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Interested in documenting the various parts of my family as far back and as wide as possible. I am most interested in Kurth, Scott, Veinotte, Pawlowski, Ellis, Penny, Regynski, Windmeuller, Gruhn, Weston, Thwing, Hilton, Ring and Cook families.|
Recently I have been focused on the Thwing/Twing family.
I am in eastern Massachusetts, so if you need a picture, and know where to point me, I am happy to help.
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Thanks ever so much for the wonderful photos. I really appreciate your time and talent. Regards,
Added by DaurRegt on Jan 16, 2017 6:34 AM
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Thayer Headstone|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photo for Jerome and Mitilida Thayer.
Your time and effort is very much appreciated by our family.
|Harriett Worrell||thank you|
Thank you so much for the picture of Dyson Kring grave picture. Harriett
|Vicky Bergman||Thank you!|
|Laurie Kearney||Calista (Beals) Briggs|
Hello Family Historian (and nearby neighbor too!)
I was wondering if you would connect Calista (Beals) Briggs (# 26140441) with her parents. They are:
Benjamin Beals #19444104
Molly (Noyes) Beals # 174911898
She is the sister to my gggg-grandmother, Sophia (Beals) True. (If you want to transfer her to me, that is fine too)
Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave!!!
|Jo W G||Timothy Sparrowk|
Hi: Is there a tombstone still in existence at the North Cemetery in Natick for Timothy Sparrowk, Find A Grave Memorial# 67827146? The family name is now more commonly Sparhawk, so it took me a while to find him. Thank goodness for that partial surname search! I don't know enough about this site to have the answer, but is there a way to put his name on the site as "Sparhawk, Timothy" and refer it back to the way it was spelled on his stone (and of course, his memorial)? It's very cool that you do all you do for the site. Thank you! Jo W G
Added by Jo W G on Dec 30, 2016 10:16 PM
|R Johnson||Remick (#166216678)|
Thank you for this one! I've been all over the place over the years trying to figure out when George and Mary Jane died and where they were buried.
Their daughter, Sarah F., married my g-g-grandfather, Robert Johnson in 1860. Sarah died 1883 in Danvers, MA — the last place I knew George lived. They're all in the 1880 census there.
Sarah is, according to her town death record, buried in the Houlton Street Cemetery there. But I've yet to locate her grave.
FYI... the calculated (age at date of death) birth date for George is 05 APR 1806 and for Mary Jane is 16 OCT 1817.
|Mom||RE: Fines in Crawford Street|
> Are these the two monuments in front of the main headstone?
Yes, those are them. Thanks!
Added by Mom on Nov 20, 2016 2:00 PM
Thank you so much for these photos and for all the other photos you have taken. I appreciate your work so much.
I wish you all the best.
|Joni Spellman Krause||Curtis and Verna Beard Photos|
Thank-you very much for the photos and thank-you very, very much for the amazing amount of work you do for Find A Grave. You are truly appreciated. Warm regards, Joni
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