|Dan Silva (#46781334)|
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|A short walk through Trinity Churchyard in 2004 got me interested in older cemeteries. A few years later, I found it difficult to research my family geneology. I started adding names here to maybe help others with their research. I'm also a big Revolutionary War buff and I have been searching for graves of anyone who somehow participated in the Revolutionary War.|
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|Tisha Dolton||Alexander Wright|
The photo someone else took of Alexander's grave is clearer than mine. His wife is Rebecca #45564162.
|Karen Thomas||Williams Cemetery-Burton Cemetery|
Dan-Am wondering if these two cemeteries are one and the same?? Montpelier was handed down in the Williams family from John Williams & wife Mary Womack as a wedding gift to their son Judge John Williams & Agnes Bullock. Judge John then left it to his dau Agatha & her husband Robert Burton.
Judge John & wife Agnes are buried at Montpelier. Are separate cemeteries at Montpelier? I live in Lexington, KY and my husband is a desc of William Williams, brother of Judge John Williams. If you can clear up my confusion, I'd really appreciate it! -Karen T
|carole taylor puntenney||STILLWELL|
Sounds like you know all about those perverbial BLOCKWALLS>>>
I know pretty much zip on my g-gramma
except she married Simeon Hathaway
as per her daughter Mary Hathaway-Puntenney's
death cert...and her headstone here on f-a-g...
so am throwing out the old net to see if anyone can point me in the right parent direction
I was hoping I had found them with your
stillwell.... memorials...plz...you know anything about them? or just took their pics?
|Paul Nichols||Matthew L. Davis|
Thanks for adding the memorial of Matthew Livingston Davis. I assume this is the friend and biographer of Aaron Burr. In case you are interested, there are several historical newspaper articles about him on www.fultonhistory.com. One of the articles dated July 2, 1850, a tribute to the "memory of the late Matthew L. Davis", sent me searching for him on findagrave. Thanks again.
|Stan Arnold||Thank you|
Thanks very much, Dan, for the Fuller memorial in Evergreen Cem. (Medway). I've added info and links. Thanks also for your good work in this area.--Stan
|dan ben||henry denny 10753681|
hi can you and MOTHER #119036186...and FATHER #117875152.. AND BROTHER #117875025 and gfather #107606073.....TO HENRY DENNY #10753681...thank you
Added by dan ben on Jan 19, 2014 12:56 PM
|cynthia staples||Amiri Baraka|
Thank you for posting his page. I do think there is a lot more to say about him and his contribution to American Lit. He was a part of the Beat movement, originally influenced by Allen Ginsberg, and a strong voice in the Black Liberation movement. He was teacher, mentor, playwright, intellectual and poet.
Much more about him - obituaries, films etc, found on http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/ (Harriet, the Poetry Blog)
|Caroline Hoag||Moses Martin|
Wow that was quick! Thank you!
Thank you for taking the photo of John Dopf's headstone!! I really appreciate it, I will update the info on his memorial :)
Added by Wilson on Dec 21, 2013 3:47 PM
|Debbie B||Fidel Schlund|
Dan, thanks for the additional information on Mr. Schlund. It has been added to his memorial, with a credit to you.
Added by Debbie B on Dec 02, 2013 8:49 AM
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