|Jenean Hamilton (#46846305)|
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I became interested in our family history as a direct result of the avid interest of my mother and oldest sister. My life has become enriched by this desire to know where I came from. Thanks mom and sis!|
I truly enjoy Find A Grave and the Find A Grave community; who is so willing to help other researchers!
I am very willing to add to and correct any of the memorials I manage and will do so as quickly as possible. Please help me out by making suggestions through each memorial's EDIT button. This makes it much easier to locate the correct memorial to make the recommended additions and corrections. It will also make certain that I see the request. Requests made through member page messages can get missed.
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|Bill Paschal||RE: Mary Ann Chandler|
No problem, that's kinda what I thought in the first place. Here's what I see with the two markers. There are the two markers, one for MARY ANN CHANDLER in the Park Street Cemetery, and the one for MARION ELY, in the Yantic. If those are the ones who are talking about, are they the same person, two different names, Mary Ann & Marion. I have e-mailed you some documents from Ancestry.com. Let me know when and if you get them. The document from Connecticut DOES indicate a different first name from what is on the maker (a typo by the stonecutter), it, the document, shows MARY ANN. I also found a BIRTH document for a MARY ANN born in Springfield on 7 April, 1750 and it shows the parents as Nathaniel & Mary, I have sent that as well, look on the left side about halfway down. According to the birth certificate for MARY ANN & the marker for (MARION), it indicates different parentage, unless she was adopted, but let's not get into that, and it would indicate that these are two different people with coincidental dates Scary & confusing, but that's part of the fun & challenge of family research). Let me know what you think. Good luck. Bill P
|Bill Paschal||RE: Mary Ann Chandler|
Hi Jenean. If you are looking for the burial location of Dorothy Backus Chandler, according to the "Connecticut, Hale Cemetery Inscriptions & Newspaper Notices" on Ancestry.com, Dorothy IS buried in Yantic Cemetery with her husband James. Hope this helps, if it doesn't let me know. Bill
|James Gill||Thank you Very Much!!!|
Thanks, Jenean, for another great photo that I requested. It was a pretty chilly day to be traipsing through a cemetery!
Added by JSOrorke on Mar 22, 2015 8:59 PM
|Laura Evans-Steele||Hamman tombstones|
Good evening Jenean. Thank you so much for the photos and memorial transfers for John Hamman and his second wife, Mary. I really appreciate all your efforts. Have a blessed week! Mrs. Laura Evans-Steele
Thanks for the great pictures of Thomas and Louisa Emerson. My father in law's grandparents. I sent some info for edit on the rest of their children. Thanks again for the great job, Mike
|Laura Evans-Steele||Tombstone photos|
Good morning Jenean. Thank you so much for the photos of H. Dixon and Christena Iseminger Hamman's tombstones. I really appreciate it. I have another question for you. When you were at Christena's grave, did you happen to notice if her husband, John, was buried beside her or his second wife, Mary? They have no memorials or photos. If you could please get me photos of their stones (if they are there) I can build memorials for them, too. Thanks again for all your help and have a blessed day! Mrs. Laura Evans-Steele
|WendyT||charles chambers (greenwood)|
Sorry, same thing. Will try to be more care in the future. Again, if you want me to delete, no prob.
Added by WendyT on Mar 18, 2015 2:39 PM
When using my iPhone app today, did not realize she was claimed. First time for me posting photos this way. Will remove photos if you already have some, sorry.
Added by WendyT on Mar 18, 2015 2:36 PM
I saw your posting on Find A Grave for George Scoville
You have him married to a Luretta ????
Do you know her last name? Could it be Bierce, Pearce, Bearce????
Were they married in CT?
then you have him married to Altheah French.
I found George Scoville in the 1850 US Fed census with a Mary J born in Kentucky. Looked like he was married to
this woman between Luretta and Altheah
I am interested in this family because my ancestor Orthera Palen aka Cornelia A Palen was born in 1847 and
is enumerated in George Scoville household in 1850 census with Mary J. Orthera is my great Grandmother.
Would you know anything about her?
Do you know if Ruth Scoville is daughter of Altheah or daughter of this Mary J?
Added by Nancy on Mar 17, 2015 10:37 PM
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