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After 38 years of teaching high school English, I have retired and am pursuing the hobby I've been engaged with since 1996: genealogy. I consider this work to be a love letter to my family: past, present, and future.|
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|Isabella Macleod||The Dingwalls of Fodderty|
I have recently added the gravestone of my grandmother Isabella Dingwall Gibson to the Find A Grave website. #124696686
She is buried in Fodderty Cemetery near Dingwall in northern Scotland.
I think Ronald Dingwall was a 1st cousin of her grandfather Alexander Dingwall.
|Gloria||RE: Mary Hale Putnam|
Okay, thanks as the entire Putnam family has the other one connected to him. Will check on it.
Added by Gloria on Apr 01, 2014 2:30 PM
|Diane Gravlee||RE: Matthew Corbin photo|
Did you get my note re his wife's marker. Would you like it transferred to you...use the edit tab if so. Diane
|Diane Gravlee||Corbin grave photo request|
I also took photo of Ella's marker upclose and created her memorial. Should you wish it transferred to you, please use edit tab to request the transfer. Thanks.
|dorisG||RE: Kallop photo|
Hi...The reason I missed it the first time is because it was covered with snow. Hope it's the last snow.
Added by dorisG on Mar 09, 2014 9:39 AM
|dorisG||RE: Arthur Kallop photo|
There is a large Family stone on the plot that I will photograph for you as soon as the sun is in the right place. Today it was in shade.
Added by dorisG on Mar 06, 2014 5:59 PM
|Janice Rosenthal||Wrong birth & death date for Robert Patterson in New Boston Cemetery|
The photo of Robert's grave at New Boston Cemetery clearly shows a death date of "Sept. 15, 1828"--not "Sept. 15, 1858" as posted on his page. This is clearly the reason why his computed birth date is also thirty years off. Hope this gets fixed--it's a pretty big error that would prevent people searching for Robert by his actual birth/death date from finding him on findagrave. Thanks.
|Jo, the Happy Researcher||Nannie Sivill|
Hello. I suggest you wait and send another request for Mrs. Sivill in the Spring after the snow melts. I was told by an employee that Nannie is buried in the 5th row, etc. etc., but not only do we have a bunch of fresh snow here and zero temps, there is a pine tree that blocks the sun from hitting that area. You can contact me directly, or put in another request. Blessings to you.
|Connection finder||re: Roscoe C Arnold|
Thank you for transferring my grandfather to me and for all the work you have done.
|Stan Arnold||Thanks very much...|
...for the Wilson memorials in the New Boston Cem. I've added some bio and links. Best wishes for the new year--Stan
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