|Jim Grasela (#46482783)|
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Jim is a "retired" high school library media specialist. He is a former adjunct associate professor at Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Mass., and a former reference librarian at a law school. Jim has written Lincoln Park Remembered, a history of a local amusement park.|
Jim is also an assistant curator at the Wing Fort House, Sandwich, Massachusetts. The Fort House (1641) has been in the Wing family continuously since 1641.
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|Daystcat||RE: Pvt Benj Franklin Page.|
Thanks so much for the photo and for the confirmation that it is his headstone.
Added by Daystcat on Feb 23, 2014 4:05 PM
|John Vincent "VINCE" Powers||Benjamin Page|
Thank you Sir! JVP, TX
P.S. I'll have to look up your book on Lincoln Park. I went there once as a child when our family was visiting the MA branch of the family.
Added by Lizzy on Feb 09, 2014 1:42 PM
Thank you very much for the photo of the Tripp family stone on my Emma J. (Tripp) Reed.
Much appreciated, as I live across the country from there.
Added by Lizzy on Feb 09, 2014 1:40 PM
|David J. McRae||Neville Grave|
Hi there -
I'm not sure if I ever thanked you for photographing Ida Mae (Neville) Voter's grave and wanted to do. It was very much appreciated.
I was wondering if you could post the two photos you uploaded to Ida's grave to the memorials of those buried with her. I don't want to do it myself because then Find A Grave would credit me for them.
These are the memorials of those buried with Ida:
- Edward D. Provencal (# 123765709)
- Viola L. Neville (# 123765761)
- James R. Neville (# 121836507)
Thanks again for your help.
David J. McRae
|Donald G. Dalrymple||RE: David and Eliz Dalrymple|
Got it OK Jim. Thanks for the info.
|Donald G. Dalrymple||RE:George|
George Stanley Dalrymple, Sr. is my 3rd Cousin (once removed).
Regards, Don Dalrymple
Sounds like a good mystery to solve - determining the relationship to Pacheco.
Added by Mom on Nov 30, 2013 4:59 AM
That is saying it nicely about Pittsfield. I hatsd it there. I always said that it is appropriately named...it is the pitts!
When e moved to Central Mass, I knew that I could go to New Bedford and back much more easily in a day.
Will write more later...getting ready to go out.
Added by Karen on Nov 20, 2013 10:28 AM
|Karen||Sikva Pic / Karen|
It really is a small world!
Actually, I am Karen Fay. I believe that we had the same homeroom for a couple of years.
I am in Central Mass because of my husband's job. We got here via Buzzards Bay, then Pittsfield. These moves were for my husband's job, also. After living in Pittsfield, living in Central Mass is pretty good.....of course, not as good as being in the NB area. NB will always be home to me.
Do you ever go to the reunions or the get togethers that are held twice a year? There was a get together last Saturday night. It's a nice way to reconnect with people in a smaller crowd.
So, how has life been for you?
Added by Karen on Nov 20, 2013 8:17 AM
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