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|Bill and April||RE: Thanks|
Also on that family row were Charles' parents, Orlando and Marenda, and a sister, Emma. We also posted those. There are many Kelseas there. I have a few more to post later today, including Orlando's father, William. Hope we are advancing your family tree!
|Jerry Buzzell||Jonathan Pearson, s.o. James and Hephzabeth|
One of my retirement projects is to do a narrative family history of my wife's families. At present, I'm working on her maternal grandmother, Lucinda Pearson, born 1894, Bobcaygeon, Ont., died 1976, St. Albert, Alberta. Her GGGGGrandparents were Jonathan & Abigail Pearson and I'm finding a lot of ambiguities in the records I've been able to access. I've read your short biography of Jonathan and I'd like to start a dialogue to try to settle some of these problems.
E-mail works best for me - email@example.com. I'd appreciate it if we could "sit down and have a chat", as it were.
Cheers, Jerry Buzzell
|Doug Nelson||Edward Walsh|
Thanks for the Photo.
|Marsha Mitchell||Hannibal Hamlin Church|
Thank you very much for the photos of the gravestone of Mr. Church. I appreciate you taking the time to do this.
|Ralph Gowen||woodward headstones|
thank you for the photos of their headstones!
|Ralph Gowen||Starkey headstones|
Thank you for taking the time to find and photograph their headstones!
|Gwen and Bob||RE: Permission to use photo|
Thank you very much! Gwen
|Gwen and Bob||Permission to use photo|
May I please use one of your photos of South Cemetery, Lyndeborough, NH on my ancestry.com family tree pages for Robert Thayer Johnson and his wife Esther R Durham Johnson, with attribution to you and Find a Grave? Thank you very much for your consideration. Gwen
|Rick Weaver||RE: Capt Samuell Ayer photo|
Burial location at Pentucket. Please don't take this as Gospel, but I "think" the stone was towards the front of the cemetery on the right after you enter via the front steps. That's where most of the oldest, shorter stones are that are still legible and above ground. I walked every row and it was cold so I wasn't really keeping track of the locations...
I hope this helps!
Thank you so much for the new and better quality photos of my many great grandparents headstones. I much appreciate it and love the detail that shows in the photos. Happy Holidays!
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