|Robert Davis Purple Sr. (#47300652)|
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I have lived in Massachusetts for all my life (so far), except for college - in Newton for about 20 years, and Newburyport for just over 40 years.|
I am relatively new at taking gravestone pictures but I'm getting the hang of it.
I have a family tree on Ancestry.Com which led me to Find A Grave. It has helped locate relatives and a special moment was Feb 2011 when someone in New York added a memorial for my great great grandfather, Harlow Martin Purple. We didn't even know where he was laid to rest.
That has given me a new outlook on Find A Grave and is why I'm willing to do photo requests and have added many memorials for people I don't even know.
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|Jeff247||RE: William Luce and Alexander & Margarate Brown|
You're welcome. I lifted up the stone to see what it said and didn't know who it might be. Just saw the name Hannah with no other readable text. There is always the question of whether to even touch the stone. I would hate to break it lifting it up. I thought about turning it over with Hannahs name facing up or leaning it up against Williams stone. I decided to just leave as I found it.
Next time I'm there I'll stand it up and photo it.
Added by Jeff247 on Aug 28, 2015 6:08 AM
|genealogyfever||Re: Janet Martin|
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial of Janet Martin. I would be happy to provide you with management of the memorial, or to add anything you would like to the memorial page. Please feel free to let me know. Thank you again!
Thanks for getting ahold of me, no I was not aware of that book, I will be looking into it !!
It appears that you would be related to Jared Purple, Julia Wentz is my 2nd cousin 3xr. If you would like to share your info, email me !!
Added by Cyndi on Aug 04, 2015 8:21 PM
|Don Short||George & Emma Bush|
Transfers complete. Regards....Don Short
|Kathy Brown Rose||RE: Charles & Delia Bashaw - St Mary's Cemetery, Brandon VT|
Hi Bob - I created this memorial the same day that I created my 2x greatgrandfather's memorial in the same cemetery. I know I created several memorials at the time from the notes and pictures I took that day. However, I later found my camera was on the wrong settings and I was not able to add them to Find A Grave. I am only assuming that is the case with Charles & Delia Bashaw as they are not related to me and I do not seem to have any other notes related to them. I am leaving the memorials as such for now but I am also putting them in my "fix" virtual cemetery to check for stones when I am down there again (little over an hour away, maybe this fall). In the meantime, if you have any documentation or photos, etc to show that they are buried somewhere else, I will gladly change their memorials. Also, is there a chance Brandon could be a cenotaph? Kathy
|Daryl Doty Holloway||RE: John R Boyce obit|
Hi Bob, you're welcome. It was in a small box of clippings that a friend loaned to me. These old clippings are gold mines!
|Paula G Fowler||Adrieane Janvrin Mcquillan|
added her picture someone just sent me she had a grand son names Charlie Mcguillan lived next door to us very good friend of family
|janicet||Anne Ordway memorial #6879080|
Anne Ordway memorial #6879080
Hello - unfortunately someone asked that 2 Anne Ordway memorials be merged without noting that one memorial had a headstone where she was buried and the other was a cenotaph/memorial stone only. One of the photographers of an old stone has passed and so I don't know where that stone is really located. However, hopefully you can look at the memorial and see if the cemetery where you photographed your stone is the same one. No matter what, I would appreciate your editing your photo at this memorial with the cemetery information where you took the photo so I can sort out this mess. Thank you, as always, for helping to document these burials.
Added by janicet on Jun 22, 2015 5:30 PM
|MLPBailey||RE: Edna and Harmon Guysler|
Glad to have them! They were my husband's aunt and uncle. I enjoy linking families together, and I thank you for your work in laying the foundation with the grave photos.
Mary Lou Bailey
|Madonna Wise||RE: Harold and Ethel Hutchinson|
I am happy the information was another part of the story. As for me, I am a retired educator who loves to do research. A large portion of my family ancestors are buried in Ball Hill Cemetery. I recently completed another data base in Carroll County and have been slowly working through the Ball Hill database. I use a variety of resources from my genealogical research to find the obituaries. So many of the folks were related or related via inlaws, so the process has answered a variety of questions for me. I do a great deal of writing too so I find interesting stories that give me themes, etc. I did notice the unique story of Harold and Ethel. I found it interesting that Ethel had a professional role in the years of the Great Depression, etc. It is an atypical story for the day for sure. I grew up in that area in a farm family, etc. but I did not personally know that family.
I often research family members, i.e. my great Aunt Molly who had 5 husbands and was significant in prohibition era rum-running, etc. and begin to see the story of a life. Thanks so much for responding. Madonna
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