|Genealogy Lady (#47137469)|
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I am a professional genealogist and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. I have over 20 years of research experience.|
PLEASE USE THE EDIT FUNCTION TO NOTIFY ME OF CHANGES TO MEMORIALS. ANY EDITS THAT ARE SENT AS MESSAGES THAT CAN BE EASILY CHANGED USING THE PROPER EDIT FUNCTION WILL BE DELETED. In addition, it is against Find A Grave policy to add information to a memorial via flowers.
I will gladly transfer any grave that is not my direct ancestor. Some of my "pet" families are the DeCosters and the Shepardsons. I am also researching McGraw, Scofield, Troxell, Yegerlehner, Schiele, and several Mayflower lineages.
I do not mind if you copy my photographs, however do me the courtesy of attribution- Deborah Sweeney and list Find A Grave as the location in which you found the photograph before posting to another website or family file. In the United States, attribution and permission are required should you wish to claim Fair Use under copyright law. This is good genealogical practice (GPS #4), as well as being illegal should you do otherwise. Thank you.
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|Chipkins||Susanna Packard (1761-/2-1785|
Susanna Packard, daughter of Jonathan Packard and Martha Williams, has TWO findagrave entries, one for Powder House Graveyard, West Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA (27860215), with headstone photograph, and one for First Parish Burying Ground, Brockton, Plymouth, MA (42554420) without photograph. Can this mystery be solved?
Added by Chipkins on Jun 19, 2017 5:46 PM
|Remember Us||RE: Howard graves Brockton|
Hello! Nice to meet you. I totally understand since you're family! Thank you for all the work you are putting in. I live in Michigan, but one of these days I am going to travel to the east coast to visit some of our family plots. My direct line of Howard Great Grandpa's are: Barnabas/Daniel/Ambrose/Sidney/William/LeRoy/LeRoy. They didn't come to Michigan until William. I'll be working on the tree a bit more tonight, but looking forward to seeing everything you have put together. Have a good one.
|joe harrington||Elizabeth M Michael Gates|
|Cathy||RE: Eleanor Cude #15901890|
Thank you for the information. I'll try to contact the manager of the memorial. We are descendants of Mary (Cude) Lane - just noticed this mistake on her brother Timothy Cude Sr's line.
Added by Cathy on Mar 28, 2017 1:49 PM
|Cathy||Eleanor Cude #15901890|
Thank you for adding the wonderful information for Eleanor Cude. There is a typo in her marriage date. She married Timothy Cude Jr in 1840 not 1860. Their daughter was born in 1841 and Timothy died in 1856.
Added by Cathy on Mar 28, 2017 10:13 AM
|Jay Wright||correction to Nancy Lawhead memorial|
Thanks. I made corrections and added a shout-out of thanks to you for your help.
|Ralph Bean||Memorial Edit Inquiry|
Have you had a chance to review the relationship additions and death date enhancement that I sent to you via edit a couple of weeks ago about my uncle, Paul William Bean, Memorial # 38894973? Thank you. --Ralph Bean
|DRL||RE: Memorial # 99488160|
I send him a note letting him know that Albert isn't buried there.
Added by DRL on Dec 28, 2016 9:11 AM
|DRL||Memorial # 99488160|
In trying to do a photo request this morning for Albert Leach, I went to the Pine Grove Cemetery's records office to get a location. I was told there is no record of Albert Leach being buried in Pine Grove. Can you tell me where the info came from that says he is buried there?
Added by DRL on Dec 28, 2016 8:30 AM
|Richard Edward Dean||John Hodge|
The original head stone was found in the back yard of a house on South Franklin Street. More than a mile from Wendell Cemetery.
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