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PAMELA BAKER (#47765654)
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Ralph Howes
RE: Sue Delle Peters Martin
Sue Delle Peters is my great grandmother. I'm not at home right now and can't answer your other questions but will as soon as I can get access to my files. It's great to find a fellow researcher. How are you related?
Added by Ralph Howes on Nov 30, 2014 6:41 PM
Moses Webster
We ran into a groundskeeper willing to help us find unmarked graves and or damaged/destroyed headstones. Moses' was not on the directory but it doesn't mean he isn't there. Message me back if your still interested and I will further investigate. blesssing
-Chrissy Garton
Added by ChrissymaeG13 on Jul 04, 2014 5:20 PM
B Reed
RE: John and Agnes Webster
Hi Pam:

Yes, I would like to know another Lt. Robert descendent. You can share my contact information. Nice to meet you too, Cousin Pam. Bonnie
Added by B Reed on Mar 22, 2014 4:57 PM
B Reed
RE: John and Agnes Webster
Hello Pamela:

I am related to Governor John and wife Agnes (Smith) Webster thru their son Lt. Robert, 1619-1676, and wife Susanna (Treat) Webster (1629-1705).

Added by B Reed on Mar 21, 2014 5:18 PM
Wow- I have found 3 cousins that I did not know existed on Find A grave and now it looks like I've found another. You certainly may give my name. Thank you.
Added by caroline on Mar 21, 2014 11:17 AM
Hi cousin, My line is descended through son Robert--1619-1676-- his daughter Sarah--her daughter Mary Mygatt-her son Aaron Bull-and so forth. They came to NY via CT. This line dies out because my Uncle never had any children and my brothers never married. So sad really because it had a rich history.
Added by caroline on Mar 21, 2014 10:07 AM
Crystal Vannest Danko
RE: Lydia Ashton
No, Lydia's name wasn't on the other side. It appeared that her original monument had deteriorated and crumbled. There was what looked like a base similar to her husbands remaining. Good thing someone placed a new monument to mark her grave. Have a good evening!
Added by Crystal Vannest Danko on Mar 18, 2014 6:49 PM
Crystal Vannest Danko
RE: Isaac A. Webster
No, I'm not related. I'm just a photo volunteer who enjoys country cemeteries and looking for the older monuments. You have some interesting family history. Have a good evening.
Added by Crystal Vannest Danko on Mar 01, 2014 6:22 PM
Crystal Vannest Danko
RE: Isaac A. Webster
Hello! You're quite welcome for the photos. Lydia Webster was not on the other side of Isaac Webster's monument. It appeared that Lydia's original monument had crumbled away over time. Beside of her new monument was what appeared to be what was left of a base of monument similar to Isaac Webster's. Sorry for the shadow in the photo, I didn't realize it until I uploaded it. There is also a new monument for Isaac just like Lydia's, set as a foot stone. Someone is thinking ahead in case his would deteriorate too. Have a good evening.
Added by Crystal Vannest Danko on Mar 01, 2014 3:55 PM
RE: Joseph Boice
You are very welcome. I wish Keziah's stone would have been in better shape. The stone unfortunately has been damaged and it makes it very difficult to read.
Added by RickC on Feb 24, 2014 12:57 PM
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