|Patricia Moore (#46891221)|
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I enjoy going to the cemeteries and visiting our history. Some folks think I am nuts but only when I am not doing genealogy or walking around in the graveyards. I think that cemeteries should be on historical registers and kept up. I hope to do my part to keep the history alive and maintained.|
EVERGREEN CEMETERY, Leominster, Worcester, MA - Please Note: NO EDITS WILL BE PROCESSED WITHOUT COMPLETE RESOURCES WHICH I CAN VERIFY. I have submitted 1,000's of names to this cemetery and I am in the process of cleaning up and adding additional information. My goal is to include the plot #s, life and death info and link to other family members, for all those buried here. I would like to ask that you do not ask for transfers and please do not duplicate my entries if I don't transfer a memorial to you. If you have additional information to add or please use the Edit tab and then the Suggest a correction or provide additional information link. If you find a duplicate that I have made, please let me know so that I can request my info be added to the original memorial. In addition, I would greatly appreciate your assistance with adding my information when I make a suggestion.
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Bruce Speck, cap624, Dennis Brandt, GLeavitt, Jolene Z, Judy Diaz, Julie L, Kathy Krysiak, Marilyn Hayes, Rev. Robert Ton..., Richard G. Smit..., Robert Viguers, Ron Stewart, Sara Peacock, Sheila Lambert, Tam, trshank, Virginia Beck
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|Caro||RE: Birth date for John Care|
It is written on his death certificate.
Added by Caro on Feb 09, 2015 11:40 PM
|Rebecca Bryson||RE: Virginia Bryson|
My father Robert Bryson is not buried in Leominster, I believe he is buried in Wakefield and he died in Virginia.
|Leon Christoforo||RE: Patty Woods Jones aka Martha Woods|
OK with me
|Dolores Maxwell||RE: Hardenstine and Tatum Suggestions|
I'm an amateur historian, living in Lebanon County, PA and I've been working on a project researching the men in the Lebanon County area that were killed fighting for our country,and their families. Howard Hardenstine gave his life during WW2 so I began researching him and the Hardenstine family. I found the information about baby Harold on an image of his death certificate I found on Ancestry.com. The information about Samuel was found on an image of the 1930 U.S. Census for Petersburg, Dinwiddie County ,VA found also on Ancestry. I would be glad to provide you with any other information you may want about the Hardenstines and their spouses that I may have.
|Shannon D.||RE: Elmer Ruller|
I really was hoping to get the information about his service in the Korean War.
|Burton Bell||RE: Perley Ralph Eaton|
Thanks for the work you do to help us genealogists. The date is from his Vermont Death Record.
would it be easier for both of us ,if l transferred the memorial that needs updates directly to you ? Leon
|S. Rupp||re: Son of Henry Runberg and Amanda Nelson|
There is an Henry and Amanda Runberg buried at Trade Lake in the Mission Cemetery. Are they the parents of Carl Runberg?
Added by S. Rupp on Oct 21, 2014 11:23 AM
|Gerd Rönnberg||RE: Carl Runberg|
Carl August Runberg (in Swedish Rönnberg) was a younger brother of my paternal grandfather. I never met him, he left Sweden in 1903. He was born - and I'm afraid i wrote the wrong place in my first message - in Norberg parish, the village named Nordansjö. I found his birthday and place in the church records, all Swedish church reords was once photographed by the mormons and thanks to them we have as good as one hundred percent of the population digitalized in one place. Svensk arkivinformation, SVAR (Swedish Archive Information). As with everything else you have to pay to get accsess to the information but maybe you already have a subscription? If so you look for "kyrkoarkiv" and then Norberg in Västmanland and then "födelse- och dopbok" (birth- and christening ook)1876. If not, well, I don't know! I have my family tree on Andcestry.
I wish I knew more about his life, I only know that he was bound for Buffalo, N.Y. where his older sister lived, but he never got there. He came to the US from French Canada in 1909 then married to a Swedish woman. They settled in MA had to sons, he was drafted in August 1918 and then dead in October!
Anything more information you want, just let me know!
|Carmel -Ozone Park, NY||RE: Memorial# 118886087|
Patricia - Unfortunately, I am not able to view the Newspaper article you posted. Can you please send it to me at email@example.com?
Thank you so much.
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