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Mrs. H (#47601767)
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Bio Photo I live in the middle of the state of New Hampshire, in Salisbury. I prefer to keep to the small and forgotten cemeteries a couple times a week, since I am disabled and tire easily.
Let me know who and where, I will do my best to find them for you. Thank you and take care.

Due to health issues, as of December 2012,I am no longer able to go to the cemeteries. But if you need some research done for Salisbury, I maybe able to help you. Just leave me a message. Thank you for understanding!
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 • 81 Memorials Added
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The Sutton history lists her dob as Feb 27, 1796, born in Sutton. Dau of Abraham Peaslee and Martha Bean.
I think we have emailed before. Email me directly.
Added by MyrnaCT on Sep 05, 2013 10:18 AM
Her name was Dorothy Peaslee Stevens, wife of Daniel Stevens. They married Jan 25, 1815.
This is from the Salisbury town history. Do you have a copy? Lots of info there.
Myrna in WI
Added by MyrnaCT on Sep 05, 2013 10:11 AM
Maplewood Cemetery in Salisbury, NH
I was wondering if you know who originally posted the Maplewood cemetery in Salisbury to Find A Grave ?
I would like to ask them if they could add info to the cemetery description stating that the Bean/Smith Corners and Stevens/Sawyer cemetery were moved to the Maplewood cemetery in the 1940's due to the Blackwater dam project...
Any info you could provide would be very much appreciated! regards, Ken
Added by KParn on Feb 03, 2013 6:11 AM
thank you
Hi Mrs. H., Thank you for adding the people in the Fellows Cemetary. Also for the photos on some of the memorials. They are my relatives. We appreciate it very much. Hugs, Melissa
Added by melissaღ on Oct 09, 2012 5:33 PM
Thank you for taking Rozilla and Richard Morey headstone photos. I hadn't noticed until now that you had taken them. Daylily
Added by Daylily on May 25, 2012 1:46 PM
John Loverin
Thank you for the information on John Loverin, he is my Great Grandfather. I was born in NH but living in KY it's hard for me to get back home and have the time to investigate. Please keep up the good work and thank you again.

Added by ellen on Feb 16, 2012 6:09 PM
RE: Nathaniel and Hannah Huntoon
Thank you for making the attempt. Sometimes there are no headstones where people are buried. As for claiming the request, most volunteers do the same, as so there is no duplication from another volunteer who may have received the notice, also. So there is no need for redemption. Your volunteering for find a grave is appreciated by so many. I thank you personnaly for all those you have helped.
Added by debbie on Nov 12, 2011 12:32 PM
Kelly Huntoon Sargent
RE: Salisbury NH
Re: the Huntoon's. Thanks so much for all of the adds! Some of the girls are listed with their maiden names and no one is linked together. I can provide you additional information if you like to get all the connections and names updated. If willing, go ahead and send me your email address and I will send over the data! Thanks Kelly Huntoon Sargent.
Added by Kelly Huntoon Sargent on Oct 27, 2011 8:10 PM
Kelly Huntoon Sargent
RE: Salisbury NH
Thanks for all the adds! I'm not looking for anyone in particular there, just trying to connect all the dots!
Added by Kelly Huntoon Sargent on Oct 24, 2011 10:16 PM
Michael Evans
Thank you.
I appreciate your time and energy in finding the memorial for Anson W. Glines.

Added by Michael Evans on Oct 22, 2011 5:01 AM
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