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Cheryl Young (#47960264)
 member for 5 years, 10 days
Pierre Doiron
I incorrectly declined an edit. I was looking at Jr. instead of Sr. I have added Martha Hebert as the spouse of Pierre Doiron.

Added by DMartin on May 15, 2017 10:54 PM

RE: George Morris Lamb
I'm going to transfer my memorials for George and Martha to you.
Then you can add your info, pics, links to mine more easily, and keep the older memorials, and delete yours.

Added by Cathy on Feb 01, 2014 11:47 AM

RE: George Morris Lamb
Hi Cheryl,
Mine are George #111898561 and Martha #111898682.
I think you would just add info by using the edit tabs on my memorials, add your photos and links, and then delete your memorials for George and Martha.

Added by Cathy on Feb 01, 2014 11:36 AM

Brenda & Pete
Daisy & Ewing Rogers
Hi Cheryl,

I believe I have located two of the people you are in search of. Daisy Hannah Rogers is memorial number 117122686 and Ewing Rogers is memorial number 45782823 Hope these are the people that you are looking for. Will continue to search for the others, but it doesn't look too promising. Have a good evening.


Added by Brenda & Pete on Jan 28, 2014 4:57 PM

Brenda & Pete
Martha & George Lamb
Hi Cheryl,

Thought you might like to know that the cemetery you are asking about is spelled Chippiannock, there are two n's in the name. Also there are memorials for Martha and George. Martha's memorial number is 111898682 and George's memorial number is 111898561. Hope this helps.


Added by Brenda & Pete on Jan 28, 2014 6:24 AM

RE: Date of Death unknown
I wish I had some more information for you. We don't have Shippernock Cemetery listed in our database. I cannot find a record of George M. Lamb or his wife on Findagrave either. I searched for the cemetery online and have not been able to find any information. My suggestion would be to try to county government and/or the county libraries and see if there is information about the lost cemetery.

Added by Katrina on Dec 03, 2012 12:23 PM


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