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|Russ DeGrafft (#46852127)|
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|I was born in Massachusetts, grew up in North Attleboro and excitedly left to go to college in Vermont when I was a very young 17.|
After completing my undergraduate work I married...started a family and added two children after we had moved moved to Connecticut. I was involved in several fields of Education for almost 35 years. I was introduced to Genealogy more then 30 years ago by a cousin who lives in Maryland and have been seriously engaged in the research ever since.
After an early retirement, I have been actively engaged in Historical Societies and Historical Groups throughout the country. I have been fortunate to to have the opportunity to travel to many states searching for more family information.
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|Marilyn||Jesse Hawkins # 12343411|
Hi Russ: There seems to be two memorials for Jesse B. Degrafft Hawkins. One is at Oak Grove cemetery in Pawtucket RI.Memorial # 12478817 and one is in Swan Point Cemetery memorial # 12343411. Her Grave stone with her and her husband is at Oak Grove Cemetery.
Added by Marilyn on Oct 15, 2016 7:33 AM
|Kay Mooney Buckley||Albert Mooney|
I am Kay Veronica Buckley, daughter of Albert James Mooney and Joan Elizabeth Habershaw. Albert had two biological daughters, Kay Veronica and Kristina Marie. He also adopted Joan's three children from a previous marriage. Robert William, Patricia Elaine, and Francis Xavier, biological sons of Robert Barr. All five children were raised together. Al was a wonderful father. Quiet and handsome, he had a great sense of humor. Al died a premature death caused by injuries received in WW11. RIP Dad.
|Jennifer Early Pitsenbarger||RE: John Henry Phelps|
Only the owner or manager of a memorial can actually change information by using the edit tab. If I am not the owner I can use the edit tab to request owner to do the editing. The only thing that I can do to a memorial, which I am not owner of, is to add a photo or a flower in memory of. I hope this helps.
|Carol Dorais||Annie Degraft Mooney|
Annie is buried in a plot with her husband Timothy Moonney at Walnut Hill not far from Edwin Degraft.also in that plot is their son Charley and a baby Clair .Annie said there was also a baby of John(Jack) and Hilda buried there.Their son Harold and his wife Dorothy Drape and their two daughters Dorothy (Dottie) Benoit and Cheryl Forant are also buried there. I'm sorry I should started with I am Annie's granddaughter Carol Mooney Dorais