I found this in an envelope with family birth certificates, death certificates and military records.
I find it interesting as this is an entirely new name.
I really have no idea who this guy is or why my family would have kept a record of his grave.
The way the notes are worded makes it sound to me like the guy was still alive when these where written.
"Michael Comer OWNS one grave" not 'owned' or 'presently resides in'.
Why would he need a document to prove this (was he using it as colateral for another purchace?) and if these are a real documents, why do they look more like casual notes than an official proof of purchace?
I looked up North Cambridge Cemetary and with the plot directions so clearly noted, it should be an easy enough grave to find.
I may even head over there today, I really would love to see if there is a stone on that grave and what other info that stone might have carved into it.
Running on the ragged edge of posting a truely tasteless joke,
my first thought on reading these notes was,
"The plot thickens...."
I'll post more as I make inquiries.
Have I mentioned lately how much I love this geneology stuff?