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Melissa (#47285823)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 23 days
Lynda Duncan Miles
RE: Regarding memorial page Jean Fuller, # 124151720)
Hello. I didn't know your grandmother. If you noticed in the bio, it listed the link to her bio. When it is someone I feel special or a special warmth for, I will go above and beyond to find family and connect them through Ancestry records, etc. I will happily transfer her to your loving care. You were very fortunate to have such a wonderful grandmother. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Lynda Miles, member #47070549

Added by Lynda Duncan Miles on Mar 19, 2015 12:53 AM

John Thomas Brieger
RE: Regarding memorial page
Hi Melissa,

The memorial originator, Emory, and I were cousins and shared several thousand relatives that we have traced. After his untimely death at a young age, I inherited several of his memorials for caretaking, including your grandfather. However, I am not aware of any direct link to Charles.

Regards, John

Added by John Thomas Brieger on Mar 10, 2015 9:48 PM

D Poulin
RE: Oliver T. Fuller
Hi Melissa,
I am still not sure that his wife is actually buried there, but am going to post the photo of the stone fragment that is placed beside where Oliver is buried. I'm originally from the greater Boston area. Live here since 1988.
Donna

Added by D Poulin on Oct 30, 2012 8:59 AM

D Poulin
Oliver T. Fuller
Did you by chance request the headstone photograph for Oliver and Lydia Fuller? I took the photograph of Oliver, but saw that Lydia had moved (I researched that)There is a partial piece of stone beside him. It is possible, that Lydia IS buried there, but the stone broke or has deteriorated.

Added by D Poulin on Oct 29, 2012 9:51 AM

 
 

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