|Ray||Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots|
Ancestry.com has these records indexed online, so if you have a subscription you can see them. They do not have images for them. Supposedly you can order the record from Vital Check, but I have never done so. Here's the full citation:
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots; Volume: 1; Serial: 11127; Volume: 2
Hatcher, Patricia Law. Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
Original data: Hatcher, Patricia Law. Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots. Vol. 1-4. Dallas, TX, USA: Pioneer Heritage Press, 1987.
Hope this helps.
Added by Ray on Feb 20, 2016 1:01 PM
|Ray||Moses Ball Grave|
According to the Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots his grave was identified in 1946 as being in Highland Cemetery in Athol. Probably whatever marker was there has since disappeared.
Added by Ray on Feb 20, 2016 10:51 AM
|Steve Burt||Smith Memorials|
Think we are overlapping on Richard and Mary Smith 83108442 in Gird cemetery, Herkimer County, NY.
Would be interested in transferring them to me?
Added by Steve Burt on Oct 11, 2015 12:57 PM
|diane g||Angelina Fisk|
I have a crazy quilt found in Maine and Angelina Fisk is one of the signatures on the quilt.
I see a picture of a gravestone where Angelina Fisk ? (1837-1898) was married to Wilbur (1839-1914). I found another angelina drew fisk (1845-1921) and born 1862.
There is also a Mary Fisk who signed it as well.
I am trying to date the quilt, as well as restore it.
Do you know if angelina fisk had any connection to Maine, probably Trenton Ellsworth area?.
Other quilt signers include Mary Royal Hodgkins (4/30/1900)from Trenton, Maine.
Added by diane g on Nov 18, 2014 11:52 AM
|A Soprych||Lydia (?Fisk) Cooper-Stone|
Did Lydia ever knock seven times?
Added by A Soprych on Oct 25, 2014 4:16 PM
|Sarah(Fisk/Stewart) Cunningham||Pliny H Fisk|
I think we share a great grandfather - Pliny H. Fisk. My grandfather is Pliny Franklin Fisk who was adopted by the Stewart family. He was the baby that was only a few weeks old when Alice died. I was typing a family history written by Edith M. Peters in 1955. I wasn't sure if you had a copy of this. I'm thinking you might as it has the store of the sledding hill and the wool pants.
My dad Ernest Pliny Fisk Stewart is 94 years old and still as a pretty good memory so if there are any family history questions you have - let me know and I can ask. You never know what he might remember.
Added by Sarah(Fisk/Stewart) Cunni... on Sep 08, 2014 4:05 PM
|Greg Volk||RE: Thanks for the photo of Earl Lattin|
Thanks. I sent a correction to Earl's memorial manager. Also please see Family Tree at www.familysearch.org, which has pretty complete info.
Added by Greg Volk on Jun 03, 2014 11:08 AM
|Greg Volk||RE: Thanks for the photo of Earl Lattin|
Yes, I'm related to Earl Lattin, on his father's side. His great-grandfather, Stephen Calkins (45271291) was brother to my ggg-grandmother, Amanda (Calkins) Squire (54846717). Also, Stephen's half-sister Elizabeth (111693800) m George Lattin. To top it off, several Lattins lived in Shelby Twp, Blue Earth, Minn, the home of many of my ancestors.
Let me know if you are interested in the Lattins.
Added by Greg Volk on Jun 03, 2014 7:12 AM
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photo of Earl Lattin|
I really appreciate your volunteer for others. Hope it makes you feel good. The picture looks great.
Added by Greg Volk on May 31, 2014 9:53 PM
Added by MandyLea5705 on Oct 24, 2013 11:04 AM
|David Edsall||John & Sarah Miller|
Hi Peter - Glad to oblige, they are yours now. Best, David
Added by David Edsall on May 05, 2013 2:09 PM
|Laura : )||RE: Sissy Fisk|
You are very welcome, Just so relieved to find it afterall,
Added by Laura : ) on Apr 21, 2013 3:41 PM
|Laura : )||Jennifer "Sissy" Fisk|
What a difference a sunny day makes!
My son and I went back to the cemetery around 2pm today. Amazing how much better one can see the stones with the sun shining so brightly.
We were able to find Jennifer's grave without any problem today.
Her plot is number 645, which was near midrange of my guess.
So glad we found her, my son must be my lucky charm. : )
Added by Laura : ) on Apr 21, 2013 2:33 PM
|Laura : )||RE: Jennifer Fisk|
OK, I will see what I can find,
Added by Laura : ) on Apr 20, 2013 1:46 PM
|Laura : )||Jennifer Fisk|
I was out at this cemetery for the first time today. I studied the layout of it and I have a general idea of where Jennifer, "Sissy" is buried.
However, the headstones dating in the ranges of 1937-1940's are hard to read. About 95% have names that are no lomger visible.
I intend to make some calls on Monday to see if I can get her plot number and then go back to get the photo.
Or, if you have the plot number that would be most appreciated.
At least with this cemetery the deceased are buried in somewhat of a chronological order. I assume her plot will be in the 500-800 range.
I do like looking in this cemetery because my grandmother used to work for the Dixon Developmental Center/State School when I was a child. Makes me wonder if she cared for Sissy. I do not recall the years she worked there but I do know she retired from there after several years. It could be possible.
I will keep trying. : )
Added by Laura : ) on Apr 20, 2013 9:48 AM
|Grave Recorder||Mount Olive Photo Request|
Hi. I will be going to Mount Olive cemetery over the next 3 or 4 weeks (weather permitting) to take photos of my relatives grave sites and I saw you had a request(s). If you would call the cemetery office (number on the front page of the cemetery page) and get the location of the burial, I will try to get the photo request for you while I am there. Just add it to your memorial in the plot section. They are very helpful at the office. Kathy
Added by Grave Recorder on Feb 18, 2013 11:37 AM
|rowood3||RE: Pvt Wilbur Fisk|
Thanks for your help.
Added by rowood3 on Oct 23, 2012 1:35 PM
|rowood3||Pvt Wilbur Fisk|
My name is Rob Wood and I am the graphic designer working with Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock Vermont on a booklet that will be given to tourists for a Civil War walking tour of Woodstock.
During my research I came across a photo of, I assume, an ancestor of yours, Wilbur Smith. We are using a quote of his at the closing pages of the booklet. We would like permission to use his photo to accompany the quote. This booklet is being produced by the National Park Service and will be given away free to visitors taking the tour. We well certainly be happy to give credit in the booklet in whatever way you would like it to be worded.
Is it possible to obtain a higher resolution version of this image? We would need it for publication. Once you respond I will send you my email address.
Added by rowood3 on Oct 23, 2012 1:06 PM
|Family Finder||RE: Thanks|
I am not sure if you are interested, but I will be adding more Ball family members over the next few days.
Added by Family Finder on Sep 23, 2012 8:49 PM
|Sharon B.||RE: Thanks|
Thank you for your note ... and suggested read!!!
Added by Sharon B. on Jun 20, 2012 5:03 PM
|Rick Weaver||RE: :-)|
You're welcome Peter - I know you'll do a better job with them than I could!
Added by Rick Weaver on Apr 24, 2012 4:43 PM
|Rick Weaver||RE: Samuel Leeman 77858720|
Excellent info! I'm happy to transfer him to you. It sounds like he'll be well taken care of.
All the best,
Added by Rick Weaver on Apr 24, 2012 3:55 PM
|Pat Robinson Boyer||RE: Ephraim Fisk|
Your welcome, I think a pic of the person or tombstone makes the memorial more complete.
Added by Pat Robinson Boyer on Oct 06, 2011 9:31 AM
|Timothy Baker||RE: Thanks!|
Glad I could help ;)
Added by Timothy Baker on Jul 14, 2011 12:14 PM
|Clarinda||RE: Charity Carpenter|
I just sent an email to you with 2 death records attached for Clarinda and Lucia.
Added by Clarinda on Jun 04, 2011 2:34 PM