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|Alycia K||Bridget Bowers 27817321 Derby CT|
The Hale Index printout and I will be going to the Old Uptown Burial Ground (known as the Colonial Cemetery in the Index). I was going to highlight the names being sought, however I cannot find Bridget or the Rev. John anywhere on the index. Do you have another source that has them interred there? In very early times, sometimes a community leader would have been buried within the church, or seeing as how he had 12 acres, right on his own property. Is either of those possible? Thanks, going huntin',
Added by Alycia K on Nov 09, 2015 7:33 AM
|Melissa||Regarding John Maynard|
I live in Marlborough and have been to Springhill Cemetery several times, looking for John Maynard, who died in 1711. There is no headstone remaining for him. His son Ensign John Maynard and several other Maynards from later generations are buried there. If you are interested, I can send you a shot of his headstone.
John Maynard is my eighth great grandfather.
Added by Melissa on Jun 15, 2015 7:08 AM
|Alexis||Elizabeth Whiting Western Cemetery|
The gravestones from the 1600's suffered vandalism years ago. The graves were moved to another area and are unmarked now. There is no stone for Elizabeth.
Added by Alexis on May 31, 2015 7:04 PM
Hi. There are no headstones at the cathedral. Years ago the front area was paved over after all headstones were removed during a city center makeover.
Added by Shaun on Jan 29, 2015 1:46 PM
|Staci Sexauer||John Drew, Sr.|
Do you have any information on John Sr? I'll be happy to go take photos if you know where I should look.
Also, would you like me to transfer management of John Jr. and Julia to you?
They are not family to me.
|Paige||William Brace 1749 - 1820|
Here is a copy of the problem report submitted for William Brace:
While William Brace is listed as being buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery Rochester, NY, it has been determined that this is in error. The creator of this memorial has been contacted and the reply is that the memorial is unable to be edited as the maintainer is now someone new. You may wish to try to contact Jeff Kingman to request a memorial update. See memorial page info.
There is a chance that William Brace may be buried at King's Landing Cemetery aka Hanford's Landing. King's Landing is one of Rochester's earliest cemeteries. Mt. Hope Cemetery wasn't founded until 1838. William Brace died 1820. Additionally, there are no internment records for any removals from King's Landing cemetery to Mt. Hope cemetery.
It is recommended to try a photo request for William and Ruth at King's Landing:
Source for this information is from Ancestory.com:
Family trees for Hughes-Harris and Brooks-Ensign
Added by Paige on Jan 07, 2014 11:16 AM