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|Elaine||RE: Hatch Family|
You are welcome... I continue to look for undocumented stones in the old falmouth cemeteries. If it's out there...it may pop up someday! have a great Summer
Added by Elaine on Apr 15, 2017 8:54 AM
|nathandebora||RE: Bethel Scott|
You know what they say, all good things come to those who wait. We were on vacation and decided to photograph the cemetery. Don't know why no one did it before, it was right on the road. Your very welcome. Nathan
|Rebecca||Beckie Feinberg Shapiro|
I noticed that you posted information about my great grandmother, for whom I am named. I would like to track down her grave. Do you mind me asking your connection to Beckie, and also, if you have any additional information regarding where she is buried?
Thank you kindly.
Added by Rebecca on Mar 27, 2017 1:23 PM
|Elaine||RE: Lydia Hatch Old Burying Ground|
In the late 1800's a Reverend documented all the existing stones standing at the time and in 1903 posted a complete list of these stones including
their epitaphs, in the local paper. Lydia Hatch was not in the list.
It does not mean she is not buried there, but a search for a stone is probably not going to produce any results and unless you have documentation on her burial there, you will never know for sure. There are many small family lots and the Hatches lived in many areas of Falmouth. North Falmouth, West Falmouth, Waquoit, etc.... all with their own cemeteries.
I am giving you the link to the historical society and perhaps you will be able to
read the document yourself. it is 50 pages long.
Good luck with your search.
Added by Elaine on Mar 25, 2017 9:39 PM
|dhintx||RE: Jesse Allen Spurling Jr|
I agree. That's why I spend so many hours combing through old online newspapers looking for obits. Happy you were please, too. Donna
Added by dhintx on Jan 29, 2017 9:18 PM
|Shelley Hill||Ida & Mae Spurlin|
I was trying to fulfill your photo request for Ida Spurlin buried in Miller Cemetery. After looking several times for her I checked the cemetery book and she wasn't listed and then I looked for her at Ancestry. Her death certificate lists as being buried at Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Indiana. She died at the Madison State Hospital in Jefferson Co., Indiana on 19 Feb 1944. She was born 8 May 1871 in Indiana to William P. Terry and Martha T?oker. I hope this helps you out. I'm still looking for Mae Spurlin, her death certificate does confirm she is buried in Miller Cemetery, so I'll keep poking around to find her. I hope this helps you out. Should you have any more questions please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Elaine Berkowitz||RE: Mary Glass Gill|
It is much easier if you make these request through the edit tab. I will make this transfer as I do this for family and she is not a part of mine.
|ollie jones||RE: spurlin tree|
thanks daisies and dalmations for trying to help me with sarah jane ritter , kearney.. i still don't know if she was a spurling before marriage to ritter and then kearney. ollie jones
|Sara||RE: Marie L. Spurlin|
I am the ex wife of Lloyds son
Michael R.Spurlin and I have his only 2 children ( 1 is Amanda Marie Spurlin named after her great grandmother ) just trying to make sure that one day when my grandbabies go to do the family tree thing that all the info I can remember is there now because I may not be here then..
not interested in taking it over just trying to help ..thanks for all your hard work by the way .
Added by Sara on Apr 03, 2015 9:41 PM
|Sara||Marie L. Spurlin|
She had a son Lloyd Spurlin and on his memorial you have no children and he has two linda spurlin-jewellery 1957 and Michael Spurlin 1959 both are still alive
Added by Sara on Apr 03, 2015 9:24 PM
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