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Catherine dee Auvil (#47412876)
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Bio Photo Some of the surnames I am interested in: Auvil Auville Abel Cronise Beckwith Hochwaerter Nestor Bean Christian Mastin Vail Wilson Bliss
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ChuckNorris
RE: Robert F McPhee
You are very welcome. I photographed the entire cemetery. Nice little place!
Added by ChuckNorris on Jul 05, 2011 6:44 PM
L. Finley
RE: Elizabeth Partridge Johnson
Hi Catherine,

Thanks for your kind words, and please feel free to share my information of WeRelate.org. The more we all share the better, as it not only saves duplication of efforts, but a "new pair of eyes" may catch something someone else does not :O)

Best Wishes,
Lucia
Added by L. Finley on Jun 16, 2011 7:51 PM
L. Finley
RE: Elizabeth Partridge Johnson
Hi Catherine,

The Johnson's in Middlesex, CT are a difficult group to research and document (circa 1600-1800) due to their abundance and intermarriage. One of my ancestral lines is that which descends through Capt. John Johnson b. 1588 England d. 1659 MA, down through these Middlesex, CT Johnson's. In an effort to document my own ancestors, I did considerable research in 2008/2009 on the CT Johnson group, and was helped in this effort by Findagrave contributor "Ruth" who photographed many of their stones and verified their location within Johnson family groups. I have the Hale transcription for the JOHNSON names in Old Farm Hill, and while it lists several Elizabeth Johnson's, it does not include the Elizabeth (Partridge) Johnson on this memorial. However, Joseph Johnson (husband of E. Partridge) was also not on the transcription, and his stone verfies that he indeed is buried in this cemetery (his dates concur with other documentation for this Joseph). Ruth went to the cemetery and documented that the "Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson" in my memorial was buried next to this Joseph. As Joseph's first wife, Elizabeth Blake, died in 1720, this is clearly not her grave (she is buried in Riverside Cemetery). I'm aware of the research giving different dates from Elizabeth Partridge, for example that done by Coralynn Brown, a respected researcher and contributor, which states the following "Elizabeth, b. Oct. 7, 1688; m. (1) May 9, 1709, John Hamlin Jr.; m. (2) _____ Hamlin; m. (3) _____ Johnson of Woodstock, Conn.; m. (4) _____ Payson of Middletown, Conn." Further, the Barbour Collection documents the 1709 marriage to Hamlin and the 1722 marriage to Johnson. I have always questioned that if she married Joseph Johnson in 1722, she would have been 42 years old at that marriage (from the age on her headstone), rather old to then give birth to six children (the last being born in 1736 when she would have been 56). However, I have found no other documentation that would support this grave being anyone other than Elizabeth Partridge Johnson. That fact, and the location next to husband Joseph Johnson, coupled with the lack of any record of a different burial which might be hers, leads me to believe this is the correct gravesite.

If you have access to Ancestry, I have documentated my Johnson line (which includes this Elizabeth Partridge) quite well. My tree is "The Storrs, Oakley & Lane Families".

If you have some further documentation that is primary and offers sound reason to further question my conclusion, please advise me, as I'm always happy to go back and re-examine previous work if new documents come to light :O)

Best Wishes,
Lucia Finley
Added by L. Finley on Jun 15, 2011 6:15 PM
ChuckNorris
RE: Robert McPhee - Addy
I find that Robert appears on a transcription as being buried in Summit Valley Cemetery not in Addy Cemetery. If he is not listed there feel free to add him and request a photo of his headstone.
Added by ChuckNorris on Jun 01, 2011 8:10 PM
ChuckNorris
RE: Robert McPhee - Addy
If he is listed in the cemetery and there is no headstone photo then it is because he has no headstone. I photographed everything I could find. The cemetery is a mess. There are a lot of missing stones. There are lots of old metal funeral home markers that are no longer readable. To my knowledge there is no map or plot information for this cemetery the records are lost. He was probably listed on an old transcription is why they know he was buried there. Sorry
Added by ChuckNorris on Jun 01, 2011 7:54 PM
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Pearl Kaylor
You are truly Welcome! Enjoy!
Added by ReconnectNow on Apr 11, 2011 2:36 PM
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Pearl Kaylor
Just a note to let you know that I left a headstone photo on Pearl's memorial site here. Rosalie
Added by ReconnectNow on Apr 11, 2011 4:57 AM
 

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