|John Arsenault (#47069731)|
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I live in Middletown Springs, Rutland County, Vermont. I work mostly on cemeteries in Rutland County and neighboring Washington County, NY. I'll try to fill photo requests in those areas.|
If you are related to any of my memorials I'll be glad to transfer management outside Find-A-Grave guidelines unless it is a relative of mine or is in a family that I am actively researching. Please send transfer requests through the Edit tab on each memorial.
If you would like to see my sources for any corrections I suggest, please just ask. I research every fact I submit and only suggest those corrections that I believe come from a reliable source.
Some of the families I'm researching, primarily in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, are Brown, Horton, Fisher, Fielding, Gilson, Ripley, Hawkins, Treadwell, Jennings and Northrup. I'm also researching Arsenault and Brideau in Massachusetts, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
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|Kathy Jennings Brown||RE: Edward Cordo|
I'll check. Give me some time to look back on this.
|Joyce Newman||Arathusa Newton Brewer|
Hi, I am helping an applicant to the DAR who is a descendant of Arathusa and Jonathan Brewer. I am searching for supporting document(s) to prove that Arathusa was the daughter of Jason Newton, of Ira, VT. Since he had 17 children, and VT early records are slim, do you know of a reliable source to prove Arathusa's birth, linking her to either her father or mother (Lydia Collins)? Unfortunately, I am not able to use the "Newton Genealogy" book.
Thanks for any help/guidance you can provide.
|Gail ||RE: Col Alexander Greig #120721993|
Thanks for the kind words. However, I must give credit where credit is due. My husband did the digging! We make a pretty good team. I research and write and he digs and photographs.
Added by Gail on Apr 29, 2016 4:24 PM
|Gail ||Col Alexander Greig #120721993|
Yesterday I fulfilled a photo request for Col. Greig. I learned from the cemetery office that he is not buried in Edson as his page indicates, but is buried in Westlawn, the other City of Lowell cemetery across the street from Edson. I also took a photo of his wife's marker and created a memorial page for her (#161849358).
Now you will be able to edit Col. Greig's page with the correct cemetery/lot and connect him to his spouse.
Added by Gail on Apr 29, 2016 9:50 AM
|Bob on Gallows Hill||RE: Eastman family|
You're very welcome.
|Spanish American War||RE: SAW buried at sea|
Thank you for bringing to our attention 3 surgeons. I have changed their listing to reflect this. John S.
|Mark Kimball Nichols||RE: Katherine Willson Richmond|
John, Katherine is my 1st cousin, 1x removed. I would be pleased to take over management.
|BobBoston||Baby Chapin 77673788|
Your suggestion has been posted.
|Mabel Thomas Traver||Regarding David Thomas|
Thanks for your quick response. I do have a copy of their marriage, also death certificate for David but didn't seem to have one for Betsey. Another mystery is on the Revolutionary stone at the museum it has soldiers listed on it and one is David Thomas. He was born in 1786 so couldn't be him.
Thanks again for you help
|Mabel Thomas Traver||Major David Thomas|
He was my 3rd great grandfather and came fron Connecticut. He came to Middletown Springs in approximately 1811 at least that's when he appeared in the History of Middletown. He married Betsey Perry and had two children, Dr. Oscar and Adelia Haynes. I have tried for a while now to get any info. I could. I belong to the Middletown Historial Society, they were able to get a little info but not where he came from. Thank for anything you may or may not find. Mabel Thomas Traver
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