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|WrenthamRoots||William Eugene Sheldon|
Thanks, Caryn, for posting the photo for the Sheldon Family. I have linked them to other relatives that I am aware of.
Just read your bio. I'm also a descendant of Edward Fuller on the Mayflowerr. So, Hi, Cousin! Richard McCann's daughter Rose married a man with colonial ancestry. Roseann
Thank you, thank you. You have located the graves of my Great Grandfather Richard McCann and his second wife Anabell Parker McCann. I can provide you with more details on both starting with Richard's mother's name is Rose Ann Morwood not Norwood. Richard was baptized Richard Joseph McCann, but replace his middle name with his mother's maiden name. Will provide more including links to find grave #'s if you are interested.
Roseann Drew Leute
|Michael Schuler||Joseph Silver Picture|
Thank You for the kind Picture
Again, thank you so much for taking the picture and posting on her page.
Thank you so much for taking the picture of his headstone. It is greatly appreciated.
|Madeleine Fischer||Sarah Hall|
Got your message Caryn. Thanks much. I will update the memorial.
|Madeleine Fischer||Sarah Hall wife of Daniel Hall|
Caryn - just a quick note about your memorial in the Dennis Village cemetery. For many years I thought that her maiden name was Doane. But in fact I recently learned that she was born Sarah Haugh/Hough, in Boston Oct. 15, 1713. Her parents were Samuel Hough and Margaret (Johnson) Haugh/Hough. She was married 1st to a Doane. Then she was widowed and married Daniel Hall as a second marriage. Therefore, her parents were not the Doanes. You will see in her marriage record - Yarmouth March 1, 1740 it says "Decon Daniell Hall of Yarmouth and Mrs. Sarah Doane of Chatham Designe marrage as enterd Feb 27th 1740: and ware published March 1 1740 /s Judah Thacher town clerk." She is referred to as "Mrs." indicating she had been married before. Hope you don't mind this suggestion. I have more info on this if you would like to discuss.
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Thank you for your many edits to the Mayflower cemetery memorials. -Zoe
|Janis Paulding Swanson||Percy Montague Zossenheim|
Hi Caryn, Thanks for the heads up on this memorial. I wondered about the last name. Also, thanks so much for posting the gravestone photo. I've touched base with Zoe who created the other memorial for him. Janis
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