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.
RE: Evergreen Cemetery Edits No problem... the edits I sent are just ones for dates or adding a spouse....just information that was on the stone. There may be a few more coming...I am not the fastest when it comes to getting my photos up. :D
Virginia Murray Brown Find A Grave Memorial# 112439452 Virginia was the daughter of Thomas F Murray (1827-1900) and his wife Margaret E (Dixon) Murray (1831-1902). They are buried at Wolf Creek Cemetery near Carterville, Illinois. She had nine siblings: Mary Ann, William Henry, Elizabeth Jane, Roxanna O, Emiranda, Thomas, Jr., Rhoda M, William McMinna, and Ella E.
Please update her bio and replace the ?" with her mothers name of Margaret. Thank you for creating her memorial. She was the 2x great-aunt of my husband. Claudia
I have a dilemma that I need your help with. I am researching my Allen line and have a problem that I am having difficulty resolving. I am trying to find the burial location of Mary Eaton Allen, daughter of Lyman Allen and Hannah H. (Patterson) Allen. The referenced Find A Grave Memorial , #44225900, that you created, would indicate that she is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Leominster; however, her death certificate indicates that she is buried in Northborough. Thus the dilemma. I know from experience that people are not always buried where the death certificate says they are. Aha, I thought! I can resolve this by requesting a photo of the grave marker. I entered a photo request on Find A Grave for the marker but the volunteer who attempted to fulfill the request reported back that the cemetery had no record of such a burial for this person in Evergreen Cemetery. You must have had some reason to create this memorial. It would help if you could share with me the source of the information that you used to create this memorial. Then I can follow where the evidence leads. I would be so grateful.