|BScapin||Pittsfield Cemetery - Edward Chesman|
Checking the source: Massachusetts, Revolutionary War, Index Cards to Muster Rolls (web site Family Search), his last name is spelled Cheesman. I will attach a jpg file of the muster roll to his file.
Added by BScapin on Jun 04, 2017 2:53 PM
|Frank K.||unknown burial|
Thanks for the latest links. Unfortunately May Graves' parents' final burial place has not yet been determined. Once you now where they are, send me those links again, please. Thank you.
Added by Frank K. on Aug 23, 2013 10:32 PM
|H. Charles Ohlhous||Anson CHEESEMAN|
I got a copy of the Cemetery plot and List of intered from the Church today, and Anson Cheeseman is not on the the list. What makes you belive that this person is in the cemetery of the former Princetown Reformed Church, now called the Princetown Evengelical Presbyterian Church?
H. C. Ohlhous
|Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.||Curtis Honeywell|
Will be going out to Pleasant Plains Cemetery again tomorrow and will retake picture as the one I have now is not very good. I remembered the name from my several trips to Pleasant Valley Cemetery with no luck locating Curtis while searching.
|Jim Boulden||Elizabeteh 'Betty' Peck|
I took a photo of the stone for 'Bettey wife Derius Peck who died.... 1806' which I assume is the Elizabeth who you have dying in 1808. Though of course I cannot be sure. If you think its her, I will be happy to fulfill your request.
|Diana Madden||Grandview Cemetery Export, PA|
The map of Grandview Cemetery, Export PA that you added here http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=44950 I don't think is correct.
This cemetery is not off of route 30. Its closest to route 22. There is also no chapel, mausoleum, or cul-de-sac