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Martha Grabke (#47623186)
 member for 4 years, 10 months, 24 days
William Frawley
The graves are located in the old section of the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. If you look at the cemetery listing and photos, a more exact location is given. Since there were only four marked graves in the old section, it was decided not to give each cemetery its own name.

Added by William Frawley on Jun 19, 2014 5:59 PM

William Frawley
RE: Mary & Jonathan Andrews
I spoke with residents of Pleasant Ridge and a member of the Old Canada Historical Society and on 6/18 we are to look at three or four unnamed cemeteries in the area. I am told that we will probably find an Andrews plot in one of them.We'll let you know!

Added by William Frawley on Jun 12, 2014 9:24 AM

William Frawley
RE: Mary & Jonathan Andrews
I have also made some inquiries to the FindAGrave contributor(Lin), the Old Canada Rd Historical group and Pleasant Ridge town office. I would really like to figure out in what cemetery the person took the photograph of Jonathan Andrews grave! If I learn anything, I will let you know. Thanks for replying.

Added by William Frawley on Jun 10, 2014 8:14 AM

Liz L.
RE: Russell
Hi Martha,
I added photos for one or two more Russells who are not buried with the others in Arlington, as well as adding new photos for some of the Russells for whom I had already added a photo. I took the photos last year, but just had the chance to sort and upload them today. Hope you find them useful.


Added by Liz L. on May 17, 2013 4:48 PM

RE: Shattuck
Dear Martha,

You are very welcome. If you could please leave your requests on the photo requests list, so others who come after you looking for those Shattucks will learn that there are no gravestone for them.


Added by Nanny on Jan 19, 2013 11:51 AM

Shattuck graves in Watertown, Mass.
The only Shattucks that seem to have stones are 2 Johns and 2 Williams.

This very old graveyard has lots of old stones, but also lots of open space where there are probably graves but with no stones or markers. In the past I have tried to find some of the graves requested with no luck. This week I discovered that a Harvard graduate made transcriptions of all the stones that could still be read in the mid-19th century before he died prematurely. Sixteen years later a friend or relative organized the transcriptions, added research on the those named on the stones, indexed it, and had it published in 1869 as Epitaphs from the old burying ground in Watertown.
If you wish to pursue this further, I ask that you call the Watertown DPW and ascertain that indeed this person in buried there and HAS a gravestone, then let me know, I will gladly go searching for it and take a photo for you with pleasure.

Added by Nanny on Nov 10, 2012 6:28 PM

RE: Southwell
You are welcome for the photo.

Added by kaj9488 on Aug 13, 2012 7:10 AM

Rick Weaver
RE: Luther Hemenway
You're Welcome!

I'm sorry that the photos didn't come out well but it was an old stone and the cemetery is in a place that might be considered to be "off the beaten track". Believe it or not it's still an active cemetery with current burials! It's obviously been damaged and the restoration was mediocre but it is what it is.

I'm glad we got the photo when we did - I'm not sure how much longer some stones will last.

Rick Weaver

Added by Rick Weaver on Jul 22, 2012 6:51 PM


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