I am a retired attorney and educator (history teacher) who's personal family tree is pretty deeply rooted in Southern New England while my husband's streaches into Quebec. Cemeteries are such a wealth of genealogical information and have such a sense of history that they have become some of my favorite research locations. I've been doing genealogical research for about 4 years and love it!!
I give permission for any photos I have posted to be used by fellow genealogists for their trees. I would love to know who uses them and their relation - who knows, might find a cousin.
I found the birth record for Catherine Remina Chamberlain, daughter of Frank R. and Catherine (nee Feehan), born on 3/30/1894, on Ancestry.com, source: MA Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988. If I can help you obtain that source, please let me know. Genie.
The Mahons Kate - I am so glad you sent me a message. I have transferred all the names (I think) that were listed on John Mahon's stone. If I missed any, let me know. Have fun with your research and I am glad everyone is healthy. I can't wait to retire so I will have the time to research so much more!! Toni
RE: The Mahons Kate - I live in Bellingham and a Find a Grave person requested a photo of a grave in St. Charles Cemetery. As I was walking through I made notes of other graves and the "Mahons" grave was one of them. If you are a relative, I can transfer the memorials to you - Just list the memorial numbers and you Find A Grave #. Thanks, Toni