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ditdit (#47012745)
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Bio Photo October 2014 :


email notices are intermittent again, so if you have fulfilled a photo request for me and I have not thanked you- that is why.

Please feel free to post a note on my wall that you have fulfilled a request.

Thanks to all who enrich this site with their contributions.

Take care.
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Jo-Ann Croft
other Starkweather stones
Do you want me to transfer the newly entered stones to you?
Added by Jo-Ann Croft on Oct 30, 2014 8:37 AM
Mayflower Pilgrim 332
Shirley May Souza Reine
Thanks for beautiful photo on above site. Is this still a cold case?
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Oct 29, 2014 4:43 PM
Scott McKinzie
RE: photo requests
When there is a plot and no stone, I do take a photo. Unfortunately, Pacheco Cemetery is in such poor condition that there is no visible plot for the girls' burial site. Section A is now an expanse of land with only a few markers. The grass is brown (due to the California drought), and there are no trees or paths.

I tried to describe the general area where they are buried in my caption, and this was based on the map I viewed in the office and the scant markers that are present. Almost all of those markers, and I am guessing that there are about 25 in an area the size of a football field, were placed within the past 12 years.

I am sorry to have to report to you the sad state of affairs at Pacheco.

Scott
Added by Scott McKinzie on Oct 24, 2014 4:23 PM
Mark R
84038193 John I Coddington
Just found the NY 1915 census. John I Coddington is living with Clarence and Elizabeth in NYC and listed as Clarence's brother. THanks
Added by Mark R on Oct 24, 2014 10:01 AM
Mark R
84038193 John I Coddington
Sorry, I should have explained my suggestion to change the parents listed for John I Coddington before submitting the request. On Ancestry, there are more than 10 family trees that show his parents as Andrew Comstock and Elizabeth Magevney Coddington. All show Clarence as his brother. In the 1910 Census, Clarence and Elizabeth Coddington are living in LA and shown as married one year in their first marriage. It lists them as having one child and Clifford is listed as 4 months old. In 1920, John I is living with them but not listed as their son. Thanks, Mark
Added by Mark R on Oct 24, 2014 9:00 AM
Elaine (Moody) Root
Ebenezer Crane & Mary Baxter Spear
We have made duplicate Find-a-Grave people. By the numbers I would think yours came before mine. If you want to take a look at mine and add it to yours that is fine with me, just let me know when you are done and I will delete mine.
Ebenezer #77722274 yours #87524917 mine.
Mary Baxter Spear #77722305 yours, #87524760 mine.
Thanks, Elaine Root
eroot@cox.net
Added by Elaine (Moody) Root on Oct 21, 2014 8:44 AM
Stacey Ness
Ellen Lautenbach
I just wanted to leave you a note that I am keeping an eye out for Ellen. It's such a huge graveyard with 21,000 burials. When I was there yesterday, it surprised me that they were looking for a burial plot record in several binders instead of on the computer. Time for an update, I think.
Added by Stacey Ness on Oct 19, 2014 3:15 PM
BobBoston
RE: John M Kelley
You are very welcome. I also appreciate your effort to Celebrate Volunteerism.
Added by BobBoston on Oct 18, 2014 7:16 AM
Alysia
RE: John Doane
Thanks so much for the reply! I will go ahead and create a memorial for little baby John Doane in the Minick Cemetery. I didn't want to create a duplicate for him, but like you said, the stone for him in Massachusetts is most likely a cenotaph. It looks like to get a memorial marked as a cenotaph an email has to be sent to edit@findagrave.com.

I have lived in Troy now for almost eight years now. I really love it here! Thanks again for all your help!
-Alysia
Added by Alysia on Oct 15, 2014 7:36 PM
Alysia
John Doane
I thought this was so neat! We came across a very old slate gravestone for a baby in a cemetery today, in a cemetery in NY. It looks like you have him listed in MA. It is memorial #42547937. I added the photos to your memorial with a little description about the stone. The stone just seems like it doesn't belong in the cemetery it is in. Its all Minick family members. Maybe the Doane's were visiting them when the child died. It was really interesting though.
-Alysia
Added by Alysia on Oct 15, 2014 5:40 PM
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