|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts (#47755371)|
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I've been researching my family for a while. My dad is from the South, my mom from the North. It's been an interesting journey.|
Researching the Drake/Eastman/Smith/Cook line on my mom's side, and the Earp/Trent/Buttry line on my dad's side.
If I have put up a profile of your relative don't hesitate to ask me to transfer it, it's yours really. When you ask me to hold onto your family member because you are old or ill, I guarantee you will outlast me. Ask me for the profile before you have to ask FAG for it. I do research when making a profile and will only fill in the info for the difficult finds so the family can find them; all other I leave blank so the family can claim them and fill in their own bio information. I only ask that you don't remove any military information from the profile. I was on a quest to find the veterans buried in Weymouth for the historical society in the past, and had posted whatever I was finding. I believe the people at FAG put connection links on profiles for a reason, so when I hear that somebody is refusing to connect a child because they are "old way" of doing things, or are too lazy to do the research that requires a connection, I will create a link. There is responsibility when creating a profile rather than just the glory of finding them, they are family members. And don't be afraid to use any PHOTOS I have posted here on Find-A-Grave! I would never join a sharing community and then not share.
If I speak to you and it seems abrupt, it is because I have my wheels turning. I'm sorry in advance if I speak cave woman to you.
I don't know why, but people for some reason think I am hiding my name. I can only fit so much in the caption, and when I put Jacki Earp, Weymouth, I was getting questions from people in England. I did something for the Town/City of Weymouth in the past and thought this was important to state I was from Weymouth so I was not representing myself to be an employee of Weymouth, nor a member of the historical society. For anybody that truly cares, my email name posted is correct. My name is Jacki Earp and I am from Weymouth, Massachusetts. I will never have a second account with a false name to hide my identity, what you see is what you get. I was educated in Legal and Law Enforcement, so I am a fact finding person, and I'm pretty darn good at it. Letting you know in advance that this is a minion-free zone, --->I<--- am a minion-free zone. The other gravers are finding what you are doing to the profiles... and this means you tagteam. ;)
PLS STOP SENDING MY EDITS INTO THE ABYSS.
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|Linda P||RE: Solomon Clark 131322878|
I had found it a while back in a Family Tree Maker file from Stacia Misner.
I also found it on Ancestry
Added by Linda P on Jul 27, 2017 10:58 AM
|Saratoga||Joseph Lovering Barnard|
Jackie, I went to the Mt. Auburn's burial web site and luckily they had a photo of Joseph's headstone giving the exact date of death. I corrected the memorial. Thanks for pointing this out to me.
Added by Saratoga on Jul 22, 2017 4:42 PM
No problem Jackie. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Saratoga on Jul 19, 2017 5:09 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Josiah Nickerson|
Tombstone photo says died 11 Apr 1838, age 40 years. This would put birth year as 1798. For the record, I don't make phony birth records. I'm finding alot of misinformation in family search. It does appear his father was Tully Nickerson. There is also a William Nickerson buried in 1874 in Josiah Nickerson/Eliza Nickerson plot. It appears Eliza Phillips was no longer married in 1855 when Boston census taken. Thanks for your help. These re-interments are a nightmare. R.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Josiah Nickerson|
Tombstone says he was 40 years old when he died in 1856--the tombstone is on the site. He would be a re-interment. The birth date is 1816 or 1817 per tombstone on site. Have no idea why my email address disappeared & had no idea you would be working on Nickersons. The birth info on Josiah came from family search. Also, his brothers & sisters are buried in Mt Auburn. R.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for transferring this memorial to me! I can now connect her to her parents and siblings.
I have Eastmans on my tree; they are from Jefferson County, New York. Any link?
Added by sassa on Jul 09, 2017 1:16 PM
|Dusty Dirt||Maria Louisa Clark Stimson|
I sent you an edit on her death date. i found it in the Clark-Clarke Genealogy pg 125. by William Wallace Johnson. my 3rd great grandfather who married her aunt, Abigail Clark. I have an actual copy of the book, but you can get a pdf at archive.org Just thought i'd let you know where i got my info from.
I have Drake on my mother's side as well, just trying to pin them down is the hard part for me at the moment.
keep in touch, if you like. I'm easy to get along with and share information like crazy when i can get it verified!
|Federico Read||Thank you for your contribution|
Your insertion of the writing about Maj. John Read
by the American Society ..... published on 1901 is
A grand-slam for my family.
Received you edit to link Charles Bell to Edward and Sarah Bell as his parents. His obituary has his parents as Raymond and Sarah (Polak) Farr. I have no clue where the Farr came from unless Sarah remarried? It has Raymond not Edward. Could be typos? Denise.
Added by Denise on Jun 23, 2017 1:42 PM
|Russ Dodge||RE: George Bernard Drake 112015810|
Not sure what you mean. Are you referring to your family in the cemetery?
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