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rick pickwick (#47208861)
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Bio Photo I am a retired Chemist/chemical educator. I am now a national certified and NH licensed massage therapist and also an Alexander Instructor. I am doing a lot of research into the genealogy of my family. Photography is my hobbie.
You are free to use my photos for nonprofit uses and applications only. When used it is appreciated to see a photo credit use. thanks, i hope i can help and i look forward to our communication.
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Connie Lagasse Russell
RE: donald mitchell
Thanks for the bio; I've added most of it to his memorial.
Added by Connie Lagasse Russell on Jul 04, 2017 6:13 PM
Fred Richardson
RE: Richardson family
Good to hear from you Rick. The short answer is that, no I haven't found where John R is buried. I do know that his Aunt Ruby Richardson Young (M to Jesse) and her four children moved to Wheelersburg, Ohio in the early 1800's and I assume that John went there in the late 1820's and most likely connected with his cousin John Young who was a very prosperous Banker in Cincinnati, OH. Beyond that I haven't been able to find anything else out. I have also tried to find where John's father Luther and his Grandfather Ebenezer are buried. I know that Luther died in South Carolina, most likely Charlestown and that Ebenezer moved to Lunenburg, VT in the 1780's as I have a deed that from him to Luther and that was his residence at that time. But I have not found any other records. I did find and visit the graves of Ebenezer's father Ebenezer in Columbia, CT and his Father Samuel's grave in Woburn, MA.

And I am related through John & Olive's son David, his son Byron, his son Fred, his son Norman, and my Father Fred.

Good to hear from you. Do you live in NH?
Added by Fred Richardson on Jun 08, 2017 5:33 AM
William Peel
Sylvanus Brimhall.....
Hello Rick,
Thank you for the additional information. I appreciate it. It has been added to the memorial. Have a nice day.
Added by William Peel on Jun 05, 2017 4:49 PM
Denise (Deni) Earle
RE: mary clay & isaac brackett
I've no idea I'm sorry
Added by Denise (Deni) Earle on Jun 05, 2017 12:29 PM
David Boudreau
RE: James Gilchrist
What I wrote in my first message would be fine to add to the memorial. I have a history of the 13th
New Hampshire but too long for the memorial. Maybe
I can try and cut it down. The State of New Hampshire couldn't find the vital records I was looking for so I'm still at 99.9 percent sure as to James being my GR GR Grandfather.
I agree totally about the kids of today, some of them just don't Know what reality is all about.
Added by David Boudreau on May 15, 2017 2:45 PM
David Boudreau
James Gilchrist
Hi Rick, Thanks for excepting the Bio addition on James Gilchrist. I got the info. from his Pension
Papers. I've had this gut feeling for years that he was my Gr Gr Grandfather. My Grandmother never spoke
of him. After she died I started digging and it always came back to this James. So I went ahead and
and started obtaining documents. I'm 99.9 percent sure but I want to be 100 percent. I'm waiting for other documents at this time. I believe he was a crewman on ships carrying immigrants back and forth
between Glasgow and the States. In 1861 he must have decided to stay and enlisted in the US Navy, June 1861 and served aboard the USS Colorado until June
1862 when the ship returned to Portsmouth Naval
Shipyard. It was at this time he enlisted with the
13th N.H. Infantry, Co K. He saw battle both at sea
and on land until 1865. I can only imagine some of what he saw. His life after the war was as rough as he probably was. My Gr GR Grandmother left him with their 2 children and never looked back. Believe me there's more to this story. I'll write it all down somenday.
Added by David Boudreau on May 14, 2017 7:26 AM
Denise (Deni) Earle
RE: mary clay & isaac brackett
What cemetery in what state?
Added by Denise (Deni) Earle on Apr 30, 2017 7:50 AM
Pat Van Den Berghe
Have added his name to Mary J. Currier Ladd, thank you for the information
Added by Pat Van Den Berghe on Jan 16, 2017 1:42 PM
Bill Blake
RE: charles pickwick mail carrier
glad you found this picture interesting. I wish I had more to tell you but unfortunately this is all I have.

Added by Bill Blake on Jan 07, 2017 2:41 PM
Hannah Cole Aldrich 152651634
Hi Rick, I had requested a photo of Hannah's stone. You had posted that you believed that all the stones was posted. It is posted, there are four people on it. Including her husband, John Aldrich, 150495601. But it never got posted to her memorial. Could you check on that for me. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much. Have a great day!
Added by Ruth on Nov 16, 2016 4:25 PM
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