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I found our daughter's memorial here, Kristi CHAGNON, and was surprised, and grateful, that someone took the time to do that. If you'd like to stop by and visit with Kristi, just use this link. She is a wonderful soul. I'm certain she is still here with us.|
Now I find strolls through quiet cemeteries to be relaxing -- while hopefully being helpful to someone researching their family. I was never awkward wandering cemeteries, but now I do it with more purpose. It does bring me to a place of peace. It has also taught me a lot of those who have been here ahead of us.
I enjoy helping folks to connect with their past. I am thrilled when I get a note of "I wondered where he/she was" or "I didn't know about him/her." So please share with me any thoughts you have.
Also, it is much easier making corrections if you use the appropriate tab on a memorial. I would appreciate if you can do that.
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|Carol Nielsen Pourier||Archibald McLean|
I wanted to thank you for taking the pictures of the McLean Head stone in Joppa Hill. I was there one time many years ago, and didn't realize that I would the picture. Plus we had a hard time finding the cemetery, I knew I would recognize it when i saw it again!! Archibald was my Great Grandfather. My Mother loved him very much. I have one of the dining sets of furniture he made and gave to my Mother. I would have loved to have known him and my Great Grandmother. She is Marion Idela Whitney Mclean - she was buried in Prosper Cemetery, in Woodstock. I am not sure why they were not buried together.
Much appreciation to you - I live in the CHarlotte, NC area now, and would be glad to find someone down here if you have the need.
thank you again.
Carol Nielsen Pourier
|Jane Wescomb||RE: Norman|
Thank you so much. He was 18 years old when I was born! Norman was an easy going free spirited soul.
He is missed very much. But we all have wonderful memories to carry with this forever.
|Jim Moran||RE: Mary Parsons|
No problem and pleasure. We are all one big family in the end.
With the FindAGrave family its important to provide as many details as possible, to help out others.
Have a Great and Warm day.
|Stan Arnold||Thank you|
Thanks very much for transferring the memorials for Benjamin and Dolly Butterfield. Also, thanks for the work you've done in south central New Hampshire.--Stan
I wasn't sure it was appropriate to leave the token on your daughter Kristi's memorial but I'm glad you liked it, and I hope it made Kristi smile somewhere in heaven. Ken(kparn)
Added by KParn on Sep 15, 2013 4:38 AM
|GAB||RE: Bobbie Heywood|
Thank you for linking Bobbie to her parents. That is very kind of you to offer to transfer, but no need to. Our moms grew up together and kept in touch right till the end, but we are not family.
Thank you for all you have done for find a grave. May your daughter's spirit live on though the connections your work here has done for others.
Added by GAB on Sep 10, 2013 7:37 AM
Thank you for making the corrections and a few deletions - some people wouldn't be as understanding.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||someone duplicated your site|
Currier, Mrs Georgette Simoneau 110522541
b. unknown d. May 10, 2013 Saint John the Baptist Ce...
New Hampshire, USA
Currier, Georgette M 110573191
b. Jun. 19, 1939 d. May 10, 2013 Saint Jean Baptiste Cemet...
New Hampshire, USA
|Raymalene Billetdeaux||Sharon Riley|
Thank you very much for the photo.
|Amy Caddell||Sen. Warren B. Rudman 100984238|
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