|Lynn Feingold (#47470086)|
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My recent dive into my family's genealogy has led me to sign up as a volunteer photographer with Findagrave.com. My world changed the day I stood in a little graveyard in Middleborough, Massachusetts and saw three generations of Richmonds, my grandfathers and grandmothers, x2, x3, and x4. I hope that my photos help others feel the way I felt that day.|
I will process suggested edits but time does not usually allow for me to list a note on every memorial, or even send a note of acknowledgment. I hope you understand, and I hope you all continue to send me edits, helping to refine the memorials that I set up.
My summer project in 2011 was documenting the three cemeteries on Long Island in Casco Bay, Maine while I was there on vacation for two weeks.
I have a legal background and a penchant for dressing up in historical costumes. In my spare time, I sing traditional songs of the British Isles in various pubs and places around Massachusetts. I perform for libraries, historical societies, museums and coffeehouses. See www.songsofthecolonialdays.com for more information.
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|Karen Meyer||White Family|
I have a small album with "OLD" pictures
Modesto or Porterville CA Any ideas how to locate the descandants?
Mary"Aunt May" Elizabeth Rowland. Born 19 Dec 1876 CA. Died 7 Mar 1948 Alameda, CA. May White, of Oakland, CA., widow of Thomas White. (She made her will 01 May 1946. Her attorney, James H. GILLARD, distributed her estate on 26 Oct 1948. May was blind and left her house at 1307 58th Ave. to her friend Emma Montgomery. She was a stage actress and blamed the bright stage lights on her blindness, (she had glaucoma). Married 1908 San Francisco, CA (Age 27) to Thomas Freeman White (Son of Thatcher Freeman White and Mary Elizabeth Hill) Born12 Feb 1881 Mass. Died 12 Mar 1940 Alameda, CA.
|Anthony Skelding Clark||William Henry Paine & Wife|
Thank you for the photos of William and his wife's grave markers. It is much appreciated.
|Debora Cote||Claire Letourneau|
Thank you so much for the photo of the gravesite.
|BobB||Ledig and Rollings grave photos at Union in Holbrook|
thank you so much for their grave photos! Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by BobB on Mar 20, 2016 11:24 AM
|Bill Krebs||Lorenzo Wilbur|
I came across your memorial for Lorenzo Wilbur. Are you related to him?
Thank you so much for providing the photo of her gravestone. It is greatly appreciated!
Added by pcamp on Jul 14, 2015 6:49 PM
Thank you for taking the picture!!
|BobB||Myrtle Rollings Ledig photos|
thank you very much for the grave photos for Myrtle Rollings Ledig. Your time and effort are very much appreciated!
I have entered memorials for the five other persons on the stone and submitted photo requests for all of them. If you would like to fulfill those requests with the same photos, that would be wonderful.
Thanks again and take care.
Added by BobB on Jun 13, 2015 4:07 AM
|Larry Gaylord||Walter H. Jewett|
Lynn I want to thank you for locating and taking the pictures of Mr. Jewett's monument. They are really interesting. He was my wife's father. May I use them for my family tree?
|Debora Cote||Charles letourneau|
Thank you so much for the picture of the grave for Charles. Besides Charles, the grave has my great grandparents and several great aunts and Uncles. I am thrilled and appreciate it so much. Thank you again. Debbie
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