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Charlie Morgan (#47142894)
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Bio Photo I do not adhere strictly to the FAQ suggestion (not a directive) that transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations (i.e., siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren). I will transfer management of any memorial to any member of the extended family of the person in a memorial upon request with pleasure, provided that such person is equally liberal in granting transfer requests.

Personally, I'd rather have a memorial managed by a member of the extended family who has significant motivation to maximize the content of the memorial due to the family relationship than continue managing it myself. The distance back in time or the degree of relationship to that ancestor is irrelevant to the question of a person's commitment to the memorial.

Please provide your relationship to the person in the memorial when making the request.

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This has been said about genealogy and I rather think that it applies with equal force to the volunteer work done here at Find A Grave:

Genealogy begins as an interest,
Becomes a hobby,
Continues as an avocation,
Takes over as an obsession,
And in its last stage,
Is an incurable disease.

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If you would like me to take cemetery pictures for you, please include the grave location - one way to learn a grave location is to phone the cemetery; if a cemetery with thousands or even tens of thousands of graves has 20 photo requests and I have only an hour or two to take photographs, I am likely to select first the requests that include the grave location. Also, if you want multiple photographs (e.g., husband and wife), list both/all of them; I feel that I more helpful the more pictures that I take, so I am likely to give priority to a pair of requests.

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If you would like to use one of my photos for your own personal purposes (e.g., to post on a profile on your family tree at Ancestry.com), feel free to do so, but please provide attribution (along the lines of "Originally contributed to the memorial for [name of person] on Find A Grave by Charlie Morgan").

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A note about the Transcriptions Field - it's very time consuming to complete. I concur completely with the following comment made by Stauffacher56 in a thread in one of the Forums here: "I think the transcription is about the marker and should include everything it says. If I omit something (usually due to readability issues, sometimes because living persons are mentioned) I'll mention the nature of the omission in the note field. Things like names and dates could be presented differently on the marker vs. the fields on the top of the page. Photos aren't viewable by everyone, sometimes they're not very clear, and sometimes there isn't a photo at all. The transcription fills those gaps."

By making a complete transcription of the inscription, we do a big favor to folks without eyesight who depend on electronic readers to speak the words of a website to them. Those readers cannot read photographs.
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KKCoderre
Memorial# 138345160
Thank you Charlie for the transfer. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by KKCoderre on May 18, 2016 2:11 PM
Betty Paulsen
RE: Samuel Stewart
I have put you on my email address.
I will send you an email to make sure it comes through to you.
Betty
Added by Betty Paulsen on May 12, 2016 12:32 PM
Betty Paulsen
RE: Samuel Stewart
Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah
Added by Betty Paulsen on May 12, 2016 12:19 PM
Betty Paulsen
RE: Samuel Stewart
I will see what I can find out in my containers. I have also. I do have a copy of that General Stewart's A Family Record, that he had his family publish. That is one thing I have been adding to my personal file.
Plus I have from the Stewart Clan Magazine, PG:291-292 Stewarts In Tolland County, Conn.
I have also learned from others that those that wrote some of these histories from ancestors back there, have made mistakes as we do today.
So I agree in many things that are put out there and must find the right sources for it all. I can't stand to not have things wrong and will try and make it right.
Thank you again.
Added by Betty Paulsen on May 12, 2016 12:10 PM
Betty Paulsen
RE: Samuel Stewart
Thank you for getting back with me. I will give you what I have but my proof is in containers because I have moved around a lot and my parents are passed away and I have a lot to sort through from their books and mine.

This is what I have
Patience Miriam Hungerford
B. 13 February 1753 New Fairfield, Fairfield, Conntecticut
CHR: 25 March 1753 same place
Died: 807-9 Gurley Cemetery recorded her name is Menam, died age 39 yrs. PG:96; FHL Film #: 0003343
Parents: Samuel Hungerford and Mary Graves
This is what I also found on Samuel Hungerford

(Stuart Clan Magazine; FHL Film #: 1,018,913
Born in Millington Ecclesiastical Society, East Haddam, Conn. Marriage recorded in 2nd Congregational Church, Rev. Ephraim Little, Pastor. Samuel moved to New Fairfield, Comm., before June 21, 1749. He was appointed representative for Deputy of the Freemen of New Fairfield in 1777 and again in 1778 (see records of the State of Connecticut, 408, 411 and 436).
Mrs. W. Himebaugh's Hungerford Genealogy, I find the following:
On Aug. 16, 1763, Gov. Wentworth granted a patent of a township named Hugerford...
From State papers of New Hampshire, VOl. 26, pp. 713-714 &c, regarding land grants of Samuel Hungerford. He was one of 70 grantees of 23,040 acres in Merrill, H..H., in Peacock, Fairfield, Smithfield, Linington, Hungerford, &c, &c. In Nov., 1766, he with many others petitioned the King for relief, it having been found that at least part of the lands did not belong to Vt., but to N.Y.
"Many of the grantees having put in all of their savings were about to be reduced to absolute poverty.
Samuel Hungerford and several others were chosen by the petitioners to look after their rights and to obtain a full confirmation to them of the lands on such terms as they could.
The grants provided that every grantee should plant and cultivate five acres for every fifty contained in the petition on penalty of forfeiture. That all white and other pine trees suitable for masting the Royal Navy, should be carefully preserved and not felled without special license.
That before any division of land be made that a tract in as near the center as possible be laid out and reserved for town lots of one acre to each grantee. In payment the grantee was to pay therefore, for the space of ten years from the date of the grant, the rent of one ear of Indian corn, only on Dec. 25, annually, it lawfully demanded and after the expiration of ten years, one shilling proclamation money for every hundred acres, the owners to be in lien of all other rents.
In Mr. J. Phelps Leach's Hungerford Genealogy, I find:
And 1763, he obtained of Gov. Benning Wentworth, grantes of three townships on the N.E. of Lake Champlain, chartered by the names of Fairfield, Smithfield, and Hungerford (Sheldon).
In 1783 he sent his son Isaiah to manage the prudent affairs of the townships, and Isaiah and Hubbard Barlow were chosen to lay out the divisions of land to each proprietor (see first book of records of Fairfield, Vt.)
Died at age 64 years 3 months.)

I thank you for your help. I do have Samuel with a second wife named Mary. but that is all I have on her.
Again, thank you for your help. I can use all the help I can and will be glad to give you anything I have.
Betty Paulsen
Added by Betty Paulsen on May 12, 2016 11:40 AM
Betty Paulsen
Samuel Stewart
I want to thank you for putting the Stewart family and some of the descendants on here. I have been looking for them for a long time. My ancestor was Adeline Stuart md an Austin, her father was Elisha S. Stewart & Minerva Hunn and his parents were Samuel Warren Stewart and Mary Ann Wolcott to the person on this page.
Than you for your wonderful time spent on this.
Betty Paulsen
Added by Betty Paulsen on May 12, 2016 10:33 AM
Mary Alequin
RE: Alanson Appleton
Is he family?
Added by Mary Alequin on May 03, 2016 11:32 AM
Mary Alequin
Alanson Appleton
Than what is his last name? If his middle name is Appleton.
Added by Mary Alequin on May 03, 2016 8:18 AM
Luke Davidson
RE: Durants of Newton, MA
Thanks again.
Added by Luke Davidson on Apr 18, 2016 1:20 PM
Luke Davidson
RE: Durants of Newton, MA
Thank you. Do you know if the cemetery would have more information about them?
Added by Luke Davidson on Apr 18, 2016 12:07 PM
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