|Kevin Lufkin (#47418289)|
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Born in Gloucester, Massachusetts, home of the Lufkin generations in America.|
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Thanks for all of the updates!
|Ralph Kimbrel||Thank You|
Thank you very much for transferring Andrew Jackson Kimbrel for me to maintain. I will take very good care of your created memorial page. I will also add much more to the biography as I continue my research on Andrew Jackson Kimbrel.
Ralph Kimbrel 47951000
If you would, please link Andrew Jackson Kimbrel, FAGM# 79401344 to his mother Clintell Jackson (Whitehead) Kimbrel, FAGM# 101614651 and his father Grover Cleveland Kimbrel, FAGM# 101598753, or if you would like to transfer to me I would be honored to maintain your created memorial page and make the links and add a biography. Grover was my cousin. Thank you very much.
Ralph Kimbrel 47951000
Thank you for sharing all of your hard work I was married to David Rich, grandson of Frank and Almira Rich. Most likely I am tied in with many others in your history.
|Kenneth Gilbert||Thomas and Mary Lovekin|
They are listed in the wrong cemetery--they died in 1708 and 1690, respectively, and Oak Grove did not even open until 1855, 150 years later. Best bet is First or Second Parish, with Kettle Cove being a possibility.....
|Grace (Cronin) Schmitt||William Rowdon Stolworothy|
Find A Grave 52744251.
Kevin, I am not going to add "Sr" to this particular William Stolworthy as there are so many of them on our family line. Not only do we have modern Sr & Jr, but also the older 'elder' vs. 'younger' versions. However, thank you for your suggestion. Grace
|crystal daley||First Parish|
I am doing some volunteer work at first parish burial ground and noticed your photo requests. I wanted you to know that in back of first parish there is another cemetery called Clark. There is a stone I found with David Lufkin, Eliza Lufkin and their children. I am not sure if they are part of your ancestry. But you can easily find the stone now. I'll be putting the picture up later tonight.
|Whit Gainey||Monette Odom Justice|
Thanks for the transfer.
I just wanted to tell you thank you for posting this on this website. DJ was my fiancÚ, the love of my life and I have searched for many many years for explanations and conformation of his passing. We were young and in love, and he was unexpectedly forced to move back to Florida from me in Michigan. We stayed in constant contact, letters, phone calls, dedications on the radio :( he had even proposed to me and was sending a ring in the mail, saving money to move back to me :( then all of the sudden all contact stopped :( less then two weeks later his Michigan family came and notified me that he had passed away, left me with no answers, no closure, no offer or invite to his funeral :( I was left with nothing but a broken heart. They say he took his own life :( but that wasn't the DJ I knew... Anyway.... Thank you so much for adding this to the site....
|Shauna (Francis) Boland||We are Cousins|
In searching for information on my family, I came across this site and the wonderful photos and info that you have posted. We are cousins. My father was Lewis James Francis, one of your mother's brothers. (He went by Jimmy) I had never had any information on our grandparents and very little information on my aunts, uncles, and cousins - so I am so happy to have come across you and this information. I actually have a couple of pictures of you from my mother's old photo album.
I was born and raised in Gloucester, but never knew that my grandparents had a gravestone in a local cemetery. Thank you for your work in sharing this information.
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