|CC-Genealogy||re: Cyrennus Finch|
Thanks for bringing this listing back in front of my eyes. According to the stone marker, I had the name spelled incorrectly: It should be Cyrenius. There must have been some fad about that name in NY state at about 1800, I have McNeil ancestors who named a child by this name.
|CC-Genealogy||re: Finch Minerva and Cyrennus|
For the Cyrennus Finch memorial, I simply copied the information from Claude Thummel's "Descendants of John Finch of Connecticut" published 1965. I then placed a request to have a volunteer find the grave and photograph it. So perhaps the better person to ask for the location of this grave is the person who took the photo (jamin #47703369). Be sure to reference Cyrennus Finch who is find a grave memorial #106636143.
My only problem with this listing is that Mr Thummel tells us that it is in Richfield township. My assumption is that when the 'crosstown' freeway was built, the boundaries for Richfield changed, thus placing Oak Hill cemetery firmly within the boundaries of Minneapolis. I doubt that there was once a different cemetery named Oak Hill in Richfield.
|JB||RE: Hope Cemetery photos|
I did download on three graves today and just increased the size on the smallest one which was the first one I did. William has been enlarged. Sorry about the moss on the stone but I was not prepared to do any type of cleaning, also my cell phone leaves a lot to be desired when taking photos as it is quit old. I still have several images to dowlood so stay tuned. JB
Added by JB on Oct 05, 2015 3:07 PM
|Marne K. Cutting||RE: William and Fidelia Barnard graves|
You are very, very welcome, I try very hard to give people the best photos I possibly can.
The information on this memorial was submitted to me by another researcher. I don't know their source. I descend from the Eastman family, but am not familiar with the Rix book.
Added by Judith on Aug 22, 2015 2:19 PM
|Irene Dowling||Abby Golding|
Diane, I'm still working on these as I just got home. Based on the location she should be and the fact that the only readable word on the stone is Abby, I'm pretty sure this is the correct stone. Cemetery records indicate that she is the only person named Golding buried in Littleton. Check back tomorrow as I should have the photo updated by then.
I walked through the entire cemetery and was only able to find Isabella.
There is a directory board at the cemetery and I did check that before leaving. The other Saunders are listed so I went through the section one more time and was still unable to locate any of them.
Be that as it may I still hope you enjoy the photos that I was able to download.
Added by DDM on Jul 09, 2015 6:33 PM
Hi Diane - I couldn't find any divorce record for her and Fred either. I am not related to Agusta. Thanks, LG
Thank you so much for the photos you provided! Your efforts are much appreciated.
|Chris Mills||Roberta Stevens|
The siblings are linked together automatically when you link people to the same parents. If you don't have parent memorials to link to you can create links to the siblings in the bio section but you have to code them in html.
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