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|I am a retired High School teacher. 31 years were on the Navajo Indian Reservation. My wife and I love working on our family trees. We live in New Mexico. My family lines are: Scully, Boyle, Maxwell, Ricketts, Carse, Campbell and Rickabaugh. I do not like sloppy work and mistakes. If you see a mistake please let me know.|
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I noticed the Wyman request and wondered if you are aware of the Wyman Tavern in Keene, NH - 25 miles away
|Kerry Moser||RE: William Trotter|
posted marker pic on Nellie !!
|LostGeneration||RE: Catherine Boyle|
Thank you for removing her from the cemetery. It does a disservice to the site to have interments in the wrong cemetery just as a placeholder. I'm sure it would be confusing to people researching her family to find her in a cemetery in Alabama! LG
|Debbie Moore||George Scully|
I'm still looking for the Scully photos you requested. I did find one that is not on your list. Since Scully is not a popular name around here they could be related:
George G. Scully - 1912-1972
Jean L. Scully - 1923-1996
They are on the same tombstone. Would you like this photo?
|Nancy Johnston||RE: William H Jones|
Done! Sorry I missed that. Thanks for your edit!
I'm hoping to make several more trips over the next couple of weeks to the cemetery. I'll keep looking for your other requests. If I have trouble finding them, the cemetery office will help. I'm just usually there after their hours.
|Debbie Moore||Andrew Scully|
This was the only Scully I found when I went out. I will keep looking for the other Scullys in the cemetery.
|Carol M.||Ridgelawn Cemetery|
If you will call the office at Ridgelawn and get the location of your ancestors graves I will try to get a photo for you. When I was there the woman in the office was very uncooperative and told me it wasn't her job to look those things up for me. If's a fairly large cemetery.
A fellow researchers is emailing me a map.
Added by Carol M. on Jun 25, 2014 9:55 AM
There were three stones, including Annie's, in the Ricketts lot. The other two were Thomas H. Ricketts (1845-1923), and Karl R. Ricketts (1883-1936). I posted photos for all of them.
Thank you for the work that you do. It has helped me feel closer to the people that we have lost.
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