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Angelina Wilson (#47527535)
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Michel Lamoureux
RE: Roham Lamoureaux
Can you help with the family of Exeas (Exyert), to you?

Added by Michel Lamoureux on Feb 07, 2015 6:12 PM

Always with Love
RE: One for your serial killer list
Thanks for thinking of me. I notice you collect wrestlers, too. Check out my collection and help yourself. God bless!

Added by Always with Love on Jul 22, 2014 1:47 PM

HaleyCookFromMaine, With LOVE
RE: Velma Brown
Hi, :)

I do not know them, but I live nearby to Fayette, Maine, in the town of Jay. The stories of Velma Brown can not be missed, her and her pet monkey. :)

Added by HaleyCookFromMaine, With ... on Jun 07, 2014 1:06 PM

Amma & Ruth Mitchell
In adding dates to these memorials, you have them both born on the same date, different years. Just checking to confirm that this is correct. Thanks.

Added by Lucy on Jan 21, 2014 1:31 PM

Grant W. Sullivan
RE: Hi received your email.
Re: Delia (Vadenais) Fanion

Hi Angelelina,

I think you should convert the Memorial for Delia (Vadenais) Fanion to a memorial for Delia (Bibeault) Vadenais:

Delia (Bineault) Fanion:
Birth 09 Sep 1869 in Douglas, Worcester,
Massachusetts, USA
Death 1946
Wife of Felix Vadenais.
Mother of Delia (Vadenais) Fanion.

I have from several sources that Delia (Vadenais) Fanion died in Roxbury, MA, in 1989, but I really don't know where she's buried.

I am not related to the Fanion's, so no need to transfer ownership to me.

I do have Wilson-Bailey cousins in PA, descended from Benedict-Olmsted (or Olmstead) families of Long Island and CT. The Olmsted/Olmstead's were cousins to the designer of Boston's Emerald Necklace and NYC's Central Park, having married one of my distant Benedict great-grand aunts.


Added by Grant W. Sullivan on Jan 16, 2014 8:32 PM

RE: Memorial# 20558410 Amma Mitchell
Look at the top right of the memorial under the "edit" tab. You can make suggested corrections there. Thanks.

Added by Lucy on Jan 14, 2014 7:03 PM

Angelina Hemingway headstone

I would like your permission to use your photograph of the headstone for Angelina Hemingway. I would like to attach it to her Ancestry entry in my family tree.

Added by WMitch6 on Dec 28, 2013 1:19 PM

Spaceman Spiff
RE: Leon Albert Currier
Then all I can suggest is that perhaps this is not the correct cemetery. (?) Have you checked with the person who created the entry, to make sure she recorded it to the right location?
Good luck.

Added by Spaceman Spiff on Oct 03, 2013 10:43 PM

Bob L.
RE: Richard Wilson
You're welcome. I was touched by your photo request. Glad I could help. Bob

Added by Bob L. on Sep 19, 2013 10:34 AM

Dj Bonner
RE: Baker family of Maine
Angelina, Great, we are probably cousins! Are you a member of My family tree is there. Looking forward to sharing information with you! Donna Jean

Added by Dj Bonner on Jul 28, 2013 7:36 AM

Mary S.
RE: Clarence Gendron
You're welcome! I knew you had some Gendrons in that area...

Added by Mary S. on May 15, 2013 4:29 PM

Mary S.
Clarence Gendron
Hi Angelina!
I know you're researching some Gendrons in the area and saw this not-yet-indexed birth record on Family Search and thought of you - hope it's helpful! ;-)

Added by Mary S. on May 15, 2013 11:39 AM

Kenneth White
RE: Schmidt and Cox photos
Yes,Maxine married Bertran Hunt. Bert is my mother's brother. Next time i see Calvin i'll ask who his parents are.

Added by Kenneth White on May 07, 2013 8:41 PM

Kenneth White
RE: Schmidt and Cox photos
I didn't know your grandfather. I knew a Maxine Schmidt (1938-1993)who married my uncle. Also a high school friend Calvin Schmidt who is about 65 Possibly related.

Added by Kenneth White on May 06, 2013 5:45 PM

Kenneth White
RE: Schmidt and Cox photos
Glad to help.
Back in the 1950s i lived across the street from Frank Cox(Edson&Hazels son)in East Livermore,and went to school with his children. Frank is buried in Pleasant Valley just a few lots away from your grandfather. Next time i'm near there i'll get a photo for you.

Added by Kenneth White on May 05, 2013 11:54 PM

RE: Sarah Wilson Lindner
You're very welcome! Glad I could help out.

Added by psc on Apr 27, 2013 9:22 PM

Mary S.
RE: Albert Lamoreaux
Glad you got them okay! :-)

Added by Mary S. on Apr 01, 2013 4:39 PM

Mary S.
The blind one is a rooster, and a sweetheart! The hen is just elderly and the last of her flock (my original hens were all Dominiques - now, except for her, I only have Russian Orloffs). She keeps an eye out for him (she always was a motherly thing), so that works out well.

No farm, but it is pretty "country" around here. :-)

And it's not an exception exactly - I just don't get around to listing everyone as friends. Some people I communicate with often - or have reason to look at their listings fairly often (like my sister, who loves to do photography, but has no interest in genealogical research), and I can't always remember their Find A Grave user name. :-)

Added by Mary S. on Mar 29, 2013 9:14 PM

Mary S.
The indoor rooster doesn't crow a lot (and he is downstairs - my husband can't even hear him usually, but my hearing is a little better). I usually hear the outdoor roos first anyway.

Yes, Greyhounds are a marvelous breed. I miss having one - we had had a succession of them for over 35 years! But we're taking a break from dog ownership. The last two really put us through the wringer when they got old and sick. And money is tight. I don't want to make a financial commitment right now. Maybe eventually...

I don't actually "friend" (officially) too many people here. Just don't think of it usually. The ones I do have are people I work with for the most part (like my sister). I will add you, though. :-)

Added by Mary S. on Mar 29, 2013 6:28 PM

Mary S.
I was looking back at the correspondence we had a year ago (a little more). Lots of changes.

We lost Max the greyhound not too long after. Just plain old age. Then got another rabbit, which was SUPPOSED to be the angora I'd been wanting (for both fiber and temperament), but wound up being a mini-lop with an attitude that a friend wanted to rehome. This bunny lives in our living room, so she can be a part of our day to day lives, which she LOVES - more chance to manipulate us. Oh well! LOL

Our first bunny, being the quiet type, enjoys living in our finished basement with an elderly hen and a blind rooster, because it's out of the way and quieter down there. We spend time with him, but aren't "in his face" (as he would see it) all the time. Funny how different their personalities are! :-)

My husband is now volunteering as a driver for the Senior Center - we call it "driving Miss Daisy," as he brings people to their doctor's appts. It's gets him out of the house doing something useful - and they pay mileage, which is good as we certainly couldn't afford the gasoline for it otherwise!

And I'm just plodding along - LOL! Hope all is well with you.

Added by Mary S. on Mar 29, 2013 6:46 AM

Mary S.
RE: Albert Lamoreaux
I can only read part of it online (although I've gotten pretty good at tweaking the search criteria to view the parts I want without paying for it), but I have a friend who can (probably) get the full one for me, and I'll send it to you. :-)

Added by Mary S. on Mar 29, 2013 6:34 AM

Mary S.
RE: Albert Lamoreaux
Well, the obituary had Lamoreaux (without the "u") and the markers have that as well. But the death record transcription (on Family Search) has Lamoureaux, so I really don't know which is correct. If you know he used it one way, and want to go that way, I won't say anything! (grin) It's one of the Find A Grave "rules" that can make me a little crazy sometimes. When the French first came here, the town clerk, AND the stone carvers, clearly didn't know how to spell French names, so there are some serious misspellings on some markers and in some of the vital records. That we are REQUIRED to use that misspelling (making it more difficult for family members to find their ancestor), seems a little strange, but it's their bat and ball... What're you gonna do? LOL

Added by Mary S. on Mar 28, 2013 9:09 PM

Mary S.
No rush - I just had it on my mind because of the other graves turning up! :-) Well, Max is moving a little better, but he's still an old dog (15 in the Spring, which is about normal for a greyhound - they often live to about 15-16 or even older). Hard to see my bouncy boy changing before my eyes...

Added by Mary S. on Feb 05, 2012 6:04 PM

Mary S.
RE: reentered request
That's wonderful! I'll check them out. :-) Max is doing a little better, but I'm still very tied to the house until he's better able to be left alone. (I'm climbing the walls just a bit - LOL!)

Did you find any more about your Gendrons? Another Find A Grave person found some more Manchester Gendrons for me. I don't know if they are related to the husband of David's great-aunt, but they are connected in another way. David's grandmother was pressured into a marriage at age 16 - went through the ceremony, then refused to leave with her "husband." This is THAT family, including the young man (not so young when he died!) himself. Now if I can just figure out how all the Gendrons connect...

Stay well!

Added by Mary S. on Feb 05, 2012 10:43 AM

Steve Whitney
RE: Thank you
You're very welcome. I found another Lamoreaux (Albert A.) in that cemetery and will add his marker in case they're related.

Added by Steve Whitney on Feb 04, 2012 6:50 PM


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