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PMSmith (#47464565)
 member for 4 years, 2 months, 8 days
Francis W
Thanks but I think I will just link to yours as it seems kinda duplicitous to have 2. Again, you have been most helpful - TY

Added by Eliz on May 25, 2015 5:31 AM

Frances W, cenotaphs
Cool! I have seen cenotaphs, but didn't know the official term for them. My great-uncle has one on his parents stone, but died in WWII and is buried in Hawaii... I will upload Frances' tombstone photo to your page & delete my duplicate, if you don't mind updating his burial location on yours? Thanks much for your help

Added by Eliz on May 24, 2015 5:16 AM

Francis Woodbridge, born 1875
Francis is buried at Pine Grove Cemetery in Falmouth with his wife & son. His parents' tombstone at forest Hill cemetery in Augusta is a bit misleading b/c it says Here are remembered their other children ... Including Francis. He has 2 memorial pages as a result - please advise. Thank you. :)

Added by Eliz on May 23, 2015 7:26 PM

Lou Burns
PM Smith - Thank-You so much for the picture of the headstones for Dr. Cyrus Briggs and Louisa Briggs.

Added by Lou Burns on May 16, 2015 8:21 AM

Thank you!
Thank you so much for this photo!! I knew once I could see a photo I would see it says her husband was George P (not F) I am pretty sure we just located my 4GGrandma. Thank you for your time!!

Added by SherryK on May 03, 2015 7:59 AM

Caoirigh Dubh
Thanks so much for the transfer.

Added by Caoirigh Dubh on Apr 29, 2015 6:00 AM

Horace L.
Peter, Thanks so much for your prompt reply and for your transfer of the Pikeís. Also, a big thank you for the time and effort youíve spent photographing headstones in your area and creating these memorials. Itís truly a wonderful gift to those of us researching our families from afar. Keep up the good work! Millie

Added by MHJ on Mar 20, 2015 6:07 AM

Pat Mowins
Roland Dorman grave memorial # 88922348
Roland's father was Henry James Dorman. Henry's first wife was Ella M. Moran Dorman( Roland's mother). I have searched numerous cemeteries in Aroostook County where my mother was born(Ashland) and cannot find my grandfather's grave.
When you are searching cemeteries could you check for Henry J. Dorman's grave location? He was remarried and I don't know his second wife's name.
Thanks for anything you can tell me.
Pat Mowins Woods #47719486 in North Carolina

Added by Pat Mowins on Mar 16, 2015 6:19 AM

lisa lord
Leona norris
Thank you very much

Added by lisa lord on Feb 06, 2015 4:52 AM

lisa lord
Leona norris
This is my great grandmother, would you be willing to sign her over to me

Added by lisa lord on Feb 05, 2015 4:09 PM

Henry Merrill
thank you all the same for taking the time to photograph his grave

Added by ds4u6785 on Jan 18, 2015 3:31 PM

1st Lt Henry Merrill
are you a descendant of Henry Merrill buried in Oak Grove cemetery Gardiner,Me.? Thanks D

Added by ds4u6785 on Jan 18, 2015 10:44 AM

Bill Hallett
RE: Kirkwood

Ok, I can confirm some info.

In the book: Newburyport in the Civil War (1903) by George W. Creasey

page315 -

Kirkwood, Henry C. - Res. Newburyport. Born in Kilworth, Ireland, Dec 22, 1839. Son of Thomas and Kate (Linehan) Kirkwood. Enlis. at Newburyport, mus. Oct 29th, 1862, Priv. Co C, 8th Reg. Inf., M.V.M., [Mass Volunteer Militia] for 9 mo. With regiment in North Carolina. Dish. Aug 7th, 1863. Exp service. Re-enlis. at Newburyport, mus. Nov 20th, 1863, Priv. Co H, 3rd Reg. Mass H.A. [Heavy Artillery] for 3 yrs. In the defences of Washington, DC. Promoted to corporal, 1864. Disch. for disab. May 27th, 1865.

Let me know if you have any questions.


Added by Bill Hallett on Jan 03, 2015 7:38 AM

Bill Hallett
RE: Kirkwood

I hang out in the Archival Center in the Newburyport (MA) Public Library.

The photo I added to his grave had info on the back that he was the brother of a local man and contained the info I gave you.

If you have sources, go with them. I don't alway know where these photos came from and there's always room for error.


Added by Bill Hallett on Jan 03, 2015 7:29 AM

Bill Hallett

I'm Bill Hallett of Newburyport, MA. I've written one book on the Civil War and while working on another, I stumbled upon info on one of your graves.

H.C. Kirkwood
Co C
8th MA Inf.

My info states he was born in 1838 in Ireland. He was born Hugh Graham Kirkwood and was married to Anna Elizabeth Forrester Gray.

I am not a relation, but thought you might wish to update your info.


Added by Bill Hallett on Jan 02, 2015 12:55 PM

Thank You.
Thank you for the recent transfers.

Added by Perkins/Winter on Jan 01, 2015 5:11 PM

Thank You!
Thank you for the transfer, and providing it so quickly.
Debra Ann account#48495444

Added by Perkins/Winter on Dec 27, 2014 7:16 PM

Lemieux Family
Thanks so much for the transfers!

Added by MJ_MW on Dec 23, 2014 2:27 PM

Thank you so much for making the changes I requested for my great uncle and his wife. Feel free to transfer them to me if possible.

Memorial# 139456785 Joseph Irenie Thomas Lemiuex
Memorial# 139456800 Elizabeth M Witherall Lemieux

Happy Holidays to you and your family!

Added by MJ_MW on Dec 23, 2014 4:49 AM

Information Question.
Did you receive transfer request to go to Account#48590898 within the past couple of weeks?
The Account# had a name, now says Anonymous.
Any information you can provide would be most helpful.

Added by Perkins/Winter on Dec 18, 2014 6:43 AM

RE: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter
Correction, make that oldest stone 1814.

Added by TheGhost on Dec 08, 2014 2:20 PM

RE: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter
Glad to have helped out. Most of the remaining two hundred of so memorial without pictures (minus the 2014 interments) are either not there, unreadable, or have no marker. I spent several hours with Steve Gudroe (sexton) last summer going through the cemetery file boxes without a lot of success. I think we have all done what we can to provide a verifiable, updated burial listing on Find A Grave.

Just finished updating the West Ripley Cemetery yesterday from pictures I took in September. You do great work for Find A Grave and really appreciate your help as well.

I recently emailed the Corinna town office asking for the establishment date for the cemeteries, but no known data is available. I think the Village Cemetery is the latest and have some questions about a few memorials that can't be found. Burrill's seem to have the oldest stone of 1914, but recall reading that it was moved there from Mass. years after the family migrated to Maine. My thinking is that it was established abt. 1846-1848. Have you ever come across anything on this? Anyway!
Have a great holiday season.

Added by TheGhost on Dec 08, 2014 2:14 PM

Marian Woodman Flaherty
Williamsons at Forest Lawn
Thank you for your prompt attention to my link requests for the Williamsons. It was much appreciated.Marian Woodman Flaherty

Added by Marian Woodman Flaherty on Dec 01, 2014 10:06 PM

In love
RE: Morgans
Thank you! :)

Added by In love on Nov 30, 2014 3:39 PM

Winged Spur
John Moore
Thanks so much for connecting GG-GF with his father and mother.

Click: John Moore

Added by Winged Spur on Nov 28, 2014 4:13 PM


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