|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts (#47755371)|
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I've been researching my family for a while. My dad is from the South, my mom from the North. It's been an interesting journey.|
Researching the Drake/Eastman/Smith/Cook line on my mom's side, and the Earp/Trent/Buttry line on my dad's side.
If I have put up a profile of your relative don't hesitate to ask me to transfer it, it's yours really. When you ask me to hold onto your family member because you are old or ill, I guarantee you will outlast me. Ask me for the profile before you have to ask FAG for it. I do research when making a profile and will only fill in the info for the difficult finds so the family can find them; all other I leave blank so the family can claim them and fill in their own bio information. I only ask that you don't remove any military information from the profile. I was on a quest to find the veterans buried in Weymouth for the historical society in the past, and had posted whatever I was finding. I believe the people at FAG put connection links on profiles for a reason, so when I hear that somebody is refusing to connect a child because they are "old way" of doing things, or are too lazy to do the research that requires a connection, I will create a link. There is responsibility when creating a profile rather than just the glory of finding them, they are family members. And don't be afraid to use any PHOTOS I have posted here on Find-A-Grave! I would never join a sharing community and then not share.
If I speak to you and it seems abrupt, it is because I have my wheels turning. I'm sorry in advance if I speak cave woman to you.
I don't know why, but people for some reason think I am hiding my name. I can only fit so much in the caption, and when I put Jacki Earp, Weymouth, I was getting questions from people in England. I did something for the Town/City of Weymouth in the past and thought this was important to state I was from Weymouth so I was not representing myself to be an employee of Weymouth, nor a member of the historical society. For anybody that truly cares, my email name posted is correct. My name is Jacki Earp and I am from Weymouth, Massachusetts. I will never have a second account with a false name to hide my identity, what you see is what you get. I was educated in Legal and Law Enforcement, so I am a fact finding person. I prob will speak cave woman to you.
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|Scott W. Trent Jr.||RE: Memorial #176052905|
Morning, I do not understand your message back to me? I do not have this fellow or his wife in any of TN Trent family, I do not have a Thomas Alexander Trent w/ a Sara Jane or Sarah Jane Underwood as a wife..... I am asking where you found them, him, her..... and none of the dozens of John W.'s or shown John Wesley Trent's that I have are this one! And of course, no Addie Trent, which I would assume that the "addie" is a nickname and not a formal 1st. name for her.
I do have a number of Thomas Alexander Trent's in other VA and TN family lines, but here again they do not match this fellow in dates, wife or children.
If you need to send a pdf record you can do it as an attachment to my regular email....
email@example.com and I can, of course, see what you have on these folks...
Thanks, Scott Trent - VA
|Scott W. Trent Jr.||Memorial #176052905|
question, in regards to this fellow, where did you find him? I have a huge Trent family database from 40 yrs. of research, appox. 3 gigbits, 30,000 names, and I don't have this fellow, or his wife. Did you find out who BOTH his parents and grandparents were? I have dozens of John W. Trent's and probably a dozen John Wesley's, but not this fellow.... thanks, Scott Trent - VA
Didn't expect you to transfer memorial, thank you. Working on connecting the family including John AB O'Keefe.
Added by Sparky on Feb 05, 2017 11:28 AM
|Kriston Scott||Augustus Sheals|
Add to his children William Taylor Sheals(1889-1968). He is my grandfather.
|Marilyn Packer||Your work at Jaimaca Plains MA|
Hi Jacki I just read your note on your work: a great dedication and much appreciated here in Colorado. When I visited Jaimaca Plains Cem. 6 years ago I stopped by the office for quidance and they were very helpful but after seeing your research, not complete. I asked to see Robert K. James 1950 (my grandfather)and associated family plots. They pointed to 8 plotslocated on Genetian Path lot 3437. Your information tells me my
great grandfather Benjamine James 1814-1901 and Sarah Ann Kent James 1812-1860 with son are located somewhere else there. Do you happen to know the location at the cem. and are the grave markers in tact? And can you photograph them for me?
Thank you so much - Marilyn from Colorado
|Country Mouse||Willard Cousins/Cozzens, Holliston, MA.|
While trying to connect young Willard Cozzens, West Cem. Holliston, MA. with his parents I found that he also has a death record for Leominster, MA.
I found him on FindAGrave with his parents, buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Leominster, MA.
Father, Joseph #48199030
Mother, Sarah #62614440
Thank you, Gail
|NapaWiner||THANK YOU for starting soooo many memorials!|
You have done a great job finding and typing in so much information about different families!
|NapaWiner||I have created memorials for the parents of Thomas Carpenter Seaman|
I will send you a listing of an abandoned graveyard in Westerlo, Albany County, NY that has the gravestones of the parents and some siblings of Thomas Carpenter Seaman (1816-1888). T.C. Seaman was my 3rd great uncle.
|Bob Mazzi||RE: Charles Whitton Bowker 175237821|
I don't know if you read my bio, but I am actively working the Bowkers. Charles is not in my tree, at least not yet as I don't know his grandparents. But I am working it. Thank you for the memorial adds of his family. I had some information on them from other sources but you confirmed some details. I do a scan for newly added Bowker memorials very week or so which is how I found your new material. If you have a focus on Bowkers, or this specific line, as well, send me an e-mail and I'll give you some more on this line. I definitely have Drake in my line, Samuel and Mary Fowler are 6th greats. My nearest line Smith is Smith is Mary Smith and Jethro Tilton who are 7th greats. I have some Eastman and Cook data, although not related. I do have line Cooke's, although back in England.
Regards, Bob Mazzi
I dont know what happened to my link below, but it still works if you click on it. :)
Added by Denise on Jan 13, 2017 7:07 PM
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