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|Francis Donovan||Susan Walker (Morse) Lind|
Susan died at sea on 5 December 1885 near Havana en route to her home in Puerto Rico. Reference: New York Times, page 1, 8 December 1885.
"Havana, Dec 7 - Miss Susan Morse, a daughter of Samuel F B Morse, inventor of th4e telegraph, while enroute this place on the Spanish mail steamer, disappeared shortly before arrival of the vessel. It is supposed she threw herself into the sea in a temporary fit of mental aberration.
Her obituary is in the New York Times 9 December 1885 page 8.
|Francis Donovan||Suggested improvement for Lucretia Pickering (Walker) Morse|
Lucretia died of complications of childbirth three weeks after the birth of her fourth child, James Edwards Finley
|Mary Eleanor||Find A Grave Memorial# 79063848|
The birthplace of Inez Hatfield Walker was Warren County, Ohio. 'Warren, OH' becomes Warren, Trumbull Co., OH which is not correct.
|Pat Evans||Lydia Morton Bardwell|
Hi, Lydia Morton Bardwell is the daughter of Ebenezer Bardwell, Memorial # 15359647 and Sarah Belding, Memorial # 15359755.
Can you please link her to her parents. Thank you.
|Walter M. Sands||Jane Cole|
Hi Nancy,thank you for the save on Jane Cole #104145871. Walter
|Anonymous||Harriet Smith Walker|
my thanks for catching the duplicate entry. I have requested Find A Grave Admin merge the memorials.
Happy Holidays to you and yours.
|Denny Shumway||Asa Shumway|
Thanks for the heads up. I was given control of this family because I am a Shumway and researching the entire tree. Are you related in some way to this line. Could use your help if so. Denny
|Patrick||RE: Eva Haynes Walker|
The Maynard Historical Society has a bunch of online pages of people who are identified as or associated as "founders". The page for Eva can be found here...
I thought they had source footnotes on those pages but looking again I don't see any, at least on her page.
They seem to feel it has two LLs, so I sent the edit. However I have no vested interest, so go with which ever one you think is best. :)
Added by Patrick on Dec 05, 2014 1:52 PM
|Dead weight||RE: Adam Knecht|
The Adam Knecht at Hillside Cemetery has a picture of the marker.
|ASB||Edward Morris 96811103|
? Is this Edward Morris s/o Samuel and Abigail (Bragg) Morris? He was born Aug 19, 1745 (not Apr) in Thompson Parish, according to the Woodstock Vital Records.
Added by ASB on Nov 12, 2014 4:17 AM
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