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|Therese Fenner Boucher (#47048783)|
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I am from Worcester, Mass, and became interested in family history and genealogy when my husband John and I moved to Wisconsin in 1982. This interest led to search for family there, as well as in cemeteries in NY and in Central New Jersey. Then in August 2013, we moved back home to Worcester.I am also a writer with a passion for family stories, historical fiction and photography. It is exciting when all of these interests come together in a cemetery. My experience reminds me of the plaque in the television show, 'Jordan' that reads, "This is where death rejoices at teaching the living".|
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|LMR||153259227 William B. Keddy|
I made a memorial for William from his obituary that stated he was buried in Rural Glen Cemetery in Hubbardston. A few years ago you posted a photo of his grave and added his wife. I was wondering if you can remember if it was definately Rural Glen Cemetery you took the photos. The reason I ask is that someone sent me a message saying they believed they saw the stone in Brookside Cemetery which is nearby. I wouldn't want to change it on that information alone. Thank You.
Added by LMR on Oct 16, 2017 1:38 PM
|Kiley Mann||Robert William Cronk|
I added his obit (page form) and his death record if you can type anything from them....onto his bio...
|Kiley Mann||Fenner and McGinnis|
I sent you a personal email on these names....
I received a message that you sponsored the memorial I created for Sr. Pauline. Would you like me to transfer her memorial to you?
|Barbara B||Hannah Fenner|
Hi! I was working on an extended family line and found a child for Benjamin S. "Uncle John" Fenner, #27080827, https://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=27080827
Infant #3 of Benjamin and Olive is named Hannah (Fenner) Richard - wife of David Richard, although I have not located her name posted in a cemetery. She was most likely buried in St. Mary's in Spencer, Massachusetts (where they lived in the 1880 census). She died on 13 Nov 1895.
|S Williams||wrong obit?|
Reading the obit you attached to https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=bodreau&GSiman=1&GScid=91125&GRid=36006595& I'm wondering if there's not two Aurelie Rousseau that married a James Bodreau. I believe the ones who lived in Northborough (and buried there) were married on 27 Aug 1898. I believe the Aurelie who was buried in Northborough had the parents Xavier and Angelique (Chabotte) Rousseau which doesn't fit this obituary. I'm still trying to piece everything together, but something is definitely off.
|Conrad Steward||RE: spinney|
You are very welcome.
|Gail A||RE: Thanks for the Forenz photo|
Added by Gail A on Mar 16, 2017 10:53 AM
Thank you Therese for transferring my grandparents to me. Now I can feel like I am getting my family together. And much blessings to your family. Carol
|carol egan||transfer of a family member|
Therese this also is a request of a transfer of a family member my gr grandmother for the same reason like Michel.
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