|Christopher Carpenter||Chilson Old Baptist Cemetery|
Many tombstones are gone.
Here is a website you might find useful.
|Beth Delaney||Chilson, Seril|
There is is picture of Seril Chilson's headestone on the Plymouth Historical Societies webrage at: http://www.plymouthhistory.org/archives/finding-aids/old-baptist-cemetery-c-d.html
I didn't take the picture but at least you can see it - when it gets nice this summer I will try and take a photo to upload.
|Lynda Puakea||RE: Re: Elizabeth Tilley Howland|
Thank you so much, Annalise, I received your email... appreciate your extra help...
|Lynda Puakea||Elizabeth Tilley Howland|
I just found your photo of Elizabethʻs grave stone on her find a grave memorial page. Thank you so much for posting it! She is my 9X great grandmother... may I use your photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the photographers who generously allow me to use their photos... thank you very much.
|Anonymous||Photos of gravestones|
Thank you so much for posting and the information about all the family of Browns in the cemetery. I have sent you a separate message.
|steve byron||RE: Thomas Pinkerton|
Your welcome. I also added additional photos to other Pinkerton graves located in this cemetery . Steve
|ChrisNSuz||Solomon and Mary Angell|
Thank you for trying to find these two graves. I am so sorry that you had to look through the whole cemetery, but I am very thankful for your efforts.
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||RE: Hiram Angell|
I would love to see the photos. Even if they can't be read I still know one of my ancestors is resting there. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for doing this. I know how hard some of those overgrown cemeteries are to get into.
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||Hiram Angell|
Thank You for getting this photo. How many other readable stones were in the lot? I believe that everyone in that lot is a relative.
|Tina Harter-Cruz||sarah brown|
Thank you so much, I know your time is valuable. Again Thank You.
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