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|Terryglass||Millenocket Cemetery Penobscot County Maine|
Thank you so much for past transfers!! I am requesting 3 more. I have found it easier to edit Momerials if they are your Momerials & also these are family I am requesting. They are relations to our Great Uncle Alex Dionne. I am requesting his wife Cecilla Leplant Dionne #78447190, His son Norman Dionne #79244918, & another son PFC Robert Alex Dionne #78447170. They are all in the Millenocket Cemetery Penobscot County Maine. If you go to the Momerial of Victoria, Dionne #124265601 you can see the work I have done on this line & am still doing... Thanks to folks like you I am able to add Momerials to this family!! I hope to hear, from you soon. A Pleasant Day To You... TERRYGLASS #44726414.
PS. I am wanting to link all of these folks.
|Allen Griffin||katheryn lynn goodrich Lundgren|
I have been through the old meetinghouse cemetery in Danville, Nh and can not find a headstone for thiw person. I believe she is burind in Hampton with her husband. If you have more evidence that her headstone is in Danville, please send it and I will continue to search for the 5th or 6th time.
|Duane Crabtree||G.F. Clarke-should think you include more|
CLARKE, GEORGE FREDERICK 1927-2008 The passing of George Frederick Clarke occurred peacefully at the Upper River Valley Hospital, Waterville, NB Sunday evening June 22nd 2008 after a determined fight with Lung cancer. Fred was best known in New Brunswick in the 1970's as founder of the Fiddlehead films, bringing a new level of cinematography to the province. He produced award winning documentaries and commercials on New Brunswick life, including work for the government in departments such natural resources, tourism, and historical resources. Prior to his return to New Brunswick, Fred had a long career in the film industry in Montreal, cumulating in working for the MacDonald- Stewart foundation in the 1967 epic trek to the North Pole on Bombardier snowmobiles during the Centennial year. Fred served in the merchant Navy during 1943-45 on the North Atlantic run and then was preparing for the Pacific war when hostilities ended. More recently Fred was active with the Anavets association in Woodstock, NB. After the War, he attended the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow Scotland where he graduated as a chemist. He worked briefly in Scotland and later with Fraser's in Newcastle, NB, and also with the Industrial Adhesive Company in Montreal before turning to his first love - the film industry. Fred was an avid salmon fisherman like his father, and an automobile enthusiast savoring classic cars like Josephine de Brogolies Dusenbergs and owning himself a number of classic MGS and Jaguars over the years as well as restoring and rebuilding them. Along with his sister, Mary (Dees) Homer, he was active in the historical society of Woodstock which resulted I the restoration of the old county courthouse in Upper Woodstock. On his own, he spent much of his time restoring the 1830's public house and railway station, also in Upper Woodstock. Fred also shared an active passion for antique collecting and restoring furniture with his wife Dorothy. Born in Toronto, April 13th, 1927 he was the son of the late George Frederick Clarke, well known dentist and armature anthropologist, and the late Mary Schubert of Philadelphia, PA . Fred is survived by his wife Dorothy ( Botsford) Clarke, two sons George Frederick Clarke and his wife Karin of Calgary, AB; Robin Clarke and his wife Donna of Victoria, BC and one daughter Joan Rosetti of Boston, Mass; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, Fred was pre-deceased by two sisters, Jane S. Bernard and Mary E. Homer. The funeral service was held Thursday, June 26th from the St. Luke's Anglican Church, Woodstock with Rev. Jane Arnott officiating. Pallbearers were Bryan Walker, Jim Oakes, Bob MacFarlane, Ken Hall, Gilles Godin and Sean Winston. The internment service was held after cremation on Friday June 27th 2008 in the Upper Woodstock cemetery. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Scott Funeral Home and Crematorium, 815 Main Street Woodstock, NB Donations to Fred's memory can be made to the charity of the donors choice or to the Anavets Association. www.scottfh.com
Published Tuesday July 8th, 2008, The Daily Gleaner
|Tom Conlon||Helen Snow|
Appreciate you updating the Memorial# 83027938 for Helen Snow.
|Brenda Larson||Headstone Picture|
Hi Angela, Could you please tell me how to download a picture on Find A Grave. I found my aunt Eva Mae Marsh and her parents but I can't figure out how to down load it to my Ancestry.com page. Any help you can give me will be very much appreciated. Thank-you
Brenda Larson email@example.com
|Mary John||RE: Beatrice Adams|
You are Welcomed.
Thank you for creating the memorials for the McInnes family in the Pine Tree Cemetery. It is nice to finally have Rosilla "Rose" Tracy McInnes' family linked to the rest of the family.
Your photos are excellent and much appreciated.
Added by Margaret on Sep 20, 2015 8:43 AM
|Jim||Barnes Infant Daughters|
The Canaan Historical records state that two daughters are interned. See:file:///G:/Ancestry/western/Slab%20City%20Cemetery/Slab%20City.html
Added by Jim on Jul 09, 2015 4:07 PM
|ParkerMoulton||Ruth (Prescott) Harrington|
Angela, with gratitude to your Find A Grave work for Ruth Harrington, my 3rd great grandmother's memorial. Many thanks for transferring this memorial to me. Blessings!
Angela, thank you for transferring the Find a Grave memorial to me of my 3rd great-grandfather, Winslow Harrington. And many thanks for the fine job you have done creating this online memorial initially! Blessings!
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