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Hello,my name is Susan. I am a former teacher, mother of 4 and Nana to 10 beautiful grandchildren. I have always been passionate about my faith,family,animals, history and genealogy. A New Englander by birth, I now reside on the Maine coast. My wonderful husband was a career AIR FORCE man and we traveled much of the world. I LOVE America and have the deepest respect and honor for our men and women who serve our country, both now and in days long ago. As a Christian, I KNOW that death is not the end...but a beginning for those who have loved The Lord. I thank you in advance for visiting my loved ones, I truly appreciate your visits.|
PLEASE stop by my Virtual Cemetery; "Celia's Precious Girls." These three beautiful little girls were killed in a car crash. You will fall in love with them as I have.
♥Please stop by and flower, AILI SYLA FRANTILA, #5108280, a precious 3 year old girl♥♥♥ Aili is in my "Beautiful Souls" virtual cemetery
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|rick pickwick||RE: cyrus c clifford|
thankyou for the flowering. it is appreciated.
|rick pickwick||cyrus c clifford|
Hi was curious if you are related to Cyrus C Clifford. You had posted flowers and if you are related I would enjoy chatting. He is my 3rd great grandfather.
|Restinpeace||RE: Laurie Hanks|
Your very welcome. Have a great week!
Oops - thanks for catching my mistake!
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|Valenciaღ Asiaღ Angel of Mine💕||Dearest Susan,|
Thank you kindly for remembrance of my sister, Margaret and her fiancé Dwayne for their Heavenly Birthday, much appreciated
|ANNA~💙||RE: Zoe and Bandit¢¾|
Hi Susan, thank you so much for the beautiful picture of Zoe & Bandit! They are so adorable, they have absolutely stolen my heart!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend my friend. Blessings to you and your family!
Added by ANNA~💙 on Aug 19, 2016 7:39 PM
Hi, Susan, and thanks for your request. I will transfer them to you.
Redfield and much of the surrounding area abounds with my husband's family, and he was related to virtually everyone in the Redfield Cemetery. That is also where his ashes rest. The living family members, including his son, all follow the research he and his mom and aunt did, and which I continue. The memorials to be transferred are related through a 3rd great-aunt so are closer to your husband.
Are you familiar with the Redfield area? I am hoping to squeeze in another trip there before the weather cools down. I can see why people who settled there have generations of descendants who still live there.
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|ChristopherC||RE: Edward's pages|
Thanks! -- I know the Newcastle Historical Soc. folks had a document on Edward but the link no longer works... one way or another I'll reach them; I'll let you know what I find.
Since my great-grandfather was apparently somewhere on that same battlefield with a RI artillery unit, and since I can't figure out how on earth he met (and married) Edward's niece -- an old-line Providence Quaker marrying the daughter of a French immigrant shoemaker from Newcastle -- it is very tempting to imagine some scenario by which Charles Dyer encounters a wounded Edward, and there's a classic "Please tell my family..." exchange. That's one way, at least, that a Dyer and a Gazet sister's daughter _might_ have come into contact.
Of course the truth may be simpler and less romantic... but I love the imaginary storyline...
I'm new to the findagrave system -- you've been so attentive to Edward and left so many nice notes and pictures that I assumed you were sponsoring him.
Clicking directly on the soldier photo you apparently added (not sure if that's Edward, or just a generic Civil War soldier pic), I get the photo with this caption:
Edward K. Gazet,b. May 13,1839, Newcastle,Maine to Joseph & Mary (Brookings) Gazet. Ed was the youngest of eight children. He was wounded at the Battle of Williamsburg on May 5,1862 and died ten days later. Ed served with the 11th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment,Co.A. Edward wrote many letters & poetry some of which still survive today and are complied in a book about him.
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That's why I hoped you knew where to find the book.
I'm also trying to reach the Newcastle, ME, Historical Society to see if they can help (the Gazet family lived in Newcastle around 1850-1860).
Thanks for any information you are able to add.
|ChristopherC||Edward Kavanagh Gazet|
I'm a great-great-great nephew of Edward Kavanagh Gazet and I appreciate your sponsoring his page on findagrave.
Your note mentions a book that was compiled of his poetry and letters -- can you tell me how to find a copy? I'd love to see it.
BTW when using FamilySearch to find information about him, for some reason the year of his death came up as 1882 rather than 1862, so at first (because I'd specified 1862) I couldn't locate the findagrave record. Can that be corrected -- so others can find his information more easily?
Thanks for looking after Edward.
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