Do you know if Lula's maiden name was DeWitt? I'll change my entry if so. Also, do you have any idea if Helen was a Pearce & Rice was her married name? Or was her maiden name Rice & Pearce was her married name?. Her headstone does not clear it up for me.
Asa Smith (Memorial#10815793) I believe Asa Smith (b.9 Jul 1747 - d.2 Aug 1767)(Memorial # 10815793) is the son of Mathew Smith (b.1 Nov 1722 - d.9 Oct 1804) and Sarah Church (b.4 Jul 1724 - d.21 Jul 1796). "Asa is not the son of Capt. Matthew Smith and Sarah Mack."
Source: Mack Genealogy by Mrs. Sophia (Smith) Martin Pg93
James Flautt There is a discrepancy on your listing of Dr. James Flautt. It is correct that he died in 1870. The problem is that there is another tombstone at St. Anthony's at Germantown with the same information on it for James Flautt. I have an obituary from 1870 that states he was buried in the Catholic cemetery at Winfield or Westford. I can't make out the typing.
I do think that he might actually be buried at St. Anthony's since they lived there at one point and the tombstone with your listing might just be added to go along with his wife.
Do you know the name of the sexton so we can locate the correct burial location? Data is now being entered for family members on both sites.
Samuel Havens Hello Judith, I have been searching the Havens family. Would you happen to have any proof of Samuel to his father John? I have 1850 census for Samuel to his son Aaron. I have all the connections I need except for the one, Samuel to father John. Thank you for any help you may be able to give me. Sincerely, Kathleen
Joseph Hawley I was notified I had put in a duplicate memorial for Capt. Joseph Hawley. I deleted my memorial & apologize for not checking before I posted it in 2007. Yours is much more complete than mine. thank you for your work. Barb