|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts (#47755371)|
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I've been researching my family for a while. My dad is from the South, my mom from the North. It's been an interesting journey.|
Researching the Drake/Eastman/Smith/Cook line on my mom's side, and the Earp/Trent/Buttry line on my dad's side.
If I have put up a profile of your relative don't hesitate to ask me to transfer it, it's yours really. I only ask that you don't remove any military information from the profile. I was on a quest to find the veterans buried in Weymouth for the historical society in the past, and had posted whatever I was finding. I believe the people at FAG put connection links on profiles for a reason, so when I hear that somebody is refusing to connect a child because they are "old way" of doing things, or are too lazy to do the research that requires a connection, I will create a link. There is responsibility when creating a profile rather than just the glory of finding them, they are family members. And don't be afraid to use any PHOTOS I have posted here on Find-A-Grave! I would never join a sharing community and then not share.
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|James Bianco||Burget edits|
Thanks Jacki! I really appreciate your added details on this important Great Barrington family. I am working currently at a local fair and trying to keep up with my edits, sorry for any delays. Jim
|J. C. Acker||James H. Cutler transfer|
Very much appreciated...thank you!
|J. C. Acker||Walters|
Thanks once again, Jacki... really appreciate all the work you have put into researching and linking these people!
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Saville Family, Mt Auburn|
Jacki, Thanks for your edits on the Saville Family in Mt.Auburn as well as the photos added. I have put in photo request for the sites. Richard
|Peter Cox||Simon Smith d 1813|
You seem to have created 2 memorials to the above at the Holy Cross Church at Hillfarrance in Somerset, England. Perhaps you would like to delete one.
|J. C. Acker||#112493180|
wow, that was quick... thanks so much for the transfer Jacki...
|Khoward||RE: Emma Herbert Lowe 140749713|
Thanks so much for sending me the link to the Mount Auburn Cemetery. As for Emma, she is buried with her sister (Waite) and lived with her for the last few years of her life. Lowe is her maiden name and I never heard of a marriage. Her middle name is H.? I never would have guessed that that stood for Herbert but it must be the case. Her mother's middle name is Plummer, a family name. I will have to find out who the Herberts are. Also thank you for all your work recording the graves there.
Added by Khoward on Sep 07, 2015 8:27 AM
|Jamie Mayhew||RE: Lucy Tucker 146098921|
Jacki, thanks for the reply. Would you happen to have other pictures of the grave site? It's not likely I"ll get across the country any time soon. my email is email@example.com. If you ever need anything out California way, I'd be glad to help.
|Jamie Mayhew||Harry E. Osgood/Lucy Mayhew|
Jacki, I'm not sure if you know anything more about this Find A Grave Memorial# 146098305. Lucy Mayhew was my husband's great grandmother. She was the mother of Harry E. Osgood. I don't know where her first husband, William J. Osgood, is buried but her second husband George R. Mayhew is buried in a family plot in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Harry Osgood also had a wife, Helen Martin, and she doesn't appear to be buried with him. There was also a daughter, Mary Osgood. who lived at least until 1930. It seems strange to find a mother and grown son buried together and neither buried with their spouses.
|Alan Eugene Koch||Melvin and Mary Young|
Thanks for these two also!
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