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jjencks (#47612945)
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I have been doing my extended family tree for a few years now and love it. I also love finding all the small old graveyards here in New England and posting all the information on FAG!
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Ann Maree
Richard Allen Brown
I just emailed you a newspaper clipping (to the address listed here on your profile) to confirm his mother is Thelma Anderson Elder. You can also find him living in the household with his parents in the 1940 census. I will submit the edit again with his father as well. Thanks, and let me know if you need anything else to approve this edit.
Added by Ann Maree on Oct 08, 2015 4:11 PM
Bill and April
RE: Duquette and Tilton
You are welcome. I did visit the Tilton Cemetery, and there are no stones visible. From the list, there should have been two more Pitman stones, but I couldn't locate them. Where did you get the information for the others you had on request? Hope all is well. Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Sep 30, 2015 7:13 PM
Bill and April
RE: Corliss at Pine Grove
Always happy to help.
Added by Bill and April on Sep 24, 2015 4:19 AM
Bill and April
Corliss at Pine Grove
Sent you Lois, Charles' wife. It's the Gordon plot, not the Corliss plot. She is two down from her brother Francis. Wasn't able to determine the relationship for Judy Powell Gordon (1950-1995), whose marker is between the Corliss and Gordon markers. All the best, Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Sep 22, 2015 12:37 PM
Gail A
RE: Dunphy
My pleasure. We weren't sure we were going to be able to find it as there wasn't a grave section/number on the request. However, it is shiny and perfect so it was easy to find. Glad we could help!
Added by Gail A on Sep 06, 2015 8:56 PM
rick pickwick
I made the changes you had sent before for the children of Benjamin & Nancy 1st & also his second. From that I had connected the children to whom they would be the son of. Nancy D was born 1823 and Mary the 1st wife died in 1822 so the second wife must be the mom. The children born before 1822 must be nancy's children. So I am leaning on not accepting an unknown change. What do you think? Was Benjamin married more than twice?
Added by rick pickwick on Aug 20, 2015 6:07 PM
Bill and April
RE: Currier
I thought that might have been what you were after. Glad we could help out.
Added by Bill and April on Aug 19, 2015 3:09 PM
Jan Gorman
RE: Nellie Robinson
The sources I used to establish parentage for Nellie Robinson are on her WikiTree page. Let me know if you are able to see the source documentation without membership.
Added by Jan Gorman on Aug 11, 2015 1:54 PM
Janice Prichard
Robert Kessell Memorials
As a courtesy, please do not create duplicates of memorials established by Mr Kessell. I have been working for almost 2 years cleaning up the mess he has made in the cemeteries in Claremont. I currently have almost 300 "edits" waiting for Find A Grave to update with countless more to come. This is a very long and exhausting process and duplicates only complicate the process. I know that family members are upset over what he has done but I have to wait for Find A Grave to complete the edits so it's all out of my hands.
Added by Janice Prichard on Jul 15, 2015 10:00 AM
Team White Sage
RE: Cate's
Hi Jennifer!
I did take photos of the other stones in the cemetery, but they are basically just small stone markers (possibly Cate children?).I will upload them as "unknowns" at this time until we can get names for them.

One of them has an American flag next to it, so I'm assuming a Civil War soldier is buried there?

Also, I found John Cate's Revolutionary War information from "Revolutionary Graves of NH - NHSSAR" and it shows the name of the cemetery he is buried in as BENITEZ FARM GRAVEYARD (not CATE). I'm still researching this, but not having much luck. Any ideas??
Added by Team White Sage on Jul 08, 2015 7:13 AM
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