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Been exploring Cemeteries and my family history for a few decades and enjoy helping others as my time and travels allow.|
Particularly interested in older cemeteries and family stories. Normal travels take me to areas between Boston and Worcester MA, and near Waterville, Maine. Still check find a grave out whenever I travel.
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|James Pontolillo||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for posting the photos of Thomas Bartlett's grave in Berlin, Mass. You have saved me a trip from Virginia to take them myself!
|Shannon||Re: John S. Williams #54426667|
A BIG thank you for obit memorial for John S. Williams. For years I had his mother as Lucinda Unknown. You included her maiden name (Valentine).I've been able to confirm it. With that useful info I've been able to retrace several generations. Much appreciated and a well written memorial. Thank you. Shannon.
Added by Shannon on Apr 14, 2015 6:31 PM
|No Guts, No Glory||Russell Hawkins|
What ever you would like
|Martha||Hilda Sprague Goodwin thompson|
Hilda (Sprague) Goodwin that you have the headstone for was actually married after John L. Goodwin, but I guess she was buried with her first husband. She married James Edward Thompson on14 Oct 1890 in Hudson, Massachusetts. James Thompson died in 1900 in Franklin County, Maine, and Hilda, when she died, was evidently buried as Hilda Goodwin. The marriage to James Edward Thompson is found in the Massachusetts Marriage Records, 1840-1915. In the 1900 Census James Thompson and Hilda are living in Phillips, Franklin, Maine, listed as father-in-law and mother-in-law of Joel H. Byron (who married Florrie Thompson (daughter of James Thompson from his first marriage to Elizabeth Spooner Cushman).
Added by Martha on Jan 10, 2015 12:17 PM
|Bonnie Maskery||RE: Bertha Lamson #48105389|
I'm so sorry for the long delay in getting to this update and thanking you for the transfer of Bertha. I was hit with a very long and serious illness and am now able to get back to doing some catch-up work on my Find A Grave stuff. I sincerely apologize for the long delay. And, thank you for the photo of Bertha's family Gravestone - it's a beauty.
|Norman Dodge||Find A Grave # 47080426|
Thank you for the photo.
|cynthia mullens||RE: whipkey photo|
|Laura Bliss||Robert Crossman's grave|
Thank you so much for locating and photographing Robert Crossman's grave. He was my 5th great grandfather. Have a great summer!
|Thomas Fontneau||RE: Aaron Horton Photo|
Glad I could get the picture for you. It is actually easy to find, once you know where it is. If you get back to Acotes, go in the main gate and follow to where the first right turn is. The grave is on your left side, literally at the edge of the road. The stone is lying flat on the ground and as you can see from the picture, it is partially covered over now. I plan on going back soon and pulling away the soil so it can be seen a little better. When I do I will post a better picture to his memorial. Point of interest, there are other "Horton" stones all around him, including another "Aaron" just behind him. Birth and death dates would indicate to me he was a son.If you like I could get photos and send them to your email and you can post them as you wish. I didn't want to post a whole bunch of pics to his memorial if by chance they had no connection to him. Don't worry, it is no trouble as I live in Chepachet and drive past Acotes daily. It would only take a minute to drive in and get the pics. Best, Tom
|rkclove||Hussey Headstones Lincoln Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for photographing the headstones of Stephen and Betsey Hussey. Unless I hear otherwise from you, I will be adding the photos to my private tree of course noting that you were the photographer. The time you took is very much appreciated! Thanks again. Kim rkclove
Added by rkclove on Jul 18, 2014 11:07 AM
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