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RE: Joshua Keen 1730-1823 Turner Maine
My family tree on is public. It is the Parker and Craig Family Tree, and you are welcome to look on it for the info I have about Joshua Keen(e). A quick glance at Joshua Keen's profile there indicates yes, he served in the Revolutionary War, and is officially documented by the Sons of the American Revolution, SAR # 6494. I have never contacted the SAR directly, but anyone with an membership will have access to a digital scan of an SAR applications by a descendant, and will include more info about his military service. Hope this helps!
Added by ParkerMoulton on Jun 16, 2016 1:30 PM
tina chadbourne
Joshua Keen 1769-1814
Hi I will be in Highland Cemetery on Saturday June 18th Do you know where in the Cemetery Joshua Keen is I would more then willing to take a photo of the grave while I am there. Tina Chadbourne
Added by tina chadbourne on Jun 15, 2016 1:55 PM
Linda Mac
RE: George Jacobs Sr
Current Salem. Find A Grave#8296 has a photo of George's bench. Find A Grave identifies the location of the cenotaph as "Burying Point Cemetery," but the park is adjacent to the cemetery & clearly identified on online maps.
Added by Linda Mac on Jun 15, 2015 7:50 AM
Linda Mac
RE: George Jacobs Sr
All I know about Mary is from her FINDaGRAVE memorial
Added by Linda Mac on Jun 14, 2015 2:54 PM
Linda Mac
RE: George Jacobs Sr
All who were hung as witches at Salem (including my husband's ancestor, Sarah Carrier) were simply dumped in a nearby ravine. Some families reclaimed the bodies under cover of night & buried them in secret. The city of Salem created a downtown memorial park with an engraved stone bench for each person who died as a result of the hysteria.
FINDaGRAVE permits you to cite this cenotaph as a burial place.
Added by Linda Mac on Jun 14, 2015 2:50 PM
Lyford Dow
Lyford Dow in East Dover Cemetery, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine #24388867.
Added by PMSmith on Oct 09, 2014 9:34 AM
Lyfird Dow died 1841
The grave photo for Lydford Dow who died in 1841, Dover-Foxcroft has the same photo as Lyford D. Dow who died in 1871.
Added by PMSmith on Oct 08, 2014 9:16 PM
Lillian Drake
Posted a re do. If those aren't satisfactory let me know. I'll go back in the fall.
Added by kate on Aug 11, 2014 9:24 AM
RE: Lillian Drake
Not a problem. That stone was hard to photograph because of a reflection bouncing back as well.
Added by kate on Jul 31, 2014 4:30 PM
RE: George & Grace Knowles
Sorry! Did not find a connection. My father was Frank, GF Benjamin, GGF Columbus, GGGF Silas, all of Corinna. Thanks for asking.
Added by TheGhost on Jul 30, 2014 8:44 PM
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