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Judy Boehm (#47795195)
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JP Rayder
RE: Old Brick Cemetery
Hi Judy
There are readable flat markers,I would guess about 20 to 30 items hard to tell,In the fall when there is litter grass and before the cleves fall, I will recheck the section
If you would like I could E-mail some photos I have tacken.
JP

Added by JP Rayder on Aug 10, 2014 3:52 PM
JP Rayder
Old Brick Church
Hi Judy
I went over the entire section that is called Church Hill in Evergreens Cemetery part of the section is from the Old Brick Church, I didn't see the flat marker for William Adams because most of the flat markers can't be read there are still some that can be, I will recheck this area the next time I have a photo request at Evergreens, hopeful the sections grass will be mowed to smaller see-able area.....JP
Added by JP Rayder on Aug 10, 2014 2:15 PM
Margie Hinton
RE: Ruth (Flood) Hill
Thanks again Judy.

I found that Ruth Flood, b. 20 April 1761 in Raymond, Rockingham County, New Hampshire married Thomas Hill on 31 July 1810 in Hopkinton, NH. She was most likely a second or later wife.

Her brother, my ancestor, Richard Flood had already married Jerusha Rich and moved to Chatham, Connecticut.

Their sister, Rhoda Flood, b. 26 September 1750 in Raymond, NH, married Samuel Nutt on 24 November 1802 as his third wife; - I don't know where they lived.

I have not located two of Ruth's sisters - twins, Eunice b. 1767 and Emma b. 1767. There was another unnamed child.

I am getting close, but not yet found all the family.

It doesn't appear to me from the information I found that any of the rest of the family lived in Hopkinton, NH. What do you think?

Families scatter when the children marry - especially when they marry later in life.

If you can find anything in the Rev. War records, please let me know - I would be delighted.

Thanks again, Margie
Added by Margie Hinton on Jun 25, 2012 11:14 AM
Margie Hinton
Ruth (Flood) Hill
Thank you, Judy. Thank you, Thank you so very much for taking the photo of the marker for Thomas and Ruth Hill.

After researching for my New England ancestory - mainly the Flood family - since the 1940s when I was in my teens, at last my Flood family is coming together. I may not know much about Ruth or her life except her birth, who she married and her death date, but I am getting closer.

I do appreciate you taking the time and effort to do this on my behalf.

Thanks again, Margie Hinton in California (at 80, I would never be able to get to New Hampshire.)
Added by Margie Hinton on Jun 24, 2012 3:35 PM
Wendy
Brill
Jdy...thank you so much for the photos of the Brills. You really went above and beyond for me and I appreciate it more than I can tell you...Sincerely, Wendy
Added by Wendy on Jun 08, 2012 11:42 PM
Meagan Annis
RE: Grafton Center, Grafton NH
Yes, I would be glad to see the photos of Jesse Pierce and his wife. I don't know much information about his wife, so a memorial page may need to be made for her. I appreciate your help! Thank you!
Added by Meagan Annis on May 01, 2012 6:06 PM
 

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