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Beensker (#47625231)
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Bio Photo I have traveled across country and around the world to find and photograph the final resting places of my ancestors and their neighbors.

Please do not use my photos without written permission, and after receiving permission, please do give a photo credit to A. M. Tulk. Thank you.

Sadly, I have seen my photos used without permission and uncredited on and elsewhere. I have begun the lengthy process of replacing my photos with watermarked photos.

Please note that many of these copyrighted photos also now have imbedded copyright protection.

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RE: Charles H Sawyer 179441551
Thank you very much for the added information.
Always nice to link a CW soldier to his family.
Added by cw-sawyers on May 18, 2017 5:12 PM
Thomas Sawyer 101162494
Do you have additional information about this family?
Thomas had a son Charles H. b. 1837 who I believe may be the Charles H., MA 23d Inf, killed 1864 Drewery's bluff, VA. His father filed for a pension 1892 as "John T".
Added by cw-sawyers on May 10, 2017 5:49 AM
Obadiah Winter
He was not originally buried in Fair View. Many small family and farm cemeteries were moved to Fair View as areas were developed. The cemetery might be able to tell you the original name. Some small cemeteries still exist in Middletown, Headdens Corner and surrounding small neighborhoods.
Added by Kat on Apr 20, 2017 7:48 PM
William Cate Jr
The grave of William Cate is marked with only a field stone, and there are no engravings on the stone. The flag holder is not DAR, it is only a generic "US Veteran" marker.
Added by Steve on Apr 15, 2017 6:40 AM
RE: Lucy Dennett Marston
Oh thank you for the correction and for your offer of connecting Lucy's memorial page to her parents! Her parents were buried at their family farm at Gravelly Ridge in Portsmouth in the mid-1800's, but then, due to commercial development, the whole family grave site was exhumed in 1964 and the family was re-buried in South Harmony Grove Cemetery in Portsmouth. You have given me the push to get over to that cemetery and get some photos and a listing of all the Dennetts buried there. I will report back when I have the correct Memorial pages to link Lucy to her parents. Thank you again for your assistance in the correction and for your time with all of this. Much appreciated, Clair
Added by Clair on Apr 06, 2017 8:39 AM
Lucy Ann Dennett Marston #102149196
I put in an edit request for Lucy Ann Dennett Marston (19 Jan 1813 - 14 Dec 1894) which you have declined. I respectfully would like to explain that this Lucy Ann Dennett Marston's parents are Mark Dennett (1783 - 1858) and Olive Fabyan Dennett (1790-1834) (both were born and died in Portsmouth NH). They are my husband's direct ancestors ... Lucy Ann Dennett Marston is his second great-grandmother.
I would be happy to provide the NH records to prove this lineage to you, but you will easily note that your records have Lucy Ann Dennett Marston's parents born 25 years after her birth of 1813. Mark Winburn Dennett (1837-1885) and Olive Jane Bean Dennett (1839-1922) are not her parents. I would be happy to put in another edit request to delete those as being her parents.
Please advise and thank you for your time,
Added by Clair on Apr 05, 2017 3:24 PM
RE: William Double
Gosh, I don't know. Turned out not to be my family. Since they are in two different parts of the cemetery, old and new, maybe the family replaced it with a new stone and added the daughter. You could make a note in the bio referencing one to the other. Better not to remove if two actual stones.
Added by FranA on Apr 05, 2017 1:48 PM
#173327151 and #173377031
I think these two William Double memorials are the same person.
Added by FranA on Apr 04, 2017 12:48 PM
Stephanie Fraser
Findagrave memorial #145093696
Hello, I sent you an email about three weeks ago, asking if you could transfer management of the memorial 145093696 to me as said memorial is of my late older brother.

Thank you,

Added by Stephanie Fraser on Jan 19, 2017 7:25 PM
Letitia Caroline Susannah Gannon spinster
Letitia Gannon is buried next to her brother, Edw. Michael Gannon. She was never married, both deeply involved in philanthropy their entire lives. There are church windows attesting to this, as well as their newspaper obituaries. Can you please change the relationship? She never had a spouse, nor did her brother. My husband's g grandmother was orphaned as a child, and lived with "Ganny" until her marriage to my husband's g grandfather, Samuel Wightman Smythe. Family letters confirm the relationship, as do years of internet and other research. Thank you.
Added by lgk on Jan 19, 2017 12:30 PM
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