|Carol L (#46957236)|
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I am a southeastern Massachusetts resident. One of my favorite hobbies is genealogy!...Corrections are gladly accepted through the "Edit" tab in the upper right hand corner of the memorial. Please ask for family transfers!!! I am also a photo volunteer.|
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|Karen Forti-Ortega||RE: Eugene Bessette|
Thank you, the top one is a little bigger and clearer for the older relatives to read. Thank you again
On "findagrave" you have posted detailed information about James Winslow (1825-1898) and Jedidah Westgate (1832-1902) both buried in the North Falmouth Cemetery. Their graves had no gravestones, there was just the gravestone for his son and her daughter, my great-grandparents, Weston Winslow and Mary Butman. I had the new stones made up in 2011 and installed them in the cemetery above the Winslow/Butman stone that summer. I would be interested to know your connection to this family. I have also written to "Sarah" who posted the pictures of the stones I had made. I am the granddaughter of Myra Hatch (Winslow) Robinson from this family.
Thank you, Judy
Added by Winslow on May 17, 2015 10:06 AM
|An Angel Above||William Richard Amory|
Thank you so much Carol for posting the photo of William Richard Amory's grave. I have no idea who the people are on the stone, but my grave location came right off the deed, so I guess, I have a mystery to solve. Just wanted you to know I appreciate you taking the photo. He didn't have a good life, and I'm just happy he is not alone. Thanks again, Sharon M.
|Susan Green Richardson||Caleb Cannon|
Thank You so very much for all that you do it means so much to have someone willing to do what you have done for me and I thank you for it!
|Harry Hadaway||Joseph Snow|
I did some more research(Mayflower Births & Deaths) regarding Joseph Snow's parents. Apparently there are two Prince Snow's born in 1707 in Harwich. Joseph's father Prince Snow was born 26 Dec 1707. He married Mary Sturdevant. The other Prince Snow was born 26 October 1707. He married Jennie Collins.
You are correct in not linking to the other Prince Snow. Thanks for your patience with me.
|KeeperOfThePast||Emilie Messier Gervais|
Thank you so much for tying my 3rd great grandmother's memorial to my 2nd great grandfather's memorial. I very much appreciate it. :-)
|goose||For all the great work you do|
And kindness you show others, Thank you
Added by goose on Apr 11, 2015 10:15 AM
|Mary Ostrowski||RE: St. Calixte Cemetery|
Carol: Thanks for your prompt response. Are you aware that there is also an old St. Calixte Cemetery? I have seen that listed in some Quebec info. In other words, there are 2 cemeteries in Plessisville. I am trying to find the administrator of St. Calixte cemetery and assume the church is no longer active since I don't see it listed in Google anywhere as an active parish. Perhaps the City Hall would have some info... Is the cemetery still currently burying people or no longer doing so? I ask all this since you have been there... I plan on going May 9th since I will be in Sherbrooke that date and it is not far from there. It would be my first visit... Any suggestions?
Thank you for your message. If you look at the grave marker photo, you will notice that there four children listed. Thomas R., Thankful R., Eliza C. and Thankful R. There were two daughters in the family named Thankful R., who both apparently died young. So, not a duplicate. Thanks again!
|Donald Ward||Paul Manning|
Thanks for the excellent photo of Paul Manning's headstone. Your effort is greatly appreciated!
Donald J. Ward
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