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Gone But Not Forgotten (#46915173)
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Sara
Scantic Cemetery East Windsor CT
I'm going to this cemetery to fulfill some photo requests and also re-do some other photos. Just to let you know I re-did the gravestone photos of Simon Wolcott d 1784 and his wife Eunice d 1793.
Good luck with your genealogy,
Sara
Added by Sara on Jun 29, 2015 8:10 PM
Essef
Charles B Allbright #70062012
I just wanted to thank you for making the edits and links I suggested for the Allbright family memorials in Dayton. So appreciated!
Added by Essef on Jun 15, 2015 10:30 AM
Kristal Hinds Singletary
RE: Pauline Alberta Lewis Schram
No problem. Thank you!!!
Added by Kristal Hinds Singletary on Jun 15, 2015 9:29 AM
Kristal Hinds Singletary
Re: Pauline Alberta Lewis Schram
Hi, Thanks for the connection to the correct memorial. Pauline was an aunt born Pauline Alberta Lewis. She married and later divorced Edward Schram before dying in 1933. She still went by her married name Schram when she died but her family buried her with her maiden name on the marker. Thanks
Added by Kristal Hinds Singletary on Jun 15, 2015 9:13 AM
Nancy E.
RE: Jimmie Roberts.
I am of no relation to him. Sorry about not indicating transfer for the page.
Added by Nancy E. on Jun 14, 2015 3:40 PM
Sandra Boudrou
Richard Saunders
Thanks for the extra information on his marriage. Do you have any source for his wife's married name of Berrie?

sandy in WA
Added by Sandra Boudrou on Jun 09, 2015 5:26 PM
SEL89th
John Leffler Transfer
Thank you!!

Susan
Added by SEL89th on May 28, 2015 10:55 AM
David
RE: Esther Smith
I've posted the photos on Roger's and Esther's pages. If you go to Wethhist.org and click on burying ground digitization and then interactive map you will see a Google map. Scroll down and click on first name. Enter Esther and about 20 names will appear. There is even an Esther Williams!
Added by David on Sep 06, 2014 9:46 AM
Thomas P. Moen, Jr.
RE: Bennett O Moen
Uncle Bennet was the live wire in our family. He always told the best jokes, and always had a good word. He worked for Cargill, and was in charge of their sunflower production. They gave him a station wagon with a telephone in it in the late 1960's so he could report from the fields. The picture I posted is his wedding picture. I was told that he was buried in that suit.

I really want to thank you for all you've done to keep track of our burial sites in our family. This heritage will outlast us all and will help our descendants a great deal when they want to research family.

At the end of July we will be driving to Idaho Falls, Idaho. Our nephew, Joe Boyd, is getting married, so it is a great time for family to get together.

One of the best parts of Find-A-Grave is that I've been able to meet you folks.

God bless you with His best and nicest blessings.

Added by Thomas P. Moen, Jr. on Jul 16, 2014 7:59 AM
Boyd Weber
Ben Wolcott
They both died from Cholera, they were working at the light house and it was their job to recover bodies from the Lake, at that tome people were dumping dead bodies in the lake to keep them cool but their so many bodies thy had to bring them in to process them. I remember reading about them, I think in one the books on Marblehead Light House, also Merlin Wolcott was direct descendant wrote about them and said his son William is buried in Wolcott Cemetery but no headstone.
Please note I came across court record, Ben was in Norwalk the week before trying change some local laws.

Hope this answers your question.

Boyd
Added by Boyd Weber on May 30, 2014 9:21 PM
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