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|Patrick J. O||RE: Nathaniel Craft|
Thanks for bringing the duplicates to my attention. The Nathaniel Craft linked to Patience Topliffe is the correct one (he is my wife's 6th great grandfather). According to Massachusetts birth records, Nathaniel was born on 11 Jan 1676 in Roxbury. Massachusetts records also show he married Patience on 26 Nov 1701 in Roxbury. In addition, his death date of 8 Sep 1746 is confirmed by the same records. I can provide copies of these documents if you wish. We are hoping to visit the Eliot Burying ground sometime this year (we live in California) and wonder if you can provide information on gaining access to the site - we've seen published information citing the difficulty in gaining access to the cemetery.
Thanks for your help!
|William Dinsmore||RE: Nathaniel Cheever, 14407056|
DGB.I know its been quite awhile since you sent me an email.I Guess it has been corrected as I could not find where I placed his Grave site on FINDAGRAVE .COM. Since Samuel Cheever Married into my Family to Elizabeth Dissamore/aka Dismore aka Dismore I may have made an error while posting Samuel Cheever as he did have a Son named Nathan Cheever.I am how ever pleased to correct any mistakes I make on findagrave.com or ancestry.com as records from 1600/1700/1800/and even early 1900 are full of mistakes as they also used Soundex system and what they think they heard was not what was said.Like my families last name.Dissmore,Dismore,Dissamore,and finally Dinsmore which is the correct spelling.But was not corrected until 1860s generation in Salem,Marblehead,Ma in Essex County and even Boston and New Hampshire area.Thanks.
|amyinleeds||Bridges at Broad Cemetery|
Hi, You posted a grave photo for two children with surname Bridges at this cemetery. There was actually a third child that had not been added to findagrave, and whose name can just barely be read in this photo. He was Gilbert Chadwick Bridges. I created a memorial for him. Noting you give permission for reuse of photos, and to save you the hassle, I lifted your photo for this new memorial. If you prefer to post it yourself, let me know. --Amy
|Kyle Eddinger||RE: John D Ireson|
John's father's information I could find, born 1813 and died 18 Aug 1891. His parents were named Robert Ireson and Hannah Dennie
|Barbara (Feldkamp) Burns||Walter, Thomas|
Thanks so much for the transfer of Thomas Walter!
Thanks for the pictures. Great to see!
Added by BLC on Nov 09, 2015 5:48 PM
|Linda Rhoadarmer||RE: Sally Lawrence|
I am in one of those jags right now also. Trying to match up folks with relatives. Gad! I use Familysearch. Pretty good information. Right now working a little on Mildred Pearl Fletcher Johnson. She had married Chester Gordon Johnson. I am trying to find him. They married in 1921. I like nags, Reminds me to come back and double check. Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||Sally Lawrence|
I see that there is a dup. I believe I left it like that until someone caught it. I had the original photo of the mended headstone on my memorial. I made a copy of the memorial and put the mended headstone on the older one. The headstone does not look as nice as the one I did. But I guess that isn't here or there. Good catch. Still want me to remove mind? Linda
|Kenneth Gilbert||RE: John Poland|
Still trying to figure out if he might be the parent of My John Poland--and given that the fairly was poor and there's not much in the way of records. I do know that Charles Poland, the second John Poland's son was born in the same block as the cemetery,so there's that.
I am having trouble reading the inscription that is connected with Elizabeth Winslow Corwin.
Is it possible to transcribe it for us to be able to read. Thanks
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