I've always been fascinated by other people's stories. I've visited this site often and I thought if I could help and connect others with these stories, that would be great. If I can help someone find a loved one, by taking a photo then I'll be happy to do it.
RE: Rachel Fullonton (fullington) There is a book "History of Raymond, NH" (published around 1875 by Joseph Fullonton, if I remember correctly!) that many of my ancestors are in. It says that Rachel Fullonton married David Page (who is my direct line descendant) on Nov 13, 1800.
Albert Rock Hi pmazo, I did not see a photo of Albert Rock's headstone. Only a photo of the cemetery sign with the name of the cemtery. I was wondering if the photo did not upload on your end? Find A Grave memorial no. (146074632)
RE: Wiggin family Epping NH Pam - Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you, but I have not had much time lately for Find A Grave and I needed to look at the situation. The answer is that the cemetery where the Wiggins are buried is on the corner of Piscassic and Bald Hill Road and is commonly called the Piscassic Cemetery. The Newfields Cemetery is on Rte 108 and is actually two cemeteries side-by side. As you look at the cemetery, the left side is Newfields Cemetery and the right (older) side is Meeting House Cemetery (just to add more confusion). Most people, even Newfielders, do not realize the two sides are different cemeteries with different names. If you actually have a stone(s) with the same names on it and it was actually taken in the cemetery off Rte. 108, I would add it. If it was taken in the cemetery on Piscassic Rd. and is not one I took, I would add it. If they are duplicates, the actual burials are in Piscassic Cemetery. The "why" there might be a duplication if there is will probably never be known, but I have seen it before. Richard