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Donna & Wayne Cain (#47719401)
 member for 2 years, 2 months, 16 days
William Harrison
Relationship to Abel Cook
Hi Donna & Wayne,

I saw your note on Abel Cook's memorial:

Abel, Rest in Peace and Thank You for your Service to Our Country. My 5th Great Grand Uncle.
- Wayne, Donna, Tonee, Terrence

I did not see the Cook name in your list of researched surnames. How are you related to Abel?

Please contact me directly at
for further correspondence.

Thank you,

Added by William Harrison on Mar 16, 2014 9:40 PM

Arnold Cleo Davis
Thank you for providing the parental links. Mr. Davis's memorial has been updated.


Added by Brad on Mar 10, 2014 4:46 AM

Brad Whitney
RE: Jessie Myrtle Cain Wood
You're very welcome, I'm glad I could help.

Added by Brad Whitney on Mar 04, 2014 5:21 PM

A AAA American at Find A Grave
Youall are so very loved!

GBY <~~

Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Feb 17, 2014 3:35 PM

Persis Potter Parks
Thanks, again, for the transfer of my relative!

Sincerely, jvtree1

Added by jvtree1 on Feb 04, 2014 10:39 AM

Beth Hurd
RE: Frak W. & Mabel M. Blanding Harrington
hello again - I just uploaded some BLANDING gravestone photos for Pawtuxet Memorial Park Cemetery in Warwick ... FYI.
You are very welcome.

Beth Hurd, Johnston, Rhode Island

Added by Beth Hurd on Feb 02, 2014 10:13 PM

Patti Bartlett-Russell
We share the same 9th Great Grandfather Edward Howell. Would love to be in touch with you.
Patti Bartlett

Added by Patti Bartlett-Russell on Feb 02, 2014 11:40 AM

cc brownell
Benjamin Harrington ancestry
Do you have sources?

Thank you,


Added by cc brownell on Feb 01, 2014 3:16 PM

Jonas and Sarah (Jones) Potter
Greetings, Donna & Wayne -
Many thanks for the creation, upkeep and transfer of the memorials dedicated to my 5th great-grandfther and his wife.

Sincerely, jv

Added by jvtree1 on Jan 22, 2014 11:55 AM

Jean Sands Fisher
RE: Laura Lorena Reed Hommedien-Memorial# 123361799
I was given the information from the cemetery office. The lady that helped me looked twice in the records and had said that the name is not in their records. You may want to call the office and ask what section and plot and post that along with your photo request.

Added by Jean Sands Fisher on Jan 17, 2014 2:03 PM

St. Cuthberts Churchyard
Sorry but there is no link on find a grave to this cemetery because it doesn't exist anymore. Using google maps (use type in Swalwell holy trinity and you will see the church. The graveyard was on what is now the bus station. I'll try ans sort photo at weekend.

Added by pwtgb on Jan 14, 2014 1:15 PM

Newbys in Blaydon Cemetery
Donna & Wayne, Blaydon Cemetery didn't open until 1873 so your Newbys are unlikely to have been buried there.

They were probably buried in St. Cuthbert's Churchyard. This burial ground was dug up in the early 1970s and all the exhumed remains were buried in Blaydon Cemetery and are marked with a commemerative stone.

If you would like a photograph of the stone, which does not list individual names let me now.


Added by pwtgb on Jan 14, 2014 6:33 AM

greg bennatt
Thankful Webster Harrington
thanks for posting this memorial recently. I've been trying to locate my ancestor, Daniel Webster's siblings for a few years now. I never thought to search in Vermont. Greg

Added by greg bennatt on Jan 10, 2014 12:16 PM

Becky Doan
Cove Burying Ground
You guys have been busy!!!! BD

Added by Becky Doan on Jan 09, 2014 4:41 PM

Gregory Square
Webster cemetery headstone photo requests
Hello Donna and Wayne,

I will attempt to take photos of your requests for Webster cemetery. The problem lies in the fact that the cemetery is on private property, and that over the years, this cemetery has suffered from neglect and vandalism. According to some county records: "Nine stones were found in 1984 scattered on a hillside. Some had been moved to Maple Grove."
It does not mention if those were all that were left, or if those were just the ones which were displaced by vandalism. When the snow and the weather clears, I will make a trip to Maple Grove and see if I can locate any of your requested headstones there. If not, I will attempt to get permission from the landowner to have access to the cemetery.

Also, I would like to know where you got your information placing Aretus Clapp in this cemetery. Although there is a county record stating that he died in 1875 in Claridon Township, no mention is made as to where he was to be buried, and the existing records do NOT include him in Webster cemetery. I know it makes sense that he would have been buried next to his wife, who IS recorded as being buried there, but there is just no documentation that I have been able to turn up, although I have NOT seen his death certificate. Please let me know if I can be of any further help, and I will let you know of my progress with locating the graves/headstones.

Greg Square

Added by Gregory Square on Jan 03, 2014 4:39 PM

Bill Boyington
Ann Errington
Do you have source for the maiden name of Liddell? I would like to include that information in the memorial.

Added by Bill Boyington on Jan 01, 2014 11:07 AM

Scout's Mom
RE: Cheshire Cem
You are welcome. We were vacationing out there in Sept. I wish we could have photographed more.

Added by Scout's Mom on Dec 21, 2013 10:18 AM

Mary Herendeen Root
Harrington is one of the oldest family names in the English language. It use to be spelled, Haefertun, among many other varients such as Harringtons, Hearnden, Herendeen. My name is spelled Herendeen and my Herendeens came from the state of New York. They were mostly Quakers. There is a lot of Herendeens in Canandaigua and Farminton which are in Ontario County New York, Just south, southeast of Rochester as well as New York, New York and Plattsburgh, New York as well as Providence Rhode Island, Watertown NY, White Creek NY, Stephenson NY, Warrensburg NY, Easton NY, Palmyra NY, Farmington NY, Amsterdam NY, Bennington Vermont, Shaftsbury Vermont, Danby Vermont
Search in the South Farmington Quaker Cemetary in Farmington, NY, there you will find Edward, Nathan and Welcome Herendeen as well as many more. Also in Farmington you will find some historical building that the Herendeens lived in. You will also find much information in the Quakers ledger books. You might have to go to the Society of Friends meeting house to speak to someone about searching their records. IF you want a website for the Friends, let me know.
Hope this information helps. Let me know if there is anything else I could help you with. ~Mary Herendeen

Added by Mary Herendeen Root on Dec 20, 2013 4:11 PM

Scout's Mom
Cheshire Cem.
I thought I would let you know I have put up photos for some of the memorials you added last month in Cheshire.


Added by Scout's Mom on Dec 19, 2013 6:06 AM

Gloria Bello
Kennedy file
I will be glad to send you my Kennedy file. But I will need your email address.
Gloria Kennedy Bello

Added by Gloria Bello on Dec 02, 2013 5:24 PM

Gloria Bello
Lucien William Kennedy
He is my husbands great grandfather. He came to Lake Charles, Louisiana about 1888 as an engineer to build the railroad from Lake Charles to Alexandria, LA.

Added by Gloria Bello on Dec 01, 2013 7:43 PM

Donald Kruszyna
Almira Whipple Gove/Harrington
Hi: Donna & Wayne Cain
This is the last wife of Thaddeus
# 120947648

Added by Donald Kruszyna on Nov 29, 2013 9:20 AM

Donald Kruszyna
Thank You for all the corrections on the Harrington Family.

Added by Donald Kruszyna on Nov 24, 2013 9:24 AM

Donald Kruszyna
Hi Donna : Susannah Mason Harrington is also a wife of Thaddeus #90770860.
Her page does not show add spouse or family.

Added by Donald Kruszyna on Nov 24, 2013 9:23 AM

Lydia Scheeren
Harrington Family Farm
You have posted a few request for some burials in the Harrington Farm Cemetery. It was my Girl Scout Troop that reclaimed the cemetery. We have taken pictures of all the headstones that we could find.We dug up a lot of them. For years the cemetery was in a cow pasture and the cows would rub on the headstones, knock them down and then walk on them and when you look at the pictures you will see that we cemented a lot of them back together. We took out a foot of a hundred years of composted material and found most of the headstones. I can not say that I am 100 percent sure that we found them all but I can safely say that we did find the majority of them plus a few that were not in any of the records that we researched. We did some research at the Greenwich Public Library to find all the people that were buried there (through newspaper articles and other researchers that had left a paper trail for us to follow). I am thinking that we have found all that is to be found.
The Harrington/Herrington name was a popular name in the Greenwich/Easton, Washington County, NY area. So where all your Harrington/Herringtons are buried I do not know. There is a Harrington Hill Rd. in Easton and I have been told there is a Harrington/Herrington family cemetery there. I have never gone to look for it. Washington county is full of lots of little family plots throughout the county.
So I wish you the best of luck in finding your family. You might want to list your requests on other cemeteries in the Easton/Greenwich area.

Added by Lydia Scheeren on Nov 08, 2013 7:42 PM


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