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Jean Pinick (#47164935)
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I have walked cemeteries since the 1980's and I have no problem adding info to the memorials that I have created but I would prefer that you send an email to me so that I can add the info. I have had people contact me and want to know where the info came from and it is so much easier for me to add the contact information from an email. I will add the contact info to the memorials so if you don't want that on the info you need to let me know.
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RE: Peter Kinney memorial
We are going back to Union Grove to update a few pictures, I will add a full picture when we do.
The marker is on the back side of Richard & Elizabeth Magoon's stone.
Added by McCauley-Mitchell on Nov 05, 2016 2:01 PM
RE: Peter Kinney memorial
Absolutely, please use any photo you would like.
Added by McCauley-Mitchell on Nov 05, 2016 1:56 PM
deanna french
RE: Civil Wae Soldier--William Deming
This is very kind of you. Thank you for sharing--you're a true " find a graver"
Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Sep 20, 2016 1:47 PM
deanna french
Civil Wae Soldier--William Deming
Hi Jean, I do owe you an apology; If I had spelled his name right it would have been easier! I am so sorry. The soldiers is William Deming; His Find A Grave number is 18892227. You are credited with the photo. May I use it?

Thank you and sorry again!

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Sep 19, 2016 8:28 PM
deanna french
Shanneeosage Co. Civil War Veterans William Dening/Elbridge Bissell
May I use the monument/markers photo's that you contributed to memorial pages for the two above named soldiers, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? (

You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Sep 19, 2016 6:46 PM
Emmalo Coody
Lima M. Burns
Memorial 51012205

I am one who would like to know who furnished the information for Lima M. Burns.

My grandmother's sister, Carrie M. (Geer) Burns had a daughter, Lima Marguerite or Margaret "Maggie" Burns, who was born 16 November 1901. She was a teacher in a Catholic school.

Your Lima is in a Catholic cemetery, and I am thinking that this may be my Lima Burns. If that is the case, she was a daughter of William and Carrie M. (Geer) Burns. She had brothers, Thomas and Walter.

If you can help me in any way with this, I shall be appreciative.

Emmalo Coody
Added by Emmalo Coody on Sep 15, 2016 8:20 AM
RE: Owen JOnes Parents
not related so i just don't know. sorry.
Added by Alice on May 20, 2016 10:53 PM
Memorial# 57684555
Hello Jean,

Find A Grave Memorial# 57684555
I have updated the above memorial with a newer photograph and am requesting removal of the older photo of the same stone.
Thank you.
Added by four0clock on May 20, 2016 10:40 AM
Brenda Vestal Baker
Glenwood Cemetery
Hi Jean, S Price Nance suggested I contact you with a couple of questions I have about my descendants. Do you know if there are any old graves without headstones? I know James and Tamsey Cline Hammond's son Thomas Hammond b. 29 May 1875 d. 24 May 1922 is buried there as I have his obit but I don't think there is a headstone. I added a memorial for him #161419744. I also think George A. Cline b. 10 Oct 1860 d. 3 Nov 1881 may be buried in Glenwood but can't find an obit for him. Just thought maybe there are people buried there that no longer have headstones. Thanks!
Added by Brenda Vestal Baker on May 03, 2016 12:20 PM
Bill Hazard
Miriam Walker Williams
Hi Jean! First I want to thank you for creating the memorial for Miriam Williams. I've sent you a couple of automatic edits--one for her maiden name Walker, and the other giving a transcription from the marker of her age at death. The main reason I started to send anything at all was that I noticed that you have her age at death as 61 years. Upon studying the nice photo you posted of the marker, I saw that it says 64 instead. The slanted part of the 4 is not as clear to see as the vertical part. I think you'll see the same number shown as in the 14 for the number of days.

Thanks again for your work and the nice photo!

Bill Hazard

Added by Bill Hazard on Apr 10, 2016 1:03 PM
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