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Never Forgotten©2011-2014 |
Our family genealogy research
includes, but is not limited to:
Crain, Whitaker, Cummins, Crump, Devereaux, Young, Puett, Gaines, Hamilton, Wickiser, Wood, Hibbs, Dill, Brooks and Bennett.
Thank you to those who visit my family memorials. Your kindness is appreciated.
To my dear Find a Grave Friends...
Thank you for your friendship. I cherish each and every one of you, and I thank you for visiting my mom, my grandparents and other family memorials.
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|Rick Weaver||RE: Hiram Brooks|
You're welcome! Thanks for the update. Hiram has an inscription on his wife's monument in Lowell, Massachusetts and the suggested Date edit was the Date inscribed on that monument.
I'm not a Brooks researcher so you don't need to include me in any correspondence.
|Diana Caldwell||RE: Walter Mead|
You are very welcome for the picture. Diana
|Flatfoot Billy||Green Cemetery, Griswold CT|
Sorry I couldn't help with the Bennetts buried in Green Cemetery in Griswold, CT. The cemetery is overgrown and very few legible stones still are there. The vast majority of the cemetery has unmarked fieldstones in it.
I went to this cemetery to photograph her grave for you... I was told there is not a stone, by the person printing the maps for me to follow.
If you would like any of the handouts I received please get back to me, I am only 2 miles from this cemetery.
Added by DebraLee on Aug 21, 2014 4:56 PM
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: John Dyer|
You are very welcome.
I noticed an interesting thing while photographing Mr. Dyer's grave. Right next to it is the marker of Aldon W. Harshman, and the marker is precisely the same stone, shape, color, and style of engraving as Mr. Dyer's stone. Since this is not a particularly common tomb stone, there is a relationship of some kind between the two couples, but I do not know what it is.
If you were looking for Mr. Harshman, I have added a memorial for him.
|David M Morin||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 20472955|
I found it in the History of the 18th New Hampshire Infantry. Adding it now.
|David M Morin||Find A Grave Memorial# 20472955|
I have an image of this person in his Civil War uniform but cannot add it due to the maximum # of photos limit.
|Our Whitaker Families||Merry Christmas|
Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year. Many thanks for all your accurate research assistance, for sharing all your wonderful memories and treasures. As our older relatives would say, "God willing and the creek don't rise", we will enjoy another year filled with many blessings. Bunches of love to my buddy!
|Barbara Hunnicutt Edwards||THANK YOU|
FOR THE BEAUTIFUL TOKENS YOU PUT ON MY MOM AND DADS MEMORIALS.THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN SO PROUD THAT SO MANY PEOPLE CARED ENOUGH TO DO THIS FOR THEM.TAKE CARE DEAR COUSIN,I'LL TALK TO YOU LATER. LOVE BARBARA
|Our Family Heritage©1974-2014||Thank you so much|
For all the love left on Mom and Dad's page. It means so much to me. Love you - my friend, my cousin. :-)
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