|Barbara Lea (#47213935)|
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I have been interested in genealogy for most of my life – thanks to my Aunt Iola who wrote and contributed to a number of family histories. Lewis and I have always taken pictures of grave markers as a means of documenting our families. Last year this interest took us to Hants County, Nova Scotia. I have been posting the cemetery pictures we took on Ancestry and received a note suggesting I post my pictures on Find A Grave – and here I am!|
I would be happy to transfer any memorial page that I created to anyone who is closer to the person honored than I am. I welcome corrections and am happy to make additions.
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|genisearch||RE: John Riggs|
Yes, you may send it to me. I would be happy to take a look before you repost. Are you descended from John Riggs?
I have no information on Wade Taylor but, could do some research to see if there is a connection. Sarah's first husband was George Vickery and their child, Georgia, was born after George died but, as far as I know, she still carried the name of Vickery. I have not yet found his cause of death. Some story out there about him being killed in a stage coach accident or Indian attack. We may never know the facts on that one ;). Thank you for you help in making this memorial factual.
May I transfer John Riggs (memorial # 113272745) to you? I did some editing as per your information. Is "Wade" Taylor part of the wagon train fantasy? You refer to Sarah's first daughter as Georgia "Vickery."
When I searched for Melvin "Montey", Find A Grave could not find him. Because he did not adopt the Army spelling of his name, I believe it should not be used for his memorial. As his name appears, I would expect Monty to be his nickname.
Thank you for creating the memorial!
But it appears when he moved to Michigan he did adopt that spelling; his second wife's memorial also has the last name spelled Montey - see #127335181. We have removed the 'nickname' spelling of his name.
Added by drbuck on Apr 13, 2017 5:30 PM
|Shirley M. Larsen||Madeline Winifred Olive Harvie|
Ref.88614827 Madeline Winifred Olive Harvie (Newport Landing Cemetery) She was born Aug. 24, 1930. (not 1904) died Aug. 9, 1933.
Her brother Munro Dexter Harvie (born Sept. 28, 1931) died Aug. 9, 1933 is also buried in the same cemetery. Cause of death for both was accidental drowning.
|Sonya (MacKillop Woolaver) Moxsom||#129811887 Seymour Douglas Walsh|
You might like to revisit this posting. Seymour is buried in the Lr. Horton Cemetery in Grand Pre. I posted a photo of the headstone for he & his wife Clara Belle King. Clara Belle was born April 18, 1891 in Avonport and passed June 18, 1934 in Avonport from a Postpartum Hemorrhage. Please feel free to use this information and photo to make a correction.
|Gary & Bobbie Biermann||Mary E. McClure death date|
We just uploaded a picture of her stone in the Cutler Cemetery and noticed a difference in the date. Thought you might like to know.
Thank you for the additional transfers.
Robert Taylor was my great great grandfather. He had a shoe factory st Duke and Brunswick St. I think he also had a company called Taylor-Redden shoes on Barrington and Sackville streets. I was wondering if these buildings, or perhaps the facades, still remain and if there is some kind of plaque.
Added by Jeffrey on Nov 01, 2016 3:39 PM
|J A||Bertha Jordan|
Thanks for the heads up
Added by J A on Oct 27, 2016 4:43 PM
|Barrie Wile||Wile Family|
Thank you for the transfers of my family.
|Barrie Wile||Waterville Cemetery|
A little more of Hants Co. geography. Waterville was the area now known as Upper & Lower Vaughan.
There is no Waterville Cemetery as such. The people you have in Waterville Cemetery are actually in Lakeview Baptist Cemetery. In the former area of Waterville there are 3 Cemeteries. Also I would take the Wile memorials if you want to transfer them
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