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Dave Robison (#25684516)
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Linda B.
Old Burying Ground
Sorry to bother you again. But the marriage records for Aaron and Mercy have her as Mercy Mosely. The births of their children also have Mosely.
I haven't seen that other name. Is that a previous marriage name?

Linda B.

Added by Linda B. on Mar 23, 2017 10:28 AM

Linda B.
Old Burying Ground
You have a Silas King with no dates in this cemetery in Westfield, MA.
I have 2 Silas Kings both born and died in Westfield. They were brothers, the first Silas born 5 May 1758 and died 4 May 1759. The second Silas born 26 Jan. 1762 and died after Sep. 1779 when he was discharged from the military. They were the sons of Aaron King and Mercy Mosely.
I hope this helps some.
Sorry I can't offer more yet.
Linda B.

Added by Linda B. on Mar 23, 2017 10:14 AM

OnlyMe
Oops...
Forgot to log out/in for that last message.

Added by OnlyMe on Mar 12, 2017 10:54 AM

Springfield Cemetery (MA)
Findagrave response notifications
Once an edit is proposed and accepted, Findagrave does not include original request and I simply don't remember!

I've been trying to match the COPY of the request that I sent myself, but not successfully.

Oh, well! :)

BTW - thanks for your indulgence.

Added by Springfield Cemetery (MA) on Mar 12, 2017 10:50 AM

OnlyMe
RE: Sweetser Family
FYI, As at 1879, Willie Ivery Sweetser was living on Williams Ave., W. Springfield and employed at The Clark W. Bryan Co.

Added by OnlyMe on Feb 16, 2017 3:53 PM

OnlyMe
RE: Sweetser Family
Oops -- that's Samuel D. Daniels

Added by OnlyMe on Feb 16, 2017 12:18 PM

OnlyMe
RE: Sweetser Family
BTW -- the name, Evelyn, was likewise ASSUMED by John O'Connor's team to be "Sweetser" -- it may or may not be. Only the names Willie and Evelyn were given.

Added by OnlyMe on Feb 16, 2017 12:02 PM

OnlyMe
RE: Sweetser Family
Ellen J. (Sykes) Sweetser married Daniel D. Daniels on Jan. 20, 1872.

The "Willie" that was taken from Lot Diagrams by John O'Connor is Wilmer Edward "Willie" Daniels. He was born on May 9, 1874, died on Sept. 2, 1875 and was buried Sept. 6, 1875.

This is not guess-word, it is fact, from Burial Register, burial number 4,080, 6 Sept 1875, and corroborated by MAVR 1841-1910.

Added by OnlyMe on Feb 16, 2017 11:59 AM

Deborah Tripp Probert
Wm.Chase Fernald, Springfield Cem.,MA
Surname spelled differently from father, Dimon Furnel, whose headstone was repaired by Maine Old Cem. Asso. workshop, Wilton Old Town Cemetery, Wilton, ME, Aug. 2016 :) Image of Death Certificate:
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-6SC7-MLV?mode=g&i=1477&cc=1463156

Added by Deborah Tripp Probert on Feb 04, 2017 10:58 PM

D. Curtis
RE: Ezekiel Sibley #42746182
Hello Dave,

Yes, Sarah was the first name of Ezekiel's mother. Her maiden name was Yeomans. The father, Ezekiel and Sarah Yeomans were married 31 May 1753, Ashford, Conn. Sarah died 29 April 1778 Ashford, Conn.

D. Curtis

Added by D. Curtis on Jan 27, 2017 6:48 AM

Diane
RE: James L and Sarah Johnson
Dave
Thank you for sharing this story. Very interesting! Diane

Added by Diane on Jan 24, 2017 2:20 PM

Peter
RE: Emily Williams Howard
Thanks for your work. Have a great day.

Added by Peter on Jan 24, 2017 10:53 AM

Peter
RE: Emily Williams Howard
That is very good. Thank you for this information. It is very helpful. I also believe she was born in Springfield. It appears her parents lived there in 1840. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=fHD368&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&ssrc=pt_t2399987_p390024710126&srchb=r&gss=angs-c&rank=1&tid=2399987&pid=390024710126&gpid=&gsfn=Charles&gsln=Howard&msbdy=1794&msddy=1875&msbpn=4460&msbpn_PInfo=8-%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C24%7C0%7C1270%7C4460%7C0%7C&msbpn__ftp=Springfield,%20Hampden,%20Massachusetts,%20USA&msdpn=4460&msdpn_PInfo=8-%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C24%7C0%7C1270%7C4460%7C0%7C&msdpn__ftp=Springfield,%20Hampden,%20Massachusetts,%20USA&cp=0&cpxt=1&msgdy=1818&msgpn=4412&msgpn_PInfo=8-%7C0%7C0%7C0%7C2%7C0%7C24%7C0%7C1066%7C4412%7C0%7C&msgpn__ftp=Deerfield,%20Franklin,%20Massachusetts,%20USA&msfng=Rev%20Bezaleel&msfns=Howard&msmng=Prudence&msmns=Williams&msbng0=Ezekiel&msbns0=Howard&msbng1=Lucinda%20Dwight&msbns1=Howard&msbng2=Sarah&msbns2=Howard&msbng3=John&msbns3=Howard&msbng4=Margaret&msbns4=Howard&mssng0=Ann%20McCarthy&mssns0=Williams&mssng1=Elizabeth%20Buckminister&mssns1=Dwight&mscng0=Lucinda%20Orne&mscns0=Howard&mscng1=Rev%20Thomas%20Dwight&mscns1=Howard&mscng2=Elizabeth%20Bridge&mscns2=Howard&mscng3=Sophia%20Worthington&mscns3=Howard&mscng4=Catherine%20Lathrop&mscns4=Howard&mscng5=Mary%20Dwight%20Andrews&mscns5=Howard&mscng6=Emily%20Williams&mscns6=Howard&mscng7=Amelia%20Peabody&mscns7=Howard&_83004003-n_xcl=f&MSAV=1&pcat=CEN_1840&h=3203598&recoff=6%207&dbid=8057&indiv=1&ml_rpos=27

Added by Peter on Jan 24, 2017 7:40 AM

HT
Re: Transfer
Hello.

I can completely understand where you are coming from, and when I see them again (we had been planning to meet in a few days) I will ask them what they would like to do with the memorial, and whether they would make an account to take care of it. Mr. LaDouceur was a very good man and a very loving father to my friend, and I worried that owning the memorial would cause her pain (she was around 13 when he passed), and she had given me permission. However, I understand your reluctance as I am not a member of the family. Thank you for respectfully declining, instead of ignoring me.

HT.

Added by HT on Jan 20, 2017 9:50 AM

Sally Roxanne Chapin
RE: Chapin
Thanks Dave, I am descended from Deacon's son Henry and Bethia, to Henry to a succession of Williams...

Added by Sally Roxanne Chapin on Jan 16, 2017 3:24 PM

Sally Roxanne Chapin
Titus Chapin
Thanks Dave, I'll be in Chicopee in March and will take new photos...thanks for all your hard work! Sally

Added by Sally Roxanne Chapin on Jan 16, 2017 3:07 PM

Sally Roxanne Chapin
Emily McKinstry Chapin
The site of Emily McKinstry Chapin, not the flickr page. Sally

Added by Sally Roxanne Chapin on Jan 16, 2017 2:21 PM

Sally Roxanne Chapin
Titus Chapin
Hello Dave, I would like to take the Titus memorials on please. I am his great-great grand daughter. Sally Roxanne Chapin

Added by Sally Roxanne Chapin on Jan 16, 2017 2:16 PM

HT
Armand LaDouceur
Hello, can you please transfer memorial #63581916 aka Armand R. LaDouceur? He was a family friend and his daughter would like to add more of a biography. Thank you.

Added by HT on Jan 12, 2017 3:28 PM

Joann
Sarah Noble Dewey
Would you give me permission to use your fine photograph of her tombstone at Westfield Burying Ground. She is the wife of my 1st cousin 8x removed. The photo is in the Find A Grave website as an html document I think. I wouldn't know how to copy it from there, I believe. Thank you for consideration. Joann

Added by Joann on Dec 28, 2016 5:36 PM

Joann
Sarah Noble Dewey
Would you give me permission to use your fine photograph of her tombstone at Westfield Burying Ground. She is the wife of my 1st cousin 8x removed. The photo is in the Find A Grave website as an html document I think. I wouldn't know how to copy it from there, I believe. Thank you for consideration. Joann

Added by Joann on Dec 28, 2016 5:35 PM

Chris L
RE: John Smith
You're so sweet. I find him. They relocated him back to Mass but in a different county. Have a great holiday !!

Added by Chris L on Dec 24, 2016 2:24 PM

Chris L
RE: John Smith
Oh my word I am so sorry for not giving more details. That name is a nightmare to track lol. I typed the wrong name - it's actually Adams. So sorry. I need to go take a break from the computer. Happy Holidays and just chalk this up to one very tired genalogist lol.

Added by Chris L on Dec 24, 2016 12:11 PM

Chris L
John Smith
Hi,
I'm just a genealogy and came across John Smith that may have been Louisa's husband and didn't want to just ignore it. I did add him to Find A Grave #174351102 and have the reference indicated. Hope this helps your links. If it does I'd be happy to transfer him to you. Happy Holidays !

Added by Chris L on Dec 24, 2016 10:04 AM

Don Kelloway
RE: Willard McKinstry #15740977
Merry Christmas Dave!

Willard McKinstry and many members of his family were buried at Forest Hill in Fredonia, a cemetery that McKinstry himself was instrumental in creating and maintaining.

This is according to the following, see http://ugrr.orbitist.com/content/mckinstry#12/42.4457/-79.3343

Hence I believe the cenotaph is in Chicopee Street Burying Ground and his memorial is in Forest Hill

Added by Don Kelloway on Dec 11, 2016 3:27 PM

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