|Carol Sisson McLeod (#47618189)|
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Please feel free to use any photos I post. It is beyond me why anyone would want to hold copyright on pictures of tombstones.|
Genealogy is about preserving the past. The spirit of genealogy should, in my opinion, be one of sharing.
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|Possum||RE: Mavis Helen Patience (née Armishaw)|
I would be happy to take a photo for you, I should be back there within a week or so. I will let you know when it's done...
Added by Possum on Feb 17, 2017 10:44 AM
If you would like a different caption on the pictures let me know. I would be happy to put post it for you
|Kevin Wanamaker||Up Date on Beers and Sisson|
Good new's I was at Woodlawn and I took one more look around the Rowe stone and I found the stones for Leonora P. Beers, Harriet N. Sisson and Courtland Beers. They are a little further up the hill and facing a way from the Rowe stone. By the time you see this message I will have put the pictures up and change the message
|Kevin Wanamaker||Leonora Beers|
I'm trying to fill your request for the Leonora Beers. Will you please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I have some question before I can your request as name is not on the gravestone. And for Harriet Beers I filled last night the dates on the stone are different from the dates on your request dates
|WintonTaylor||Vaughan & Edna Steeves|
Thanks so much for the photo you took back in May! Merry Christmas. Jason W
|SusanE||Jacob and Melissa in St. Stephen|
You are very welcome! Susan
Added by SusanE on Nov 19, 2016 8:12 AM
|Cemetery Walker||RE: Daniel and Elvira Stickney|
You are welcome... There are long inscriptions on the stone for both Daniel and Elvira. I typed most of them in. They are visible when you open the photo... Are you connected to them?
|yithio||RE: William and Mary Armishaw|
You're very welcome. Ravenscliffe is a wonderful cemetery. Remote, yes, and very small with not a lot of families represented, however it is in a small corner of a pine forest, and all the pine tree needles cover the ground. The smell is divine, I kid you not. Never experienced anything like it, to be honest, despite having camped most of my life. Along with the pine needles, there was lavender growing as well. It was a wonderful afternoon spent and I'd go back again if I'm ever in the area. It's a very peaceful place.
Added by yithio on Nov 16, 2016 2:13 PM
|Paula Crooks||Gladys Lamb|
Thanks Carol, Your photo is much better than I had. Smile, Paula
|theableys||RE: Thomas and Lucy House|
Thank you for your kind message. I am delighted that the photos have been of use to you.
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