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FranBod (#47307139)
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Jeannie Scarber
Ira Wood Decker
I was able to share the photo as a link, I am sure the historians who are interested in the Marine's part will love to see this early uniform. Thank you so much for posting it on findagrave!

Added by Jeannie Scarber on Jun 30, 2016 11:56 AM

Jeannie Scarber
Ira Wood Decker
May I have your permission to share the photo of Ira Wood Decker in his 1903 Marine corps uniform on "The Great War Doughboy Search: Arizona and WWI" Facebook page? I will share any information I find on him with you as I research the WWI veterans who are buried in Arizona. According to his death record he served in the Spanish American War, and the First World War!

Jeannie Scarber with The Great War Doughboy Search

Added by Jeannie Scarber on Jun 30, 2016 11:42 AM

DRB
last name
Louisa maiden name was Amos.

Added by DRB on Mar 16, 2016 9:53 AM

Shirley
RE: Louisa Sample
Sorry - typo, should read 1905 not 1902.

Added by Shirley on Jan 23, 2016 8:58 AM

Barbara Stephens-Hoey
manage # 90138241
Would like to manage Tabitha site, she is my gg granmother. Thank you

Added by Barbara Stephens-Hoey on Oct 03, 2015 3:10 AM

Courtney
Archimedes Smith
Sadly, it doesn't seem like there is much of record of family after his great-granddaughter, Olive Smith. I'll still search and see if I can find anything.
It would be great if Jeannie could arrange to have it placed back on his grave. It's obviously been gone for some time. I'll contact her to see if that's possible.
This is still quite a mystery as to how this ended up in a yard in Connecticut. I wish I had more answers...
Thanks again for your help.

Added by Courtney on Sep 28, 2015 6:39 PM

Courtney
RE: Archimedes Smith
Linda, I cannot thank you enough! You have been a tremendous help. I just read the article on Jeannie's Facebook page. I sent her a message explaining the situation a bit more and a photo of the marker. I'm so grateful for all of your help! Hopefully, I will be able to locate a family member... I'll keep you updated as I learn more.
Thanks again!
Courtney

Added by Courtney on Sep 28, 2015 3:44 PM

Jeannie Hemphill
Archimedes
There's a big long article about Dr Archimedes on ancestry. His wife hails from CT!!!!

Added by Jeannie Hemphill on Sep 27, 2015 11:47 PM

Courtney
RE: Archimedes Smith
Linda,
Thank you so much for the phone number. I will definitely try them to see if they have any information on family.
It really is puzzling how the marker ended up here... It's heavy iron and was found in the ground, in the woods behind my parents house. This seems to be the only Archimedes Smith on record that worked as a surgeons mate in the Navy. Hopefully I can locate the correct family.
Thanks again for your help!
Courtney

Added by Courtney on Sep 27, 2015 6:48 PM

Courtney
Archimedes Smith
Fran, I'm looking for information regarding an Archimedes Smith, buried at Jacksonville East Cemetery. A military grave marker from the War of 1812 belonging to (I believe) this person of the same name was found in my yard in Connecticut. He is the only surgeons mate that has any record of service during the war. I'm looking for any ancestry information so that it can be returned to his family. Thanks, Courtney

Added by Courtney on Sep 27, 2015 1:43 PM

Sarah Vickery
RE: George Whittier Bieber
I should have added that my connection is through his mother Mary Emma Whittier.

Added by Sarah Vickery on Aug 26, 2015 1:04 PM

Sarah Vickery
RE: George Whittier Bieber
It was on his WWI draft registration card. And he signed the card Geo. Whittier Bieber. Other places have George W., but his mother was a Whittier, so that was where the name came from.

Added by Sarah Vickery on Aug 26, 2015 1:03 PM

Chuckie Blaney
Cemetery
Is there a way to leave you a private message?

Added by Chuckie Blaney on Jul 23, 2015 8:32 PM

Misty Sea
Maine
Thank you
Donna

Added by Misty Sea on May 19, 2015 8:14 PM

Misty Sea
RE: Joseph Flint
Hi Linda,
We will be in Maine for a week toward the end of July.
Hope all goes well.
Cousin Donna

Added by Misty Sea on May 19, 2015 6:55 PM

Misty Sea
Joseph Flint
Hi Fran,
Thank you for all the information.
Also, I meant to ask you about Joseph Flint in Bethlehem Cemetery in Damariscatta. We can make that on our way up to Camden. Do you remember where his tombstone is within Bethlehem Cemetery?
Cousin Donna

Added by Misty Sea on May 19, 2015 6:32 PM

Misty Sea
RE: Dr Thomas & Lydia (Pope) Flint
Hi Fran,
You said your Betsey is buried near the main road. If you are able to be a little bit more specific, Paul and I will try to go a little further north to the Stong Village Cemetery and put flowers on her tombstone. It will depend on the weather and how our time is looking on that day. We will be driving from Bar Harbor and visiting Case and Center Meeting House Cemeteries in Farmington before heading up to Strong.
Cousin Donna

Added by Misty Sea on May 19, 2015 5:46 PM

Misty Sea
Dr Thomas & Lydia (Pope) Flint
Hi Fran,
Nice hearing back from you. Their oldest daughter, Lydia, is my 5th Great Grandma. She married John Day Sr. from the Rev. War. We will be visiting their tombstones in Hunter Cemetery in Strong, ME.
If you are in Ancestry.com, I can get Betsy's information. I am Misty Sea in Ancestry.com.
Hope to hear back,
Donna

Added by Misty Sea on May 19, 2015 10:28 AM

Misty Sea
RE: Flint-Tufts cemetery
Fran,
Thank you very much for getting back to us.
Yes, I am a Flint descendent.
Is it worth our time to look around for any sunken grave markers or have you and the other volunteers already looked?
In Altadena, California, we almost missed my 2nd Great Grandmother's stone because it was sunken in a good 18 inches and covered with leaves.
We will be there on a Monday so hopefully no special events at the farm - but I'll check if Round Top Farm has a website.
Thank you again,
Sunrise

Added by Misty Sea on May 17, 2015 9:02 PM

Anonymous
RE: Vencinia Vierra Smith
Yes, I would love to correspond about our family research! (We're cousins of a sort, since we share Vicencia as a common ancestor). But maybe private email rather than the public forum here?

Added by Anonymous on May 04, 2015 6:54 PM

Anonymous
RE: Vencinia Vierra Smith
A hundred thank yous....I can't believe I'm looking at a picture of my great-great grandmother, for whom I didn't even have a name last week!
Permission to post this on Emma's profile on my Ancestry.com tree...?

Added by Anonymous on May 01, 2015 7:45 PM

Anonymous
RE: Smiths of Morgan county
Bummer--I'm 2,000 miles away from that library! If you ever print more I'd certainly like to buy one. I'd also love to get any information you have about Joseph and Vicencia's parents...? (How far back into Portugal does your book go?)

Added by Anonymous on May 01, 2015 6:51 PM

Anonymous
Smiths of Morgan county
Possible to buy a copy of this book?

Added by Anonymous on May 01, 2015 3:45 PM

Anonymous
RE: Vencinia Vierra Smith
Thanks for the info! I'm related to that family. Do you have any other photos of them? Your grandmother had a sister named Emma...any photos of her?

Added by Anonymous on May 01, 2015 3:40 PM

Anonymous
Vencinia Vierra Smith
Hello!
I just found your photo labeled "3 children of Vencinia Vierra Smith: Cynthia, Mary, and Joquenia."
Their mother Vencinia is my 3rd great grandmother. I'm wondering where the photo came from and how it was identified? Thank you so much!!
--Donna

Added by Anonymous on May 01, 2015 2:50 PM

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