|Denise||RE: Joseph Brown's parent's|
Wow these Browns can be confusing! lol I think what is confusing is his marriage records says Joseph [jr int.] which would lead you to think he was a son of Joseph. Then the death records, one says 1820, the Essex Antiquarian says 1819, and the headstone has 1818. Calculating the birth date of Feb. 18, 1768 with the death date Sept. 4, 1818 does put him in his 51st year. Sooo I will update his memorial to John and Mary (Nurse) Brown as his parents and change the birth date. John and Mary happen to be buried in the same cemetery so it makes sense for their son being buried there too. Phew!!!
Added by Denise on Jan 01, 2016 11:45 PM
|Denise||RE: Joseph Brown parents|
Hi Alan, I went back to the Lynn, Lynnfield and Danvers Vital Records. I found a lot more information. I wrote it all out on Josephs page. I will remove what doesnt belong as soon as we figure out what is correct.
Did you have he was the son of Joseph and Hannah born Dec. 17, 1766? That does look to make more sense to me after looking at the records.
Let me know what you think and I will update his page. Denise.
Added by Denise on Jan 01, 2016 4:43 PM
|B D||RE: George W Stocker|
Sorry I didn't see this two years ago when you sent it. Are you still there? Still interested?
Added by B D on Sep 14, 2013 11:33 AM
|Jerry Semprevio||RE: Charles L. Tyler|
what cemetery is he buried in?
|Diron Ahlquist||Wm and Lucy Skinner|
I will be uploading photos of the graves of these two you requested which I found in the West Burial Ground in Lynnfield Ma
|Lisa Davis||Micajah Norwood|
I have good news, an official in Swanzey, NH has located the location of this gravestone and I am just waiting to receive the image.
|Elizabeth||RE: Julia Watson|
I changed the date for you. If you would like me to transfer ownership over to you, I would be more than happy to. I am not related to Julia. Let me know.
|snyder_nepa||John W Watson|
Sorry, I have no additional info on John W Watson.
|Chip Rowe||RE: Walter Watson|
The stone to the right of Walter is very difficult to read; I will try to make a rubbing but I can make out "Mary Ann, wife of..." Since all four stones in that row are Watson family seems highly likely Mary Ann is his spouse.
Thank you so much for going back and getting the photo of Ann's headstone. You helped me to discover some information that I didn't know with this picture and Lee and Elsie's picture.
Added by DiaGem on Dec 03, 2011 10:32 PM
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