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|Edwina Bruder||RE: Mabel Smith|
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|John Mairs||RE: Thank you|
Your welcome. Eunice rests in a beautiful little cemetery that is full of large trees, that has been well maintained and cared for.
|Pat Van Den Berghe||clough's in valley|
I couldn't find Caroline she died in Manchester, NH 1876 per a ancestry.com family tree.
There are the Cloughs I have for Charles and Charley and their neighbors in the log
2. Catherine B buried 4/2/1898
5 Charles EW Clough buried 10/16/1898
6. Mary A Clough
7. Joseph Clough
8. Charley Clough
9. William Clough
10 Salley Clough
Edward Clough I believe married three times and is buried in Portsmouth per the family tree I found but the date of death is off, then again it is a military stone from the civil war and that happened alot. The family tree is Wadleigh based so not much on Caroline, she was the mother of 4 children.
Hope this helps .... Pat
|Pat Van Den Berghe||Bartletts in Valley Cemetery|
Thank you for the informtion on the Bartletts in the Valley, I am slowly trying to upload all of the "residents", I will check next time I am down to see if there is a stone there.
Intrestingly enough, it states John is divorced from his wife Charlotte in the 1880 census.
I also added that John and Charles were members of the Sons of the American Revolution.