Beach Meadows, N.S. I saw others of your requests were from Nova Scotia, so I assume also that this may be a relation. He was born Oct. 24, 1854, Died Mar. 4, 1914. Hopefully these will help you!
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