|annemarie naphen (#46973685)|
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|My name is Anne-Marie and I have been working on a family tree for over 5 years now. I do have a few pictures of graves of my family and I will add them to my page. I have started to document some of the graves in my town as well. There is alot of history in this part of the country we have graves dating back to the Mayflower.I am also willing to help folks out who may live somewhere else. |
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|Eileen Gillette||Sherman Photo|
First thank you for putting up the headstone photo of John Sherman, memorial 42291689, secondly would you please remove the photo for Henry Sherman that you also put up on John's memorial, it doesn't belong there, thanks, Eileen
|Hal||tranfer memorials Lakenham Cemetery|
I would like to ask if you could transfer Russell F. Shurtleff and Harold A. Shurtleff in Lakenham Cemetery to be maintained by me.
Added by Hal on Feb 13, 2015 8:55 PM
|Deborah Tripp Probert||#41301145 Deborah Thayer Churchill|
I'm confused as to the added surname "Harley" to the Findagrave post for my 5th great-grandmother Deborah Thayer Churchill's name & believe it is an error!? Deborah is the dau. of Isaac & Deliverance Parlour Thayer of Carver, Mass., & m. Capt. Perez Chuchill. Also, I have her death as 1888, not 1885. Could that be a misread of the old headstone? Thank you for your clarification :)
Deborah Tripp Probert
|Jen||Henrietta Eddy Shurtleff|
Would you mind adding the photo you have of the headstone to her son William H Donehue's memorial I created #128733748 , he is named on the headstone. Thank you very much. Jen
Added by Jen on Apr 29, 2014 10:37 AM
Thank you Sandra for the plot information for Emma Lees. I don't know who she is, I just took some photos while I was at the cemetery in hopes they might help someone with their genealogy search. I have no idea how to go about finding Plot numbers etc. Nothing was marked and most of the graves in this cemetery aren't even readable. Too much Lichen and moss etc.
|Sandra Lennox||RE: last message|
I am sorry if I sounded nasty to you.
I have many updates in my e-mails which I had
sent to you. All have never been updated nor have
you responded to me in any way.
I am not saying that people do not make mistakes.
We all make mistakes, we are all human.
It takes time to send an update to a person, many times additional research is done. When it gets meet with no response it is very frustrating. Your memorials that I sent updates to are connected to my memorials, when you do not do links, correct information, etc. it effects other memorials. This is not a current problem it has been happening for a long time and other volunteers feel the same way, you do no do the updates. I believe in the cooperative spirit of this site and it helps many people who are looking for family and ancestors.
When possible I will go through my edits and resend them to you.
|Sandra Lennox||Updates not done|
I have sent you MANY updates with sources for many of your memorials but they just get ignored.
It is VERY frustrating! Even the simplest of updates like the correction of the spelling of a person's
name does not get done.
We are all suppose to work together on this site.
If you disagree with the updates that I send, you
can AT LEAST respond to me and let me know why.
You are responsible for all the memorials that you
enter on this site. If you are sent an update it is
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to respond!
I will be sending your updates to the administration if a response is not answered within
the required amount of time.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Abijah|
Thank you, sweet lady, again. I searched Thatcher but did not find Hannah. Would you keep an eye out for her? 1794-1876. Blessings!!
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Tillson transfers|
Thank you, dear lady!!
|treerpgmo||RE: atwood in Carver|
Yes they are descendants of the BEAL family --- see my BEAL virtual cemetery. It would appear that Luther Sr. ATWOOD (1793-1870) was the earliest member of the ATWOOD family in Carver. His parents were from Plympton.
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