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|Terry B. Hardy||Transfer of William 2 & Ruth Tenney Hardy|
Hi John ~ Sorry running so late with transfer. Right ones? We moved from Iowa to Stockbridge, Georgia in 2015. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org . Keep up the good work. Don't know if I will make it to Massachusetts again. I'm doing okay, but I am 77 now. Spend a lot of time visiting our 12 kids, 27 grandkids and 17 great-grandkids... scattered from North Texas
to Fairbanks, Alaska, from Oregon to Georgia, and many places in between. I hope people realize and appreciate the work you do on Massachusetts genealogical records . I sure do. GOD bless you and yours.
Thank you for the updates on the inscriptions.
Added by Alexis on Jun 08, 2017 12:44 PM
|Perry W. Caldwell||Alice C. Garfield|
Thank you for the information on Mrs. Garfield. I have entered what information I could find and verified on Ancestry.com.
|Jack Parker||Ella Hardy #158661216|
Thank you for the suggestions. When you're dealing with thousands of memorials, you can't look into each and every one properly. Your note caused me to look into her as best I could While I came up with a birth record for her, I did not find a corresponding death record. I found her father (and linked her), but not her mother. I find the death information you provide troubling. Not only does the age wildly differ, but there are no specific dates on the stone itself, typically this would lead me to look for a second child of the same name, but that well appears to be dry. I've put your note along with my own thoughts on the memorial, perhaps some future researcher or family member can shed some light on it.
|Tracing Our Families||RE: Transfer of Eldad Hardy|
Transfer has been completed as requested.
|Cynthia Nelson||Mary Timmerman|
I'm not a relative. If you'd like me to transfer the management of the memorial to you, let me know.
|John Glassford||Thanks for writing.|
I sent you an e-mail.
|John Glassford||Samuel Eames at Wilmington, MA|
re: Memorial# 58147967
I consulted with a friend of mine Eileen Dodge on your note to me regarding the memorial of the subject individual. She double-checked my research on this Samuel Eames. The Samuel Eames here was born 14 Oct 1755 at Wilmington and died 21 Jan 1834 at Wilmington and he was the son of John Eames and Mary Jacquith. I can tell you that Jacquith as a surname in this area was very common in days of old and can be found to be spelled many different ways including for instance: Jaques, Jaquith, and so forth.
The OTHER Samuel Eames was born 4 Mar 1754 at Wilmington and died 29 Apr 1829 at Boston and was the son of Caleb Eames and Sarah Simonds - and married 19 Feb 1778 to Elizabeth Blodgett. There is no Find A Grave record for THIS Samuel Eames (1754-1829).
Best wishes and happy graving,
John (Andover, MA)
|FrancisMattesonLine||Find A Grave Memorial# 101654834 Anna Mowry|
Were you able to read on the memorial that I believe
I was unable to find a Justice "Maxcy" in Cumberland. The only Justice of the right age/timeframe was Justice or Justus Mowry.
Smithfield is where Justus was born. I don't believe there were any "Smithfield" families in either RI or Attleboro MA.
My sister and I have found several incorrect entries in the Attleboro records of the time. For example they had the completely wrong parents listed for our 3rd Great-grandmother. I don't know if the clerk was challenged in some way or if it was errors on the part of family members who did the notification.
That's what we suspect in our Great-Grandmother's case. The notifier was a step in-law.