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Karen Tomecek (#47493192)
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Bio Photo I was raised in New Hampshire and moved to Texas over 30 years ago. I love history and tracing my family which I've been doing since 1994.

I am more than happy to add links, bio's, obituaries, addtitional information, or corrections to memorials upon request. Please contact me by way of the {edit} tab.
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Anthony Clark
RE: Ann L. E. (Davis) Esilman
John Davis and Edwina Jones had three daughters that I am aware of. Anna Lucrectia Edwina Davis married Archibald Esilman, Margaret Edwina Davis married Moses Allen Smith followed by William Franklin McGray. The third sister, Sarah Lucretia Ann Davis married but I have not been able to discover any source for the marriage. My grandmother's notes mentioned a Larry Torme (?)Her handwriting was not easy to decipher at times so I don't know if the spelling is correct. Do you have any information on the third sister's husband?

Tony
Added by Anthony Clark on Nov 10, 2014 11:40 PM
Kimberly Merrill
Samoset Cemetery, Loud's Island
Karen,

There are two cemeteries on the Island. Samoset is probably "Loudville Cemetery" locally. The other cemetery is "Loud's Island Cemetery" on the north end. I still have many pictures from Samoset Cemetery to upload, and I hope to get back and visit the other cemetery next summer.
Added by Kimberly Merrill on Oct 27, 2014 9:26 AM
Aura N
Henry Cummings
Hi Karen,

So I was going to the library today, like I do very frequently, and guess who's house I have driven and walked by a million times? Henry's!
I walked down and took a photo, it is now the headquarters for the Billerica Historical Society. I can email it or post it on ancestry.com if you want, or you can google it:)

Aura
Added by Aura N on Oct 18, 2014 1:59 PM
Aura N
Henry Cummings
Hi Karen,

I found the marker for Rev Henry Cummings (spelt Cumings on the marker) At the Old South Burying Ground in Billerica, MA. It is unfortunately really hard to read. I also found nearby the grave markers for:
Anne Cumings, his wife, she died Jan 5 1784, 46 years old.
Margaret Cumings, his wife, she died June 2 1790, 54 years old.
Ann Cumings b. July 31, 1768 d. Oct 14, 1793
The stone was erected by Thomas L. Whitney "In testimony of his friendship and affectionate regard."

I am going back to the cemetery, I will try to read Henry's marker again.

Aura
Added by Aura N on Oct 13, 2014 3:23 PM
A. Mickna
RE: Newspaper Lookups
No problem for the pictures! And I sent you a message from my yahoo account to your email listed on your profile :)
Added by A. Mickna on Sep 17, 2014 12:04 AM
Christopher Brooks
RE: Churchill
The BLAIN inscription is on the reverse side of the Churchill monument. Observe the fluting along the top of the monument it's identical on both the Churchill and Blain sides. Click on the Blain image, and the caption will tell you it's the reverse of the Churchill monument. I have no idea why it's there either, but it's not my job as a documentarian to omit information, so if it's there, you get it. :-)
Added by Christopher Brooks on Jul 27, 2014 4:26 PM
Deborah Rudy
Abigail Morse part 2
There was an Abigail Morse living in Fairfield (same county, Somerset) in 1850, age 35, listed as a pauper and listed as living with several others in the same category on a farm. If her death dates are uncertain, this may be her and she may be in an unmarked grave.
Added by Deborah Rudy on Jul 02, 2014 1:35 PM
Deborah Rudy
Abigail Morse
I was in the St Albans cemetery during the blackout period for Find A Grave-when it was down for 3 days a week or so ago. I remembered that there was a photo request for a Morse but didn't know which one. So I photographed every Morse I came across. Turns out, I got a photo of everyone EXCEPT Abigail! What bad luck. If anyone else goes, she is not with the large collection of George Morse's nor is she beside the McGray's. I may be back up there in the fall, if no one else snaps it for you before then.
Added by Deborah Rudy on Jul 02, 2014 1:22 PM
DWalt & Patti
RE: Ora Charles Richardson
Hi Karen - now you're talking my family. Yes, I show Ora Charles Richardson married Nathalie Sanford Ross Sep 28, 1933. I see I hadn't gone back and linked them together - just did it. She is buried in North Brewer Cemetery (#80250998)with her 2nd husband, Edmund Archer. I just did a little editing on her memorial as well. I have that she is the dau. of Forest E. & Ada (Morrill) Ross.
~Dale
Added by DWalt & Patti on May 25, 2014 8:59 PM
Pam Weitzel
RE: Cummings
On the side of the big stone there is a name of Ada, Child of E.C. & M.L. Smith age 11 days. Do you want to add a memorial and I will add the picture?
Added by Pam Weitzel on May 15, 2014 5:06 AM
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