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Daystcat (#47457318)
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Bio Photo A note about the ENTOMBMENT category on death certificates: entombment at Ascutney Cemetery is always temporary and doesn't indicate the final disposition of the body. Entombment occurs when a grave can't be dug because of frozen Vermont ground, or some other circumstance delays burial. The stone tomb was used before the 1980's when the modern storage facility was built. There's another step before burial or transfer to another location; either a Burial Permit for Ascutney Cemetery will be issued with the grave location, or a Transit Permit will be issued with the final destination. These records aren't on line. If in doubt, let me know and I'll check the records at the Windsor Town Office. IMHO, it is our responsibility in giving last respects, to place the memorial in the actual final resting place.

If you find an error or would like to make additions to any memorials I've created please let me know via the Edit tab where you can: "Suggest a correction or an addition:
Birth/death date, birth/death place,
Relationship (parent and spouse links),
Name,
Plot or GPS,
Marker transcription, or
Suggest any other correction or addition."

I follow the rules established by Find A Grave because I firmly believe it's important to respect the work of each "Graver", just as we pay our respects to those who have gone before.
If you don't know the rules, please take the time to read them at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs.

I really appreciate the people who ask permission to use my photos. They are copyrighted. You may keep a personal copy on your own computer, however, I do not want them uploaded to another website or used without my permission.

"The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life." -Richard Bach

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Messages left for Daystcat (244)[Leave Message]
Jim Easom
Aurora Drake Skinner Swaim
Thank-you Cathy for the info. I appreciate it.
Jim Easom
Added by Jim Easom on Feb 11, 2016 5:13 PM
sammy
cemetery of Hartland
you did a lot of work in the Windsor county cemeteries from my understanding. Could you contact me in a less public way to answer some questions for me . Past contact was about the Crary family. question about the Hannah Liscomb Family
Added by sammy on Feb 10, 2016 11:40 AM
cFLrunnerz
Euphemia Huntley
Thank you for the additional information on her birth and marriage. It has been added to here memorial.

Best regards
Added by cFLrunnerz on Feb 02, 2016 5:25 PM
gcdavis4
RE: William E Martin
Much obliged! This is probably a good match. but more documents would certainly help (marriage, divorce from 1st wife, etc). I will keep looking.

Thanks,

Gerald
Added by gcdavis4 on Jan 31, 2016 1:09 PM
gcdavis4
RE: please check again Wright Wood
Thank you very much. I think you are right and found a good match!

Gerald
Added by gcdavis4 on Jan 30, 2016 11:51 AM
Tiffanie DeMayo
Emily Mcrae White
Thank you for that correction. I went to Summer Hill cemetery, and took a ton of photo's, including Emily's. I fixed the cemetery name & location, just need to upload the photo's. Thanks, Tiff
Added by Tiffanie DeMayo on Jan 29, 2016 2:22 PM
gcdavis4
RE: please check again Wright Wood
I received them, thank you!

Now I wish I could find Marion Bartlett Wood's first husband William E Martin (1859-1897).

Thank you,

Gerald
Added by gcdavis4 on Jan 29, 2016 6:45 AM
gcdavis4
please check again
Hi,

Thank you for the photos you uploaded. It looks the same photo was uploaded for Marion Powers Bartlett Wood and her daughter Bertha Martin Wright. So I am still missing the photo for the latter. Please double check your photos.

Thanks again,

Gerald
Added by gcdavis4 on Jan 28, 2016 7:03 PM
Janice Prichard
RE: Emma Elizabeth Gile Belisle 64102203
I have asked for them to merge the two memorials since I have a complete bio on mine. Kessell will get credit because the Corliss memorial is older than the Belisle memorial. AAARRRGGGHHH

Find A Grave has a ridiculous "policy" that a woman who may be buried with her first husband should have the memorial under that name or list her LAST name as, in this case, Belisle Corliss.

This makes no sense for people who are researching their ancestors. When searching, you would enter Emma Corliss because she was your ancestor. You will get a notification that she is not in FindAGrave. If you didn't know she had married a Belisle previously, you would NEVER know to research her under Belisle Corliss.

I am sending a notification to the support department because she died under and her death record shows she was a Corliss. Just because she is buried with her first husband is irrelavant. This is why bios are so important on a memorial.
Added by Janice Prichard on Jan 28, 2016 11:08 AM
c.walker
Mary McDonald Osgood
Thank you for the information on Mary Osgood and the Ascutney Cemetery. It seems this cemetery did a number of "holdings" before burials in other cemeteries. I appreciate your diligence in tracking down Mary's whereabouts and the additional information you provided on her and her husband, Hollis Osgood.
Regards,
C. Walker
Added by c.walker on Jan 28, 2016 9:21 AM
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