|Christopher Brooks (#47624489)|
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I'm a Certified Genealogist whose primary focus for 20+ years has been a regional one-name study of the Brooks families of early New England. I maintain a website to share this information at tributaries.info and am preparing a book on one of these families, the descendants of Capt. Thomas Brooks, who died at Concord, MA in 1667. A secondary focus for just as long has been the old Willow Cemetery in Franconia, NH, which I first visited in 1968. Results of an historical/archaeological survey I did there in 2002 for the Town of Franconia are available at http://www.tributaries.info/willowindex.htm.|
Corrections and additions are always appreciated.
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|CE1 Copp||RE: William Parke|
I did not. I will go back and look again soon! There were quite a few requests for this cemetery. First time!
Added by CE1 Copp on Aug 30, 2015 6:23 PM
sorry for the delay. corrections have been made thank you.
Again, I'm most grateful for your precious help in finding these six Headstones Maggie
Added by maggie on Aug 24, 2015 5:28 AM
|American Family Genealogist||Thanks|
Thanks so much for the photos and transfers of my Kane Family members, I really appreciate your help!
|Bella Rosa||RE: Ann Rowland, Joseph Stiles|
You are very welcome...It was sad to see Ann's stone broken but their whole family is right there in a row. Will be posting rest of them later on. It's an honor and a pleasure to help.
|rwy||Royal S. Adams|
I completed your photo request on Dr. Adams. He is next to his wife Louise. There was no memorial for Louise, so I created one and transferred it to you.
Added by rwy on Aug 20, 2015 5:45 PM
|Alexis||RE: Judean Lou (Brooks) Noble|
You are very welcome.
Added by Alexis on Aug 18, 2015 5:31 PM
|Joan Greenough||RE: Louis/Mabel Brooks|
You're welcome. Happy to do it.
|Alycia K||RE: Fox/Whitlock|
You're welcome; I just happened to be in town that day and brought a list. It was too hot to get out of the car for long but I did stay long enough to take all sides of that obelisk. I have to post the other names. Stay tuned!
Added by Alycia K on Aug 08, 2015 5:56 AM
|BP||RE: John L.F. Brooks|
Yes. Good thing the inscription was recorded before it got eroded. I think it was in the late 1800s that the inscriptions of all the headstones were recorded. Did you see the inscription typed in the caption?
Added by BP on Aug 05, 2015 8:43 AM
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