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Cheshire (#47921031)
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Bio Photo Graveyards throughout Cheshire Co., NH; Franklin & northern Hampshire counties, MA. Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS), Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) & the Historical Society of Cheshire County

My Goal: I try to adopt the small older cemeteries here in southwestern New Hampshire that either have not been covered or completing those that only have a few entries. I do my best to be complete: transcriptions, photo & any known family connections. If town histories are available, I try to enter any additional information for a person.

Now that I have basically completed all of my family lines, I hope I can help you find leads for your ancestors. Please feel free to use any of the stone photos or contact me for a transfer. If they're not a direct ancestor of mine, I will gladly release them to you.

Please help preserve our past-ADOPT A CEMETERY IN YOUR AREA.

About myself: I have been a genealogy fanatic for over 30 years, New Englander to the core. It has been a wonderful trip! Through my research, I have found that by three of my four grandparents, we are direct descendants of 13 passengers who arrived on the Mayflower: James & dau. Mary CHILTON; Francis & son John COOKE; Edward FULLER; Stephen & Elizabeth (Fisher) HOPKINS; John HOWLAND; Thomas ROGERS; John & Joan (Hurst) TILLEY w/dau Elizabeth; and Richard WARREN. (I can't believe it!!)

Happy Researching!


BRICKWALLS: 1. Thomas ALLEN (1770-1833) of Jay, ME, can't verify parents allegedly: Thomas ALLEN II from Watertown, MA
2. David & Mary (_?_) VIRTUE of Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick (son William James b. 21 Feb 1857) This VIRTUE line allegedly hail from Northern Ireland.

Any leads will be greatly appreciated!
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Janis Paulding Swanson
Stephen Simmons
Thank you for posting a photo for Stephen Simmons at Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery. Janis
Added by Janis Paulding Swanson on Feb 25, 2015 3:38 PM
Peter McLaughlin
Mistake
I made a mistake. Sarah Wood should be the wife of Rev. Abraham Wood, not his mother. Can you please correct it? Appreciate it. Peter
Added by Peter McLaughlin on Feb 16, 2015 6:09 PM
Irene Dowling
RE: Moses Sanderson Jr-Ashburnham
Sandy, thank you so much for looking for them. Someone told me they no longer existed, so I really appreciate your time and effort.
Irene
Added by Irene Dowling on Feb 11, 2015 10:43 AM
Joy
Israel Stowell Jr (1703-1776)
Hello,
I saw your message on his memorial stating that he was a descendant of the Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller. He is my ancestor so I'd love to know his line back to the Mayflower. Any help would be appreciated! Do you happen to know if this line been approved by the Mayflower Society yet?
Added by Joy on Feb 11, 2015 12:07 AM
Mary Alequin
RE: John Ward Jr-Ashburnham,MA
Your Welcome
Added by Mary Alequin on Feb 04, 2015 10:29 AM
Bob Brien
RE: Find A Grave Correction for Louis Welch
Hi Sandy,
Thank you very much for the information on Louis Welch at Meetinghouse Cemetery in Ashburnham MA.
I corrected my records.
Bob
Added by Bob Brien on Jan 22, 2015 2:14 PM
Ryan-O
RE: Bisbees-Ashburnham
Nope- no photos. I found a few death certs on line so I added the Bisbees because it said they were all buried there.

Thanks,
Ryan
Added by Ryan-O on Jan 19, 2015 9:43 PM
butch leitz
Clarinda Holbrook Chapman
Big thanks for that image of the stone for Clarinda Holbrook Chapman, it helps clarify her birth year relative to her daughter born in 1803.
I very much appreciate this labor of love you've done... a huge service! Thank you! - Butch
Added by butch leitz on Jan 09, 2015 5:24 PM
janicet
RE: Tristam Ordway-Greenfield, NH
WOW!!! Fantastic. Thank you so much! This is a key ancestor and so appreciated.
Added by janicet on Jan 04, 2015 2:23 PM
A
Belle Staniels
Please keep the other one in. Yours is correct. I never asked the other person to create a duplicate entry. I was just trying to get her to link Ruth Cram to the correct entry for her mother (which was yours). I've since asked her to transfer my grandmother to me so that I can link it to your entries for Arthur and Belle Staniels.
Added by A on Dec 29, 2014 8:29 PM
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