|Sharyn Herian (#48141058)|
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|Anthony Carpenter abt 1760 Eastport ME|
James abt 1800 & Eliza Carpenter Troy ME
Thomas b. 1828 & Sarah Breed Haskell China ME
(2nd wife, Marilla Swift)
Joey Carpenter and Persis Knowlton GG grandaughter of REV WAR Soldier Joseph Poland Knowlton buried in Hunt Cemetery with restored plaque.
Interested in Carpenter, Knowlton, Wardwell, Grindle, Young, Greenlaw, Cookson and Davis Families. Always love to hear from Cousins and interested persons in genealogy. I share all I can.
Thank you to all the good people on Find A Grave!
I am searching for Clement Ancestry: Especially that of Margaret Clements, 2nd wife of Epes Haskell born in 1786 location unknown. She died in Phila. PA in 1846. She is the mother of Sarah Haskell who married Thomas Carpenter of Liberty, Maine. I share photos and family notes which are not posted on Ancestry.com tree. I am most grateful for any photos shared on Findagrave.
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|Stone Hunter Babe||RE: Sherman Corners Cemetery|
I'm so glad you liked it. Thank you for the positive feedback. It's always nice to hear!
|Laurie||RE: THANK YOU|
I have tried to get all of them up and on here...and linked together as the family is in more then one cemetery.
And still looking to find his [Charles] father Charles and his grandfather Israel...they are hiding...
LOL but I think Charles might be in that cemetery unmarked... Israel...a bit of a mystery...
Enjoy cousin! We have emailed previously via Ancestry - correct??? Our tree is there also
Added by Laurie on Jul 11, 2015 11:48 AM
|Jenny ||RE: Eaton|
I have replied to the emails you sent me previously, I also sent you an email this morning. I took pictures of the Eaton plot and sent them to Flash (a cousin?) I will be heading out now for a week.
Added by Jenny on Jun 20, 2015 11:35 AM
You email isn't working for some reason. Send me an email so I can reply. I took pictures at Garden City today.
Added by Jenny on Jun 15, 2015 4:48 PM
|Jenny ||RE: FP Article|
Thank you for the kind words. I hope that somebody will take over where I regretfully have to let go. Cemeteries are such a huge part of who I am. I hope that this one will be saved although I am sadden to think it will not. I was so surprised by the lack of interest from entities like the county historical society and the state cemetery association. Not to mention the church. At least I have the book I wrote and all the friends I have met here.
Added by Jenny on Jun 07, 2015 8:20 PM
I saw your message on Steve Edquist's page. The photo with the rainbow is also one of my favorites. I save all his photos. He has taken two of my father's headstone for me. I have never been there myself. He does us all a great service...a very special veteran indeed.
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE|
Thank you so very much for your kind message.It's an honor to be photographing the headstones for our veterans who have passed and for their family's. It was an honor for me to serve our country too. I'm happy that you like the rainbow photo. I was lucky to be at the right place at the right time. Take care and thanks again.
I don't know how to delete flowers! According to Find A Grave, you should be able to. Let me know what to do if this is not the case! :)
Added by Jenny on May 12, 2015 2:34 PM
|Robert Ponda, sr||Lewis Eaton|
Sharyn here is the Lady that may be able to help you. I have no knowledge if he was a civil war vet or not.. firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a Birth or death date I can add to Warren's memorial?
Added by Jenny on Apr 20, 2015 1:19 PM
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