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|Scott Jameson||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for trekking out to the cemetery and taking those photos. It has answered my questions and I appreciate you having put them up on the Find A Grave site so others can have access as well.
Now about that little grave up in Caribou...............
|Walter Guptill||William Partridge Burpee #66992433|
You have a very nice, but generic photo of the Seaview Cemetery in Rockland, Maine attached to the above noted memorial. I was wondering if you would delete that photo so that I might add a memorial specific photo as the photo limit has been exceeded for this memorial. I'm not able to contact the Sandpiper as she has not contact information available.
I also noticed that you have requested a couple of photo's for memorials in in the Hudson Vannah Farm Cemetery in Nobleboro, Maine. I knew Hudson and I know the current owner of the farm. I will see what I can do to get the photo's for you.
I will try to get there this week while I am in Maine, but I am returning to my home in Florida shortly. If I don't get the photo's this trip I will get them this summer for you.
Hi Andrew, Back in Dec of 2015 I think it was, I had asked about the five Jameson graves. You mentioned that you would look into your photos to see if they were photographed and let me know. The five names were: Alexander, Barbara, Chloe, Luke and Mark. I could use those photos and I am willing to send a little money to have them sent asap. I also needed to know if the inscriptions on these graves stated, "child of Alexander and Sarah Jameson" and if not where did they come from as listed on the Find A Grave site. This is at the Tolman Cemetery on Lake Ave.
|Dave Johnson||PATTEN at Mountain View|
PATTEN is in Plot 14B at Mountain View. Frank E. and Lelial are also on the marker. I'll see if I can find them next week. Dave
|Lewis Clark||Eliza C. (Godfrey) Freeman|
Thanks for your note on the Freemans buried at Seaview in Rockland, ME. According to my records, Eliza died on June 24th 1917 in Boston, MA.
|Scott Jameson||Tolman Cemetery|
Back in 2009 you did a set of photos for the Jamesons in this graveyard: Alexander Jameson, Chloe Jameson, Luke Jameson and Mark Jameson. Interestingly enough they all appeared to have died on or about the same day in 1792. Were there any stones for them and if so any inscriptions as they are listed on the Find-A-Grave site as follows: "son of Alexander and Sarah(Blackington) Jameson", etc. I am wondering if this is listed on those stones and if the grave stones exist, I certainly would like images of them.
Scott M. Jameson
|Paul||Farris gravesite @ Bellevue|
I found a Farris gravesite at Bellevue cemetery, Lawrence, MA at Group#2, Lot#1, Grave#1. It appears it may have had an obelisk that is missing but the base has the Farris name it. Records show four persons named Farris buried here. Edwin, Clara, Infant Abby, and Anna 15. I have a picture of the base with the Farris name if you would like it let me know and I'll send it to you.
Added by Paul on Dec 12, 2015 7:17 AM
|Nancy Winsor Flickinger||Jamesons in Tolman Cemetery|
Do you have any sources for the 6 Jamesons that you have created memorials for that are buried in the Tolman Cemetery, Knox Co., ME?
Any help you could provide that would prove that they are actually buried there would be greatly appreciated.
|Betty Crockford||Tolman Cemetery Restoration Project|
Hi, I wrote earlier concerning some of your photos of the Revolutionary War veterans in Tolman Cemetery, Knox County, Maine.
My colleagues and I under the auspices of the Lady Knox Chapter NSDAR are undertaking to restore the cemeter--provided matching funds are donated, so that we might apply for a DAR grant.
If you are acquainted with any descendants of the Rev war soldiers and sailors, would you kindly advise them of this Project?
I am available for further information.
|Lewis Clark||John T. & Eliza C. (Godfrey) Freeman|
John T. Freeman, born in England on 5 March 1838, died in Rockland, ME on 25 April 1897. He and wife, Eliza, are believed to be buried at Seaview Cemetery in Rockland, possibly with infant grandson, Willie M. Freeman whose memorial you created. When you have the chance, could you look into this?
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