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JudiT (#47404726)
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Bio Photo I first discovered the fun and challenges of genealogical research just in 2010, starting with a tree sent by a cousin in England. Since then I have been on a mission to find as many family members, both dead and alive, as I can. I have connected with living cousins all over the country and even new ones in the UK.

More recently I've obtained extensive genealogical notes from my paternal great-grandmother that she accumulated over her 97 years. I'm on a mission to find and connect them on FAG as I add them to my tree. It has gone from 0 to 2063 people in just over a year with her help!

It has been a fascinating journey!! I am pulling together family info to share in several ways, including virtual cemeteries here, geni trees and google sites. I am happy to help anyone else when I visit cemeteries containing my family and/or nearby my home if I can.

Major family lines include Alkes/Elkes, Klepper, and Fenster from Europe; Knapp, Becroft, Burbidge, Nott, Clark, Summers, Whittaker and Williams from CT; Culver, Ford and Kuykendall out west; and Archambault, Marcher, Provost, Nolan, Flanders from VT. I'm hoping my efforts here serve generations to come. Special thanks to Barb Destromp in VT and Jan Franco in CT who have created so many of my family memorials before I knew they were family!! Barb in particular has made hundreds of corrections for me I think!

I haven't created many that are not my family or friends but I'd be happy to transfer to someone who wants to take good care of them.

Happy Family Hunting!

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Bob on Gallows Hill
Stephen Sewall
Thanks much for the link.
Added by Bob on Gallows Hill on Apr 18, 2014 9:23 AM
Elton Ellis
Jane Brocklebank
Hi Judi,
Thanks for checking. You had me going back and checking my sources ago. I found her in the "Massachusetts, Town & Vital Records, 1620-1988" on page 6 showing her the daugther of Suamuel & Hannah Brocklebank, born 31 Jan 1670, the sixth of seven childen. Thanks again.

Added by Elton Ellis on Apr 11, 2014 11:10 PM
Elton Ellis
RE: duplicate Memorial for Capt Samuel Brocklebank
Hi Judi,
Thanks for the info on Samuel Brocklebank. Samuel was by 8th Great Grandfather thru his daugther Jane Brocklebank Somerby, my 7th Great Grandmother.
Elton Ellis
Silverdale, Washington State
Added by Elton Ellis on Apr 11, 2014 8:25 PM
Eugene Leslie Burbidge
I've transferred him to you. Please take good care.

Added by Theresa on Mar 18, 2014 10:40 PM
RE: John Farrow
My pleasure Judi!

Added by Saratoga on Feb 13, 2014 6:49 AM
Volunteer Photos Taken
I Found More Scott

Catherine Scott 1874 -1952
Thomas Scott 1868 - 1942
Davis Scott 1894 - 1918
killer in France
Nicholas L Scott 1897 - 1922
Alice P Scott 1856 - 1933
John w Scott 1848 - 1803
Mary A Scott 1822 - 1895
Alice Scott 1855- 1910
Tho's Scott 1851 - 1918
Josephine G Scott 1876 - 1949
Thomas Scott 1875 - 1935
George W Scott 1839 - 1912
Augusta Scott 1841 - 1907
Fairbanks - Scott
Alice Scott 1940 -1983
Frank Scott 1872 - 1913

I take Pitures of all this name on this list and the the first list i send you
Added by Justice on Jan 14, 2014 4:13 PM
John Glassford
Hi again.
Hi Judi,

I sent you a direct e-mail. I used to have it on my page but that way spammers can get it.

I can draw you a nice easy map of all of the cemeteries in the Newburys and scan/e-mail it to you. It gets VERY confusing if you do not know. This way you can enjoy your graving adventure when you get here and not spend the whole time practically lost.

I am going to start migrating the necessary memorials from Evergreen to Old Town. I can tell just by looking at them which goes where. Maybe I can meet you and your party in Newbury when the time comes and show you around. If you are here in May you can come to my lecture on Victorian graving subjects at the No. Andover Historical Society if you'd like.

Added by John Glassford on Jan 13, 2014 1:06 PM
John Glassford
one more quick note
Scarey thing is... I know the difference between Evergreen versus the OldTown cemetery. When i uploaded my photos from my trip to Old Town I put the memorials in Old Town on FindAGrave. I see they have been moved to Evergreen! I am moving them back to Old Town but need more time. I never photographed at Evergreen I just parked there and went thru the gates for photo-taking at Old Town.

See how much fun these old towns up here can be with little cemeteries everywhere you look? LOL!!

Added by John Glassford on Jan 13, 2014 7:15 AM
John Glassford
woking on it First Parish vs Old Town (Newbury, MA)
Hi Judi,

Looking into it but need more time.

I found the Stephen Noyes Dodge stones that both indicate GR2: Memorial# 67095028 and # 67094712.
They are both in First Parish Cemetery, not at OldTown. First Parish is a huge cemetery Old Town down the road is very small nestled behing Evergreen Cemetery, both are very old.

The Evergreen versus the OldTown cemetery is another issue. Memorial# 6920813 (now under your management) is actually at Old Town, not Evergreen. You have to drive thru Evergreen to access OldTown that is why all of the confusion.

The original issue of OldTown versus First parish could mean that GR2 indicated both cemeteries in records? I am not sure as of yet.

It's a confusing mess on FindAGrave I can see, yikes.


Added by John Glassford on Jan 13, 2014 7:01 AM
Here Are Some Of The Scott I Found For Now

Harry O Scott 1870 - 1929
Nellie B Scott 1870 - 1940
Jennie C Scott 1884 - 1956
Thel Johns nee 1831 - 1932
Harles B Scott 1872 - 1937
Mary E SCott 1851 -
John C Scott 1850-
Willmont Scott 1874
Ida May Scott 1830
Added by Justice on Jan 12, 2014 9:21 PM
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