|Rick Rollins (#47868100)|
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I also added all of the Dellings in Sunset Cemetery. So I think there is a total of 9 or 10 buried there with pictures.
Added by Laurie on Jul 21, 2015 6:48 AM
|Gail Kelly||RE: Thank you|
No problem...found a new ice cream place! Have a few more for you that I am adding.
|Gail Kelly||RE: Thank you|
My pleasure :)
|Hiesela||RE: Tibbetts family|
So sorry for taking so long to reply. I am just now seeing this message! Yes.. My husband's mother was a Tibbetts. I have done a lot of research on the family and have photos but there has been a lot of research already done on it.. how are you related? My husband's mother was Donna Tibbetts who was a child of Burl & Gladys Tibbetts and Burl was the son of Edwin Tibbetts.. who was the son of Joseph Roswell Tibbetts.
Added by Hiesela on May 01, 2015 1:42 PM
|Gary Carlsen||Alice Bettencourt|
Rick: Thanks for the catch. I have removed mine. Gary
|Tim & Grace||John Crockett obit|
I had just been elected Commander of the Legion Post in Buckfield and we provided military honors at his funeral. He was just shy of his 100th birthday, but if you count the time in the womb... he made it!
The obit was probably in the Lewiston Sun Journal, but it may have been in the Advertiser-Democrat.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Historian & Past Commander
John D. Long Post #58
Buckfield, Maine 04220
|Karen Stevens Lecours||RE: A question|
Rick I cannot tell by my photo but I will go this spring and get that for you. My home town is Temple. If I can get there before spring maybe Jan thaw I will try. You are in my book of requests for spring look-ups. Have a great day.
|brenda ball||RE: Grace G. Packard|
I looked at an enlarged version of the photo I posted, and can't make out anything more. The originals I stored on my desktop which is unassailable right now.
What I can read is: Died Jan 20, 1892
Aged 29 yrs
5 mos & (something)2 dys.
I'm pretty sure of the death date, but once I can access my desktop, I'll double check.
|Michelle Shreve||RE: Beriah|
Thanks Rick for everything! Volunteers like you are what this site is all about. I'm sure Beriah must have had a tombstone at one time. he was very well to do and had sons well off also. Maybe it has completely deteriorated? That would be a shame. I'd think he would be buried next to his wife, Lois Wells.
|Michelle Shreve||Hope Cemetery|
I was wondering if you are still taking volunteer photos in Hope Cemetery, Newark Valley, NY? Back in 2012 you took a photo for Lois Wells, #79862231. I really need a photo for her husband Beriah Wells, same cemetery. Another member submitted a photo request back in 2012, but it hasn't been fulfilled. If you are still doing these photos I would really appreciate it if you could try to find the marker for Beriah. I am doing the gen. research for my husband to join the Mayflower Society through Beriah's line and the potential tombstone dates would help me to verify his birth/death dates. Thanks so much!
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