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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Tombstone Tuesday -- Newhall of Malden, Massachusetts


Lieu. Thomas Newhall
Born: November 1653
Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts

Died: July 13, 1728
Malden, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts

His wife,
Rebeckah Greene Newhall
Rebeckah Green
Born: About 1653
Malden, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts

Died: 25 May 1726
Malden, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts


They are my 7th great-grandparents.

The Newhall's buried side by side.
Bell Rock Cemetery, Malden, Massachusetts
Above are the foot stones for Thomas and Rebeckah.

4 comments:

Marian Pierre-Louis said...

I saw Newhalls this week. I can't remember if it was in Marblehead or Littleton. I can check if you like. Those stones in Malden are gorgeous. I also have to get back and check those Marblehead names you gave me earlier. I definitely saw plenty of Cresseys. I've been a bit distracted by Thanksgiving I guess. Ah, Friday will be a wonderful day for relaxing and doing genealogy!

Barbara Poole said...

Thanks Marian. I didn't realize how lovely the stone carving was until I posted it online. No rush about the photos you took, whenever is fine with me. I wonder if we are ever going to find a common ancestor.

SaraG said...

Hi cousin! These two are also my 7th great-grandparents (I think). Thanks for your posting, the photographs are beautiful!

Barbara Poole said...

Sara G, thanks for writing and letting me know this. As a result, I'll be posting the ancestry of my Newhall line next week. Do write, if you want to compare notes.