Addicted to genealogy!! Researching the following Adams, Coffey, Porter, Hunter, Cheney, Merry, Scudder, and Whitney families from Maine/Canada/Ireland; and Shaffer, Sommer, Zirkle (& all 39 variations!), Evilsizor, Brunner, Carr, Vernier from Ohio/France/Germany/Ireland. Most memorials I have created are my own family or my husband's family, with the exception of some that I have added to aid my research in Lutheran churches in Ohio.
Alfred Bishop Parsons # 91467745 Thanks, this is the man in the newspaper article. He was my distant cousin. I'll transfer to you, if you like (since you found the cemetery). Otherwise, I'll plan to rewrite, including information from the article.
Donnelly at St. Coleman Cemetery I've been working on this cemetery for about a month, trying to get a photo of every gravestone. I see that you recently posted two photo requests.I have one more section (front right) or about 30% left to photograph. I'm assuming your Donnelly's are in that section. I hope to get the photos for you toward the end of the week. Nancy
Remember Merry The memorial was not in this cemetery when I posted her memorial. I ALWAYS check before I post... Someone had an "unknown" burial for her and moved it after they saw mine....findagrave seriously discourages unknown burials for this very reason!!! It's frustrating, but does not deter me...
Henry Zerkle Please know that it appears that Henry Zerkle is buried in an umarked grave. I have posted a picture of his burial site which lies between a Pvt. Geeting and Robert Clark. Source original cemetery records.
Reads in Attleboro, MA There are two other stones with Deacon Noah Read in Woodlawn Cem., Attleboro, MA; his wife, Abigale who died January 1759 and Betsy daughter of Mr Abel and Mrs. Elisabeth Read who died Oct 15 1795.