|Robert Hodsdon (#47094022)|
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|My wife and I have been very interested in tracing our family history back as far as we can for a couple of years now. After my grandparents and other relatives have passed away I was given all the pictures from their houses so I have a lot of very old pictures as well as very old family Bibles. My wife, children, and I have traveled all over Maine and into New Hampshire visiting cemeteries and taking pictures of our ancesters. It is a great project and we have learned a lot of interesting facts about our family heritage. Some of the names we have in our immediate pedegree are Hodsdon, Waltz, Kimball, Bowley, Garland, Thyng, Creamer, Leavitt, and Bartlett. Robert and Heidi Hodsdon|
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|Cindy Hodgdon||Ruth Blake Goodwin Hodsdon|
Thank you luv!
|Peter Morgan||Rutters in Woodlawn|
I am just about to fulfill your request for a photo of the marker of Doris Rutter. You will notice that her husband Douglas E's name and dates are also inscribed on the marker.
Next to this marker is another for Reginald S Rutter (probably a brother) & his wife Grace M. McFarland. Nearby is yet another marker with Ralph S Nutter (likely another brother), his wife Bernice H, and daughters Marion L & Geraldine P.
If you want to create memorials for these other Rutters &/or submit photo requests, I will gladly claim them and upload the photos I took. Let me know.
|Peter Morgan||Thonsens in Woodlawn|
As you will see by the photo I upload to fulfill your request for a photo of the marker of Christian H Thonsen, his parents, Christian & Katherine M and 2 sisters, Katherine A and Ida C, are shown on the marker.
If you would like to submit photo requests for them, I will gladly claim them and upload the photos. Please let me know.
|Joyce Earle||RE: Joseph Maxwell|
|Joyce Earle||RE: Joseph Maxwell|
from Find A Grave help:
What is a cenotaph? How do I have a memorial designated as a cenotaph?
A cenotaph is a tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are buried elsewhere. It can also be the initial marker for a person who has since been interred elsewhere.
To add a cenotaph, create a memorial just like any other. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to the memorial and a message to mark it as a cenotaph.
I will not delete the memorial, but I will ask to have it marked as a cenotaph.
|Joyce Earle||Joseph Maxwell|
Robert: the town of Pownal lists Joseph as being buried in the York cemetery. There is a marker there with his name on it. My memorial is not a duplicate and I see no reason to remove it. You are not his only relative. Others may need the information on both memorials.
|Beverly Oakes Lange||Esther W. Jones Hodsdon|
Esther's death date (according to the Maine Death Record) is 22 Apr 1910, which I found on Ancestry.com. She also appears in the 1910 US Census which was compiled 21 and 22 April 1910. Esther is my 3rd great grandmother. Thank you so much for maintaining Esther's "Find-A-Grave" website.
Beverly Oakes Lange
August 12, 2014
|Susan||Edward Claude Hodsdon|
Hello Robert, could you please add Edward Claude Hodsdon memorial # 118213021 to Lyman and Ada Hodsdon memorial page? He was their son born 16 May 1888 in Boston and died 8 May 1959 Vermont. Thank you, susan
Added by Susan on Jul 10, 2014 10:05 AM
There is no record of Beulah Sidell in Forest Hill records. Checked the card file but her name was not there. Also no stone with her name on it at the Sidell location either. The town people said it not unusual for somebody to buried but not recorded it the past. As a matter of fact answering a request for another person we located a stone for a person not listed as buried, only the owner of the plot. The town is planning to take a census and photograph all plots this summer. That will correct most past errors. Did Beulah have a nickname, or one she used other than her given name?
|Carol||Marion knight reed|
Thank you so much for the posting of obituary. It is a loving testimony to my aunt
Added by Carol on Jun 29, 2014 10:30 AM
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