|Sharon Texeira Sabol (#47019144)|
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I'm semi-retired and now have time for some of my favorite things: needlework, Red Sox and genealogy! My husband and I live in central New Hampshire. I'm researching both of our families and the surname list is endless, but our favorite lines are Reed, Esty and Eveleth in MA/NH (his), Crouse, Williamson, Lare, Holeman, Asay and Horner in NJ/PA (mine).|
Any of my photos may be used as though they were your own--post them anywhere, send them to anyone. If they were posted before 2013, please contact me for the originals as they used to need to be scaled quite a bit to post here. It's a pleasure to help others find their families.
Most of my memorials are done from photos taken in cemeteries, not related to me, so don't hesitate to ask for transfers. If they're not part of my family, I'll gladly transfer them.
Summer 2016 update: I continue to be in caregiver mode as my husband's health fails. Being nearly blind and in very frail health generally, he can't be left alone for long. I'll do my best to get to photo requests when I have some "me time." Grafton, Sullivan & Merrimack Counties are where I love to roam through cemeteries.
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debbie , Earl Abbe, Joe Chando, M Long, Marie Bonafonte, Michael Holmes, Michael Robert ..., Moggie73, Norman Dodge, Stan Arnold, SUSAN ADAMSKI
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|carol fasc||RE: Sylvan Abbey Request|
That's great!...plot info gets results!
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: Don & Ruth Portfolio Photos|
Sharon, you are very welcome. We are happy to have been able to do that for you. And a big thank you for having the exact grave locations - it made it so much easier.
Paula and Doug Smith
|carol fasc||Sylvan Abbey Request|
Willing to look for grave when I'm there in the winter but you would need to call or email office for plot location and add to request..this is a HUGE cemetery with mostly flat markers!.
|Marie Bonafonte||RE: John, Anna, Elmer Jorgensen|
Knowing that the cemetery cards (and assisting others with finding burials) was a side thing with cemetery maintenance by the Public Works, it probably is the last thing that comes to mind for anybody to do (or even have time to do). I'm impressed that Mike was so gracious in assisting you. Ohio has the old cemetery records digitized or at least a database which each cemetery maintains - it is easy to go online once you know which cemetery a person is buried. Too bad CT hasn't done this - I guess they figure Hale is enough.
|Marie Bonafonte||John, Anna, Elmer Jorgensen|
Sharon, I was hoping you would continue uploading the cemetery cards and see you've done that. I made any new information additions to the memorials and have transferred them to Earl. Marie
|Marie Bonafonte||Christine Jorgensen #35912668|
Wow, what a find with the card and so glad you uploaded to her memorial. You'll see that I calculated the birthdate since I now have her age and actual death date. And I've transferred the memorial over to Earl.
Thank you for the corrections on Sarah. I should have taken more time to double check my work.
Added by Luanne on Sep 11, 2016 6:10 AM
|dd||Robert Morrison Abbe (baby)|
Thank you so very much for the lovely picture of his grave marker. You had a beautiful sunny day for this trip to Enfield Street Cemetery, and it is much appreciated.
Added by dd on Sep 05, 2016 12:11 PM
|Marie Bonafonte||John Parker|
Thanks for the info and I've added to his memorial - next to find your edit and accept it. Marie
|Benn Cormier||RE: William Wells Photo|
You're very welcome!! I had spent almost two hours at St. Michael's today trying to fill requests. I wasn't successful, as the Wells grave was the only one I managed to find. I was happy to find it!
Also, I added the photos to the other 3 people on the stone.
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