|Familly Researcher (#47970572)|
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I am descended from families of John Winthrop's Fleet of 1630 and have ancestors that have served in King Philips War, the Indian Wars, the American Revolution and the Civil War. Have been researching my family for over a decade and am just getting into the Irish side of the family. I have a special interest in the Civil War and have been researching African American veterans of that war.|
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|Jason Cerny||RE: Hopkins/Ammidown Hope Cemetery Worcester MA|
Ah, is that info on the backside of tbe stone?
|Jason Cerny||Hope Cemetery, Worcester|
You have a photo up for several members of the Ammidown family, to whom I am related, of a family plot stone with just the family names Hopkins and Ammidown. Was curious if there where any stones around it with the names of the individuals buried in that plot, or if it was just the family marker.
|June S||RE: Civil War vets|
Thank you. Back in the 1960's, someone catalogued all of those buried in Saint Mary's just by looking at headstones. Using that document from the public library, I've uploaded everyone's name, birth, death dates etc. into findagrave. I've used ancestry.com to build family links. I've added picture of almost all the stones. (Still have work to do there.) The only names I didn't add to findagrave, where the civil war vets in unmarked graves as noted on the plaque. Would love any help you can give me. June
Added by June S on Jul 30, 2015 11:35 AM
|June S||Civil war help??|
St Mary's is a small Irish cemetery in Portsmouth, NH. In the cemetery is a plaque to all the civil war vets in marked and unmarked graves. Problem is, there are no birth or death dates. Could you help??
Below is a link to John Harris. I added the plaque as a photo along with his headstone.
Added by June S on Jul 29, 2015 11:19 AM
May I please have this memorial and all that are associated with this stone. This is my step fathers family. Thanks Jodie
Added by Jodie C on Jul 07, 2015 10:37 AM
|Jack McGill||James M Welch|
My gr gr grandmother is Margaret G. Welch Hineline 110775663, whose death certificate says her parents are James M. Welch and Margaret Fitzgerald. So I think your memorials 131866330 and 113139913 have a high likelihood of being her parents. Are you related to this couple too? Did you have access to the cemetery written records? I enjoyed reading the bio of James. Do you remember your source on this? One thing, my James Welch would have been born closer to 1830, not 1841 as your memorial states. In the 1880 census, James is listed as widower, and is living with daughters Abby and Margaret, so Margaret Fitzgerald Welch would have died between 1870 and 1880.
|Msmith||Harrison Baldwin #137251384|
Thank you so much for the information on Harrison Baldwin, I really appreciate your interest in the soldiers and your dedicated work in documenting them.
Added by Msmith on May 16, 2015 5:17 PM
|Ed M||RE: Thanks!|
My pleasure Tag!
Added by Ed M on May 15, 2015 10:46 PM
|Ed M||RE: Lorenz Ioanni photo request - Assumption|
I've uploaded photos. Cemetery records show buried with Marie & Harry Demperio. Lorenzos' dates are a match.
Added by Ed M on May 14, 2015 7:34 PM
|Ken Smith||John Stratton|
I deleted my memorial for John too.
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