|Mary Anne||RE: Thomas Whitcomb in Lakeville Cem|
It would be wonderful to see this/these stone(s) standing again. Could you let me know if you work something out with the church (or whomever) to get permission to fix the stones and find someone to do it? Since I photograph there on occasion, I'm anticipating that this information might help someone else down the line. Many thanks!
Added by Mary Anne on Sep 16, 2013 7:48 PM
|Mary Anne||Thomas N Whitcomb|
Sorry, I meant his DAUGHTER, Eleanore.
Added by Mary Anne on Aug 27, 2013 9:20 AM
|Mary Anne||Thomas Whitcomb in Lakeville Cem|
Hi, I posted a picture of this stone which remains partially buried and will post a picture of his wife's (Eleanore's) stone which is badly worn. His daughter Harriet is buried there too, as is her gravestone on which only the words "arriet, daughter" are exposed. Sorry.
Added by Mary Anne on Aug 27, 2013 9:11 AM
I am better now spent two days in the hospital, which is good for I usually spent four or five days sometimes more.
Added by Edward Toy on Aug 24, 2013 12:26 PM
|Stephen Self||looking for Karen Fisher linguistics alumna from Cornell|
Dear Ms. Fisher-Nguyen,
My name is Stephen Self. I am a graduate student in Descriptive Linguistics and was rather hoping you might be the same Karen Fisher who completed an M.A. in linguistics at Cornell in 1985 with a thesis entitled "The syntax and semantics of anaphora in Khmer." I have been trying to track down a copy of that thesis, though with little luck, and was wondering if you would happen to have an electronic copy of it that you could send my way. My interest stems from work I have been doing on serial verb constructions in Khmer and how the binding facts of kluen-aeng help determine the presence of clause boundaries. If you are not the same Karen Fisher I am looking for and I am mistaken in sending this note to you, I apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your time and kind assistance.
Added by Stephen Self on May 07, 2013 12:46 PM
Thanks for the picture of his headstone. The person who made the memorial on Find A Grave lists him as the husband of Anne Tydings. By any chance could you read the inscription on the marker. It appears to say something about "by their mother". The memorial has Father/Husband of Anne.
Added by plyce on Jan 07, 2013 4:04 PM
|Debi & Scott Morris||Ruth Hardesty|
Thank you for taking the time to look for her Ruth's grave marker. I appreciate your time.
Added by Debi & Scott Morris on Dec 26, 2012 12:43 PM
|Charlie Butler||Rogers Cemetery Question|
Ruth Ballard is my Grand Aunt, so you and I may be related. I have a couple of questions about your Rogers Cemetery Contributions, please see my profile for current email information.
Added by Charlie Butler on Dec 16, 2012 5:32 PM
Hi! I want to thank you for your time in looking for this headstone. James is a blood kin by my father Homer E Dawson. I knew he wasn't their and only asked for the photo of the headstone. I didn't make the memorial. A person who isn't a relative did the memorial and will not listen to anyone that knew this. Again thank you for your time. Shirley Dawson
Added by MayoLady on Dec 01, 2012 3:43 PM
|James Richards||RE: Mary Aseneth Whitcomb|
It is very common to request a transfer since most of the memorial are made by volunteers and not family members.
I have extensive Whitcomb information in the sense that I assembled data from several sources, not just Charlotte Whitcomb's wonderful work written in 1903.
By the way, our Whitcomb line brings with it Indian blood - amazingly, the dark skin remained in my line until I showed up.
Are you aware that David Whitcomb's home, built in 1700, still stands? You are relatively close to New England and could get there - I have only been able to visit New England twice to find the cemeteries and once his home. I am in Kentucky so it is a long drive.
Please email me - if you did I have not received it.
Added by James Richards on Dec 01, 2012 12:56 PM
|James Richards||Mary Whitcomb|
Thank you for your graciousness regarding the Ancestry.com picture - they even stole my picture of my father off of Find A Grave. I have several pictures of Mary Asenath (my family was very good about keeping these things of old), and will be more than happy to send the picture and others to you if you would like them for your family tree.
Added by James Richards on Dec 01, 2012 9:56 AM
|James Richards||Mary Aseneth Whitcomb|
I got your note about the Whitcomb's. Mary is my gg-grandmother and therefore you and I are distant cousins. I have been to Grafton and visited the cemetery, but honestly, had not thought about making the connection in Find A Grave. Which of Thomas's children are you descended from?
Added by James Richards on Dec 01, 2012 9:38 AM
|Edward Toy||RE: Artha Ann Fisher|
Glad I could help
Added by Edward Toy on Dec 01, 2012 7:16 AM