|Ed Poulin (#47263733)|
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November 3, 2015 ----|
I finished my Gardner and surrounding towns database. It centers on Gardner but I included information on the early residents of Templeton, Winchendon, Westminster, and Ashburnham, Massachusetts garnered from the town histories, censuses, and vital records. It is uploaded to Ancestry.com and has over 101,000 individuals.
If you do not wish to have a memorial online for your relative then let me know and I will delete it.
I have not cleaned the stones so you might come across a photo of one of your relative's stones and think, "what a mess". If you would like a better picture posted then I can go out and retake it no problem and do a little clearing away of dirt and weeds to boot. I just figured I could get all the photos done in a more timely manner and then make a better effort on the ones people actually are interested in seeing.
I have determined the genealogy of most of the original settlers (see my website below) of Gardner MA. Most of these people are buried in the Old Burial Ground while a few are in Green Bower and Crystal Lake Cemeteries. I have also traced the lineages of their progeny as far as the early 1900s and sometimes further.
I am not originally from this town and so I would be glad to transfer the memorials if you want them. As always, feel free to download any photo I've taken and I'd be glad to do some searching in my area if you can't do it yourself.
'Nuff said. Ed
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|Kristina Affeldt||Levi MOORE and Parnell PARKER Moore|
Thank you so much for all the hard work you have put into finding all this information!
I would like to address Levi Moor(e) dob 1759 and his wife Parnell dob 1763.
In researching them, I have come across another user, Leon Christoforo, and his memorials #122940589 and #123035909.
It would appear that you both might have memorials for the same people, with the missing information that each of are looking for. Hopefully the two of you can get in touch and see if these are the same people. Thank you again!
|Eileen pelletier||Bean family:|
My 2 times great-grandmother is a daughter of Sarah Crosby "Runnells" Bean and Joseph Bean. Oldest child and oldest daughter, Elizabeth Eastman "Bean" Williams later Ham. Born Oct. 21 1823.Married a Williams he died no ch: no dates, married a Reuben Ham of Fayette Me.and had around 6 ch: She died in 1870 and both are buried in the Fayette Corner Cemetery, Fayette Me. Two of the ch: are buried with them. I descend from Elizabeth and Reuben's daughter Josephine Buxton "Ham" Campbell 1863-1953.She is buried with family in the Fayette Mills Cem. Tom Surry Rd, Fayette Me. Husband is Alva or Alvah A Campbell, they had 4 ch: No Hams or Campbell's left in Fayette...
|Rachel Hardy||RE: cleaning gravestones|
The only ones I would clean would be the ones of my direct ancestors. I've wanted to do it for a long time but have been waiting to be sure not to do damage. Thank you for the information you sent and thanks so much for taking the time to respond.
|Rachel Hardy||cleaning gravestones|
how do you clean the stones? I've looked on the internet and a weak solution of ammonia is suggested but I'm hesitant to risk it. Do you have any advice for me?
|Rachel Hardy||RE: John Averill |
Thank you for the information. I have lots of very "fluid" names, especially on my father's side!
|Rachel Hardy||John Averill 70654987|
I believe this is my ancestor. I have his wife's name as Hannah Greenleaf and a son named Ebenezer Averill from old information before I began keeping good source records. I have lots of ancestors in Ashby, and Fitchburg area. Thank you so much for your work.
|Norman Paddock||Clark & Gertrude Paddock|
Ed: These are my paternal grandparents. I would like to take over their listing. Thanks so much for all the work you have done with so many listings.
|Shelly K Cherry||RE: Josiah Strong|
Hi, I actually bought Vol. 1 & Vol. 2. They are over a hundred years old. I was so excited to actually find the books themselves and see my ancestry.
|Norm D||Stanley Alisauskas|
Could you please transfer my wife's Grandfather, Stanley Alisauskas, ID 84618611 over to me? My ID is 48304265
Added by Norm D on Mar 12, 2017 12:54 PM
|Rev||RE: Andersen/Olson stone|
thank you so much. I forget sitting here in 60 degrees that you are all experiencing a nasty winter. I thought that was what the lettering on the stone said. And I agree with your connections. Ella MAry, and Selma are sisters to my g-grandfather's second wife, Sigrid Andersen. Thanks for doing this. Reverie
Added by Rev on Feb 13, 2017 11:20 AM
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