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At a cemetery, lives are commemorated, deaths are recorded, families are reunited, memories are made tangible and love is undisguised. Communities accord respect, families bestow reverence, historians seek information and our heritage is thereby enriched. |
Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are carved in stone to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life - not death - of a loved one. The cemetery is homeland for family memorials that are a sustaining source of comfort to the living. A cemetery is a history of people; a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today.
A cemetery exists because every life is worth remembering - always.
~ ڿڰۣಌ ~ ڿڰۣಌ ~ ڿڰۣಌ ~ ڿڰۣಌ ~ ڿڰۣಌ ~ ڿڰۣ~
Transfers: I will gladly transfer a Memorial to you unless it is my direct relative.
If you find I have made an error on one of my memorials, please send me a SAC (Suggest A Correction) under the "Edit" tab and I will make the correction when time permits.
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|William Sweeney||Joe Cennarazzo|
I just wanted to let you know I added grave photos to your posting of Joe Cennarazzo.
|salemsilver||Annie Laura Gough|
Her father is unknown. Elizabeth frost married Joseph Gough, had two boys and he abandoned them. This was in Nova Scotia. She farmed the boys out and moved to Eastport, ME. She got pregnant and as soon as Annie was born she was given to Charles Bogart and family to raise as their own. Elizabeth Frost headed west for a new live. I did find her in a census in Boston, MA in 1865 working as a servant. She never appeared in another census record in New England.
|salemsilver||Annie Laura Gough West|
This is my great grandmother and her death certificate doesn't quite tell the truth. She had asthma and the only treatment at that time was morphine. She actually died of an overdose. When she died she was divorced from Elijah Maxwell West.
|suzanne lawrence||Rev Fr.Egan|
I see you have left flowers on the virtual grave for Fr.Egan in Clostoken Loughrea. Have you any photos or more information on him?
|Robin Parker||John J Leonard|
please use the edit feature to add/change most of the information you are requesting
Hi FullofBlarney I am Jons cousin ..I know for findagrave I am not considered immediate family. He and I share the same grandparents, I would love to be able to maintain his page if you would allow me. My findagrave id is #46918700. If not I understand. Thank you
|Soaring Spirit||RE: Wallace Lindsay|
OhI am a member I shall have to see if I can locate it ...Thank you so much for the info It is greatly appreciated :]
Thank you for the additional information on Ruth (Greenway) Glidden, and her son Steven. It is nice that people share information that they may have in addition to photographs, thank you for taking that extra effort - it is appreciated. - Ron Glidden
Added by RCG on Jul 18, 2011 5:42 PM
|PupDawg||RE: Helen Bergin|
I will be sure to keep checking on the marker when I visit Calvary now that I found the location, and will update you when it is engraved. Will do the same for Capt. Benson, although I do find it strange that he doesn't even have a military marker, and that his mother has been there since 1989 with no marker at all. Thanks!
Added by PupDawg on Jul 17, 2011 9:33 AM
I went to fulfill this request as well. There is no stone, however there were some flags and a Waltham Police emblem marking the grave. I confirmed the location by checking the plot next to this one in the cemetery records to ensure it was the correct site. I left this photo request open as well, please let me know if you want me to add the photo of the flags to the memorial through the photo request or not. Thanks.
Added by PupDawg on Jul 16, 2011 4:25 PM
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