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Past Chairman,Cemetery Comittee, Sanford-Springvale Veterans Memorial Comittee, Sanford,Maine|
Past District Treasurer District 1 American Legion, Past Vice Commander,American Legion Post 19,Sanford-Springvale
COMMANDER 2009-2011 VFW Sanford, Maine
Vietnam Veteran 93rd Evacuation Hospital Long Bihn, Vietnam & 36th Evacuation Hospital VungTau, Vietnam.
485 Preventive Medicine Unit Ludwigsburg,Germany
US Army Medical Equip Repair School Fitzsimmons General Hosp Denver, Co.
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington,D.C. Medical Supply Specialist
Basic Training Fort Dix, N.J.
,Board of Directors, Riverside Cemetery,Springvale, Maine, Pease Greeter, Recipient of Silver Rose Medal. Please email me for any info on persons interred in the cemeteries in Sanford-Springvale. email@example.com Please do edits. If you don't understand; email me
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|Steve Gilchrist||John Libby - Libby-Hanson Cem.|
My name is Steve Gilchrist and I live in Harpswell Maine. This past Saturday (1 Jul 2017) I was in search of several Libby (Libbey) kin within the old burying grounds of the Berwicks. With Find-A-Grave print outs in hand I managed to find many with a town map. This being said, I was not able to find my 5th GGF Lieut. John Libby (1757-1837) and his wife Sarah. From your information on F.A.G. they are to be found in the Libbey-Hanson #12 cemetery in North Berwick, and particularly on Little River Rd. Alas I could not find them. Could you kindly provide me with additional directions as to the location of this site? Is it more toward Lebanon, or Eliot, or somewhere in between? Your assistance would be most appreciated. I also have that Sarah's maiden name is Woodsum (1757-1828).
|D. Curtis||RE: Daniel Robie|
Daniel Robie # 1435362. His son Nathan # 61799465 died 12 Dec. 1811, married Hannah Dudley, who died 16 Aug. 1834 (no memorial number) She was the daughter of Joseph and Susanna Ladd Dudley. Nancy, daughter of Nathan and Hannah born 18 Aug. 1785, Mount Vernon, Kennebec ME.
|Robert Perreault||Raymond N Houle|
Mem# 27373043 birth 25 Apt 1927 Parents Paul and Maria Laroche
|Robert Perreault||Charles LaRose|
Memorial # 148311907 his birth 26 Sep 1863 Abbotsford-St-Paul- Canada
|Robert Perreault||Olivine Boivin wife of Elzear Perreault|
She was born 20 Jan 1891 Ste-Agnes-Ham-Nord Quebec-Canada her Parents Napoleon Boivin and Emelie Dupuis
|Robert Perreault||Arthur LaRose Lena Gallant|
Lena Gallant parents were Joseph Gallant and Mary J (White) LeBlanc
|Evelyn Roberge Sanford||Bougie Corrections|
Thank you so much for providing my relatives on my grandmother's side of the family - Joseph (Find a grave mem #136495832) and Emma Bougie (find a grave mem.# 136495995) I do, however, have some information (from the 1910 Federal Census from Sanford ME) if you could please update the children for the Bougie Family. You already have 6 of the children, the other 4 are: Delerise Bougie Roberge, 10 Oct 1894-7 Jul 1965; Eva Bougie abt. 1899; Arthur Bougie, abt. 1902;and Adelard Bougie, abt. 1903. If I can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact me via Find A Grave, Member #48777385.
Evelyn Roberge Sanford
|Dick Morris||Elizabeth Hasty, Find a Grave #154750762|
Thanks for posting the information on Elizabeth Hasty. I have wondered for several years when she died and where she was buried.
I added a couple of bits of data about about her through Find a Grave. I couldn't find a way to add that she and Walter were divorced in 1855. It must have been a real scandal - the court records say he had assaulted her with a weapon and was having an adulterous relationship with at least two named women. I don't have her father's or mother's name, but her sister is Mary Cook. b; about 1811, d: 11 April 1895. Mary was married to William Chisholm and they lived in Nova Scotia. I'm comfortable that the relationship between Mary and Elizabeth is accurate because I have their son's, my gg grandfather's, diary in which the son, Nelson W. Chisholm mentions corresponding a number of times with Elizabeth (Cook) Hasty's two daughters, Eliza Jane and Mary Ellen in the 1850s, before they both came to California where Nelson was living.
|John Colburn||Walker Marshall # 82245069|
I am wondering how you determined this Walker Marshall was born Aug. 26, 1786 in Weare, NH. He is mentioned in the History of Weare N. H. by William Little (1888) but that book says he lived in Bradford NH and died there in 1878.
Thank you for posting the photo of my son's stone - Nathan C. Stewart - in Springvale. I just found out about accessing this site. I have posted two photos of him today.
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