|Lloyd Dalton||RE: Thanks!|
You are welcome, Rick. Lexington Flats Cemetery is less that 400 miles from my house.... Actually 6 miles. :0)
|Kenneth White||RE: Washburns|
glad to help.
Can't remember if I already contacted you about this or not, but thanks SO MUCH for the photo of Louis Mastrantonio's grave. It is very much appreciated and you did a great job!
Added by maserin on Apr 01, 2013 11:07 AM
|Dale & Patti||RE: Clevelands|
Hi Rick - I pulled that date from the cemetery's database which is online at www.mthopebgr.com.
Checked his DOB and my mistake.I have corrected it to 1945.
Added by Tony on Mar 10, 2013 1:53 PM
Thank you very much for the photo of his gravestone marker.
Added by Tony on Mar 10, 2013 1:49 PM
Thank You for the photo and your time
|Ed Poulin||Sarah Parrott Fletcher|
The parents and maiden name I listed were probably speculative on my part from long ago. I do not actually know her parents and will make the correction to the note. I did find one site that suggests she was Sarah Fisk, born 18 Jun 1746 in Concord MA and this would make her the daughter of Jonathan and Sarah Fisk. The note in the cemetery list would contradict that date so i don't really know what is correct. Any thoughts?
|Ed Poulin||Sarah Parrott Fletcher |
The information about her birth place and arrival in Norridgewock actually comes from a listing for the cemetery found at:
Click on "Cemetery Records" and then click on the link for records 1183-1476 for Bingham Cemetery. Her record is 1233. Where that information was originally obtained I don't know. The link gave the birth as 1739 and death as 1831. The details for birth come from the Westford Vital Records and these can be found at:
I am not certain where the death date came from but I probably got it from Ancestry.com. I don't have a subscription anymore so I can't check.
|Christine S||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome, I'm happy to help out!
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