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jjencks (#47612945)
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I have been doing my extended family tree for a few years now and love it. I also love finding all the small old graveyards here in New England and posting all the information on FAG!
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Sicilian Auntie
Husband Photo
I believe I included the link for that whole cemetery. There were more of them there, just not photographed OR visible. Go to the link and check.
Added by Sicilian Auntie on Oct 11, 2016 6:20 PM
Bill and April
RE: Pearson
Hi Jen. It's not so much a cemetery as it is 6 headstones in the woods. There is a major logging operation underway about 20 yards south of it. Only one of the nine granite posts is still there, and only one of the six headstones is still in the ground (Abigail's). Each of the five others has been pulled out of the ground and leaned against nearby trees. Without an immediate rescue effort, I would say April and I are probably the last visitors this sacred place may ever have. We find great consolation in the fact we were able to document the headstones and get them on the internet before they are lost forever. It isn't the worst we have found, but it's close. We plan on getting out a few more times before the season is up. We'll let you know how it goes. Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Oct 01, 2016 12:49 PM
Lee Coddens
RE: Potter photo
I grew up on Bartholomew Street
My brother Jeff went to school with young "Gordie".
Added by Lee Coddens on Sep 07, 2016 8:19 PM
Bill and April
RE: Pics
You're always welcome. Were they who you thought they were? There's quite a story there in that line of markers. The kids are between their mother, Eliza Ann (George) Smith, and their aunt, Mary George. Their mom has already passed away, the kids pass on the same day, Feb 18, and their aunt Mary dies the next day, Feb 19. Hope all is well with you! Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Jun 04, 2016 6:37 PM
RE: Virtual Flowers
Hi again Jen, I think you mean't the flowers and note I left for Estella. My note with the flowers wasn't really meant to be biographical, rather a remembrance note for the family really and it is not appropriate to link her with her husband. She was put in dire circumstances at a very young age and did work hard all her life to survive and did well for herself. I will remove my note for you since it is your listing. Cheers, Beverly
Added by Beverly on May 11, 2016 7:37 AM
RE: Robinson Cemetery
Hi, thanks for info. I do know that one just past the Grange in Meredith Center with the lovely old oak tree. Thanks, Beverly
Added by Beverly on May 11, 2016 7:31 AM
RE: Robinson Cemetery
Here is a reference to one of the people buried in the cemetery I need the location for: 89586334 Joshua Crockett. Thanks, Beverly
Added by Beverly on May 09, 2016 7:44 AM
Robinson Cem
Hi, you have listings for the Robinson Cemetery in Belknap County, NH. Wondering if you can give me the name of the town and location please. Thanks, Beverly
Added by Beverly on May 07, 2016 9:06 AM
Rob Mac
RE: Kraweic/Kurpewski
My pleasure!
Added by Rob Mac on May 06, 2016 7:11 PM
Teresa Kucera
RE: Neal
I downloaded the picture of the back of the stone. It looks like it may be children and their spouses.
Added by Teresa Kucera on May 05, 2016 10:43 AM
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