|E Malcolm (#47142712)|
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As a family genealogist, I know the importance of finding and receiving documentation of resting places, names, dates of birth and death and even obits for ancestors. Find A Grave is an amazing concept and I thank the founders for having such a great idea and for putting it in motion for the benefit of all. People who ask for photos, and I fulfill them, may use the photos in their research. I appreciate those who have fulfilled my requests and have gone beyond any expectation in gathering Obits, etc. If I have set up a memorial page for a direct line person in your family, within Find A Grave criteria, please ask by using the edit button, and I will transfer them to your loving care. Thanks to all who are so generous.|
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|Dorothy Alley Abbott||Emma Kirby|
Please clarify what you are talking about of the duplicate #138756897.
Where is the other duplicate
Dorothy Abbott #47680122
|irene sylvester||memorial 98860095|
Are you related to Joseph Foss? I have a memorial # 86673452 for his 1st. child born of a marriage to Susan Dobbins. They were later divorced and the child given up for adoption to a family named Taylor. I have documented this information on a family tree on ancestry.com and wondered if you could join her to her biological father.
Look forward to hearing from you.
|MLPBailey||Information for Rev. Charles Lowell # 49431364|
Thought you might like to include this in a bio for Rev. Charles Lowell. He was my husband's great-uncle and I have written this summary from a lengthy newspaper article written at the time of his retirement and saved in the family.
"Rev. Lowell was a Methodist minister for forty-one years between 1890 and 1931, serving parishes at Carmel, Levant, Southport, Castine, Calais, East Corinth, Randolph, Howland, Monticello, Clinton, and, at the time of his retirement, Lisbon Falls.
Rev. Lowell was a member of the East Maine Conference from 1890 until his retirement, and held many conference offices in addition to his pastoral duties, including serving for twenty-four years as a Trustee of the East Maine Conference Seminary at Bucksport. Always interested in genealogy, he served for twelve years as Secretary of the Necrology Committee for the Conference, and documented the location of the graves of 351 former Methodist ministers in eighteen states, who had at one time served in Maine."
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|Chris Gilbert||Harry Lee Smith's parents|
His mother was Arletta Ann "Leta" Lowe
His father was Arnold L. Smith
|Peter Morgan||RE: Photo|
My pleasure. Let me know if you are looking for other markers in the same cemetery.
Your welcome and no problem...what you're comfortable posting/not posting is up to you.
|NEVER EVER FORGET......||RE: Virginia Kilton Bill Crysel|
YOU ARE VERY WELCOME......LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED ANY HELP FROM MY AREA OF CEMETERIES.......THKS FOR FILLING THE BLANKS FOR ME.......
|NEVER EVER FORGET......||Virginia Bill Crysel|
THKS FOR FILLING IN THE BLANKS FOR ME.....THKS FOR THE EDITS.......
|Chris Walters||RE: Photos|
You are very welcome. I'm glad to do it.
|Bill Paschal||RE: Photos|
You are very welcome
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