|Katherine McKiel Faella (#46526121)|
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Family genealogist. Many of the graves I have added are family or those buried nearby. I am willing to try to locate and photograph other stones in these cemeteries.|
I have recently been adding cemeteries in South Kingstown from the book "South Kingstown, Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries" by John Sterling and James Wheaton.
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agnawkneemuss, Annette, Dale & Patti, Helena Lewis, Jen Snoots, Karin Green, L Ford, Lisa Gerald, Sncline, Tom Sayre, Yvonne Gowen
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|John W. Van Dyke||Joshua Russell marker|
I'm a bit late, but, I'd like to "Thank You" for your efforts acquiring and posting Joshua's marker. I will be adding it to my database and credit you for the photo.
|lfezie||S.H. and Marianne Gilbert|
Thank you so much for getting pictures of my third great grandfather and grandmother! Did you by any chance get a picture of Thomas Gilbert (1714-1797) headstone? He is buried in the same cemetery, and I really need a picture for a family history book I am working on. I would very much appreciate your help.
Added by lfezie on Oct 14, 2016 12:10 PM
|Linda Church||Samuel Scovil photo|
Wowza! Thank you so much for helping me but taking and uploading the photo of his stone. You have helped me immensely!!!!
|Lisa Solberg||Roscoe Brackett|
Thank you!! I hadn't known any info about his first wife, Lola. Now I do!
thank you thank you!
|Margot McBath Dudewicz||Thank you|
Thank you so very much for the tombstone photo of Henry and Climena Colson! I truly appreciate it!
|S. Walker||JENKINS photo|
Thanks for filling my photo request for JENKINS at the Hilltop Cemetery in Danforth. Much appreciated!
Thank you so much for taking a picture of my 3rd great grandparents graves. One day I hope to go back there and search for more relatives.
Added by Marsha on Jul 28, 2016 7:57 PM
|Stan Arnold||And again...|
...thank you for Hannah Watson, whose grave marker has gone missing in the past 135 years, but I hope to see what's left in the spring.
|Stan Arnold||Thank you!|
Thanks as always, Katherine, for the transfer of John Watson (1768-1829). I've added to his bio, made links, and offered edits for his wife. I hope to get to his cemetery next spring, but I know it's in pretty bad shape.
can you please take a new picture of the spaulding stone at old fernwood. they have added my moms name to it. thank you
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