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|Ellen Lee||RE: Fiskes at Quidnessett Memorial Cemetery|
So sorry, Virginia. I somehow missed that request. It's added now... I also looked in the surrounding area for the other Fiskes, but had no luck. Perhaps they do not have markers. Ellen
|Tink||RE: Re: Stone memorials|
You're very welcome! Continued luck in your research. Kim
Added by Tink on Jun 30, 2015 6:49 PM
|Tink||Re: Stone memorials|
Hi Virginia, I transferred these to you. Please let me know if you'd like any more transferred. Kim
Added by Tink on Jun 29, 2015 12:51 PM
Do you know the cause of death for the three girls who passed in 1842?
Sarah A. Laflin (1846 - 1852) - 127999749
Mary E. Laflin (1848 - 1852)*
Angeanett Laflin (1850 - 1852)*
Emily E. Laflin (1851 - 1852)*
Alice E. Laflin (1859 - 1861)*
Mount Vernon Cemetery, Worcester Co., Mass.
|bluelady||RE: Charles C Horton|
That is a help. East Troy has its own cemetery, although a small one, and I just checked the reading done of that cemetery and she is buried there. Nothing for Charles there.
Added by bluelady on Jun 12, 2015 1:31 PM
|bluelady||Charles C Horton|
A reading of the stones in this cemetery was done about 15 years ago and none were listed for him or his wife there. I tried to look into him more but I am coming up empty. If you can give me something to go on like documentation that he is buried here I will look into it. I live near the cemetery and know the caretaker there.
M Hawthorne aka bluelady
Added by bluelady on Jun 11, 2015 5:18 PM
|Dale Zearfaus||RE: Gardner & Dean Photographs at Evergreen Woodlawn|
You are very welcome. It's my pleasure.
Thanks, I would appreciate the transfers.
|BarryC||RE: Coombs at Pocasset|
Virginia ... I'm okay with you keeping them .... very distant ancestors ... I just check occasionally on new "Coombs'" and try to help with some of the bios/relatives etc. Thanks for your efforts!
Added by BarryC on May 29, 2015 1:23 PM
|Kim Barber||RE: Potters at Moses Potter Lot|
You're welcome. We lived in the house located just in front of the cemetery for over 10 years. I photographed and transcribed the cemetery, giving a copy to the local library. I have been using Find a Grave quite a bit for research myself lately and it just dawned on me that I had information other people might me looking for. I am so glad I could help you with your research.
Have a great Memorial Day holiday!
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