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|Sara Becker (#46973974)|
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|I have lived in Vermont for the past 13 years and am originally from Freehold, New Jersey. I work for a large bank in the Rutland area as a teller manager. My interests include art and science. I also own a small business that deals primarily in promoting my artwork including photography and prints of sketches and drawings. In fall of 2008 I will be attending SUNY Canton (a New York State University) to pursue my career in Mortuary Science. I will focus on Restorative Art, but will also be a practicing Funeral Director. |
I greatly enjoy genealogy research and always am trying to make time to do so!
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|Nancy Steklenburg Faas||Abner Ames FAG#25782110|
RE: Abner Ames Find A Grave#25782110 was born December 16, 1766 in Mansfield Hartford, Connecticut, British America.
Abner's father is Find A Grave# 38492758 Joseph Ames.
Abner's mother is Find A Grave# 38492757 Elizabeth Parker Ames.
Abner's first wife was Find A Grave# 30369884 Mary Jonhnson Smith Ames. They were married about 1791 in Shoreham, Addison, Vermont.
For his BID: Abner's second wife was Chloe Beardsley Gillett Ames (Gillett being her maiden name). They were married November 8 1804 in Orwell, Rutland, Vermont.
Thanking you in advance for updating Abner's memorial site,
Nancy Steklenburg Ames
|Nancy Steklenburg Faas||Samuel Ames FAG#25782133|
Samuel Ames Find A Grave#25782133 was born February 5, 1765 in Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut and died in Shoreham, Addison, Vermont. His wife's full name was Marcene Stearns Ames Find A Grave#25782157 and she was born May 28, 1763 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts and died October 6, 1834 in Shoreham, Addison, Vermont. They were married in May of 1786 in Orwell, Addison, Vermont.
Samuel's parents are Joseph Ames Find A Grave#38492758 and his mother Find A Grave# 30933415 Elizabeth Parker.
His wife's parents are Thomas Stearns, born 1735 and Hannah Kentfield Stearns, born 1738.
Thanking you in advance for updating their memorials and linking them,
Nancy Steklenburg Goe
|Nancy Steklenburg Faas||Clark Ames FAG# 25782086|
Clark Ames was born about 1806 in Shaftsburg, Bennington, Vermont and died in Cornwall, Orange, New York.
He was married to Amanda Spicer about 1825 in Addison County, Vermont. They had one child Samuel born in 1828.
Clark's Father is Ithamer Ames, 1778-1810, and mother Hannah Clark Ames 1783-1853.
Thanking you in advance for updating the memorial site,
Nancy Steklenburg Goe
|Nancy Steklenburg Faas||Marcene Sterns Ames, # 25782157|
I would love to have memorial management for my cousin Marcene Sterns Ames, Find A Grave#25782157. If not, she was born May 28, 1763 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts and died in Shoreham, Addison, Vermont.
She and her husband Find A Grave# 25782133 Samuel Ames were married in May of 1786.
Nancy Steklenburg Goe
|Jeffpicks||PFC Donald W Becker|
Hi Sara, Called Glenwood Cmty last week to try and get section and lot for Donald. The gentleman could not locate him in his records. We were fulfilling other requests for this cmty and drove and walked all over, but no luck. Do you have any more info on him? I'll call and ask again... maybe the gentleman was sleepy that day... VERY helpful though! Regards, Jeff
Thanks you for Elijah's tombstone picture. It is very much appacated. Fayth
I took a picture of his stone in Atlantic View today and will upload it when I get home. The stone is very small and plain, with no dates. Next to it is a stone "Mrs. Ernst Vogel". Do you know her name?
Added by Kat on Jun 18, 2008 10:53 AM
|Fayth Evjen||Photo Request|
Hi, I noticed that you took pictures of the Wright family at the Amers-Wright Cemetery. I would like for you to get credit for it. All you have to do is go to the Ames-Wright Cemetery and hit photo request where it well as you to fill the request. And again thank you for the photos. I really enjoy them! Fayth
Thanks you for the pictures of the Wright stones at the Ames-Wright Cemetery. Fayth
|Julie H||THANK YOU!!|
These are GREAT photos!!! The snow looks awesome! Granted this is a Cali girl, lol. But THANK YOU very, very, very much!!!
Added by Julie H on Feb 13, 2008 6:22 PM
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