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Dennis Lamoureux (#46956216)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 1 day
Ron Martin
RE: Thank You
Your welcome. I'll be going out to get Olivia's photo in the next day or two. I'll have to clean it up a bit first.


Added by Ron Martin on Oct 21, 2013 11:05 AM

Jan Franco
RE: Wilson
I made the links you suggested. If you have any others please submit through SAC (edit button), and include the names in addition to number. Thanks.

Added by Jan Franco on Jul 16, 2013 11:44 AM

louise floria
RE: Ramsey
I made the link. Thanks for the info.

Added by louise floria on Jun 20, 2013 6:58 AM

L Ford
RE: Mae Belle Olin
Yes, I found Mae Belle Olin's burial place. She remarried after Dom died. Joseph B. White, a veteran of WWI, in 1923. Her grave is listed on Find-a-Grave Memorial #39996439 as Mae B. White. No picture of stone and no mention of her being married to Dom Lamoureux. Maybe someone would be nice enough to get a picture of her stone for you.

Glendale Cemetery, Okemos, Ingham, Michigan

Happy Hunting,
Lynn Ford

Added by L Ford on May 21, 2013 11:01 PM

carol smith
St. Thomas
Hi,Dennis,I don't represent anybody.I will be working with West Springfield Veterans' Agent.This was a small project that I started to find out the final resting places of W.S. Civil War soldiers. It grew until I finished walking thru all cemeteries in W.S. Here in W.S. the flaggers are volunteers too-the older ones are dying off and the young one don't have a clue were to place a flag.St. Thomas is only town cem. that has to be flagged twice.The plan for this spring is that a group of Marine cadets are going to help weedwack grass around flat markers.I also hope to borrow a metal detector to find a WWII grave that I copied last year.We have tried to find it since.but with no luck.Some people spend their retirement sitting,I have spent mine walking thru cemeteries.I have met the nicest people at St. Thomas.3 sections of St. Thomas Cem. have been checked 2 times,so they can go onto the Veterans' Office.Right now we have 2 feet of snow down there with more snow predicted.I hope that this answers your question.

Added by carol smith on Feb 20, 2013 6:03 PM

carol smith
St Thomas Cem.
Would you tell what section your Dad is buried in? We are trying to make a spread sheet of all veterans to make sure they get flagged? Thank you.

Added by carol smith on Feb 20, 2013 11:11 AM

Scottie Finney
RE: Thank You Scottie!
Your welcome. I am adding a memorial for Ida Bell Foster Rose now. His mother in Law.

Added by Scottie Finney on Dec 04, 2012 2:52 PM

Scottie Finney
Harold Harvey Memorial
I have transferred it to you since I am only related through his mother in law`s Foster side. My mother was a Foster.

Added by Scottie Finney on Dec 04, 2012 9:49 AM

Cynthia Kaley
Caroline Skiff
I noticed you have posted a memorial for someone that i had already posted in 2006. Can you please delete yours and I will add the information you have added

Thank you


Added by Cynthia Kaley on Sep 15, 2012 2:32 PM

RE: Thanks Again!
Hi Dennis!

I've been off the grid for a bit and noticed you sent a message. I am related to both Phelps and Egglestons - immediately. I also found that Eggleston's married into the Phelps family a few generations back, in the CT area. We may be related! I can at least conclude that I'm related to myself ;-)

I have a family page on MyHeritage if you're interested in taking a look. If you Google my name and the site, it should come up in search results.

Have a wonderful day!


Added by Careena on May 12, 2012 2:40 PM

RE: Dom Lamoureux
You are most welcome, Dennis! Enjoy a wonderful weekend!

Added by Careena on Apr 21, 2012 11:37 PM

RE: Norcross-West Dummerston VT
Not sure if I thanked you for transferring the stones to me. It helps alot as I can connect family members.
Marge Howe

Added by RBSconnections on Jul 09, 2011 12:28 PM

Georgia Shirley
RE: Agnes and August
Photos have been added !!!

Added by Georgia Shirley on Jul 03, 2011 1:27 PM

Georgia Shirley
RE: Thanks!
What a nice message you sent. You are very welcome. I will proably head out again tomorrow and visit a few cemeteries, Lithuanian is about a half-mile from my house, so I'll stop and take another picture. You know about hindsight, I thought about it at the time and didn't do it !!!

Added by Georgia Shirley on Jul 02, 2011 7:39 PM

RE: Norcross-West Dummerston VT
Thank you for transferring George and Helen Norcross to me. It will make it easier for me to add their children.
Marge Howe

Added by RBSconnections on Jun 22, 2011 8:06 AM

Norcross-West Dummerston VT
I have begun entering some of my families on here. I found that you have already entered the following. Would you mind making this connection to George W. Norcross.
George Washington Norcross b. 11 Dec 1846 Dummerston, VT, d. 14 Oct 1912 Dummerston. He was son of Luke [#71745423]Norcross & Louisa French Norcross [#71745501]
His wife was Helen Josephine Wilson Norcross. I think you have her also.
They are listed by you in Baptist Cemetery West Dummerston.

Thanks, Marge Howe.

Added by RBSconnections on Jun 21, 2011 3:27 PM

RE: Thanks!
And thank you for the nice post on my wall! I just started taking pictures of graves and I figured that nobody wants to go there because the mousoleum looks really expensive! Hope you like the pic. It was way too high up for me to get a better picture.

Added by Jessi-Schnittchen on Jun 16, 2011 6:50 PM

Sherrill Yescavage Smith
RE: Stanley & Mary Yesacavage Additions
Hi Dennis,
I was showing the website to my husband and he asked me if I knew what nationality our great grandmother was? The name Mustaitis almost sounds Greek. I'm assuming she was Lithuanian as well, but don't know.
Have you ever attempted to gather any additional info on when the emigrated or where they were from in Lithuania? Just wondering how far back you can go with this???

Added by Sherrill Yescavage Smith on Nov 20, 2010 7:07 PM

Sherrill Yescavage Smith
Stanley & Mary Yesacavage Additions
Hi Dennis!
It was a joy to speak with you and now to see the wonderful additions you have made to my father's side of the family tree. Thank you so much for your work in tracing the Yesacavage name--it means a great deal to me and I look forward to passing the information on to my son and brother and sister. God's richest blessings on your continual search for missing family!

Added by Sherrill Yescavage Smith on Nov 20, 2010 12:27 PM

Kimberlie Frye
W. Wilson
...yes I thought adding that cozy family photo(of you and your "cousin") would look much better. After all, I think Walter would have been so thrilled that the two of you were able to spend such quality time at his grave site. Have a wonderful week Mr. Lamoureux.

Added by Kimberlie Frye on Oct 18, 2010 2:55 PM

Vincent Lamoureux-Texas Lamoureuxs
Texas Lamoureuxs
Hello Dennis,
It has been great to establish contact with you. Thank you so much for posting your Grandfather's grave on It has been very exciting to finally (after 10 years) positively confirm our common Great granfather. I know that our ancestors are smiling down on us as we speak. I will post all the Texas Lamoureux and photos soon.

Added by Vincent Lamoureux-Texas L... on Sep 04, 2009 10:19 AM

The Angel Hunter
Mary Yescavage
I just read the bio you put up for Mary. I must say, i haven't stopped laughing yet!! Too witty.

Added by The Angel Hunter on Apr 27, 2009 7:51 PM

The Angel Hunter
I just transferred these memorials to you. No they are no related to me. I wish you luck with your further research. - Kimberly Brown

Added by The Angel Hunter on Mar 06, 2009 10:18 PM


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