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|Scott Leonard (#47229103)|
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San Francisco-based genealogist. Feel free to use my images in your family research. Any written composition in my blog (linked below) - please accredit your use of same by quoting me, and linking to my blog site. Thanks.|
Would love to discuss the following lines in New England:
-Leonard (Portraine Ireland to Portland Maine)
-Fuller (Mayflower to Lowell, Mass and Maine)
-Petersen (Aalborg and Copenhagen Denmark to Westbrook Maine)
-Morgan (Waldo County Maine and Rutland Vermont)
-Mortensen (Svendborg Denmark to Berlin, New Hampshire)
-Clark/Clarke (Jamestown Settlement to East Haddam, Connecticut and Maine)
-Tooker (Lyme Connecticut)
-Temm/Timm (Hamburg Germany to Scarboro Maine)
-Morrill (Sandwich & Tuftonboro NH & Berwick & Portland Maine)
-Jameson (Rockland, Friendship, Thomaston, Maine)
-Murch (Rockland, Gorham, Bangor, Hampden Maine)
-Holland (Germany to Jay & Hampden Maine)
-Osborn (East Hampton New York to Fairfield and Winslow Maine)
-Brownrigg (Nova Scotia to Portland Maine)
-Harvey (Nottingham New Hampshire to Atkinson Maine)
-Bell (Nova Scotia to Jay and Dover Maine)
-Holmes (Plymouth Massachusetts to Winterport Maine)
-Bean (Scotland to Exeter NH and Carroll County NH)
-McLellan (Ulster Ireland to Portland Maine)
-Howlett (Portraine Ireland)
-Wyman, Chick, Burrill, Sibley (Central Maine)
-Martin, Hall, Lord, Mather, Harvey, Phelps, Peck, Coult, Tiffany, Brainerd, Warner, Dart, Rathbone, Beckwith, Seldin, Chapman (Central Connecticut)
-Hadlock and Harvey (Rockingham, NH)
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Would you please take a look at Memorial# 172057158 you entered. Please note that this individual is actually buried with her first spouse Memorial # 145911909. The accompanying photograph was taken at Seaside Cemetery, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland County,ME. Actually, someone else has also entered her name at seaside under the name of her second spouse. I am contacting that contributor as well and asking she delete her entry. Please consider doing the same as the photo should be ample evidence. Thanks so much.
Added by NoraK on Jul 22, 2017 3:36 PM
|Irma||Frances (Tooker) Hall # 72043867|
Would you have a photo of her gravestone? You have a photo of her husband Harvey's gravestone rather than hers for her memorial. Thanks! Irma
Added by Irma on Jul 14, 2017 10:43 AM
|Richard Joseph Francis Finnick||Thank You|
Your Find A Grave postings are proving to be af great help to me. Many thanks.
|h2buck||RE: Mehitable Clark Bankgs|
Thank you, Scott, for all your time and effort!
Added by h2buck on Mar 28, 2017 7:36 AM
|Tim & Grace||Sarstroff in Portland, Maine|
Thank you for transferring the Sarstroff memorials to me. I have a good start on linking this family together.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
|Bob McLellan||Eugene Harvey|
Scott, thank you very much for the transfer.
My goodness, that was quick!!! Thank you so much!
Added by Nicki on Dec 18, 2016 8:24 PM
Would you be willing to transfer the above memorial site for Luella Stillings' memorial to me? She was a member of my family and I would like to put some biographical information on her site and link her up with other members.
My Find a Grave number is 48160551.
Thank you for any consideration you can give me.
Added by Nicki on Dec 18, 2016 7:26 PM
Hello Scott - Again.
Question for you. Do you have in your records the wife of Stanley William Piper - Irene Champagne? She was born 26 Sep 1925 @ Wolfeboro, NH and supposedly died in 1975, several years prior to Stanley. Their daughter Rita (#162410924, already attached to father) is also buried there.
Thank you for checking your records.
|Amanda||RE: Isaac Canney|
You're welcome. I don't know if you noticed, but my cousin and I were finally able to get to the Canney cemetery last weekend and take pictures of all the headstones. It was way down in the woods on the property that Herbert Ayers used to own. It's fairly well maintained though. Someone from Tuftonboro goes around to all the cemeteries to take care of them, which is nice.
Added by Amanda on Sep 07, 2016 6:15 PM
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