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Shortly after our daughter was killed in a car accident, I found her memorial. I was surprised, and grateful, that someone took the time to do that. If you'd like to stop by and visit with Kristi , just use this link. She is a wonderful soul. I'm certain she is still here with us.|
My dad was from Canada and my mom from Salem, Mass. although her roots were Irish. (She enjoyed sharing that she went sledding on Gallow's Hill.) I have lived in New England nearly all of my life. Different addresses have added many "flowers" to my bouquet of friends.
I enjoy helping folks connect with their past and am thrilled when I get a note of "I wondered where he/she was" or "I didn't know about him/her." So please share with me any thoughts you have.
It is much easier making corrections if you would please use the appropriate tab on a memorial, something I truly appreciate.
Stay well ... and be safe. I leave lines of communication open; and hope that you will do the same.
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|MICHAEL HILL||RE: Updates|
i wish i could upload my tree,i have run into many of my family tree when i am checking for info to fill in missing data,my hands are bad and can not type for long,i try to fill in info and tie in the families i run across,sometimes it may not be all the info but i try to fill in want i have,if anyone wishes some info they can e-mail me email@example.com it may take some time to reply,i am working with my veggie beds growing tomatoes right now for our church food pantry.Michael
|Shan Clark||RE: Charles SKOOLICAS|
GenealogyBank is not a free source site, so I could not access the edit supporting material you sent me for Charles. I have added a note in his bio section.
|Shan Clark||Charles Skoolicas #181850476|
You sent me edits for birth place and place of death. I had confirmed the place of birth, but I can not find any record to confirm place of death. The SSDI gives last residence as Nashua, but that does not also mean place of death. Can you send me a source to cite in order to confirm the place of death? Thank you!
|Trisha||RE: Genevieve GARDNER|
You had Manning, I sent a change to Gardner, But one way of the other, it is correct now. Thanks.
Added by Trisha on Sep 11, 2017 5:10 PM
|Shan Clark||RE: FAG Guidelines|
I have an IPad with me when I go into a cemetery. I carefully check each cemetery on Find a Grave for a name before I create a memorial. That means I am finding a headstone in a cemetery before I am creating a memorial. I then add the photos (if they are good enough due to sun, shade, clarity, etc- some take 1 or 2 more trips to get a good photo as I am not a professional photographer). Find a Grave specifies that if someone has created a memorial with "burial unknown" that my memorial where I have found the headstone takes precedence to the burial unknown. I can not take all the time it takes to search for any possible memorial someone has created that has the wrong spelling on name, wrong dates, or burial unknown or burial in the incorrect cemetery. I am simply going through a cemetery and finding the headstones.
|Shan Clark||RE: FAG Guidelines|
Why are you sending this to me?
|Pat Van Den Berghe||RE: Thank you|
She is easy to remember. I cant even imagine what her loss did to your family.
|Barb OD||RE: Jean Herrick|
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Feb. 14, 2005
Added by Barb OD on Jun 10, 2017 2:53 PM
|Linda D ||James L Kelso #130444271|
I am Linda D #48635352. Would you mind transferring Jimmy to me. We were first cousins and I have the information on dates, children, family, and a info for a bio. Thank you for your consideration in this.
Added by Linda D on Apr 05, 2017 6:18 PM
|Linda Hiross||Thomas Townsend|
Thanks for the added data; it certainly seems to fit the timeframe so I have added it at the end of his bio as updated information. Appreciate you taking the time to share what you found.
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