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Beensker (#47625231)
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Bio Photo I have traveled across country and around the world to find and photograph the final resting places of my ancestors and their neighbors.

Please do not use my photos without written permission, and after receiving permission, please do give a photo credit to A. M. Tulk. Thank you.

Sadly, I have seen my photos used without permission and uncredited on and elsewhere. I have begun the lengthy process of replacing my photos with watermarked photos.

Please note that many of these copyrighted photos also now have imbedded copyright protection.

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Lillian Tripp Marble 35307292
Memorial is updated. I have also added the note you sent me to the memorial. Its a nice explaination for anyone researching the family.
Added by SLJ on Jun 09, 2016 9:26 PM
RE: Neil and Alice
I found out where Round Hill is as well - at Manuka Creek.
You will not need the following snippet for Find A Grave but I am including it as a matter of interest.
Marion Bell, 2nd wife of Neil, was in the Rest Home in Milton when she died. The staff of the home considered it was a race between who would pass away first, Marion or my aunt Isabel Hope Bruce. Aunt won. They had both been born the same year and aunt lived 2 years longer. Those two had also known each other for most of their lives.
Added by AvidGen on May 27, 2016 2:37 PM
RE: Neil and Alice
Ooops. Waitahuna Cemetery. Never been to that one. I am not quite awake yet and brain not working.
Added by AvidGen on May 27, 2016 2:24 PM
RE: Neil and Alice
Thank you for that. What I had is not straight from the stone but from the transcript of the cemetery which is held by the Public Library here in town. I found it early in my research before I learned more about how to set things out.
I have been to the Lawrence cemetery but that was quite a good number of years ago.
Added by AvidGen on May 27, 2016 2:19 PM
Sorry Beensker. I found I had made a spelling mistake in the Inscription I sent you for Neil (148070316)and Alice McCorkindale (148070301).
Put it down to not being able to see properly at the moment.
Instead of McCorkindale I had put in McCorkindalde. Are you able to correct it?
Such a silly thing for me to do.
Added by AvidGen on May 26, 2016 2:52 PM
Alice & Franklyn Vosburg
Lemuel Hatch
101164236, I've added a photo to this memorial; perhaps when the black flies aren't as aggressive, I'll go back and retake photos.
Added by Alice & Franklyn Vosburg on May 16, 2016 9:53 AM
Loopy Lass
Patricia Keenan
Hi, I have been told that I have created a duplicate of a memorial you originally created. Your memorial is of Patricia Keenan 145312331
and mine is Patricia Howard 155429365, though they have different names. I don't see any similar information apart from the same first name. I checked your Patricia Keenan out in the Southland Cemetery database and there is no such person listed. Do you want to have a look at both memorials and see if there is some error? Cheers, :)
Added by Loopy Lass on May 08, 2016 8:27 PM
Michael Maddocks
RE: Agnes Hoyt - Center Cemetery in North Hampton, NH
I have attached a photo of the stone which is the source I recommended for edit. I do not have any further source.

Added by Michael Maddocks on Apr 30, 2016 7:56 PM
RE: Jefferson H Cate
I'm afraid I can't remember. It was just too long ago. It seems to me there was a large plot of Cates grouped together with an iron railing around them but I can't say for sure.
Added by aberdeen on Mar 11, 2016 1:27 PM
Kathleen Sullivan
RE: Samuel Cate
Hello, I am looking for a Samuel Cate who would have had maybe a Eliphalet Cate and an Almira Cate 1832-1905 in the Greenland/Newington NH area. I am not sure where I messed up. Other fammily names to do with them would be Allard and Trueman
Added by Kathleen Sullivan on Mar 10, 2016 10:52 AM
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