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George Daigneault (#47199208)
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Maryann Tanner
Samuel Tanner
Thanks for all of your help it is very much appreciated!!

Maryann Tanner

Added by Maryann Tanner on May 19, 2014 2:07 PM

Maryann Tanner
Edward H Spencer #115796188
Just wanted to say thanks for adding Edward Sr's cemetery record. Edward was married to my 2x's gr aunt Helen Louisa Tanner Spencer. I appreciate it very much!

While I'm talking to you, I am trying to find Col Samuel Tanner's burial spot. He is my 5x's gr grandfather & served in the Revolution, he died between 1800 & 1802. His namesake is buried here at Pocassett, #114860342. Do you have any records for Samuel Sr.

Any information would be appreciated!! Tahnks for your time!

Maryann Tanner

Added by Maryann Tanner on May 16, 2014 4:17 PM

Lois Branch
James Gaddes
Thank you so much for finding the small tombstone in the Gaddes lot. I cannot thank you enough for your time and your kindness.

Added by Lois Branch on Apr 29, 2014 7:57 PM

Lanie
Pocasset Cemetery
Thank you for adding the Wilbur family grave photos from Pocasset Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!

Added by Lanie on Apr 29, 2014 7:34 PM

Virginia Meadowcroft
RE: Pocasset Cemetery
I am always pleased to see your name pop up; however could you please hurry on down to the letter "S" and the name Stone. LOL. I have plenty of ancestors in Pocasset so I'll be seeing more edits from you before you get to "S". Just stay well--- msny people are awaiting your edits!

Added by Virginia Meadowcroft on Feb 06, 2014 5:52 PM

Virginia Meadowcroft
Pocasset Cemetery
Thanks, George, for the edits on Horace Bowen et al. Having the cemetery records posted on individual memorials is very helpful but what a job for you to photograph and upload the records. Many thanks. You are a special person, indeed.

Added by Virginia Meadowcroft on Feb 06, 2014 3:56 PM

Virginia Meadowcroft
Pocasset Cemetery
Thanks, George, for the edits on Horace Bowen et al. Having the cemetery records posted on individual memorials is very helpful but what a job for you to photograph and upload the records. Many thanks. You are a special person, indeed.

Added by Virginia Meadowcroft on Feb 06, 2014 3:56 PM

Marc Bartolomeo
Bartolomeo' s etc
George,
Many, many thanks for all of your effort. Joesph & his father's, Pasquale and mother. site looks great.

Again thank you

Marc Bartolomeo

Added by Marc Bartolomeo on Jan 22, 2014 7:36 PM

Katelyn Angell
Lillian Brady
Hello George,
My name is Katelyn Angell, My Father's Name is Robert Brady His Father is Edward Brady. My Nana (Edward Brady's Wife) was Lillian Brady. I have realized that on the beautiful page that you have worked so hard for, that Lillian was once married to your Uncle Leonard Whitford. When i found this information and your note at the bottom about their divorce in 1925; i had to call my Father (Robert Brady) immediately. The reason for the emergency of the call was because i had no clue that Lillian was ever married before my Papa (Edward Brady), and i needed an explanation!!! But unfortunately, there was no explanation because come to find out, My Father didnt know either. However the most interesting of your research was that Charles Whitford(census 1925) seems to have his name changed to Charles Brady (census 1940), is this the same person. Because if so, all my uncle "Chuck's" children and grandchildren deserve to know the truth. This information does make sense to me and my Father considering the reference to Census 1940 of the Brady household. Charles Brady age 17, and then Edward Brady Jr age 10. The large gap between children is an abnormal to the trend of the others. And also Edward Brady Jr. should have been the name of the first born by tradition. So Uncle Jr. seems to be the first born of my Papa Edward Brady's. This is just a hunch please send me your thoughts and information on this matter. Its pretty shocking to us as of right now and would love/ appreciate some clarity! thank you so much! and Thank You for your Service!
kangell@mail.ccsf.edu
Katelyn Angell

Added by Katelyn Angell on Dec 01, 2013 8:56 PM

Eileen Fenner(duhaime)
RE: Alice Kerfoot Fenner
I will do that George...

Added by Eileen Fenner(duhaime) on Nov 30, 2013 4:55 PM

Eileen Fenner(duhaime)
RE: Alice Kerfoot Fenner
George, This post is not related to Find a Grave. When I mentioned you and your work to my husband, Normand Duhaime, he told me that he graduated from Mount Pleasant High School with you. Sure enough, your picture was in his Netop. Again, thanks for all your hard work.

Added by Eileen Fenner(duhaime) on Nov 30, 2013 3:02 PM

Eileen Fenner(duhaime)
RE: Alice Kerfoot Fenner
I am really looking forward to reading all the posts. Thanks again...

Added by Eileen Fenner(duhaime) on Nov 30, 2013 11:05 AM

Eileen Fenner(duhaime)
Alice Kerfoot Fenner
Thanks also for posting my grandmother's burial record. It is very much appreciated.

Added by Eileen Fenner(duhaime) on Nov 29, 2013 9:40 PM

Eileen Fenner(duhaime)
Pocasset Cemetery
Thank you George for your interest in Pocasset Cemetery. I have noted that when I visit my grandmother's grave, (Alice Kerfoot Fenner), that it is always clean of brush and easy to get to. My family really appreciates your hard work.

Added by Eileen Fenner(duhaime) on Nov 29, 2013 4:43 PM

Richard Arthur Fenner
RE: Burial Records
I'm looking forward to seeing them. I've already gleaned so info from what you have posted.

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Nov 26, 2013 5:14 PM

Richard Arthur Fenner
Suggestions
You are putting the burial records under "grave" rather than "other" making it look like there has been a grave stone photo when there has not. Also, you should not put the maiden name in parenthesis or they won't come up when some is searching that name.

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Nov 26, 2013 2:35 PM

Richard Arthur Fenner
Burial Records
Great job finding and posting these records!

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Nov 26, 2013 12:18 AM

Larry Leighton
Estens
Thank you for the photos for Alice and Walter. They were my father-in-law's parents who left him an orphan by age 11.

Added by Larry Leighton on Nov 09, 2013 10:27 AM

C Sabo
Thank you!
I appreciate your time and effort in photographing the graves of the Filteau family. Clotilde Veer was my mother's aunt -- more like a second mother -- and I appreciate your help! God bless!

Connie

Added by C Sabo on Oct 07, 2013 8:38 AM

Ms. Clyde
Arthur Plantier
Thanks for the photo; it's nice to be able to fill in some dates. What's all that white stuff on his memorial stone? Looks like cement?

Added by Ms. Clyde on Aug 19, 2013 6:45 AM

Virginia Meadowcroft
Thurber Monument at Pocasset
Thanks for the photo of the Thurber monument---lots of good information on it.

Added by Virginia Meadowcroft on Jul 20, 2013 10:31 AM

Richard Arthur Fenner
John Lewis
I deleted the one I inherited.

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Jul 11, 2013 3:22 PM

Larry Leighton
Alfred E Whitehead
Alfred died in 1973, not 1923

Added by Larry Leighton on Jul 08, 2013 12:07 PM

goldenthreads
Ralph W Combs
I certainly appreciate you linking Ralph to his parents. Bless you in your efforts onsite!!

Added by goldenthreads on Jul 07, 2013 4:48 PM

Richard Arthur Fenner
Elsa Winsor
Thanks ... she's yours!

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Jul 05, 2013 10:51 PM

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