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My current project involves the siblings and children of Revolutionary War Veteren David Skinner (1742-1814) of Marlborough, CT, and Geneseo, NY.|
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|Janet Muff||RE: Sponsorship of Memorials|
No idea what happened to the stones of Elizabeth (Harvey) Scott. Probably dumped in a pile somewhere (although I can't find where) or thrown out in a clean-up effort. So, there's no way to take a better look at the "7" "4" problem.
|Charles Waid||RE: Wolcott|
I know that now! Little late! Chuck
|Charles Waid||RE: Wolcott|
I think I will leave it there as it is the most readable of all photo. I used shaving cream in 2002 to get the photo. The New England Historical Genealogy Society recommend it. I have not seen the "rule" posted in any cemetery, but do know if not washed off will well, it could be a problem. We took a lot of water with us.
I descend from Simon's brother, Henry. Chuck
|Janet Muff||Sponsorship of Memorials|
Happy Holidays! It's been some time since we corresponded, but I hope you're well.
Thank you so much for sponsoring the Hosford-Ransom-Dewey memorials. As you've seen, Fay and I found and photographed Sibil Ransom's original gravestone (in the woods on the old family farm in Poultney). I suspect that David is there, too, and his parents; and that the monument in the East Poultney Cemetery is merely a cenotaph. But conditions were pretty miserable in the woods (hip high grass just getting there, and then lots of vegetation and mosquitoes) and we didn't have the stamina to check the whole area. Plus a tick bit me and burrowed into my neck, so we got out of Dodge as quickly as we could. It was a tough job, but every time I look at Sibil's stone, I am thrilled and know that it was well worth the trouble.
All the best.
I changed the order, but can not delete any photo that I did not post. Thanks and are you related?
|MJ (Tilton) England||RE: Elizabeth (Hale) Thaxter|
I guess we are all totally at a loss. I was going by what is on the gravestone as this is the only date that has been found at this time. I will keep searching, you never know what you can find in other sources.
Thanks for the heads up,
|William Coad||RE: Rev Benjamin Ellery Hale|
Hi Cousin, Am sorry I do not have a copy of the Richarson Memorial on my computer. You may be able to search for one. I have a hard copy. My aunt accidentally found a copy in the St. Petersburg, FL library thirty years ago and somehow sourced out a reprint copy for me. It is 900 plus pages long. I will probably never get all the information entered in my Ancestry tree.
William Richardson COad, Mitchell, SD
|Alan and Mary Van Dyke||Laura Shepard #83808952|
We will certainly delete the 2nd memorial!
I'm stumped that we duplicated her in the first place! We were trying to be so diligent!
However, I think it was because we actually took the photos of that cemetery in Sept 2011, along with many others in Nebraska. It took us a few months to sort all of our photos, and create the big spreadsheets for the several cemeteries. I'm thinking that while we were working on the uploads, you had created Laura, and we didn't catch the duplication at all!
I'll get the photos uploaded to your memorial right away.
Please sing out if you spot any more like this.
|Marc Thayer, III||RE: Jacob Thayer|
Information on Jacob Thayer and his wives are from Patricia Thayer Muno, historian of the Thayer Families Association.
Patricia is the author of several books on Thayer family genealogy.
Marc Thayer III
|William Coad||Rev Benjamin Ellery Hale|
Regarding Rev Benjamin ELlery Hale, Find A Grave Memorial# 79704465.
THere is another daughter, Sarah Marie Hale, Find A Grave Memorial# 134710585.
In an short book, written by grandson, Frank William Thaxter titled "Recollection of Half a Century - The 'A' Class of Iowa Falls", 1909, THaxter provides a short biography of ten men who graduated high school at Iowa Falls, Iowa. Frank WIlliam THaxter was one, GEorge Ellery RIchardson (my great grandfather) was another. In the book he speaks to his family's travel from Massacusetts to first Batavia, Illinois.
The trip took place in 1853 and included: my gr. gr. grandparent's (Joshua Richardson and wife Sarah MArie Hale)family; the family of William Thaxter (and his new wife, Elizabeth Hale died in 1852); and the Benjamin Ellery Hale family.
Here, at least the Joshua Richardson and Sarah Marie Hale family started a "car manufacturing business" at Batavia. I can only assume this referred to rail cars. It was not sucessful. This family moved on to first Independance, Iowa and them by 1865, Iowa Falls, Iowa.
Thaxter reports his family moved on to Minnesota where census records show they were in 1860 and later to Iowa Falls, IA.
There was no further mention of the Benjamin ELlery Hale Family.
William RIchardson Coad
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