|Michael Ryley Bradbury (#46850737)|
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I am a retired State of CT Social Worker/Case Manager for the mentally retarded. In retirement I have become very interested in genealogy and researching old cemeteries. Currently I am President of an old Rev War Cemetery in northern New Milford and am in the process, with a small group of associates, in repairing and resetting many of the old stones in the cemetery. In addition, we have 'adopted' three of the "orphaned" cemeteries in northern New Milford (CT).My wife and I belong to the CT Gravestone Network which is comprised of a wide group of individuals dedicated to the preservation of our landmark cemeteries throughout the state of Connecticut.|
I do travel and take photos of graves in the northern New Haven, northern Fairfield and southern Litchfield counties in CT
I am interested in locating information regarding the Bradbury(Hartford Co., CT), Ryley(New London Co CT), Keigwin (New London County CT) and Wyatt(eastern Delaware, eastern Maryland) families who are my direct genealogical relatives) for whom we need more information to complete our genealogies.
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|Rodney Wright||Correct birth date|
Connecticut Births and Christenings
Name Sarah Noble
Birth Date 23 Jul 1744
Birthplace NEW MILFORD TWP,LITCHFIELD,CONNETICUT
Father's Name John Noble
Mother's Name Annah
Citing this Record
"Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F77P-M21 : 3 December 2014), Sarah Noble, 23 Jul 1744; citing ; FHL microfilm unknown.
please check out http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2181056&GRid=25826749&
it seems to be a duplicate of
Find A Grave Memorial# 14826594 entered prior to your listing.
|Nancy Bell||HH O'Neill|
I have a photograph of a H.H. O'Neill from Connecticut that I would like to get into the hands of one of his ancestors. It was in with my grandfather's things. The man was probably a traveling salesman for Goodyear or Michelin in the early 1900s.
I know this is a long shot, but I had to try.
Best of luck. I am in Connecticut; is there anything I can do for you?
Added by SheWolf on Aug 08, 2016 5:33 PM
Hi Michael, I stumbled on your profile while adding photos in Litchfield County cemeteries. For what its worth - I was at a family reunion in Hanover, PA (far southern PA) and we toured a very large cemetery, Mount Olivet, in that town. There were many Wyatts there. Hope this helps. Sorry I did this in the wrong order - I could have done some research for you!
Added by SheWolf on Aug 07, 2016 6:30 PM
|June Anderson Sipos||Sr. Barbara Nyegaard|
Thank you for all the great work you are doing to help restore gravesite and helping people like me who can't get to our loved ones sites to take pictures. I think I thanked you but can't find message, so in case I didn't, thank you again.
June anderson Sipos