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I have traveled across country to find and photograph the final resting places of my ancestors and their neighbors. |
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Sadly, I have seen my photos used without permission and uncredited on ancestry.com and elsewhere. I have begun the lengthy process of replacing my photos with watermarked photos.
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I took a bunch of pics at Center Cemetery in North Hampton and I added about 5 so far of the Martstons. There are a lot of them there! I'll add them as I go if I have them. You have added a an impressive lot! Are they relatives? pam
Added by pmazo on Jun 13, 2014 4:29 AM
I added the Locke headstone you were looking for in North Hampton, NH. I also added a photo to the two others that were linked to names. Hope that helped. Also, I believe there are other Locke's there. Are they of any interest? If I'm there again I can always look. Let me know. Pam
Added by pmazo on Jun 11, 2014 7:49 PM
|Barbara Ferdinand||Adelaide Ferdinand Hovey|
I have just figured out that there are 2 listings for Adelaide Jewell Ferdinand Hovey and that is why she appears twice under her father Alfred Jewell.
You have her listed...100802933
I have her listed with data and picture as
|Rebecca J. Vance Bledsoe||RE: Jessie Pearl Vance|
Yes, Jessie Pearl Vance came from Scot Vance's, but her husband James Lloyd Vance is likely German or Eastern European according to DNA testing. We have not been able to locate the identity of his great grandfather, but suspect he may have had another name similar in pronunciation to Vance, as Vances are Scot. Perhaps he was Wentz as the W is pronounced like V in German.
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Nathan Brown Joseph Crosby|
I don't think we are related. I'm not related to the Browns or the Crosbys except that my Aunt married a Crosby, which then gave me many Crosby cousins. The graves I've been doing down there are mostly for my cousin in Oregon in that Crosby line... she is the one applying to DAR. I'm not a joiner. lol The graves down in that area that would be my relatives are all in the Jordan/Wilbur line; the rest of mine are in OK. I never developed an interest in the dna testing because I just follow the documents to fill in my tree. I know a lot of people who have had a lot of fun doing the dna thing though.
|Shirley Mitchell||Joseph Crosby|
Thank you for linking Joseph to his mothers memorial. It is greatly appreciated.
I am a volunteer with the Greater Pittston Historical Society. We are transcribing the burial records for the Pittston City Cemetery. If I see more Winters/Winter I'll drop you a line.
|James Clarke||RE: Ziba Winter|
"Winters" is in the card
Lot 76 & 72 Block C
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Nathan Brown|
Thank you very much! I also sent that edit request to the other person who listed Dorothy so it can all get fixed. I have someone trying to prove lineage to join DAR so when researching it does help if these grave listings are accurate... and with the men being I, II, and III it does get confusing. lol
I was thinking I would have to do that. Do you mind if I ask what your book is about?
Added by Enseas on Oct 02, 2013 6:53 PM
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