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PupDawg (#46990892)
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Rachel Gillooly
Clemon Boone
He was the brother to Adline Moore (Boone) she is buried in (Junction City Kansas) She was originally from Florida.

Added by Rachel Gillooly on Aug 27, 2016 11:00 PM

RE: Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park
Looks like map was accepted.
Could you let me know if there is a difference in viewing what I sent and what is posted? I'm guessing you can zoom in better?
Glad to have been a help.

Added by BobBoston on Aug 11, 2016 8:06 AM

RE: Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park
Email me with your email addy. I will send you a copy.

Added by BobBoston on Aug 10, 2016 8:06 PM

Jane Wescomb
RE: Andrew Robinson
You are correct. Do you know if all the burials are accounted for at this spot? As I have a death record for Andrew J Robinson that states he was laid to rest at Tewkswbury State Infirmary.
Jane W

Added by Jane Wescomb on Jul 19, 2016 2:09 AM

Mark Casey
RE: Richard Treat
Thank you - those articles would be extremely helpful. Please send them to

I've made contact with the person who posted the information on the grave marker in Marblehead and she is going to do some checking at the high school.

Ancestry has led me to a family tree, but the creators have yet to respond - still trying to make contact.

I've also send an inquiry to the genealogy researchers at Mount Auburn, they have yet to respond.

Anything you can send along is much appreciated.


Mark Casey

Added by Mark Casey on Jul 12, 2016 6:00 PM

Mark Casey
Richard Treat
I am looking for biographical info - specifically a photo of Richard Treat, whose grave you have discovered at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA

Mr. Treat was MIA, along with my uncle and four others, in a training accident aboard at B-26 lost in the Gulf of Mexico in December of 1942.

There is developing information about this tragedy, including the discovery of the missing aircraft. I am hoping to share that information with Sgt. Treat's surviving kin.

Hope you can help.

Mark Casey

Added by Mark Casey on Jul 12, 2016 1:17 PM

Jack Parker
RE: Shirley Parnell
Wow. I missed the entire family, you obviously have some knowledge of them, going to let you create the memorials.

There are marker stones for:
Fire Chief Ernest
Joseph and Eleanor already have memorials - I'm happy to transfer them to you if you like.


Added by Jack Parker on Jun 26, 2016 9:58 AM

Jack Parker
RE: Shirley Parnell
Lot 853, facing Poplar avenue.

Added by Jack Parker on Jun 18, 2016 4:12 PM

m g
RE: Mary Murphy
You're welcome.

Added by m g on Jun 18, 2016 5:08 AM

Jack Parker
RE: Shirley Parnell
I see you know more about that family, with only first names, I probably ignored the headstone all together. The cemetery manager indicates that he was the fire chief. I'll go back tomorrow and add photos for Rita and Kathleen - I think there are a few more stones there as well.

Jack Parker

Added by Jack Parker on Jun 18, 2016 5:01 AM

Jack Parker
Shirley Parnell
Camatery manager found her in the records at this lot. (853). I would never have made the connection otherwise.

Added by Jack Parker on Jun 17, 2016 6:19 PM

Rita Seery Davis
Callanan & Manning headstones
Thank you VERY MUCH for getting the pictures of the Callanan & Manning headstones. This is very much appreciated! Will you be going back to New Calvary Cemetery soon. I have some photo requests for "Devine" ancestors for the cemetery also.

The headstone photos you took are really going to help me and my cousins piece together more pieces of our ancestors giant puzzle. The dates that are on the headstones are dates we have been looking for.


Added by Rita Seery Davis on May 27, 2016 9:58 AM

Thomas Hartshorn
RE: Nicholas Noyes
I believe Andover is correct. He was born in Newbury, Essex, MA 7 Mar 1701. He died in Andover, Essex, MA 17 May 1765. Headstone shows he died in 64th year of his life.
Vital Records of Andover, MA show his death there on 17 May 1765

Added by Thomas Hartshorn on May 09, 2016 2:04 PM

Rick Weaver
RE: Parnell
You're most welcome. Fulfilling Photo Requests is my favorite part of Find-A-Grave!

Rick Weaver

Added by Rick Weaver on Apr 11, 2016 6:52 AM

Jack Parker
RE: Riverview in Groveland
Went to St Patricks today. Photographed your two Brandolinis. Appears to be a Catholic cemetery, over half the names are Italian, another fifth are Eastern European. I didn't see other Brandolinis there.

Added by Jack Parker on Apr 10, 2016 7:29 PM

Jack Parker
RE: Riverview in Groveland
It's always nice to have someone take an interest in what you've been working on, makes one feel like someone cares. ;-) If the weather is nice, I'll pop up there tomorrow.

Jack Parker

Added by Jack Parker on Apr 09, 2016 3:28 PM

Jack Parker
RE: Riverview in Groveland
I thought I was done, but when checking my photographs discovered that I had missed three blocks - the rough time frame for those would be 1880-1950, probably 200 graves or so. They are on my todo list. By all means check with the cemetery, Bob Guptil has been very supportive. We don't see a lot of Italian surnames showing up until the 20th century.

Going over the cemetery map of those blocks, I don't see any plots marked Brandolini, which doesn't mean much.

Groveland can be confusing. It used to be called East Bradford. Bradford itself is now part of Haverhill. Groveland is made up of land "taken" from Rowley, Ipswich and Georgetown - and perhaps Newbury - depending on your time frame, you may want to consider those towns as well. Groveland came into being officially in 1850.

Looking at Shirley, I should have run across her. John Gibney, who created the memorial, is not mistake-prone. The most recent section of the cemetery I photographed between snow coverings and I need to go back and do the markers that are flush with the ground as many were either covered in snow or frozen runoff. I will keep my eye open for her and other Brandolinis.

A tool I find useful when looking for cemeteries in the vicinity is:

And, of course, you can always search the entire county from Find A Grave. There are two Brandolinis listed in St. Patricks Cemetery in Haverhill, Agostina and Torino. See memorials #135971197 and #135971207 - perhaps I should have started this note with that. ;-)

Let me know if I can help in any way.

Jack Parker

Added by Jack Parker on Apr 08, 2016 3:41 PM

MC Fresne
Lyon (La Guillotiere) Old Communal Cemetery

Your photos for this cemetery are not the good ones. These are photos from the Old Cemetery ("Ancien Cimetière") in Villeurbanne, Rhône, Rhône-Alpes, France.


Added by MC Fresne on Mar 26, 2016 10:14 AM

John and Patrick Murphy St Joseph's
The records office does not have an interment book for the years 1913 and 1914. If someone else is buried with John and Patrick we would be able to find them that way, otherwise, there is no way of knowing where in the cemetery they are.

Added by Alexis on Mar 10, 2016 2:54 PM

Judy Miller
RE: Thank you
There was something about his face/eyes that told me he was a sweetie.
You are most welcome. Glad I could do something to make your loss a little less sad.

Added by Judy Miller on Mar 07, 2016 9:12 PM

Walter Guptill
Can not thank you enough for taking the photo's of the Dizer Family headstone for me. It was very nice to get the perspective of the two stones. I don't think that Margaret and Sam's son, now 88, who I recently have visited, knew about the other stone. Or at least remembered it being there. He will be thrilled to have this picture, as am I. I'm off today, visiting a cemetery in Maine to find and take a photo for someone. Paying it forward. Again, thank you!


Added by Walter Guptill on Mar 04, 2016 8:54 AM

Dennis McWilliams
Louis Phillip Provenchia, Memorial No 132937662
Could you please transfer this memorial to me? Louis Phillip Provenchia was my great grandfather. Thank you.

Added by Dennis McWilliams on Mar 01, 2016 8:28 PM

Walter Guptill
RE: Memorial 142818210 - Alexander Dizer
That would be so very much appreciated, weather permitting, I understand! FYI, I was found the son of Samuel K. and Margaret recently and visited him. He's 88 and living in Florida. He recalls that the headstone has names and dates for his father, mother, grandmother and Uncle Alexander. He does not remember any other stones. I will be sure to share the pictures with him if you are able to get them. Again thank you!

Added by Walter Guptill on Mar 01, 2016 3:13 PM

Walter Guptill
RE: Memorial 142818210 - Alexander Dizer
Hi Pupdawg,

At your suggestion I finally got around to contacting Nancy at Mt. Feake cemetery. She was very, very helpful. Found that Alexander had actually been moved from a single grave to the grave he is currently in with his mother, brother, and sister in-law. I also asked her about any other head stones and she actually sent someone out there to look. This is what Nancy had to say... " There is a central monument (with names on it) in the middle of the lot and a slant marker in the back with Alexander’s name on it."

I'm guessing that the names are maybe on the back of the monument that you took the picture of. The "slant marker" is what has me confused.

Thank you for your help.


Walter Guptill

Added by Walter Guptill on Mar 01, 2016 11:09 AM

Molly H.
William Walsh
Thank you very, very much for the transfer. I am very grateful for your volunteer work, for your creation of the memorials, and for your generosity in transferring.
Thank you very much for your kindness!

Added by Molly H. on Feb 27, 2016 2:18 PM


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