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ParkerMoulton (#47526409)
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Bio Photo ParkerMoulton enjoys finding ancestors' graves at cemeteries in New England; family history and genealogy research are major pastimes. ParkerMoulton wishes to express much gratitude to all the volunteers of Find a Grave for doing such a superb job with both the historic bios and headstone and cemetery photos of our ancestors' graves.
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RE: Clement Richmond Moulton
Yes, you may. ☺
Added by Ms.Cook~Maine on May 14, 2017 3:53 AM
Patrick McCauley
Tuttle Family of Ann Arbor
I saw you posting information about the Tuttle family and thought I would message you. I am seeking information about the Tuttles of Michigan. Apollos Augur Tuttle and his wife Mary Ann Traver lived in my house at 1418 Broadway in Ann Arbor from the 1840s through 1856. The home was built by Mary Ann's father Absolom Traver who developed much of this part of Ann Arbor. The Tuttles later moved to the Saline area, just south of Ann Arbor. I would love to find out more information about this family.
Added by Patrick McCauley on May 04, 2017 8:23 AM
RE: Warren D Phillips Memorial
Thank you,
It is not my memorial, but it is indeed my
photo... credit is not necessary.... Thank you
for asking first. Have a good day, Elaine
Added by Elaine on Apr 08, 2017 1:28 PM
Deborah Tripp Probert
Deacon Ira Lothrop, Chesterville Center
A note to let you know that Ira's headstone is being repaired this month, as well as other veterans, by Albert Stehle of the Maine Old Cemetery Asso., funding authorized by Chesterville Selectboard :)
Added by Deborah Tripp Probert on Sep 17, 2016 11:35 AM
Catharine MacMillan
Charles Parker & Deborah Isbell
I'm assuming you descend from them. Years ago my mother-in-law gave me a family tree for her family. Charles Parker & Deborah Isbell were her gg grandparents, descent through their son Stephen Edward (sometimes reversed), then his son Frederick Stephen, then his daughter Louise Facer Parker, her mother.

Several years ago I moved across country, and left many written genealogy records in storage ... including her family's. I think that she had recorded parents, and perhaps other ancestors for Charles S Parker, but I can't find any information now. Have you any hints that might be useful in tracking them down? Know of any other Parkers marrying Isbell's. Do you know the names of any of his siblings, or of families he may have migrated with, from NY/CT area to western NY, or on to MI?
Added by Catharine MacMillan on Sep 16, 2016 3:16 PM
Pam Schaffner
RE: Betsey Chase
You're most welcome. Quite remote and VERY buggy. Glad to help,
Added by Pam Schaffner on Sep 14, 2016 3:02 PM
RE: Elisha Parker
You are most welcome to use the photo!
Added by GenieQueen on Sep 01, 2016 5:43 AM
Jill S
RE: Richard Kimball
You are most welcome to use the photo, and no need to credit me. Always happy that my photos find their family.
Added by Jill S on Jun 17, 2016 9:22 AM
Elton Ellis
RE: Rattlesden Eng. St. Nicholas churchyard
No problems. Use any photo's you find from me.
Added by Elton Ellis on Jun 16, 2016 8:03 PM
Grave finder
RE: Joshua Keen 1730-1823 Turner Maine
It does help. And thank you for your information.
Added by Grave finder on Jun 16, 2016 1:41 PM
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