|R. Gildersleeve (#47715452)|
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|This is such a great service, and one that I want to support and contribute to. We visit a lot of old cemeteries in Conn. every year.|
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|Tom Hawkins||Fred and Gertrude Shlag|
I found them! I had a chance to stop by the church and after an hour of searching, I found Fred and Gertrude Schlag on the far right of the cemetery with a flat tombstone overgrown with grass. Thanks for your efforts. That cemetery does not seem to have any system for their internments.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for looking for Susanna Cornwell's tombstone. I sure appreciate it.
Thanks so much for his headstone photo.
|AAW||RE: Hannah Buck|
Thanks so much for your efforts looking for Hannah Buck's grave in such terrible weather.
Hannah Buck MAY possibly be the Hannah Wright who married Samuel Buck. (Ancestors of mine). They both lived in the second half of the eighteenth century in that area (around Portland & Middletown CT). Her daughter was Mary Buck Ranney, who is buried in New Albany, Franklin Co. Ohio. I will check to see if we have any other information about Hannah Wright Buck at all, but of course "Hannah Buck" is not an unusual name for that time and place so the grave may not be that of our ancestors anyway.
Added by AAW on Jan 09, 2014 11:43 AM
|Kay||RE: Mary Ann Strickland|
Rick, Just spotted this. Mary Ann, age 25, b. in Chatham, res. Portland, m. Cicero BROWN, mariner, age 24, b. in Chatham, res. Portland, Feb. 6, 1851, by Rev. S. G.W. J. Rankin. From Portland Vital Records ~ Barbour. Ken
Added by Kay on Oct 06, 2013 4:56 PM
|Kay||RE: Capt. Cicero Brown|
Rick, Sorry, all I have on him is they married 6, Feb, 1841. Nothing on the internet I have found although he would be of age for the Civil War. Maybe he was an officer rather than a Sloop Captain. Ken
Added by Kay on Oct 06, 2013 4:49 PM
|colleen leach||thank you|
but unfortunately the annie culver i am looking for is approx. 1864- early 1910's
|Lynn ||RE: Aston headstone|
I hope we did not cause a problem. We appreciate all you do Thank you, Lynn and Al
Added by Lynn on Jul 01, 2013 8:36 AM
|Lynn ||Aston Tombstones|
Thank you so much for your service helping those who are far away! Lynn
Added by Lynn on Jul 01, 2013 8:33 AM
|Mary Shine ( Dubski )||Photo grave|
Thanks so much for taking photo of George F. Slater !!
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