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|I am a High School teacher with more than 35 years of teaching and most of it on the Navajo 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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They are not duplicate memorials. They are in the correct cemetery.
I received your request to link Esther to her parents Thomas and Judeth Adams. The Thomas you requested I link her to in the Framingham cemetery is a duplicate and in the wrong cemetery. Her father is buried in the same Old Dunstable Cemetery as her mother Judeth. I linked her to him. And had to decline the link to the duplicate.
A few days ago actually I send admin a request to merge the memorial for Thomas in the wrong cemetery into the one with the headstone. There is no clear reason why he was put in a Framingham cemetery when he died in Dunstable. The section of Nashua NH was at one time part of Dunstable and is why the cemetery is called Old Dunstable Cemetery. Denise.
Added by Denise on Jan 01, 2016 12:53 AM
|Gail ||Samuel and James Winchester|
I went to Edson Cemetery today to fulfill your request. According to cemetery records, Samuel and James are buried in the same lot as Rhoda Winchester, Rachel Marshall, Fanny Boardman and George Boardman. Unfortunately, the only monument on the lot is for Fanny. Would you like a photo of her stone uploaded?
Added by Gail on Dec 26, 2015 12:44 PM
|April Kolasa||Req for John Ricketts|
I am going out this weekend to take pictures. I will do my best to find the resting place for John Ricketts.
|Deborah Nowers||RE: Work|
Happy to do them. It was a nice afternoon to be outside.
|Rick Weaver||RE: Jonas Wright|
I did not see Samuel or Anna Wright while at the Walton Cemetery. They would be in the "old section" where there are many open spaces, presumably where stones were, or never were (unmarked) to begin with. I plan on visiting again at least one more time before winter rears it's ugly head. I'll take something to probe the ground to look for something solid where their stones (and other Wright Photo Requests) "might" be.
|Michiel Cavuoti||RE: Bird|
You are very welcome. I'm glad you could ad this information to your family tree.
|Barbara McCully||RE: Young|
You are very welcome.
Added by BJSK on Oct 14, 2015 11:28 PM
|Bill Mears||RE: Brohard|
You are welcome. I also posted other changes to Brohards at Memorial Park. Also in your Bio, Campbell is also in my family tree.
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