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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 ancestry.com 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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AvidGen
RE: Queenstown Cemetery
Did you also do anything at the Frankton Cemetery?
If so, did you get a photograph of whatever is on Keith William Robertson’s grave?
Find A Grave Memorial# 138751563
I am currently unable to do much travelling – age, etc. Though now and again I can manage it. Queenstown, is a little far for me at the moment, much as I would like to get up there. I love in those mountains, even tho the town has changed so much in the last 60 years, it still feels like home.
If you did manage a photo of his grave you are welcome to add it to the memorial above. Keith was the husband of one of my 1st cousins. She is still living.
Takes time to get all recorded interments entered in Find A Grave. I did all of our local cemetery onto here, and even after weeks of work I still managed to miss a few. All sorted now, with help from one or two who spotted the ones missed and put them in for me.
Alison
Added by AvidGen on Jun 10, 2015 9:54 PM
AvidGen
RE: Valentine Albert Bianchi
Thank you. I knew the Rev. Bianchi and his wife well. She taught me piano. We lived just across the street from the Anglican Church back in the 1950s.
I do not know if you have found out how to get more information on the names in the QLDC burial database. Not hard- just click on the name and a box comes up with the extra information such as block and plot numbers, date of death etc.
I have been entering into Find A Grave the burials of those I used to know in Queenstown, case of if I want to visit most of my friends and family up there it takes a visit to one Cemetery or other.
You have beaten me to getting some of the names in, so you will probably get a few more edits from me.
Alison
Added by AvidGen on Jun 10, 2015 2:58 PM
Ian Macaulay
Thank you very much
Thank you for the photo of Alvin Macaulay Find A Grave Memorial# 101169004. I have added it to the family files. If you are interested his dates are
b. 28 Dec 1915 Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA d.10 Dec 1981 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA

Thanks again
Ian macaulay
Added by Ian Macaulay on May 12, 2015 3:40 PM
Karri Samson
RE: Joseph Pike
Thanks. Wish we could find a record of his service.
Added by Karri Samson on Sep 29, 2014 4:51 PM
Karri Samson
Joseph Pike
Thank you for putting our 8th great grandfather on Find A Grave. Do you know why Lt. was used for him?
Added by Karri Samson on Sep 28, 2014 4:14 PM
DOUGLAS JOHN SHACKLEY
SARAH ANN HOBBS DRAKE
Thank you for all of the hard work that you do for Find A Grave. I am just sponsored the following memorial

Created by: Beensker
Record added: Dec 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 102119259

I have suggested some edits to the memorial, as this is one of my wife's 9th Great Grandmother's memorial.

Thank you again for your extreme dedication.

DOUGLAS JOHN SHACKLEY (#47243789)
Livermore CA [40 miles SE of San Francisco, where I work]
Added by DOUGLAS JOHN SHACKLEY on Aug 24, 2014 10:31 AM
pmazo
Marston
Hello!
I took a bunch of pics at Center Cemetery in North Hampton and I added about 5 so far of the Martstons. There are a lot of them there! I'll add them as I go if I have them. You have added a an impressive lot! Are they relatives? pam
Added by pmazo on Jun 13, 2014 4:29 AM
pmazo
Locke
Hello,
I added the Locke headstone you were looking for in North Hampton, NH. I also added a photo to the two others that were linked to names. Hope that helped. Also, I believe there are other Locke's there. Are they of any interest? If I'm there again I can always look. Let me know. Pam
Added by pmazo on Jun 11, 2014 7:49 PM
Barbara Ferdinand
Adelaide Ferdinand Hovey
I have just figured out that there are 2 listings for Adelaide Jewell Ferdinand Hovey and that is why she appears twice under her father Alfred Jewell.

You have her listed...100802933

I have her listed with data and picture as
38225665

Barbara Ferdinand
Added by Barbara Ferdinand on Mar 04, 2014 5:17 AM
Rebecca J. Vance Bledsoe
RE: Jessie Pearl Vance
Yes, Jessie Pearl Vance came from Scot Vance's, but her husband James Lloyd Vance is likely German or Eastern European according to DNA testing. We have not been able to locate the identity of his great grandfather, but suspect he may have had another name similar in pronunciation to Vance, as Vances are Scot. Perhaps he was Wentz as the W is pronounced like V in German.
Added by Rebecca J. Vance Bledsoe on Dec 09, 2013 7:28 AM
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