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Team White Sage (#47147473)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in the Newfound area, I call Bristol, NH my hometown. I got interested in family history after the death of my father (miss you, Dad!) and embarked on my own ancestral journey at that point. It is a passion/addiction? I do not deny! It's fun, it's interesting and you just never know where it will take you.
We burn White Sage periodically to cleanse all energies, restore balance and offer up prayers to our Great Lord and Spirit. Every cemetery we visit is entered with honor, respect and peace.

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Mayflower Pilgrim 332
Mark & Abigail Bernard Ambrose Baker
Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the above sites. I appreciate your time in honoring my photo request, visiting the gravesite and adding these beautiful photos. Have a wonderful Labor Day, Richard
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Sep 04, 2015 8:18 AM
Mayflower Pilgrim 332
Albert Baker #60108613
Friends, I have put in a photo request for the parents of Albert Baker who were Mark & Abigail Baker. His parents are buried in the same plot where Albert is at in Park Cemetery, Tilton, NH. If you are ever in this area again, please photograph his parents inscription on the large tombstone in this plot. I know Mark & Abigail Baker are in Park cemetery with Albert thru the writings of Mary Baker Eddy. Thanks for any help & your work in find a grave. Richard
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Aug 26, 2015 7:25 AM
Mayflower Pilgrim 332
Albert Baker Memorial
Thanks so much for the transfer of the above memorial. I have started to add more information. I am finding alot more than I thought I had. I know I had a photo of Albert also. Richard
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Aug 11, 2015 12:01 PM
jjencks
Cate's
Thanks for taking the photo's of the Cate family. By the picture, it looks like there are other family's buried in that cemetery. Did you happen to photograph them too? If so, would you be willing to upload them to Find A Grave so that this cemetery can be done.
Thanks so much!
Jen
Added by jjencks on Jul 07, 2015 10:22 AM
Kathy
RE: Maj. Chase Taylor #674330792
I have a suggestion for you. I got this from another F.A.G. volunteer. Check with the office & see if you can use chalk on the stone. Sometimes it brings out the inscrtiption. I don't realy know if a color doesn't matter. She used blue chalk on very dark stone & it worked enough to make most of it out. I thought it was a good suggession so I'm passing it on. Any Rain or water will wash it off. Thanks for going the extra mile. I appreciate your efforts to help us out who can't travel that far anymore. Have a great week, & a safe & enjoyable 4th of July. Take care & God bless.
Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jul 02, 2015 6:55 AM
Kathy
RE: Maj. Chase Taylor #674330792
Thank You!
Added by Kathy on Jul 01, 2015 2:29 PM
Annamarie Bailey
RE: Laughy's Jr and Sr
Thank you so much! I have a lot of very fond memories of my Uncle Buster, He was one of my favorite uncles and I am honored to care for his memorial.

I am in Groveton NH and if I can help you in any of your searches in any way please do not hesitate to ask!

Ann
Added by Annamarie Bailey on Jul 01, 2015 10:51 AM
Annamarie Bailey
Re: Delacie O Laughy Jr.
Hi I just want to thank you for listing my uncle's memorial. Delacie was known as Buster by everyone who knew and loved him. I now manage the memorial of his wife Pauline Elizabeth Colby. Pauline divorced Buster and married Walter Nudd. She remained married to Walter, who is alive and well and living in Sanbornton, until her death after a lengthy battle with cancer. Pauline is buried in the Nudd Burial Ground in Sanbornton where at this time the only person buried.

If there is no closer relative who would like to manage his memorial or those of his family members in your care I would love to have them transferred to my care. My Find A Grave# is 48770243 .
Added by Annamarie Bailey on Jun 24, 2015 5:53 PM
Kathy
RE: Maj. Chase Taylor #674330792
Thanks Karey!

If there is a record of the inscription it should be noted on the memorial. I have been suggesting it to anyone who photos a very old marker in bad shape & is hard to read. Someone actualy there viewing the stone, would be the best person to copy the inscription & pass it on so it isn't completely lost to time. Thank you again for answering. Have a safe & enjoyable weekend coming up. Take care & God bless.
Kathy

Added by Kathy on Jun 19, 2015 10:38 AM
Kathy
Maj. Chase Taylor #674330792
Hi! Team White Sage,
I have the pesky Genealogy Virus also, can't seem to shake it (smile). Thank you for posting the photo. You posted it back in May 2011. I can not make out the inscription. Do you happen(I'm hoping)to have a transcription of the inscription on this marker? I'd like to make a helpful suggestion. I have found that with the bad condition of some markers. It would be prudent of those taking the photos to make a note on as much of the trnasciption on the marker as possible & post it to the photo or memorial. That way it is preserved one one way or another. The photo posted in 2013 is totally unreadable. I also request, if there is no marker or it's unreadable, a location of the grave. What Section, Lot, Block, Row, Grave or Space numbers. It is one way to at least document the burial. Thank you for your time and any assistance your able to help with. Have a safe & enjoyable week. Take care & God bless.
Rod & Kathy in WA State
navycorpsman4thclass@gmail.com
Added by Kathy on Jun 17, 2015 6:56 AM
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