|Ben G (#47255941)|
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I love exploring and photographing old cemeteries in Maine. I am especially familiar with Androscoggin, Cumberland, Hancock, and York counties. I am a Greater Portland History docent, photographer for Greater Portland Landmarks, and a member of SpiritsAlive.com, the overseers of Eastern Cemetery in Portland, Maine|
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Bob McLellan, Cory J. Legassi..., Dale & Patti, Dale Robinson, Donald Schofiel..., Glen Ashe, In Memory, Janice Gower, Kernan , Kimberly Merril..., Peter, Susan Bennett, Tracy Boeckman ...
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|Martha Hall Wise McElroy||Ben Gross|
You are quite welcome; I am not a relative of 99% of those I photograph for Find A Grave; but it is my passion to see that as many as I can do in my lifetime will get done. God bless you.
Hi Ben my name is Bonnie and I'm writing to ask if I may use the Photo's of Edward L Linscott Memorial# 118631594
Laura Etta Linscott Memorial# 118631622 on my family tree (ancestry)? I will be sure to credit you for the Photo's as well as credit for Findagrave and the creator of the Memorial. Would like add that I checked out your other Photo's, you have a very good eye wish I was that talented. I also checked out your Photo request and found one in NC. but it already has a Photo, guess they forgot to let you know (Richard Hilburn Memorial# 72995866) Thank You Bonnie :)
|Fred Stuart||George Stuart grave pictures.|
Thank you so much for getting the pictures of George F. Stuart's headstone. He is my great great grand uncle from New Brunswick, Canada. He fought in the civil war and settled in Freeport until his failing health brought him to Portland to live with his son Albert, who was a doctor.
|Marian Woodman Flaherty||Mark Flaherty|
Thank you so much for your excellent photo of the Mark Flaherty family headstone at Calvary. We much appreciate your time and effort. Marian Flaherty
|MagVee||Flint & DiMatteo Headstones.|
Thanks so very much for the photos that you took and put on their memorials. Really appreciate it. Good to be able to see where they are buried when you live a long distance away. MagVee #47223009
Added by MagVee on Jul 25, 2015 10:34 AM
|Brian V Brunner||Thank You|
Thank you for posting the photos of Annie B Bacon's and her parents' gravestone. on the Find-A-Grave record # 117029911. It is not the person I was looking for, but thanks anyway. I see you have requested the birthdate be changed from blank to 1867. Keep up the good work! Thanks again, and I will keep looking my Annie Bacon. BVB
Thank you very much for taking this photo, it's the gravesite of my distant relative. I really appreciate it!
Added by Shel on Jul 14, 2015 2:58 PM
|Dale Robinson||RE: Re: Sarah J Cressey|
It was just by chance that I happened on the tombstone. I was walking around the different sections with my list of names and I happened on it.
I have found numerous headstones, including relatives, just from walking around.
I probably use the same lists from GHS that you have, and my cemetery layouts are vintage 1930 provided by the WPA. Some things have changed but the layout is pretty much the same.
I stand corrected; it was a note attached to the photo request for Elizabeth Harding (#103496296) in the Harding (Simon) Cemetery in Baldwin.
Added by Debi on Jul 08, 2015 2:23 PM
I saw your "problem" message on a FG photo request, noting that a woman was the CONSORT of a gentleman, and NOT his wife. I always thought that consort was an early term for wife and used interchangeably. What, then, IS a consort, if not a spouse?
Added by Debi on Jul 08, 2015 4:07 AM
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