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Catamount (#47390228)
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Bio Photo I have done geneology for many year and find it very addicting.Ive been using F.A.G. for awhile and find it very useful and have met some great people that are understanding and very helpful and others not so understanding but this site is great and could not found what i have without it. I plan someday when time permits to photo and set up memorials myself. Would love to help people with thier family history. When i start and i have a memorial that is not part of my family i would have no problem transfering. I know what it means to take care of your own familys memorials. As of right now i am only involved with my familys memorials. If i have memorials that were transfered to me. If you feel the memorial is closer to your family i would have no problem transfering it.
Our Lunt descendants came to America (Newbury MA) by way of England 1634-35.
I do most of my searches for Lunts and other close family ancesters. All my memorial are part of my family. My Lunt greatest grandfathers and families came from England to Newbury MA. settled to York ME. to Orono ME. to Plattsburgh NY. Some of the families remained in these area's but also settled in ME,MA,MI,MN,IL,WI,NY,CA,VT,ect. I have traveled to Newbury MA. to Orono ME. many times.I live in the VT,NY area would like to help anyone with info close by. F.A.G. and also myself feel everyone deserves a memorial!! Happy searching :)

*Check out the (lunt Family Tree) on
There are a couple Lunt trees. Check out the one with the spelling above..

*PHOTO'S Feel free no problem to use any photos of mine for genealogy or family research. Most came from my grandparents and other relatives and would like to share with our ancestors. Most of my Civil War photos are from the NYS Military Museum. My hope is family can use them and ours and their descendants will always be remembered.

Couple of good books for Lunt research. (History Of The Lunt Family In America),(The Ancestry Of Abel Lunt)&(Freese Families 1749-1800) Freese book mentions a couple Lunt's that married into their family from Orono Me.

(Old Water Street Cemetery Orono Maine)
Note - The original Orono Maine cemetery was at the lower end of Water St. and Pine St. where the railroad station was built later and tracks laid. The cemetery became to small and was in the way of the railroad (European & North American Railroad) that planned to pass through town and railroad service started 1868. Thus the problem of moving bodies to Riverview Cemetery arose. 1850s started the removable of the remains. At a town meeting March 1867 to raise money for removable remaining of the bodies. It was noted that when the remains were removed some were too badly deteriorated to be removed and that some identifying markers were missing so were never removed. There are no complete records of burials in the old cemetery. Which presents a problem to genealogist who have information indicating that a certain person died in Orono but no records of an Orono burial can be found. (Info from Old Orono Oddments) by Dr.A.Douglas Glanville and compiled and presented by The Orono Historical Society

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Susan Seacord Jackson
RE: Abraham Horton
I didn't realize he was a direct ancestor and that his daughter is also your ancestor. So glad I could find that for you. I would love to know more about his family. I don't live in that area, but I have ancestors buried there too. I live about an hour away. A few years ago, I found the stone of the daughter of my ancestor in Otis, she was the sister of my ancestor... no one knew what had happened to her either. She never married, but it was still a piece of the puzzle. I visit the cemetery whenever I am in the area. So glad that it has been cleaned up more and that it led to the discovery of Abram's stone.
Added by Susan Seacord Jackson on Sep 02, 2016 6:00 PM
Susan Seacord Jackson
RE: Abraham Horton
Kind of exciting and sad too. He died so young. Do you know what he died of? Did he serve in Civil War? I will transfer the memorial to you. It is always interesting uncovering history and am glad my husband and I found this for you.
Added by Susan Seacord Jackson on Sep 02, 2016 3:19 PM
Susan Seacord Jackson
RE: Abraham Horton
Is he the same Abram Horton for Russell and Sarah's son? You said he is buried with his grandparents. No other Hortons were found.
Added by Susan Seacord Jackson on Sep 01, 2016 5:11 PM
Susan Seacord Jackson
Abraham Horton
You have a memorial for an Abraham Horton in North Granville Cemetery. He was born 1845. I found a stone in the Otis Cemetery yesterday for an Abram Horton age 22, died 1869, that would give him a birth date of 1847. Check Otis memorial # 169170596. Wondering if he could be your Abraham. Checking census records I cannot place this Abram Horton in Otis with any other family.
Added by Susan Seacord Jackson on Sep 01, 2016 2:18 PM
Thanks for writing back. I did download the photo! But trying to contact NYSMM as there is an issue. All of my records indicate T.J.H.'s middle name is Jefferson. The photo you posted shows a middle name of James. Hoping to find who or where they got the photo andor information on middle name. They don't take emails so I just sent them a letter. Oh,I did try to access the photo on their web site but couldn't pull it up. Thanks again for writing!
Added by WNH on Jul 12, 2016 8:07 PM
Added by WNH on Jul 12, 2016 5:18 PM
Hi! You left a photo of a Civil War soldier on my Find A Grave post of Thomas Jefferson Horton. My ancestor that fought in the Civil War. The photo states the soldier fought in the 86th NYS Vols and there is only one soldier listed as Thomas J. Horton that fought in that unit - my ancestor. However, the photo you posted identifies the soldiers name as Thomas James. Do you know where you got the photo from? I would love to make sure whether my ancestor was a "Jefferson" or a James. Thank you. W.N. Horton @
Added by WNH on Jul 12, 2016 5:13 PM
Joseph Stewart
RE: Hebert and Olenes grave
Hope you liked them. It was my pleasure. Glad to be of service.
Added by Joseph Stewart on Jul 09, 2016 8:18 PM
Chanda McAbee
RE: Lillie Mae Ashworth
Yes, her father was William Thomas Keys and Fannie Brown Keys.
Added by Chanda McAbee on Jul 05, 2016 5:47 PM
Kendall Mellem
Hannah Snow 75661727
She's now all yours. I have a number of relatives buried in that cemetery and thought she was one of them, but that looks less and less likely. Even if she were, the relationship would be distant. If you find a connection to the Snows of Big Lake (Tileston Snow and son B. F. Snow), I'd be interested to know it.
Added by Kendall Mellem on Jun 27, 2016 6:52 AM
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