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Mr. Lucas is an attorney in Bellevue, Washington. He licensed to practice law in Washington, Colorado, and Idaho, and is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, the United States District Court for both the Western and Eastern Districts of Washington, the United States District and Bankruptcy Court for the District of Idaho, the United States Court of Appeals, the United States Court of International Trade, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Supreme Court.|
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I am unable to add Janet's parent's to her memorial since I am not the administrator for her memorial. The only person I am aware of that can do this is the person in charge of her memorial. Sorry.
|Sara||Wethersfield Village Cemetery Wethersfield CT|
In addition to your photo requests I also took several other Demings...not assuming that you are related to every Deming in this cemetery..but I came across a few. I retook ones that already had a gravestone photo on their memorial page...some of the photos were taken with shadows on the inscription and are difficult to read.
Here are the extra ones I took:
Ann Deming d 1711
William Deming d 1788 (it says son of Charles & Ann on the Hale Listings...but son of Josiah & Lois on the Tillotson survey..I think that one has the correct parents)
Lois Deming d 1838
Huldah Deming May d 1843
Levi Deming d 1848
Sarah Deming d 1844
Allyn Deming d 1847
Patience Deming d 1834
Allyn Deming d 1821
Roswell Deming d 1800
Abel Deming d 1820
Mary Deming d 1811
Sarah Deming Barbour d 1863
Josiah Deming d 1809
Josiah Deming d 1798
The last two..Josiah Deming d 1815 and Susannah his wife...I found on a gravestone with just their names on it...no dates and nothing on the back side. It looks like an old stone...but I'm not sure if it is an original or was replaced by some descendants. (On the Tillotson survey..I'm not sure if you've seen it..from 1899 it states
"In memory of Capt Josiah Deming who died on his passage from Savannah Sept 6, 1805 aged 46 years. Also of Mrs Susannah wife of Capt Josiah Deming who died June 26th 1808 aged 44 years". So obviously there was a gravestone at one point but it looks like it is gone now...not sure of the difference in death years 1805 versus 1815...but maybe there was a typo.
There is a military stone for Josiah next to it...will post them soon.
It is a very nice cemetery...quite large...an old section and newer sections...still in use today.
Let me know if I can be of further help,
Added by Sara on Sep 14, 2014 8:09 PM
|David ||Lemuel Deming|
Lemuel & Hannah Deming's photo are already in the system.
Added by David on Sep 03, 2014 7:48 PM
|Steve & Catherine Shelton||Ellen Cantwell|
My hubby and I photographed this headstone Sunday, but in looking at the existing photo, I am probably not going to add mine. This gravesite is very heavily shaded, and the ones we took are darker than the ones posted.
I had also thought to try again in fall or winter, when some of the leaves have fallen, but I noticed that had already been done.
Steve & I will try again soon, as early as we can get into Oakdale this Sunday. I have to work around his schedule, as I injured both feet & ankles back in April, as I don't drive yet, and navigating terrain such as is in Oakdale is tricky.
We haven't given up yet, and if a better shot can be found we will do our best to get it.
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