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Skip Colcord (#47721365)
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Skip Colcord is a retired communications executive and speechwriter with more than 30 years of experience at companies such as Ocean Spray, Polaroid, American Standard and Trane. He started his career as a newspaper reporter at the Patriot Ledger in Quincy, Massachusetts, and the Columbia Daily Tribune in Columbia, Missouri. He also served three years at the National Fire Protection Association. Colcord is an honors graduate of Northeastern University and earned his Master's degree from the University of Missouri. He has dabbled in genealogy for most of his life.
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Lorene
Mary Colcord Gordon
Hi,
Thank you for the suggestion, I have made the connections that you requested. If you know of any other connections please let me know.
Lorene
Added by Lorene on Apr 06, 2014 9:12 AM
Michael Harrington
Thomas Colcord
Skip,

I took the liberty of adding some information about your ancestor to F.A.G. If you would like the deleted just let me know.

Mike
Added by Michael Harrington on Apr 03, 2014 4:25 AM
Morgan
Kerr Memorials -YES!
Thanks so much Skip! Yes I would love if you transfered them and also the burial card, I can't wait to tell the family & link up the other relatives. my email is goddess_laural@yahoo.com if you prefer to send the card that way : )

Blessings!
Added by Morgan on Oct 18, 2013 4:09 PM
Morgan
Kerr Memorials
Thanks Skip, I am wondering if you know if Murdoch & Effie's son Malcolm (Martin) John Kerr is buried in the family plot? He died in Quincy ironiocally in 1902 also but before his father. His wife's name was Helena (Lena) and she outlived him by at least 20 years and may be buried with him.

Thanks : )
Added by Morgan on Oct 17, 2013 10:03 AM
Morgan
Kerr Memorials
Thanks for the photos : )
Added by Morgan on Oct 15, 2013 3:31 PM
Chris Child
RE: Edward John Cullinane #99212139
Hi Skip -

Thank you so much for the extra information about the Cullinane Family! Best, Chris
Added by Chris Child on Sep 11, 2013 11:36 AM
Chris Child
Edward Cullinane #99212139
Hi Skip -

Thanks for your information and picture of the grave of Edward John Cullinane (#99212139), who was the grandfather of friend. You have birth years for his parents Edward & Catherine in Ireland. Would you be able to tell me where you got this information? Did they every come to the United States or did they stay in Ireland. Thanks! Chris, cchildATnehgs.org
Added by Chris Child on Sep 09, 2013 2:41 PM
John Glassford
RE: Mary Radford Lord
Thanks for the Saint comment!

...and that comment has granted you a perm place on my friends list.

John G.
Added by John Glassford on Jan 10, 2013 8:13 PM
Bob on Gallows Hill
John Radford fixes
Hi, Skip,

Fancy meeting you here; I remember you from Northeastern.

Made the fixes to the memorial. Would you like me to transfer him to you, since he's an ancestor?

Bob ... LA74
Added by Bob on Gallows Hill on Jan 10, 2013 4:17 PM
John Glassford
Ipswich, Massachusetts ~ Mary (Radford) Lord
re: Memorial# 80810081

Hi Skip,

I added the family linkages as suggested. I may or may not have told you that I documented (and enjoyed doing so) the entire old part of Highland Cemetery (formerly known as old north burying ground until being merged with other cemeteries as Highland by the town) for 8 months in 2011. It took a looong time. I am pretty sure I did not miss a gravestone (when I go back to start where I left off last I always re-take the photo just in case if I am unsure). If the other related family graves are there in the burying ground, there is a good possibility that the stones are either 1-just a stump of it's old self 2-never existed which was/is very common to have memorial-less internments, are now gone/destroyed completely or are currently illegible. BUT... hopefully I missed some gravestones and they are still there. LOL!!

Best!,
John Glassford
Added by John Glassford on Jan 10, 2013 1:35 PM
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