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Tracy Anne
RE: Deloraine Cemeteries
Hi Tiaho:

You maybe already know this but just wanted to let you know that a local history book published in 1981 has an extensive biography of the Morrison family. The book is called "Deloraine Scans a Century 1880-1980 - A History of Deloraine and District" and can be found on-line at



ps Hopefully someone picks up your photo requests. The Deloraine town office can likely tell you if the Morrisons are buried in Del-Win or Old Deloraine for sure. You can contact them at
Added by Tracy Anne on Aug 21, 2014 9:01 AM
Greg Honey
Maria Snetsinger @ Salem Cemetery
Wow. It took a little work and moss/mold spray, but I finally got all the mossy growth off of the stone. It looks great, now. :D Check it out.
Added by Greg Honey on Jun 19, 2014 5:30 PM
Greg Honey
Margaret Snetsinger at Salem Cemetery
Re: Margaret Snetsinger at Salem Cemetery

I just wanted to flag you that I found this stone. It is one of those small stones laying flat on the ground. And it was covered so heavily by moss and fungus that taking a photo now would not be of any use. I'm going to spray it with some eco-friendly moss remover and then give it a few weeks to work its magic. Then I'll check in on her stone again in a month or so (at which point, I should be able to get a good picture for you).
Added by Greg Honey on May 27, 2014 5:25 PM
Bruce Gordon
George Forsyth & Ethel Abbot Beechwood Cemetery Ottawa
There was a monument and photographs have been added but there is nothing other than "Forsyth" inscribed.
Added by Bruce Gordon on May 18, 2014 7:58 PM
Greg Honey
Matthias Snetsinger & Margaret
Hi there.

Today I walked much of Salem Cemetery and found only one Snetsinger stone which was not Matthias & Margaret.
Would you have a Row and Stone location for them?

I may have simply missed the stone in my wanders.

Also, with one of the worst winters on record for our area, I saw that about 10 or more of the old white, thin/flat, standing-style stones had fallen after the thaw and have since been stacked in a pile for re-setting during the summer. It is quite possible that Matthias & Margaret would be one of those stones, as well, given that the years of their passing match this style, generally.

If you have a Row and Stone location, let me know.
If not, I'll keep my eyes open when I take a 2nd look later into summer when (presumably) the stacked stones will have been returned into place and secured.

Added by Greg Honey on May 02, 2014 4:42 PM
Paxton Todd
I honored your quest.

Best Regards,

Added by CharlieAngels on Feb 28, 2014 12:37 PM
RE: Photo of Francis Abbott grave marker
You should be good to go - photo of grave marker has been added to Jane Abbott (née Dagg). FYI, there seems to be a really fine photographic portrait of Francis (in his later years) attached to genealogical records in
Added by rhpawson on Feb 18, 2014 6:57 PM
Paxton Todd

I'm sorry! I looked at the picture I had taken again and it states he was 41 years old. Therefore I came up with the birth date 1 Mar., 1795. Since he was in the War 1812, I might be able to find something else on him in at a later time. I will check for you.

In Regards,
Added by CharlieAngels on Feb 16, 2014 11:21 AM
Paxton Todd # 40051260

Paxton Todd was only a small baby when he died. Shows this data on his headstone. Age 10 months and 13 days. So that would have his Birth Date 1 Apr 1837!

You listed Birth date: 1 Apr 1795, Cane Run, Fayette, Kentucky, USA.

Added by CharlieAngels on Feb 16, 2014 10:58 AM
Cerelle Bolon
Ovid Butler Todd #57116276
And Asa Ora Butler is my 4th great grandfather. He was Mary Polly Norcross Butler's first husband, and the brother of Chauncey Butler who was her second husband after Asa's death. So we are half cousins there somewhere, I we have Mary as a common ancestor and Uncles (of some sort) as the other.
Cerelle Bolon
Added by Cerelle Bolon on Feb 09, 2014 1:03 PM
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