We were both born in Maine. Now living in NC for 25 years. Took up genealogy eight or nine years ago, and go back to Maine and New England frequently to continue the journey. Have many, many gravestone pictures that we are slowly putting online. We have been Find A Grave photo volunteers since May 15, 2011.
Alan's family lines include Mann, Bailey, Meserve, Putnam, Jordan, Ridlon, Phinney, Green, Warren, Lombard, Libby and many of the old Maine family names.
Jane's family lines include McIntire, Harpe, Crawford, Lemieux, Prince, Southworth, Putnam, Brackett, McDowell, Walsh, Bailey, etc.
Always willing to help fellow genealogists.
We adhere to findagrave's rules regarding requests to transfer memorials.
Regarding the use of our findagrave photos, please DO NOT use our photos prior to asking and receiving written permission.
RE: Gerould Cemetery Wrentham Thanks so much. BTW the Craig family moved to Maine with the next generation. My 4th great-grandfather was Enoch Craig, born in Wrentham but was a pioneer in helping establish the town of Farmington, Maine in the 1780s. All Mainers after that including my paternal grandmother, Lucy Craig, also born in Farmington but moved to Auburn Maine.
Gerould Cemetery Wrentham Hi, I am writing to ask permission to use your photo of the Gerould Cemetery in Wrentham, MA, on the family tree of my 5th great grandfather, John Craig, who is buried there. Happy to give you full credit for the photo. Thank you very much.
Photos at Flat Springs Church in NC Alan and Jane, Thank you so much for photographing my family graves! I appreciate all you do for Find A Grave, especially since I'm in Colorado and cannot photograph them myself. After retirement, I have just started on my family tree. Thank you again! D. Huddleston
Toni Joyner photo Thank you both so much for taking and posting this photo of Louise Toni Joyner's gravesite. "Miss Vance", as I knew her, was my fourth grade teacher in the 1950's and I have very fond memories of her. It was very kind of you.
We've finally received the new sign for the GEROULD Cemetery.
The sign that read GERROULD was incorrect, and Find A Grave has added the new one. Unfortunately, they did not give directions on how to remove the old one. So we are leaving messages for all memorial creators who have posted the incorrect sign.
Would you please remove the old sign from all your postings? The new sign was added to the second page because of all the old signs that were posted.