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Beth Street (#46911381)
 member for 7 years, 6 months, 6 days
Barb Destromp
Use of my photos

Yes you may use my photos; but as long as you source me as photographer and Find a Grave as their original location, you don't have to ask me each time...

Thank you so much for being so considerate and asking permission...

Barb Destromp
Find a Grave Volunteer

Added by Barb Destromp on Apr 17, 2014 5:03 AM

Ruth Chan
RE: Photo of William G Kitcheners Gravesite
There is a section for fallen hero's in which your ancestor is a part of. The other part is a normal cemetery. As the saying goes Hit two birds with one stone, I was in the mood for searching people out in my own family was there anyways so might as well do this as well so not to waste time. It was a mild day with a little bit of rain in which I was into doing a walk about. You are quite welcome and glad i could help.

Added by Ruth Chan on Feb 03, 2014 10:48 AM

Satira Burnham

This is not your Satira Burnham and you are correct someone has made an incorrect link of daughter to mother.

Her husband was John F. Burnham.

*New Hampshire, Marriages, 1720-1920
Name: John F. Burnham
Birth Date:
Birthplace: Hopkinton, Merrimack, Nh
Spouse's Name: Satira W. Peabody
Spouse's Birth Date: 1836
Spouse's Birthplace: Antrim, Hillsboro, Nh
Spouse's Age: 22
Event Date: 12 May 1858
Event Place: Marriage Index, , Misc, New Hampshire
Father's Name: John Burnham

Here they are in the 1860 census.

*United States Census, 1860
Name: John F Burnham
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1860
Event Place: Hopkinton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 27
Race: White
Birth Year (Estimated): 1833
Birthplace: New Hampshire
Household Gender Age Birthplace
John F Burnham M 27 New Hampshire
Satira Burnham F 24 New Hampshire
Herbert Burnham M 1 New Hampshire

After Satira died in 1869 John remarried in 1872. The marriage record indicates that this John's 2nd marriage

*New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947
Name: John F. Burnham
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 15 Sep 1872
Event Place: Hopkinton, Merrimack, New Hampshire
Age: 39
Birth Year (Estimated): 1833
Father's Name: John Burnham
Mother's Name: Susan E. Wadleigh
Spouse's Name: Frances E. Richmond
Spouse's Age: 34
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1838
Spouse's Father's Name: Lauriston T.
Spouse's Mother's Name: Deborah Richmond


I hope this straightens everything out and eliminates the confusion. I will send a message to the person who linked Harriet to her, to unlink her.

Added by III on Jan 29, 2014 9:12 AM

RE: instant death of 3 children Apr 22,1892
something i see very often are children being hit by trains, second is drowning as accidental deaths.

Added by Islington on Oct 24, 2013 6:50 PM

RE: Florence Lucas
that is easy to answer: In the fall of 1892, ten years into the fifth international cholera epidemic that lasted from 1881 to 1896, fear of cholera in North America, particularly in Toronto, was full blown. Cholera had been raging in the Middle East, India, and Europe, and in Russia alone there were an estimated 300,000 deaths, but the disease had yet to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Maritime traffic of immigrants from Europe was continuous, and each migrant ship potentially carried the disease. Doctors, government officials, and politicians were not asking ‘would cholera come?' but rather, when. In the city of Toronto, no one actually got sick or died from cholera in 1892. However, the crisis and fears of imminent cholera were real. This article documents how future threats became immediate and dire concerns. My task here becomes how to write a history of an event that was shaped by urgency, immediacy, and speculation on the future. My argument will show how the geography of an epidemic is not limited to the presence of disease. How do you theorize a crisis in the absence of an actual disease outbreak? How do you theorize an event that didn't happen? This article will answer these questions and contribute to recent literature in geography that engages with life, security, and the future. Predictions about both the present and the future were speculative statements, and these statements had effects on cities and nations.

Added by Islington on Oct 24, 2013 4:34 PM

RE: The Lucas family plot
i did have them run a search for any other kitchener family members in the cemetery and that is all that came up. Have a great night.

Added by Islington on Oct 22, 2013 6:06 PM

RE: Jessie Kitchener's photo
I have a lot more for you later this evening, i got a photo copy of the plot card for p - 101 and photo of what is left of the stone. A lot of people in that plot.

Added by Islington on Oct 22, 2013 3:12 PM

RE: Sgt Harold Earl Seale
Here is a link to a better picture of Harold.

Added by Operation:PictureMe on Oct 20, 2013 7:26 AM

colin birrell
RE: crawford and stangeland photos
I happened to be home and the weather is going to get stupid so I figured I would whip over there. Glad to help.


Added by colin birrell on Oct 09, 2013 8:08 AM

RE: 2 new photos that I need that you may have
I just have to pick the photos out of the 100+ I took this am
should be with you by suppertime

Added by Alison on Oct 08, 2013 12:47 PM

RE: 2 new photos that I need that you may have
Hi Beth

Do you happen to know where the markers are in the cemetery?
If I find out in time I can run out there later this week.


Added by Alison on Oct 07, 2013 7:56 AM

Diana St Angeland
Hi Beth,
Thanks for the heads up .Correction made. Who would have guessed her last name is all one word!


Added by Alison on Oct 07, 2013 7:23 AM

Katherine Ludwig
Rebecca Billings Parsons
Rebecca's memorial has been transferred to you. She may be a part of my family, but I haven't done very much research on my Billings family in Sutton. I know that I am related to Elijah Billings who was from Sunderland, Mass, and died in Sutton in 1830, but that is about the extent of my knowledge. Much more to do with this family!

Added by Katherine Ludwig on Oct 05, 2013 6:12 PM

Barb Destromp
Use of my photos

Yes you may use my photos; but I do require that you source me as photographer and Find a Grave as their original location.

Thank you so much for being so considerate and asking permission...

Barb Destromp

Added by Barb Destromp on Oct 04, 2013 2:24 AM

RE: Getty photos
You're welcome.
Mary J Getty and her husband Leon LaPlant are buried at Hillside Cemetery in Richford, Vermont. There are memorials for them.
I'll keep an eye out for the others.

Added by Graceti on Oct 03, 2013 6:02 PM

RE: Johnson and Getty headstones
For goodness sake - take care of yourself.
Don't rush to add the memorials.

I don't recall any stone for a Weightman child, but I'll keep an eye out.

Added by Graceti on Sep 14, 2013 3:48 PM

RE: Johnson and Getty headstones
Beth, thank you very much for your offer, but it is not necessary. I truly enjoy visiting cemeteries and photographing headstones. At first it was about finding my own ancestors and it has taken off from there - almost an addiction. Many of these cemeteries are on rural country roads that I never would have been driving down, if it wasn't to visit cemeteries. I have enjoyed seeing these areas of my own province.

I have a couple more names to send to you. I did find a Catherine Johnson, wife of Merrit Colton, but upon checking the Drouin Records, it turns out she was the daughter of Alvah Johnson and Catherine Derick. I had previously photographed Alvah and Catherine's headstones and added them to existing memorials, so now I will be able to add some links to daughter Catherine.
I will add the memorial for daughter Catherine, but if you find a connection to your Johnsons, I can transfer.

Added by Graceti on Sep 14, 2013 10:33 AM

RE: East Dunham Johnson Photos
Just sent some more names through Earl's memorial, but I forgot to say - don't worry about photo requests, I'll check in a few days.

Added by Graceti on Sep 12, 2013 2:39 PM

The Old medic
Charlotte Armstrong Foulds
Thanks for the date correction.

The Old Medic

Added by The Old medic on Sep 11, 2013 11:27 AM

Barb Destromp
Photo request

Yes you may use my photos; but I do require that you source me as photographer and Find a Grave as their original location.

Thank you so much for being so considerate and asking permission...

Barb Destromp

Added by Barb Destromp on Sep 11, 2013 2:35 AM

RE: Homer Getty
You're very welcome. You waited a long time, but I found many more for you, so hopefully it was worth it.
Also buried at East Dunham Cemetery:
James and Pheby Johnson - that's the stone just behind and to the left of Homer.
William H Johnson and his wife Sarah Johnson.
Harvey Johnson and his wife Abigail Westover. Their son Oscar D, his first wife Ella M Gibson and his second wife Pamela Peters. Infant Oscar Ewan son of Oscar and Ella.
Also a daughter of Harvey and Abigail -
M Perlina Johnson, wife of Charles E Lee and their infant son Eddie.
There is also a stone for Earl T Johnson 1887-1968.

If you would like to make the memorials and let me know I will add the photos.

I also have some from Cowansville Cemetery. I'll send those names to you.

**I did not see any inscription on Homer's stone.
There is a faint image of perhaps an open heaven's gate under the At Rest and above his name.

Added by Graceti on Sep 06, 2013 2:31 PM

RE: cunningham gravestone photo
Hi Beth,
If you find more family that I can help you with just let me know. 2000 miles is a bit of a long commute!


Added by Alison on Aug 31, 2013 12:49 AM

RE: Olstead memorials
You are welcome.

I am not related to 99.99% of the folks whose names I add to Find A Grave. So I am always happy to find a family for some of them.


Added by Alison on Aug 30, 2013 1:34 PM

RE: Edmonton Municipal cemetery
Hi Beth

If you have recent burials in an Edmonton Cemetery simply email the office at they are realy good at responding if you explain that these are family members you are looking for, especialy if you are from out of town.


Added by Alison on Aug 26, 2013 7:05 AM

Edmonton Municipal cemetery
Hi Beth,

I noticed you have several photo requests for this cemetery. It is a huge cemetery many thousands of people in there. I do not know if you are aware that Edmonton Cemeteries have a searchable database on line for all the folks in their cemeteries buried more than 25 years ago.


Added by Alison on Aug 25, 2013 11:09 PM


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