|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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|Flutterby||RE: Colcord Memorials|
Thank you for responding so promptly!
|John Glassford||Danvers, MA - Abbie Elvira Colcord|
I entered my memorial onto FindAGrave from a death record I had (not a gravestone photo or cemetery visit). I've deleted my memorial and forwarded all of the information from mine over to Jack Parker who created his memorial from a gravestone photo. I sent him a SAC so he should add the information soon.
|Bernadette||RE: Colcord Edits & Transfers|
You're welcome, Skip. I'm glad The memorials have a manager that knows something of their history.
Thank you very much for the photo!!!!!!
Added by Diane233 on Mar 04, 2015 5:14 PM
|Scott Connor Barnard||Colcords|
Thanks for your great work with the Colcord family
|Diane233||RE: Captain Frank McKenna|
Thanks for your message. “Mickey” Frank McKenna was my step uncle. If you have any photos of your father’s company, I would love to see them. After my grandmother passed away, my father took all of Mickey’s photos and gave them to his one of his sisters. She has since passed and her grandson does not know what happened to them. In particular, I would like a photo for his find a grave memorial. Please feel free to post to his site if you have one.
Added by Diane233 on Feb 10, 2015 5:35 PM
|Tom Ledoux||John C. Van Duzee|
Would like to talk about John Van Duzee's birth place. 1850 Census for Woodstock, VT says he was born in VT. 1860 Census for Exeter says so too. The New Hampshire 1895 Register of Civil War soldiers says he was born in Woodstock, VT (although his brother was born in Pittsfield?)
Webmaster, Vermont in the Civil War
|Lee Bates||Richard F. Manahan #136187014|
Linked with his daughter.
Thanks for the find a grave photo requests that you fill for me a while back.
|Lorene||Thomas Colcord - Exeter|
I was taking some pictures in Exeter Cemetery and one of them was of Lot 497 which included Thomas H. Colcord. I added the picture, if you would prefer I'll remove it. Let me know, since you already had one picture I don't want to add another to your memorial if you don't want it.
Added by Lorene on Jul 29, 2014 3:25 AM
|Alexis||RE: George Melvin Dewey #125851631|
Added by Alexis on Jun 24, 2014 7:14 PM
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