|Mel Fletcher (#47413246)|
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What started out 25 years ago to be a Fletcher Family tree in and around China, Maine gradually turned to be a family tree of many folks of Kennebec County. Now some would say I'm a baby historian of the area. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any queries of lost souls in the area.|
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|Grave Recorder||RE: Francis Ward|
You are very welcome. I'm glad I was able to help out. I have added the photo to Anna's memorial as well for. :)
|AMAbbott||I C Yeaton|
I will try to sort out when I get to a computer. I was using the new mobile app and actually just took the pictures of IC Yeaton & Kate Haskell because I thought it seemed a strange situation, the app must have made new entries for the pictures automatically. I can't fix from phone but will as soon as I can. What is the story here, there's no death date on Yeaton's stone, did he go missing?
Added by AMAbbott on Jul 27, 2014 12:44 PM
|Stone Finders||Lilla B Pierce|
Thanks for finding that. I do not have the photos any more. I wish I had saved them all, but I take to many.
|Eliza||RE: Mary (Robison) Feezor|
Thank you for the nice compliment - I'm very appreciative of it.
Added by Eliza on Jun 28, 2014 3:44 PM
|Sarah Sloane||RE: Streeter|
You are more than welcome :-)
|stitchhappy||RE: The Spratts|
You are very welcome. I do have additional photos of the area around the Spratts if you would like to have them. It shows the area surrounding the Spratts and gives you an idea of what a lovely setting they now rest in. Please let me know if I can send those to you... It was my pleasure to help .. With warm regards, kathy
|lalablue22||RE: John Leslie Robinson|
Thank you for sending the news clipping. At least it states that my Grand Father had set Tommy up at a boarding home while he was out of town and not just left him in a boat in the middle of winter. And that it also states that he didn't drown.
Wondering why someone sent your grandmother a letter about what happened? Was this person related?
Also, where did you get the newspaper clipping? I have been trying to find other clippings on another uncle from Pictou that drowned at the pictou warf in the 70's.
|lalablue22||John Robinson info|
I do a lot of historical research. I was looking up my GrandFather John Leslie Robinson. When I saw the info listed for him I was very saddened. The information listed is false. I don't know where the information came from but his son Thomas did not die from drowning or freezing to death and his father being drunk! Thomas was staying with his father in his boat.Thomas died of phenomena.I was told by a family member he was staying in his fathers boat for a few days and had gotten sick, by the time he was brought to the doctors he was too far gone, and passed away. Please change this information. Thank you.
|Ima BC Graver||Janet McDicken|
Thanks for the additions to the birth and death locations. I don't know whether you've noticed, the F.A.G. county/MD/RD fields for Canada are rather spotty. Sometimes they appear, sometimes they don't!
|Vicki Buchanan||RE: The Leightons|
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