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|Larry Schwartzman Sr.||Barbara Farrar|
Greetings. I am trying to find out whatever I can about Barbara Farrar, supposedly the daughter of Ruth Richards and John M. Farrar. Any information you could provide would be most appreciated. Ruth is my great aunt. Larry Schwartzman Sr, firstname.lastname@example.org
I believe this is my 3rd or 4th great grandfather. His son, James Hunter jr was my 2nd or 3rd grandfather. James hunter jr went to indiana and had children in marion county indiana. i have traced this grandfather back to north carolina but have hit a stump. my email is: email@example.com. i also have a tree on ancestry.com, filbert/hunter tree 2.
|Marcy Hammers||Mary Wiedeman|
I went to the Brown Family Cemetery last week & I took a couple of photos of the headstone you requested. I will look at then again & post the best one I have. If you do not like the photo I post please let me know & I will remove it.
We fellow photo volunteers try our best to get what you request, but sometimes it can not be done. I hope this one works for you.
(I am a direct descendant of the Brown Family.)
Went to Oak Grove cemetery yesterday and looked for the infant. I found the rest of the family who have photos already posted. I did take a photo of the area if you would like to see it. There was no headstone for an infant. Are you certain that Maud was not the name of the infant?
If you would like me to post the photo I will, or I can email it to you to do what you want with it.
Maud was closest to the road, then Jane, Eli, Ebson, Agnes. On the other side of Agnes was open space where the baby could be.
Let me know whether to post the picture or give me your email address to send it.
Added by S on Sep 11, 2016 1:27 PM
I'm sorry. when I view the picture on fineagrave it is straight up and no rotation is required. I don't really know what to do for you.
|B. Smith Newmans||Barbara Alice MacKesson Babsie|
Thank you for your memorial page and photos of Babs. i hadn't seen them in a long time Babs is/was my aunt. Her twin being my mother.
We have located her grave in Durham, Ct
|Green Jewell||Margaret Fisher Trowbridge #132483642 & Margaret Farrar Trowbridge #132483657|
I believe these two records are for the same person, Margaret Farrar Trowbridge and have been confused. Margaret Farrar was the wife of "Col." John Trowbridge and mother of "Capt" John Trowbridge
|Tim & Grace||Ellery Clifton Farrar in Village Cemetery, Weymouth, Mass.|
I found Ellery Clifton Farrar burial location.
Lucky for me he isn't buried in Turner, Maine.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
|Bulldog||Boylan in St. John's Morrison|
1st time to cemetery...only found 1 Boylan marker you requested...took One close-up...will post it. Walked entire cemetery. You may have to contact the cemetery sexton, caretaker to learn who holds the mapping. If that person can tell you who is buried on each side (N,S,E,W) of your Sarah, Patrick, Thomas, it's possible a flat stone is hidden by overgrown grass/dirt. The above direction can be added as a note to each Memorial. Of the 25 cemeteries I frequent, most have no records if or when a marker was ever placed. The funeral home and memorial business handle that.
Added by Bulldog on May 15, 2016 1:07 PM
|Tim & Grace||Ellery Clifton Farrar died 1919 in Braintree, Massachusetts|
I just updated my memorial for Ellery Clifton Farrar.
INDEX TO DEATHS IN MASSACHUSETTS 1916-1920
NAME TOWN YEAR VOL. PAGE
Farrar, Ellery Clifton Braintree 1919 28 98
Any idea where he is buried?
Or a more precise date?
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
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