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|David Edsall||Asa Fuller|
Thank you, Cathy, for sending his obit. It was indeed very interesting. I was able to add a bit more to fill out his memorial. All the best, David
|vzmuda||William B Ellsworth|
I noticed you maintain some data on the Ellsworth family. I have been trying to do some searches on my grandfather's family - he was John C Ellsworth - b. 1913. His parent's were John Ellsworth and Annie (or Anna) Krum. His paternal grandparents were William B Ellsworth and Blandina Ellsworth.
I am wondering if you are related to the Ellsworth's?
Please let me know. If you are, I am hoping you might be willing to share some information.
Added by vzmuda on Jan 24, 2017 6:06 PM
|SDHodges||Correction for John Erikson: Mt. Ascutney|
Thank you for posting this. It's our family plot and holds great significance to me.
I wanted to ask that you correct the type on the death date for John Erikson, born 1861, buried in Mt. Ascutney. This is my great-grandfather and the date on the stone is correct: August 6, 1944, but somehow, the search text that is entered on Find A Grave says 1964. Would you be able to correct this? He was definitely not 103 when he died. :-) Many thanks! The other information about wife and children is correct.
Added by SDHodges on Jan 22, 2017 9:05 PM
|Beverly Kane||Frank Curtis|
The interment records that I have do not show a burial for Frank. On the other hand these are not the original records which I could not recheck until spring. If you'd like to remind me then, say in May or so. On the other hand if the death certificate says he is buried here it sounds probable. Why not move the memorial to Rhinebeck Cemetery with a note indicating your source material but indicating that there does not seem to be a stone or offical interment record?
|John Ambrose||Find A Grave Memorial# 116553849 Gladys Dudman Skinner|
I am a grandson of Gladys Dudman Skinner, or as the family called her "Nana."
First, I must thank you for all your work on the cemeteries of Windsor. I have many ancestors buried there and may be contacting you again in the future about them.
For now, I would like to add to your listing on my grandmother other information about her, and links to other members of her family.
(Son of her daughter Norma Piper Ambrose)
|Janice Prichard||Catching Up|
It's been a while since you've found another of my confused cemeteries! Hope you are doing well and am very glad you keep me on my toes and set me straight
Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
|Janice Prichard||Dorothy George|
I hate these "married countless times women"!!!!! Her death record is under George, not Kinson. I will delete her memorial I did under George. There should be a notation within the bio that her death record can be found under George, not Kinson. Stones are set with the name at the time of the death of the spouse and then they get married again and now the records don't match the gravestone!
|GR2016||Dr. Marion Horton|
Hello, I am reaching out to you about a Dr. Marion Horton. I am compiling information on Vermont suffragists and any additional information you have on Dr. Horton and how you came by the existing information would be deeply appreciated. Thank you.
Added by GR2016 on Dec 06, 2016 5:17 AM
|sophie||RE: Erroll Rice|
If you notice the dates on the Erroll Rice Mine was added before the other I was added on the 27th the other was the 29 th ..Hope this answeres your Question as I was very close to the family.
Added by sophie on Nov 28, 2016 6:30 AM
|Carl Nord||Malin Smith 169122815|
Malin was born in Uppsala Domkyrkoförsamling, Uppsala, Sweden and died 7 AUG 1962 in Marshfield, Mass.
Her parents are 172982388 (mother) and 172981860 (father).
My mother (Rodney and Malins niece) thought Rodney, who was cremated was probably scattered in the ocean off their house in Marshfield Mass.
I would be happy to manage the grave if you wish
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