|Phineas A. Gates (#47950304)|
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I live in Sangamon County Illinois and am researching my Gates, Wilder, Canaday, Colliflower, Hart families lineages, and other families too. I do research on my family genealogy daily. I live near Brush Creek, Auburn, Wimmer, Saint Bernard, Cumberland Sugar Creek, and Thayer cemeteries and I am a photo volunteer. You are welcome to use my photos how you please.|
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|Connie Clark||RE: Ralph Poor's grave|
You are very welcome for both photos.
Best Wishes, Wayne and Connie
|Jean Leach||RE: Homer Adamson's grave|
|Wendy Mapes O||RE: Freddie Scott's grave|
sorry it didn't have anything written anymore
I have moved to Hingham and have Andrews family buried in Hingham Cemetery I was checking out the photo requests and see that you have five old ones.
The oldest stone in Hingham cemetery dates to 1732. You will not find anything older. Doesn't mean someone wasn't buried either around the original meeting house prior to 1681 or the Old Ship meeting house dating to 1681, but there are no records and any stones have been lost.
Hingham cemetery has their history on line and the list of known burials is here:
It is possible that your ancestors and mine are under Settlers' Monument. That's the image I hold!
Just thought you might want to remove the requests since they can't be fulfilled.
Added by Ellen on Jul 01, 2016 10:11 AM
|Beth & Doug||RE: Hugh Smith's grave|
You are very welcome! :)
|Angels Among Us (Sent from Heaven)||RE: William Hart's grave|
|Sally Heys||Colliflower transfer|
Hi, I transferred management of your relative to you today. Sally
|Connie Clark||RE: Germann family gravestone|
You are very welcome!! Wayne and Connie
|D. L. Lee||RE: James Harold Sweeney's grave|
You are very welcome.
|Connie Clark||RE: Amos Tarran grave|
You are very welcome ! Wayne and Connie
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