|Dawna Westbrook||RE: Herbert Lamson|
Thanks for your message of appreciation.
PS: Dawna, not Diane.
Added by Dawna Westbrook on Feb 05, 2017 2:10 AM
|L Evans||RE: The Tuck/Tucke family|
Thanks so much for writing and noticing the work I have been attempting to do with my/our Tuck/e family.
Added by L Evans on Jan 26, 2017 10:25 AM
|Ralph Gowen||Exeter headstones|
Thank you for ALL of the photos you took for me!
Added by Ralph Gowen on Dec 04, 2016 5:09 PM
|Pauline Merrick||Harold Johnson in Brookfield|
I have added your information about his medical career.
Added by Pauline Merrick on Dec 02, 2016 11:04 AM
|DRL||RE: Tom & Alice Deary|
Transfers have been made.
Added by DRL on Nov 20, 2016 12:40 PM
|Jerry Littlefield||William Ridley #111326452|
I agree one needs to protect the validity of the facts and your revised test does that. So that's a good thing and I appreciate that. While census records contain errors, it's still an interesting puzzle as why William is listed in 1880 as single and a person of the correct name and age as his first wife is in Maine also listed in 1880 as single. It appears all their children are in at least their first marriages in the 1870s (if not already widowed or married a 2nd time). On the other hand, there is a Memorial #41758954 worth a look that seems to lead to no further family records. I just think this is an interesting story some may want to explore further. Thanks for responding and for all you do to serve these folks.
Added by Jerry Littlefield on Sep 13, 2016 8:18 PM
|Jerry Littlefield||Memorial# 111326452|
I think there is cause to revise the story of William Ridley and first wife Eliz. Unlike the narrative, I found an Eliza Ridley in the 1880 US Census right where she's always been - in Litchfield, Kennebec, Maine. She is of the correct age and listed as a "servant." The census states she is "single" rather than married or divorced. Likewise, the 1880 US Census of Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire lists the "single" soap maker William Ridley as a "border" in the home of his future bride, the widow Mary [Bowley] Currier. Although William Ridley is incorrectly listed in 1880 as having been born in NH, his subsequent public records, e.g. marriage to 2nd wife Mary and 1900 US Census, state that the soap maker was born in Maine. Thus, I suspect Eliza actually died after 1880 (perhaps before William's 2nd marriage in 1891) and I suspect William the Maine "farmer" of 1870 set out in NH before the 1880 census to create a new life. It is a story that could be researched some more.
Jerry Littlefield (#48910822)
Added by Jerry Littlefield on Sep 12, 2016 6:39 PM
|Peter||Cogswell Kidder Green and wife Sarah|
Thank you very much for getting Cogswell Kidder Green and his wife Sarah's headstone. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Peter on Jul 30, 2016 1:21 PM
Thank you for this information. I will inform the person who has his memorial on Find A Grave that there is no record of Zadock's burial.
Added by Peter on Jul 30, 2016 12:21 PM
|Ralph Gowen||Almira White|
thank you for the photo of her headstone!
Added by Ralph Gowen on Jul 04, 2016 4:04 PM
|Dottie Meadows||Oscar Ross|
Thank you for checking on Oscar for me. Is there any way that you can take a photograph of at least his location and post on his memorial page since there is no headstone? Many thanks.
Added by Dottie Meadows on Apr 21, 2016 11:51 AM
|Jim Ottmer||Camp headstone|
Thank you for taking the headstone photo for us. And Thank you for creating the memorial and transferring it to us a while back.
Added by Jim Ottmer on Apr 18, 2016 8:26 AM
|Joseph F. Dolloff||Dolloff Photos|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the Dolloff Graves. Sincerely, Joseph F Dolloff.
Added by Joseph F. Dolloff on Apr 17, 2016 5:13 PM
Thank you for the photo, your effort is much appreciated.
Added by Ann Maree on Apr 17, 2016 4:49 PM
|David Peterson||Alfred Stanley Marker|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photography the marker I really appreciate it.
Added by David Peterson on Apr 13, 2016 9:53 PM
I made your changes, thank you.
Added by DGB on Feb 14, 2016 5:30 PM
|Carol (Hutson) Rea||Thank You|
Thanks for going and taking a picture of the monument for William and Sarah Hunnewell. They are cousins. I am doing ancestry. I live in Illinois and will probably never go to New Hampshire.
Added by Carol (Hutson) Rea on Dec 13, 2015 4:30 PM
|Clint Revis||Doris Shinnick|
Ms Lorene. my apologies for the delayed reply...I am one of the few (I think) that does things the hard way of gathering data for my genealogy, LOL, I am without ancestry and the newspaper.com... I really enjoy research esp. when there is nice ppl as yourself involved.... thank you so very much and have a very Merry Christmas !!!! Clint
Added by Clint Revis on Dec 09, 2015 11:36 PM
|Clint Revis||Doris Shinnick|
Doris Catherine Shinnick #147281352 married my Great Uncle Hermit Bud Adams. Doris Parents are thought to be Micheal Paul & Catherine Mary (Cotter) (Cote) Shinnick. Can you give me any info for Doris? Thank you
Added by Clint Revis on Dec 07, 2015 11:30 PM
|Nancy A. Shattuck||Aaron Sweet, Swett|
I believe you have the wrong information about your Aaron 'Sweet'. He was listed in the 1850 census with his wife Frances and children, including Mary C. Sweet in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was living with Mary C. Little and her husband in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1865. He was living in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1860. He was listed as having died in Newton, Massachusetts in 1875. He was the son of Aaron Sweet and Sarah and was born in 1800 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. His father and mother are buried there. It appears that Mary Little had her father buried in their family plot after he died. I found a death record for Frances G.C. Sweet, daughter of Samuel Chamberlin and Mary having died in Boston, Massachusetts 21 May 1852, estimated birth is 1804.
The Aaron Sweet/Swett that died in Amesbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts was the son of Deacon Aaron Swett and Molly Blaisdell, born in 1803 in Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts. He was married to Lydia Butters who died in Salisbury, Mass. in 1892. This family also had connections to the Rockingham Co., New Hampshire area.
The name 'Swett' and 'Sweet' are often used interchangably. Much of this information can be accessed on the LDS site.
Let me know what you find,
Nancy A. Shattuck
Added by Nancy A. Shattuck on Nov 24, 2015 12:22 PM
|Kenneth J. Gruschow||Handel - MacDonald|
Thanks so much for the tombstone photos and the two memorials.
The Best to you,
Added by Kenneth J. Gruschow on Sep 17, 2015 7:48 PM
|Erin Bohannon||Edward and Audrey Miles|
Thank you so much for those great photos!
Added by Erin Bohannon on Sep 08, 2015 9:09 AM
|Ralph Gowen||Perkins headstone|
thank you for finding and photographing their headstone!
Added by Ralph Gowen on Aug 13, 2015 4:10 PM
|Jean rollo||Hedvig Charlotte Jonsson and john Stephen Kimball|
Hello Lorene; Thank You for trying to find the Burial site of these two people. I know they are Buried somewhere in new Hampshire. There last residency together was Hooksett New Hampshire. Hedvig and her Sister Olga Victoria Johnson had Both married Brothers of the (Kimball Family). Olga Victoria had married Earl leslie Kimball 1897-1978. (Their are no Find a Graves on these people)?? Olga and her husband Earl Kimball had three Daughters; Evelyn Leslie Kimball/Soden 1921-1995, Pauline C. Kimball/Langley 1924-2010, Barbara Elaine Kimball/woods/Cantara 1926 Death unknown ?? Hedvig Charlotte Jonsson and her Husband; John Stephen Kimball 1884-1970 Had two Daughters; Glady may Kimball/Lindahl 1907-1993 and Altaruth Kimball/Bullard 1910-2001. Wish I could Find these Graves?? I cannot go to New Hampshire so that is why I am asking anyone who would do New Hampshire to Look for these people! Respectfully jean m. Rollo
Added by Jean rollo on Jul 26, 2015 7:44 AM
|stephen schifani||sarah stokes gordon|
in exeter cemetery she is daughter of Jeremiah Stokes and Lydia Durgin thanks for putting this on memorial
Added by stephen schifani on Jul 07, 2015 1:47 PM