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As a teacher and with a BA in history, genealogy became a natural outflow for learning the past. Learning about it with direct connections of ancestors have made many historical events become more personal and alive. This has even impacted my students as they do a year long project of their ancestry. My wife, son, and I live in historical New England and enjoy the ability to visit many of the United States places of historical beginnings as well as some of the oldest cemeteries. The photo you see is of my grandfather in the 1920's.|
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|Dogwalker 41||RE: Thomas P Hill Memorial #73873039|
Thank you for transferring both Thomas P and George W Hill. I was going to request that next. :)
|Dogwalker 41||Thomas P Hill Memorial #73873039|
Brothers Thomas P and George W Hill were my great-great grandfather's brothers.
|Dogwalker 41||RE: Thomas P Hill|
I found his birth record from 'Maine Births and Christenings, 1739-1900.' In addition,the record 'Maine, Veterans Cemetery Records, 1676-1918' shows the birth date. The first is an index only (online). The 2nd source is a digital picture. Would you like me to email you the information to your personal account?
|AuntieJ||RE: Old Mill Cemetery|
Eliza A Davis Higgins 121919861
Ira A Ingraham 121919873
Malcolm Parker 121919899
Please provide a link to the memorials that you believe are the originals. I was unable to locate them using a simple search.
Also, please remove the scanned "duplicate" document that you added in a photo slot. I would appreciate the courtesy of the full 30 days Find A Grave allows us to make corrections.
Added by AuntieJ on Jul 30, 2015 10:42 AM
|Judy Wood||Munn Gravestone photos|
Thanks so much for the photos of Elijar & Caroline Munn. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
|Mel Fletcher||Dow photo|
Thank you for the photo Peter. It is through folks like you that makes this site so much more rewarding.
|Courtney||RE: Sitnah Clifton|
Correct, no children by George and Priscilla.
Added by Courtney on Jul 09, 2015 9:24 AM
|Courtney||RE: Sitnah Clifton|
No, all George's children were by a unknown first wife.
Priscilla, George second wife, was first married to Jesse Clifton. Sitnah Clifton was the daughter of Jesse Clifton & Priscilla
Added by Courtney on Jul 05, 2015 9:31 PM
No problem Peter ! My Tuckers confused me also, lol.
Priscilla left a will naming "her Grandson George Tucker" (son of Jeremiah & Sitnah) Since she was married to George (Sr.), a lot of people assumed she was Jeremiah's mother. As you know, he was actually her grandson thru her Daughter, Sitnah Clifton.
To make it more fun, another of George's (Sr.)children - Martha Patsy Tucker - married William Clifton, also a son of Priscilla.
Added by Courtney on Jul 05, 2015 4:35 PM
|ForgetღMeღNot||RE: Perkins on my tree|
My great grandparents Charles Davis Perkins & Jennie Manchester of Torrington, Connecticut.
Grandfather Clarence Alvie Perkins (1892 - 1976) born in Torrington, Connecticut married my grandmother Edna May Hallowell Perkins (1898 - 1972). They made their home on The Mountain Rd.
in Jefferson, Maine where my father Charles Dana Perkins (1918 - 1984) was born. :)
Best, Debbie Perkins
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