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Do you know why Anna Linkon was merged with Hannah "Hanna" Gobel Axtell Linkon?
Added by JA on Aug 25, 2014 9:17 PM
|Marin County Genealogical Society||Ebenezer Emmons|
There is a photo of a tombstone for Ebenezer Emmons along with the photo for Olivea Emmons in the Bashan Lake Cemetery. This must be a different Ebenezer Emmons that is married to Mary Mack. The dates don't match what is on the stone. Maybe Ebenezer didn't marry Olivea after Mary Mack died. I believe this is a different Ebenezer Emmons.
|Debbie Smith Shaffer||RE: Pictures Elizabeth Smith Ashley|
Thank you for replying so promptly and giving me a lesson on ages. I will check with Jack on using the grave picture. Thanks again and keep up the great work!
|Julie H. Lake||Stanton Photo|
Thanks very much for so graciously allowing me to use your photo!
Blessings to you,
|Waterbury Ward||St Joseph's (Old) and Calvary|
I noticed you entered several records at Old St Joseph's Cemetery. Do you have pictures for all of them? If not we have someone planning on taking pictures there that we could add.
We have also been considering trying to get a group of people together to tackle Calvary Cemetery. Based on the map there appears to be roughly 100 sections ranging from 150-400 headstones per section. If we had enough people to cover one section per person I think we could make good progress. I could probably get 30-40 from our congregation to help. I was wondering if you might be interested in helping. We are currently considering the afternoon of May 3,2015.
Any thoughts you might have on this idea would be welcomed.
|Gone But Not Forgotten||RE: Eunice Orcott|
Thx John. Very strange. Will leave the request in.
Raymond Hill Cemetery updates
Just a note to say thank you for the recent updates you accepted.
|Linda Newbrough||RE Ichabod Robinson|
Hi, I have some information on Ichabod Robinson, from Ancestry.com. This has not been proven yet, but...
born 12 December, 1720, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA, and died 20 January, 1809, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut.
(Robinson is in my Andrews family line)
|Connie Heskett||RE: Samuel Fuller|
Hi Truman Fullers wife was Lucy Harding Fuller. She was born April 24,1804 Otsego, N.Y. She didn't die until Nov.3,1898 in Sorrento, Fla.
She is a decendant of Thomas Rogers,Mayflower Passenger. Her grandfather was Benjamin Harding,who died in the revolutionary war and is buried on hog hill, Ct. No one seems to know where she was buried. Most probably Fla. She lived with her daughter. She also helped her son Truman raise my great gr.mother Ellen Mae Fuller, when her mother died at age 30.
|marelle44||Deacon Johnathan Dunk|
Thank you for adding the birth and death information on Johnathan Dunk to his Memorial. I appreciate your time effort in making his memorial as complete as possible.
Mary Eleanor Dutton Urso
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