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I've been interested in history and genealogy for many years. I was delighted when we moved to New England. I have been able to combine my interests and find many new ancestors. My grandson used to visit cemeteries with me, running to a gravestone and asking me to tell him the story of the person there. Find A Grave is keeping those stories alive. When I visit a cemetery to search out our family members, I frequently take pictures of interesting headstones, common surnames, or those surrounding the stones I am seeking. I have also photographed all of the headstones in several small cemeteries. For those taken in Whitefield, NH, I have checked the cemetery records of the Whitefield Town Hall for confirmation of the information posted. Please feel free to use these photographs for your personal use, but if posting to another site, please give credit to Find A Grave for the photographs posted.If you have information on some of the memorial pages I have entered, please take time to share it with me. I will post your information with a reference to you so that others can benefit from your research.I am happy to re-unite families. I will gladly transfer the memorial pages of those who are unrelated to me into your care if he/she is one of your family members.[Researching Booth, Drown, Eastman, Haskins, Magoon, Warren, Wright,and related New England families. Also researching Mid-Western families of Schroder, Moller, Williams and more.]|
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|Deanna||Charles Arthur Magoon|
I agree with your assumption that this grave belongs to the Son of George W Magoon and Agigail Lougee, however, I do not think it is Charles Arthur Magoon married to Meora Richardson. That was the son of James H Magoon and Abbie J Longlin. If you search on Family Search you can find a copy of the Marriage record for them, showing Charles parents as well as the death record for Charles Arthur Magoon with James and Abbie as parents.
Added by Deanna on Jul 04, 2015 12:58 PM
|Lynn Magoon||Charles Arthur Magoon|
Thanks for your research on C A Magoon (Charles Arthur Magoon 1849-1904). I quoted some of what you wrote on Ancestry.com in a "story" I added, and have given credit for the quote to ddbooth. I appreciate your willingness to share your work. Thank you so much,
|Emlen ||RE: Lorinda Willey|
Your are very welcome!
I haven't taken any pictures for a while as most cemeteries are closed for the winter here in Vermont. I'm sorry but I don't remember which stone it was.
Added by Emlen on Jan 19, 2015 10:44 AM
|Patrick Forbes||RE: Photo Requests|
My bad, thanks for getting back to me. I've lost a bit of confidence in the Photo Request E-mail thing lately as it doesn't seem to work all that well, I've found.
|Patrick Forbes||RE: Photo Requests|
It's in Van Buren, Maine. Are you in that area? I only assumed you might be.
|Patrick Forbes||Photo Requests|
Just wondering if you checked the Photo Requests page lately. I have two I’d like if possible.
|Emlen ||MIDDLESEX CENTER CEM. WILLEY STONES|
I have many other Willey stone pictures from that plot.
Added by Emlen on Aug 20, 2014 10:03 PM
So appreciative of the gravestone photos for my great grandparents; Nana and Baba Ray! Many thanks for your kindness!
Added by GAB on Aug 13, 2014 11:47 AM
|John Glassford||Thank you for the Dodge gravestone photos!|
Sophronia Abbott Dodge # 114367521
Susan Dodge # 114367549
Thank you for taking the time to take these photos. By the looks of the stones you got there just in time as Sophronia's stone is in horrible condition.
Thank you for finding a very old grave. Great great great grandfather
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