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Susan Stott (#47256216)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 14 days
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Bio Photo My participation with Find a Grave is focused on contributing well researched information to the memorials and linking the generations together. I have found some real treasures on Find a Grave that have contributed the missing links in my family history research. Thank you to all who have contributed these clues in my family history treasure hunt, and to the many photo volunteers whose work supports my goal for accuracy.
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Bentons in CT
I added your research proof of their deaths to the 3 memorial pages. Thanks so much for taking the time to send is a great addition.

Added by Sara on Feb 08, 2017 8:56 AM
RE: Prudence Benton Hatch Memorial
Hi again, Well this has been fun. Looking back over old sources and comparing them to what's available today without making any assumptions! Prudence, widow of James Knowles and wife of Lt. Daniel Foote, seems to be the daughter of Caleb Benton of Hartford, Connecticut. The telling part is that she was from Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, not from Tolland County, as is "your" Prudence. The Bentons descend from an uncle and son who came from Essex, England, and settled in Connecticut; hence the DNA match. There is quite a bit of published material on them. Thanks so much for helping get Prudence Benton Foote to her rightful family. Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Feb 07, 2017 4:15 PM
RE: Prudence Benton Hatch Memorial
Thanks so much for looking into this. I worked on this Benton - Foote line quite a few years ago before so much new primary information came on-line. I am looking at my DNA matches on Ancestry and was "linked" to Timothy Benton and Abigail Scott through daughters Prudence and Mehitable Benton. However, if John Benton is a close relative that would match me also. I will work on this and send you my conclusions along with the sources. Off to the chase again! All my best, Suzanne
Added by Suzanne on Feb 07, 2017 8:27 AM
6 grammy
John H Chenoweth
I found John's stone on the south end of the row with his family. I was able to identify it when I used chalk, but it is not in good shape and very hard to read. I still have not found Morton and there are no more stones in the row. It is possible that the stone was broken and placed somewhere else, but I have not found it near the others.
Added by 6 grammy on Nov 02, 2016 12:38 PM
6 grammy
RE: Chenoweth photos and info
I am posting the other Chenoweth pictures as I find them. Found Lena yesterday. The cemetery record book is not complete, but we are working on it.
Added by 6 grammy on Oct 24, 2016 3:47 PM
RE: Jose Agramonte
Anytime :D
Added by Deathbecomezher on Oct 21, 2016 6:30 PM
Jose Hm Agramonte
I gave over the ownership to you, I no longer can edit the memorial

Just wanted to let you know
Added by Deathbecomezher on Oct 21, 2016 6:29 PM
6 grammy
Chenoweth graves in Walnut Prairie Cemetery
I took two of the pictures that you requested and added some others that were in the same lot. The lots here consist in a single row of graves. There was a stone at the south end of the row that I can not read. There are supposed to be other Chenoweths in the 1st addition of the cemetery. I will try to find them, but have no idea where they are. Lewis was the only one identified in the records that I was given. Luckily, some of the other family members were with him. I am trying to update the records as I take pictures. Did you know that M R moved to Marshall, IL and the large house that he lived in there is still standing?
Added by 6 grammy on Oct 21, 2016 6:15 AM
RE: Isabella and James Service marker photos
Dear Susan,
It is my pleasure to help out. I'd like you to know this is a very beautiful cemetery - right now it looks like the cover of Yankee Magazine with the trees turning color. My dad and his family are buried here. It's the kind of place you can mourn in private, leave a bird feeder or pinwheel for your lost loved one, or take a nice morning walk. The office people are also great. I've heard that all the people who work there have people in the cemetery.

Best to you.
Added by SheWolf on Oct 11, 2016 2:44 PM
Linda Jenkins Werts
RE: Ida Davis
You didn't miss her, I hadn't gotten to her in my 'photos to post' list. Thanks for the reminder!
Added by Linda Jenkins Werts on Oct 01, 2016 8:38 PM
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