|Norman Dodge (#46853609)|
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I am a Retired Electrical Engineer from Seattle City Light. I live near Lacey Washington. I do Dodge ancestry. I am the Present President of the Dodge Family Association and one of the volunteer genealogists.|
I will transfer Memorials on request. firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Highland Cemetery in Newburyport, Massachusetts
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|Joseph Mann||Lucy Frances "Frances" Dodge Wardlaw|
I can find no record with the cemetery as to where Fraces Wardlaw is buried, nor can I find an obituary, social security death or any other record of her, other than the findagrave listing. I wrote Marcy, who created her memorial, to see if she has any information.
I will get back to you if I hear anything, or if you can provide any informtion that may help me locate her gravesire.
|Joseph Mann||RE: Find A Grave # 90121921 and # 90121924|
You're very welcome. I am glad to have been of help.
|Anne Cady||RE: Find A Grave Transfers.|
Thanks. I didn't know Orange and Isabelle needed "straightening out". I am not sure I see what you changed other than to add Isabelle's first name being Florence. I do realize that was her true first name, but the find-a-grave site rules ask that we use the name as inscribed on the stone in the main fields and put the other info into the biography which I hadn't gotten around to doing.
If you want more details on her I do have her full obit, dates, parents, etc. I didn't add them as I figured you would. Just let me know.
Hi Norman~ I am his great great grand niece and wonder if I've found another "cousin". I visit Esmond at least every other year and was just there for the homecoming. I have pictures of Justus, Orlesca and their parents and sisters. If you're interested, I'd be glad to share. Also have a letter from him to them when he arrived in Aurora, Ill. around 1854. You can email me at: email@example.com. Would love to hear from you and see what "goodies" you may have. Valeen
Added by VF on Jul 18, 2014 9:51 AM
|Rich65k||RE: Find A Grave MMemorial # 124032509|
The cemetery office is in Reading Town Hall. The e-maill address is on the Find a Grave header for Laurel Hill Cemetery. The office is not staffed full time.
All the cemetery records for Reading are on the web site
Added by Rich65k on Jul 13, 2014 6:36 AM
|Stacey Sweeney||Albert Gray Dodge|
I stumbled across your name while searching for information on my great grandfather, Albert G. Dodge. My mother knew little about him and my grandfather wouldn't speak of him , we just know the family separated when he was young. Do you have any additional information on him or his family? From what we know, they separated between 1910 and 1920. His father was Robert Dodge born in 1819 in NH however Albert was born in Wisconsin. He moved to Kansas around 1880 and married my great-grandmother in 1896. Any information you may have would be a great help. Thank you for your time!
|David McInturff||RE: Find A Grave Memorial # 58593272|
I know the burial is unmarked, which I mentioned in the photo caption. For Oak Hill, I always post a photo of the entire lot. The left front corner marker of this lot appears in the lower left of the photo. The right front corner marker is in the ferns in the lower right of the photo. As with most large lots at Oak Hill, there are multiple burials in the lot, others of which are indeed marked. Since the burial is unmarked, I have no way of knowing which open area might contain the remains of the requested.
|L Pritchett||Richard Dodge 41854693|
Corrections are made. Thank you for noting this need. Sincerely L
|Dalton Historical Society||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 114367026|
You're welcome, Norman. I have a few others of the Dodge family, and will upload them as soon as I can find the time.
Dalton Historical Society
|Donna Mullen McCaffery||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 70804642|
You are very welcome. I am sorry, I could not locate the burial site for Barbara Dodge. I will try again when I return to the cemetery.
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