|M Cooley||Sarah Nate Moore Godard|
Kim, Please review her memorial again. I added the information I could find. If you have additional items to add please email me. Michelle
Added by M Cooley on Mar 30, 2017 4:15 PM
I hope I got it right this time.
Let me know if it is not correct.
One of these days we should get together and trade pictures and stories of Dexter and Sarah....
Thanks Tim Cutter
|Rosemary Arnold Torresan||RE: second cousins Arnold|
Hi kim, So does that make us second cousins once removed?? It gets confusing.My dad was the second of three children born to Frederick and Annie Maria(second wife).I do'nt know much about the first family.My Aunt Muriel had three children,a boy and two girls,my Dad,Kenneth,had four,girl, boy and two girls(I'm the oldest)and Uncle Les(Lesley)had four girls.I have three sons and one grandson.There are lots of other cousins. It was great to hear from you!Talk to you again! Rosemary.
|Rosemary Arnold Torresan||second cousins Arnold|
Hi Kim, We are second cousins!!My name is Rosemary Arnold Torresan. I live in Burnaby(suburb of Vancouver) British Columbia Canada.John Arnold is my Great Grandfather Frederick Arnold (his son) my Grandfather,Kenneth Arnold (Fred's son) My Dad.Herbert Arnold is my Great Uncle! I discovered you through my sister who is researching the Arnold history,she lives in Toronto Canada.It would be interesting to talk to you, we did'nt know anything about your branch of the family!
|Lynn Wiltzius||RE: Elder|
My Elder family have been in the US when yours arrived. Mine goes back to the 1740's and may even go further. Not sure yet where they came from but thinking its in the same area yours came from.
|Lynn Wiltzius||RE: Perkins families|
Here's my lineage on Perkins:
Henry Perkins m Elizabeth Sawbridge
ch John Perkins m Judith Gater
ch Mary Perkins m Thomas Bradbury
ch Jane Bradbury m. Henry True, Capt II
ch John True (deacon) Martha Merrill
ch John True II m. Mary Brown
ch Ephraim (Henry) True m Mary Martha Meaten
ch Joshiah True m Almyra Tuttle
ch Mason True m Esther Baker Campbell
ch Solon True m. Sara Ann Birge
ch Minnie E. True m Joseph Carl Matheson
ch Mabel Matheson m. Archie Wineland
ch Shirley Wineland (mother) m Myron Taylor (father)
So, it does look like we are related on the Perkins family tree. I'll check the Elders out too! lol
|will chenette||Sailsbury Burying ground|
Yes I been there all that left is a tiny marker . The original stone is gone. I looked at the stones it looks like the Bradbury plots. I took lots pictures cant find them.
|Lynn Wiltzius||Elder/Perkins families|
I believe we are related. Would love to exchange information with you.
|Barbara Weichert||RE: Mary Perkins Bradbury|
Hi again, Kim,
Do you think that the one that you posted as a picture of Mary's grave marker is that of her daughter-in-law, Mary who was married to Thomas? It's very confusing when members of a family have the same names! Have you ever been to the Salisbury Old Colonial Burying Ground? It is so nice that they have put a laminated list along with a map at the entrance. Now just to get findagrave to agree to the change. I did send an edit! I am really into accuracy!
|Barbara Weichert||Mary Perkins Bradbury|
Mary Perkins Bradbury was my 8X great grandmother. (My mother was a Bradbury.) I recently went to Salisbury Old Colonial Burying Ground in Salisbury looking for her husband, Thomas Bradbury. Prior to that I had called the person who keeps the records for Bartlett Cemetery in Amesbury, and she told me that there wasn't a record for Mary in that cemetery. It was a nice surprise to find the grave marker for Mary Perkins Bradbury beside Thomas'. They are buried behind their son Thomas and his wife Mary. I can't quite tell from the picture that you submitted whether that is Mary Perkins Bradbury's grave marker or that of her daughter-in-law. I am now back at home in Arizona, and I have no way of going to check again. I did take several pictures at the cemetery. I had added one that showed the list of who is buried in the Old Colonial Burying Ground. It has now disappeared. That list is laminated and chained to the area near the entrance that shows where everyone in that cemetery is buried. I will try adding that picture again along with the one that shows the entrance. I think that I had also added that picture. As a descendant and an amateur genealogist, I am anxious to get the name of the cemetery changed on her memorial and have submitted an edit.
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