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|Bruce Filgate||findagrave memorial 61605307|
You requested an edit for Sarah Tarbell Whitney memorial in our Pine Grove Cemetery.
There is an issue with this Sarah being born in Vt and married in Vt to someone else, vs this Sarah born in NH and married to Whitney and to Eaton.
Do you have more data you could share in support of the edit request?
Bruce (Boylston Historical Society and Boylston Cemetery Association volunteer)
|Linda ||Wallace Crawford|
There is no individual stone for Wallace. The family plot is Section P, Block 88. Thee is a stone there with Anna and Ethel. Pictures are posted.
Added by Linda on May 06, 2016 10:25 AM
|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts||Thomas Cook Smith 125622345|
Thank you for the bio, I like yours better. Jacki :)
|Rich65k||Otis Warren Atwood|
The following are buried in Lot-311 @ Riverside Cemetery:
Otis W. Atwood grave-6, his wife Josephine Philips (Dexter) Atwood Grave-7, their son Henry Herbert Herman Atwood Grave-10, their daughter Elizabeth Emma "Lizzie" (Atwood) Shepherd Grave-2, and Lizzie's husband William A. Shepherd Grave-1.
There are two flat markers that were completely covered with two to three inches of turf. One marker reads "ATWOOD." The other has the names of the Shepherds. There are no dates on the markers.
Added by Rich65k on Apr 22, 2016 4:23 PM
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||RE: Charles F. Gage|
Thanks for the great acknowledgement!
That part of Section J almost never, if not never, gets direct sunlight on the stone faces. There is a stand of old pines that blocks the sun when it's such that it lights the stone faces in the rest of the section. Thought I'd try a two photo suite this year, one with the fill-flash and one without, then folks could pick the one they liked best.
|Debra Chitwood Stukes||Benjamin C. Wheelock|
Thank you for your hard work on the Mass 15th. Benjamin C Wheelock is my 2nd great grandfather. I have read his war record file. After reading his file then reading about the battles he participated in, I am in awe of him. After the war he relocated to Wyoming with two of his sons. He resided at Fort Fetterman and drove the first wagon load of lumber to found Douglas, Wyoming. He and his sons raised and trained horses for the army.
|Catherine Lahousse||Margaret Balcom Williams #160844408|
Hi! I did see on a census that she must have remarried but couldn't find her Williams husbands name or any record of it. I will zip over there after work today. I did see some Williams stones but one was right next to his wife and their dates (his D1828 hers D1836) didn't match up. Maybe William Williams that Margaret was married to was their son? I'll see if I can find them. They were very distinct and all in a row. Now I'm curious and have to go check!
|Rob Young||Sgt. David A. Gilmore|
Thank you for your thorough work on David Gilmore and family. I just wanted to share more of what you found. I was researching my old house in Townsend after doing some renovation in the attic I came across what appears to be a civil war belt buckle with an eagle holding 13 arrows. I did not find to much more about the buckle and I put it away for later research. So this morning I found the land transaction from 1917 the house belonging to David Gilmore and his wife Frances A. Gilmore. I would imagine that according to your info the belt buckle belonged to David as he would of been there at the right time period. Also your obituary sent chills up my back when I was reading about the fire. The kitchen in my house behind the "New" Chimney you can tell had a fire back in the day exactly as described in the obituary. The house was built in 1750 and not much has changed on the inside but you can definately see where the fire was and where it spread to. Wow thanks for the memorial I now know where the buckle came from and how the fire started. Exciting but sad.
|JayLyme||Eliza Olney Converse Lamson|
Thanks for pointing this out. After Eliza's husband died, she could not get along with her Converse in-laws and petitioned the court for a legal change of name to Lamson. There was no indication in the petition why she chose Lamson, so it is a mystery. She did not re-marry. Her father Amasa Olney was an orphan, so the name may represent something about his parentage. She is my gg grandmother.
Added by JayLyme on May 01, 2015 12:52 PM