|Bette Hartman (#46633755)|
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|I would be glad to add "valid" information to a memorial that I entered. Please provide a source for your information as I will verify data for accurary before I enter it on the memorial page. I also request contact me only through the addition/correction feature on the memorial. |
If you see a memorial you would like transferred and the memorial is not a family member of mine or a distant ancestor of my family, I will be glad to transfer it to you, regardless of the number of generations.
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|Cheryl||David Sumner 40132403|
I am a descendent of David Sumner, #40132403 & just visited his grave in Milton. I have a photo of his headstone and would also like to have his memorial transferred to me so that I may maintain it - add bio info, etc.
Would you be able to transfer his memorial?
Added by Cheryl on Dec 13, 2014 8:49 AM
|Spiderlily||RE: Sally Young|
The source is the book Milton Records: Births, Marriages and Deaths 1662-1843, in the Births Section, page 78. The entry reads: YOUNG, Salley, Dau. of John and Melatiah, Jan. 27, 1786.
The book is available at the Intenet Archive website.
Thank you for asking.
|nancy robison||RE: Susan Ellen Leadbetter|
I emailed you a copy of Susan's death cert. The informant was her sister.
Born in Wayland, Mass; daughter of Lorenzo Leadbetter and Martha E Warren, married, husband George W Bartlett.
Died 27 Jan, 1908, Brockton, Mass.
Buried at West Medway Cemetery, with her husband.
George was her 2n husband, she married 1st Lewis Jones, but divorced soon after. No kids with Lewis.
|LMR||RE: Carrie Pease|
Did I give you a date of birth? I know I looked long and hard and don't remember if I came up with it. Having trouble finding it again. The place of birth is what is written in her obituary published in the Berkshire Eagle June 25 1957.
Added by LMR on Aug 24, 2014 7:32 AM
please check your EDITS tab.
Thanks gin for all of your efforts
|Donna B||Jones Family in Weston|
You've done a great job with the Jones Family in Weston's Central and Farmer's Cemetery. The Golden Ball Tavern, which was built by Isaac Jones, factored in Revolutionary War activities in the area and was home to six generations of his descendants, is now a National Historic Landmark and museum. The Golden Ball Tavern museum Facebook page has a lot of images and great information on the tavern and the Jones family, if you're interested.
Added by Donna B on Aug 14, 2014 5:41 PM
|Bonnie Kies||RE: Milton Cemetery|
Thanks I will try to call them. I'm hoping she still has a stone and they can give a Plot #. Bonnie :)
|Bonnie Kies||RE: Elizabeth Sumner & Abijah Sumner|
Ok Thanks or maybe I will try to see if there is a phone number for the cemetery. Maybe they can tell me before I send someone looking. I will cross my fingers. I know sometimes they take old stones and put them into storage. Again Thanks it was worth a shot. Bonnie :)
|Bonnie Kies||Abijah Sumner|
Memorial# 40132165 Hi Bette me again same question reguarding Abijah as for Elizabeth. Thanks Bonnie :)
|Bonnie Kies||Elizabeth Badcock Sumner|
Hi Bette I see that you created a Memorial for Elizabeth do you know if a stone is still a stone for her? Because I see your source of info
Memorial# 40132633 Elizabeth Badcock Sumner
Watts: "The History of Milton, Mass. 1640 to 1887"
I would like to get a photo of her stone but don't want to send someone on a wild goose chase so thought I would see first if you know it one is still there. Thanks for your help Bonnie :)
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