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|Jamie Morlan||RE: Frank Carson Duncan FAG 82809362|
I was going through my messages and noticed that you had messaged me last year about a photo that I posted on Frank Duncan's memorial. I can't remember if I messaged you about this then or not. Last year was pretty hectic and I let findagrave and my genealogy slide. I am not sure which one he is. The names on the photo are Lafe Cortney, Charley Canaan, Mart Adlesperger (my great grandfather), and Frank Duncan. I posted it because it was an awesome photo and I hoped someone else would have the specifics on Frank and Charles. I am pretty sure that Mart is on the lower right. Sorry that I can't be more specific.
|Homeboss||RE: William C. Parmenter gravestone|
Found other relatives to Eva Bannister Parmenter too. Her parents are on another panel of the same gravestone, and siblings are buried in Methuen as well.
Added by Homeboss on Jul 19, 2017 11:25 PM
|Janet Muff||Martin Reynolds|
I've tried to confirm that Martin Reynolds who died in 1901 in MO is the husband of Susan Parmenter and father of Martin Denver Reynolds, but find nothing to make such a link. He was born in VT, and his death record says that the Martin of MO was born in Ohio, which is also what he claims in the 1900 Census. So, please send me a source or a way to follow him in census records that would allow me to make the link. I have him in 1850 and 1860 but not after that.
|S&E||Bow/Bowe in Pittsfield|
Thank you very much for the transfers. What an wonderful surprise. Thanks again.
Added by S&E on Mar 14, 2017 1:47 PM
|thomasbiggins||RE: Mae Webb stone photo|
You are very welcome, the past few weeks were very hard,but the weather has warmed up and a little easier
|lynn lindvall||RE: John and Gladys Carey graves|
Sent you an email
|lynn lindvall||John and Gladys Carey graves|
I found their graves today. Interestingly, their names are on the back side of the stone. Elmer and Mignon Peterson are on the front of the stone. I assume they are all related. I took a picture of the other side too if you are interested in it. Just let me know.
|Janet Muff||RE: Vera Vose|
Margaret Jenks transcribed all the gravestones in Rutland Co., VT, and has created books compiling her transcriptions. But because so many unscrupulous people have put the information from her books onto find-a-grave (whole cemeteries worth of transcriptions), Peggy says that the sales of her books are "dead" and she's not going to produce more. It's very sad.
|Janet Muff||RE: Vera Vose|
Re: the death and burial of Sarah J. Tapper, wife of Charles E. Vose, I suspect she's buried in Ludlow or in Pittsfield. BUT, there's no record of a gravestone for her in Pittsfield. I checked the Jenks transcriptions of all the cemeteries in Chittenden, Mendon, Pittsfield, and Sherburne -towns that are close to each other.
|Janet Muff||Vera Vose|
Thank you for the edits on this memorial but I think you've got a typo. Vera was not born 7 April 1889, she was born 7 April 1879 according to the birth records. So I'm going to decline your request and add the correct information.
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