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John Burbank (#47228685)
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Bio Photo I am a retired American Baptist clergyman having served as pastor of First Baptist, Bristol VT, Assoc. Executive Minister of the VT Baptist State Convention, and pastor of First Baptist, St. Albans VT. I am retired from the U. S. Naval Reserve (Chaplain Corps). Educated at Forestdale Graded School (Brandon VT), Bristol High School-1952 (Bristol VT), Bethel College-1959 and Bethel Theological Seminary-1963 (St. Paul MN).

When I married my wife from Starksboro VT in 1955, I found she was related to most of the early settlers: Bidwell, Brooks, Brown, Clifford, Hanson, Hill, Mason, Smith, Stokes, and Thompson.

My mother was a Dean from Monkton VT so I have many early ancestors in that town: Dean, Follett, French, Smith, and Stilson.

My father's Burbank ancestors came from Chelsea, Sharon and Tunbridge VT and earlier from Millbury and Rowley MA with the many usual collateral lines.
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zoomurray
Richardson memorials in Winthrop Cemetery, Winthrop, MA
Thank you for your edits.
Added by zoomurray on Oct 21, 2017 7:17 AM
Helen Wilson
Nathaniel Burbank
I have made the additions to Nathaniel Burbank's record that you sent to me. Each person's history is so important and moving in its own way. You may want to leave a memorial on Nathaniel's record. Thanks
Added by Helen Wilson on Oct 16, 2017 9:03 AM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Ann Hasseltine Judson
Hi John:
I linked Ann (Hasseltine) Judson's husband
to her memorial because he was lost at sea
and does not have a burial location. He is
also on the cenotaph at Burial Hill, so I
felt it would be o.k. to link him to Ann's
memorial.
If you do not get satisfaction from the
edit you sent to Burma, let me know and
I will link my memorial of Ann to her parent's
cenotaph.
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Oct 16, 2017 7:21 AM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Ann Hasseltine Judson
Hi John:
I do appreciate your edit, however my memorial
is a cenotaph, not the actual burial place of
Ann Judson. I hyperlinked my memorial to Ann's
actual memorial at Kyaikkami cemetery, Moulmein,
Mon State, Myhanmar (Burma).
I do not deny that those are her parents. My
suggestion to you was to have her actual
memorial #56833873 linked to her parents.
If you go to the bottom of my memorial you
will find the hyperlink to Ann's actual burial
place.
Thank you,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Oct 16, 2017 5:11 AM
Velcro
RE: Ebenezer Dearborn
You are very welcome. I try to sponsor all of my direct ancestors, when they are not already being sponsored. It is my way of honoring those who came before us and made us what we are today. Regards, Linne
Added by Velcro on Oct 07, 2017 9:44 PM
Bons
RE: Eugene H Little
You are welcome. Eugene would be great grandfather.
He had 3 sons: Edward, Earl and Everett Labelle Little (1904-1988), my grandfather, born in Waitsfield, VT.
They were of French descent, their name was originally Petit (Mitchel's father was Gabriel Petit).
Although possible, it is very unlikely that Eugene was buried in Mont Royal as this is the Catholic Cemetery. My father agrees that he remembers it being Hawthorne-Dale.
I am from Canada and I really appreciate this site!
Added by Bons on Sep 19, 2017 3:24 PM
Bons
Eugene H Little
Eugene Henry Little Died Dec 12, 1946 in Sacre Coeur Hospital, Montreal and was buried at Hawthorne Dale Cemetery in Montreal.
Added by Bons on Sep 19, 2017 12:06 PM
Sabina
William Burbank
Yes, Norwich...also my brother's alma mater. Thanks.
Added by Sabina on Sep 08, 2017 6:49 PM
Keith Willis
RE: Eliza Orvis
Thank you for the reply. My mother (Ruth H. Willis) and cousin (Brian Provoncha from Middlebury) are here in Melbourne also. We don't have any other pictures of my grandmother quite that far back, although we have many from some years later when she was a nurse in Belgium & France in World War I.
Her husband was English - from Shoreham by the Sea (near Brighton) and the Hogbins are recorded as being bakers there and in Dover from the late 1600s. I am told the Orvises were Quaker farmers who owned land around Bristol & Starksboro....

KTW
Added by Keith Willis on Sep 01, 2017 1:32 PM
Keith Willis
Eliza Orvis
Hello

I am Keith Willis in Melbourne FL.
I see you posted a picture of my grandmother on the Cemetery website. I have never seen this one and was wondering how you came by it....

I am 67 and am from the Arlington VT area originally. I have many family members in Bristol, and Monkton on my mother's side....

The private e-mail address thru wcvt.com wouldn't come up.

Thank you

Keith Willis
Added by Keith Willis on Sep 01, 2017 8:27 AM
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