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|Mike B.||RE: William Robbins Corp VT|
If he is buried in Cold Harbor. You have to go through Find A Grave. The U. S. Veterans Affairs posted the Memorial. I took the picture of his headstone. Good luck
Added by Mike B. on May 31, 2015 6:20 PM
|ckg||RE: Mary Adams|
Yes, sorry the stone is not the best quality. Also, I noticed there were other Marble family members nearby as well as Adams, though Adams is a very popular name in that area!
Added by ckg on Oct 29, 2012 12:21 PM
|Bruce Speck||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome. I'm glad I could assist you.
|Tracy Bryant||RE: Ichabod Perry & Family|
I'd love to chat--I haven't met many other Perry descendants who are into genealogy. Stephen and Martha were my great-great-great-grandparents. I am descended from their daughter Elvira. I'll be happy to share what information I have.
There is a strange legend that was recorded about Ichabod that appears to be totally false: he was supposed to have been a soldier (British or American) who fought in the battle of 1812, deserted and was found half-starved behind a log by a Machias farmer. He was supposed to have married the farmer's daughter, Mercy Foss. It's a great story, but a trip to the graveyard showed that around that time, he had children by his wife Paulina. Also, the only Mercy Foss I've found was born sometime around 1812. There is no support for this tale whatever, but it has been passed down in the family for a few generations. Have you ever heard anything about this? I'd love to know how it got started.