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Bruce (#46602183)
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Bio Photo History has always interested me. Cemeteries are a wealth of history. All one needs to do is look.
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Bob Ramsdell
Joseph Ramsden
Hi Bruce. I Have a question about Joseph Ramsden. Did you find his burial info from records or actually see the stone at Hillside cemetery? If you seen the stone is there a way to get a picture of the stone. If it was from documentation, would it be possible to get a copy of that.
My name is Robert Ramsdell and I'm the 8th Great grand son to Joseph Ramsden. We are trying to find his town and country of origin in our family tree. A pic or documentation would be great to show where he ended up.
Thanks Robert L Ramsdell
Added by Bob Ramsdell on Sep 19, 2017 7:50 PM
Kathy Stroope Veasey
your lineage
I see you have seveeral BICKFORD graves documented.. are you are Bickford??
Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on Aug 17, 2017 6:55 PM
Bill and April
John Blaisdell, McCoy Cemetery, Gilford
Hello Bruce, Could you kindly take down the picture you have posted on memorial #11525248 for John Blaisdell. The picture you have posted is for John Blaisdell, 10th row, 25th grave. The memorial is for John Blaisdell, 10th row, 30th grave. Same name different dates and parents. Thanks! Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Mar 22, 2017 11:14 AM
Marie and Bruce Newell
New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery
We respectfully request permission to use the cemetery sign photo in our online tree with credit. Marie has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition.

Thanks for your consideration.

Marie and Bruce Newell
Added by Marie and Bruce Newell on Dec 17, 2016 3:39 AM
Anthony Buscemi
Asa and Orilla Magoon graves

I just wanted to comment on this grave... I have seen graves for Asa and Orilla Magoon in a small, secluded cemetery in Sandwich, NH. It's called the Levi Smith Cemetery. I believe the actual burial sites for these individuals would be there. Is is possible the stone in Bean Cemetery is for memorial only even though the remains aren't actually buried there?
Added by Anthony Buscemi on Nov 10, 2016 5:11 PM
Jean McLean
Hannah Trafton Hanson
Thank-you Bruce for updating Hanna's maiden name from Seward to Trafton.
Jean McLean
Added by Jean McLean on Nov 08, 2016 4:31 PM
Jean McLean
Hannah ?Seward? Hanson
Please note that Hannah was a Trafton as verified by the attached will. Thank-you Jean McLean
Will abstract for Benjamin Trafton

3 Aug 1829 - Will abstract - 'Being in ill health To my son Jonathan Trafton, all the note I hold against him; also 1 of my pew rights in the gallery of the Congregational meeting house in Alfred.
To each of my daus, Mary Abbot wife of Jacob Abbot, Patience Sayward wife of Jonathan Sayward and Dorothy Getchel wife of Isaiah Getchel, $10 each to be pd to each of them in 12m after my dec by my sons Benjamin and Rufus.
To my dau Hannah Hanson wife of Joseph Hanson, all my right and interest to a tract of land in Wolfsborough NH, being the same I bgt of the heirs of Paul Wiggin and of the heirs of sd Wiggin's late widow and wife, and whereon sd Joseph and Hannah now reside at Wolfsborough.
To my dau Catharine Trafton, 1 cow, 2 sheep, 1 bureau, 2 tables that were brought to me by my 2nd wife, 2 pewter platters, 1 the largest, the other the smaller in size, 1 bed and sufficient bedding, 1 bedstead, a looking glass that was her mother's and a large spinning wheel.
Not having heretofore disposed of a timber lot situated at the W end of my farm and W of Tweek's brook, I dispose of it in the following manner. To my son Rufus, so much of sd lot as can be flowed by a dam made and erected at the place known as the beaver dam, 6 ft in height, sd beaver dam is on sd brook and sd tractg so to be flowed is or has been in part mowed. Also I give to him 1/2 of the residue of sd timber lot which cannot thus be flowed by sd 6 ft dam.
To my son Benjamin, 1 of my pew rights in the gallery of sd Congregational meeting house, 1/2 of the timber lot lying W of Tweed's brook which cannot be flowed in manner aforesd. Also I give to him my mare if she should be living at my dec.
To my son Rufus, all the residue of my RE & PE.
Appt my son Rufus exer.
Dated: 26 May 1829
Signed with his signature.
Witnesses: Henry Holmes, Benjamin Ferguson, Jotham Trafton
In probate: 3 Aug 1829' "York County, Maine Will Abstracts 1801-1858"
Added by Jean McLean on Oct 19, 2016 6:03 PM
Sonia Glines
Glines and related
I am just wondering why I can't get you to make any of the changes I have requested, linking families together and giving full names and dates?

Like 22223241 Charles Leonard Glines
Added by Sonia Glines on Sep 06, 2016 12:49 PM
Bill and April
Grant Cemetery, Gilford, NH
Hello Bruce, Thank you for your work in this cemetery. We noticed one posting error that we were hoping you could correct. Grace D. Rollins Dow, 11581689, has the picture of her husband's parents posted to her memorial. The correct picture for her is posted to her husband's memorial, Percy C. Dow, 11581684. Could you remove the incorrect picture and replace it with the one from Percy's memorial? Thanks! Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Apr 09, 2016 11:33 AM
Scott Connor Barnard
Bean Cemetery
Thanks for your work in Bean Cemetery. I tried to connect them all as best I could. Hope it helps
Added by Scott Connor Barnard on Mar 16, 2016 6:14 AM
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