|Christopher Brooks (#47624489)|
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I'm a Certified Genealogist whose primary focus for 20+ years has been a regional one-name study of the Brooks families of early New England. I maintain a website to share this information at tributaries.us and am in the endless process of preparing a book on the descendants of Capt. Thomas Brooks, who died at Concord, MA in 1667. A secondary focus for even longer has been the old Willow Cemetery in Franconia, NH, which I first visited in 1968. Results of an historical/archaeological survey I did there at the request of the town in 2002 are available at http://www.tributaries.us/willowindex.htm.|
Corrections and additions, whether to FAG memorials I manage or to the Tributaries web site, are always appreciated.
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|Yvonne Gowen||RE: Brooks burial ground, Sanford ME|
I appreciate that you informed me that all of this small family burial ground has been photographed.
Thank-you, so very much.
|Craig Evans||Lemuel Barrett|
Thank you for uploading the nice photo of his grave stone!
|Phyllis and Larry||Alfred Brooks|
Christopher - I have linked Alfred's wife, Eliza with him. Thank you for all the work you are doing on the Brooks family. I am descended from Samuel Brooks who came from the Catskills with his wife, Elizabeth, by oxen to Ohio.
|A Helper||RE: Sally H. Brooks|
I hope they were satisfactory.
Added by A Helper on Oct 12, 2013 8:39 AM
|Carole||RE: Anna Drew|
I was just cleaning up some grave records, and saw that you had asked for a photo years ago - sorry.
Added by Carole on Sep 29, 2013 5:20 PM
Thank you so much for the photos of the Dexter headstones! We appreciate your time in doing this. With out your photos, we would not have ever seen them!!!
Have a great day, Trish
|SusanE||RE: Abel/Mary Brooks|
You're very welcome.
Added by SusanE on Sep 20, 2013 5:42 PM
|Cheshire||RE: Hyde family photos|
So glad to help. Happy researching!
Added by Cheshire on Aug 24, 2013 6:12 AM
|Lizzy Faire||RE: Fred Mayhew|
Thanks for looking. Fred Mayhew was born to Catholic Québecois parents named Mailloux who moved to New Hampshire. Many French Anglicized their names when they moved, I suppose, to make life easier for their children. Strangely enough, the woman he married, my great-aunt, was also a Mailloux. Oh well, I've yet to track down their children, I'll keep working away.
Thank you for all your valuable work.
I just wanted to thank you so much for your efforts to locate the Cogley graves. I totally understand what a difficult task it must have bee. and thank you so much for the attempt.
Added by lizyt on Aug 15, 2013 3:50 PM
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