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Re: John C. Prout living in Hinesurg, VT in 1850
Posted by: Anne Lalime (ID *****1148) Date: August 02, 2006 at 20:41:12
In Reply to: John C. Prout living in Hinesurg, VT in 1850 by Marlene Domstead of 765

I tried to respond to your request in the Northland Journal but received an immediate reply that you address was not valid.
Did you ever get a response to your request in the June 2006 issue? When visiting my grandfather's grave in North Troy, there was a Stephen Place but I think the date was 1850 and the spouse was not the one you mentioned. Also, a few years ago, I was looking for a stone on some families including Place that I found in an old cemetery in Jay but don't remember which ones. I am breaking in a new computer and a lot of the old genealogy email requests are supposedly on a backup CD but I have yet to find them. Sisco is a fairly common name in the Troy cemetery I believe, think also Jay but not sure. Judd is a big farm on the road from Newport Town to North Troy, people of Indian descent I believe. I don't know the Camber. These towns seem to have pretty good records. Newport charges $2.00 an hour for research but the first 15 minutes is free and I have looked up a few things then; the other towns do not charge by the hour for using their books -- yet.
Also, verified that you were aware of a funeral a couple weeks ago for Genevieve Prouty Gage, possibly the last of the Newport, VT, Proutys.
Anne Lalime

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