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|Abe Sibley (#46936599)|
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I have always been interested in my family history. |
In the 1820's my ancestors moved to the Passadumkeag River region in Penobscot County, Maine and lived there for the next 130 years. My research have centered on the towns of Grand Falls, Burlington, Lowell, Enfield and Passadumkeag.
Lots of my ancestors are buried in Mount Repose Cemetery in Burlington, Maine.
It is OK to use any of my headstone pictures with credit.
The following cemeteries I have done complete with photo's. Of cause it is easy to miss some.
Mount Repose Cemetery, Burlington, Maine 2007 and 2016
West End Cemetery, Lowell, Maine 2007 and 2015
Ridge Cemetery (Dodlin), Enfield, Maine 2008
South Lincoln Cemetery (Mohawk), Lincoln, Maine 2008
Bryant Ridge Cemetery (Turner), Burlington, Maine 2010
Page Cemetery, Burlington, Maine 2010
Benson Family Cemetery, Grand Falls, Maine 2011
Enfield Village Cemetery, Enfield, Maine 2012
Weld Cemetery (Welles)(Dennis), Greenbush, Maine 2013
Town Line Cemetery, Enfield, Maine 2013
Goulds Ridge Cemetery (Sunny Slope), Passadumkeag, Maine 2013
Greenbush Cemetery, Greenbush, Maine 2013
Merrill Cemetery, Greenbush, Maine 2013
Scotts Corner Cemetery, Greenbush, Maine 2013
Lincoln Cemetery (West Broadway and Park Street), Lincoln, Maine 2014 and 2015.
Obituaries just say Lincoln Cemetery for these two cemeteries. Park Street Cemetery is the newer section and most of the new burials are happening there.
North Lincoln Cemetery (Lincoln Center), Lincoln, Maine, 2015
West Enfield Cemetery (Saint Matthew), Enfield, Maine 2015
Howland Cemetery, Howland, Maine 2016
Milford Cemetery, Milford, Maine 2016
Edinburg Cemetery, Edinburg, Maine 2017
South Winn Cemetery, Winn, Maine 2017
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Are u related to the Ewing's?
|Peggy Ruddy||Wrong year of death|
Abe Sibley....Many thanks for your postings....However, I noted that you have the date of death for my Grandpa...Walter H. White as 1898 when it is actually 1896....and is also on the tombstone as well as 1896. Many thanks, Peggy
thanks for all the help correcting dates and other info. For a long time there were some people who were sending me bogus edits in all the Maine cemeteries. I don't know why, maybe becasue they wanted to enter memorials for these cemeteries and wanted to discount my info? No clue. I'm much more careful now and ask for sources.
|Ms Witch||The David Page of Seven Lots|
Your children are in error for Col. David Page (of 7 Lots, North Conway, Fryeburg) and have caused much confusion. If you go to the NH State VRs, you can pull the correct info. Fryeburg was NH at the time. David and Betsey had no children. Ruth is the mother of all of Col. David's children. There are five (5) David Page's during the revolutionary period. Can you pull down your mis-information?
I am a direct descendant - also you can read Rebecca Perley Reed's "Story of Our Forebears"; she sorts it out clearly. I have the evidence separating the 5 David's and I will share after I publish.
Added by Ms Witch on Jul 02, 2017 3:50 PM
|Martha Highley||Maurice Daniel Springer|
Abe thank you so much for the photo!
|Michelle Wood||Goulds Ridge Cemetery|
I notice you have photographed a lot of Goulds Ridge Cemetery. I am researching the Carroll family and was wondering if it would be okay to use your photos in my family tree?
|Judy Wilson||Dorothea Pickering|
This looks like a duplicate entry for her. 67819265 entry dated 2011.
May I inquire as to your relationship with Manoah Hurd? I know you said the photo of him was found in your great uncle Tom's belongings, but I am not sure who your Grandfather was (1st or 2nd?). Manoah is my 2nd Great Grandfather, his son, Robert James being my Great Grandfather and his son, Robert Leonard being my Grandfather. I have seen different lists of Manoah and Louisa's children, I think 6 being the most that were listed, but with a note that they ended up with 9, if my memory serves me correctly. I also thought them to be too old to have had my Great Grandfather, but I have seen the birth records from Massachusetts and it is them - same places of birth, names, everything matches.
|wheatontedbear||RE: Paul and Vera Ambrose|
Thank You Very much for finding and transferring Mark's memorial to me. It means a lot to me, I have been tracing my family for many years and Mark has long been a mystery that I have been trying to gather further information on. My great grandmother and Paul's grandfather were siblings. So far I have traced several branches of my family and have even been in contact with close relatives of Paul, Vera and Mark. Thanks again, you are very generous and helpful.
|wheatontedbear||Paul and Vera Ambrose|
Hi, Thank You very much for the pictures of the headstones. I live in Southern New Hampshire and have not yet had the time to make it up there and take the pictures myself. It is a huge relief to know that someone more local than myself was able to get the picture. I was wondering if there were any other Ambroses in the area of Vera and Paul. From my understanding they lost a child that could have been buried in that area. Thanks again for all your hard work.
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