|David Edsall (#46906546)|
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My ancestors settled in Bergen and Sussex counties, New Jersey, in the 17th and 18th centuries, where some descendants have remained to the present day. I grew up in Cambridge and Dedham, MA with one foot in Vermont. Until recently I lived in Amherst, MA, where my graving was concentrated in Hampshire and Franklin counties in the Connecticut river valley. I have recently moved to Woodstock, VT, with part of the summers in Greensboro, VT, so my graving will now be concentrated in Windsor, Orleans and Caledonia counties.|
I only create relationship links when there is clear evidence of a relationship, such as an inscription or other available information. Once bitten, twice shy. So, help me bring family members together if you can.
I welcome your corrections, as well as any additional information you can provide - but, PLEASE, I MUST INSIST THAT YOU INDICATE YOUR SOURCE, OR IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED - NO EXCEPTIONS. After all, the memorial goes out over my name!
I am happy to transfer memorials if you are related. You are welcome to use any of my photos - I'd appreciate a credit. Thank you.
You are welcome to use any of my photos, and please add an appropriate credit.
Family names of interest to me: Edsall, Tileston, Dunham, Cranford, Barton, DeKay, Foote, Lawrence, Linn, Morse, Noyes, Seeley, Tiffany, Woodhull.
I've used Find-a-Grave extensively in my own researches around the country, and benefitted greatly from it. My contributions to the website are a way of saying thank you.
I have concentrated on the following cemeteries, working systematically:
Holy Rosary (Hadley, MA)
Plainville (Hadley, MA)
Russellville (No. Hadley, MA)
Batchelder Road (Stannard, VT)
East Craftsbury (E. Craftsbury, VT)
Felchville (Reading, VT)
Gill (Hartland, VT)
Greensboro Village (Greensboro, VT)
Hardwick Center (Hardwick, VT)
Lincoln Noyes (Greensboro, VT)
Maple Street (Hardwick, VT)
Methodist (Barnard, VT)
Mitchell (Greensboro, VT)
Pinehurst (So. Ryegate, VT)
Prosper (Woodstock, VT)
Randall (Woodstock, VT)
River Street (Woodstock, VT)
St. John of the Cross (Albany, VT)
South Albany (So. Albany, VT)
Taftsville Burying Ground (Taftsville, VT)
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Anne Shurtleff ..., Anonymous, Barb Destromp, Bill DeFlorio, Bonnie (Shover)..., Charles A. Lewi..., Claudia G., Daystcat, DSpooner, J. Kelsey Jones, Janet Muff, Jen Snoots, KChaffeeB, Kevin Avery, Lynn J. Gauthie..., mariolina, P.K. Magruder, PhineasMagoon, Rich H., Russ Pickett, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for David Edsall (405)||[Leave Message]|
|P. Jones||Swett photos|
Thank you, so much for the 3 photos of the Swett family. I live far away and it is always so nice to be able to see the graves. I'm hoping to get up there and be able to see them in person, in the mean time I truly appreciate the time and effort it takes to get the photos taken. Thank you.
Added by P. Jones on Feb 10, 2017 12:51 PM
|George Harger||Dora Harger|
Thank you for the transfer. I have transferred the info that was in the duplicate. I will be getting more info from her son.
|Keeper of the Stars||RE: Charles W. Chase|
Than you,David,for bringing that to my attention.It seems my Charles W. Chase was indeed in Florida. Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave. Sincerely, Susan
|Bonnie (Shover) Miley||RE: Hilda Cameron|
Thank you for the transfer of SHOVER family members, it is truly appreciated. God Bless.
|Anonymous||RE: Kate (Martin) Dunham|
Thank you so much! I appreciate the transfer and the tips. I'll take good care of her.
|GENEALOGYLOVE||RE: Susanna Stevens (Greensboro, VT)|
Thank you for your work and accepting the information with appreciation, sincerely.
|Mary Lou Hanson||O. Eugene Toler|
Thank you for the contribution of the photo to his memorial.
|Lynn J. Gauthier||Bonnie Guyett-FAG memorial|
Thanks for the information - her Find A Grave page has been updated.
|DKMac||RE: Eliza Cram memorial 112226428|
Thanks, Yes too many of them died a long ways from home. A couple of my lines lost several sons per family and New England was a long way from mid eastern/Appalachia country; especially when one umpteenth gr grandmother wrote that those 'southerners' referring to New Yorkers ate funny things.
Added by DKMac on Dec 04, 2016 7:32 PM
|DKMac||RE: Eliza Cram memorial 112226428|
Thanks for doing the memorial David. I like the bio. It's always nice to find some history about a person besides name and dates. I think you mean 1864 rather than 1964 however (which was a very good year - I graduated from HS :) ).
Added by DKMac on Dec 04, 2016 6:54 PM
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