|Jack Stevens (#47033206)|
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Thanks ever so much for the wonderful photos. I really appreciate your time and talent. Regards,
Added by DaurRegt on Dec 03, 2016 2:48 AM
|72hoya||Samuel Pyper aka Piper|
I believe Samuel to be my 4th great grandfather. There are a number of Revolutionary War vets who served variously for both NH and Mass. Your write up says he was a vet. Do you have any idea for which colony he served and, better yet, his unit or commander?
Thanks so much!
Added by 72hoya on Nov 22, 2016 12:03 PM
Thank you for the headstone photos
I don't know how long ago you took these photos, but I just wanted to say thank you. The close up is so perfect I can read everything. I finally have some dates. (# 51550942 Joseph Ward)
Added by Ginger on Oct 25, 2016 6:02 PM
|Genealogist||Asahel P Chase|
Wow!! Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph this cemetery marker! I'm amazed what great shape it is in. Someday, I'd like to see it in person, but in the meantime, I can't tell you how much it means to see your photo of it.
|bluesma36||Leah (Buckland) Loring|
Yours 81830192 is a duplicate of 633937. You might consider a merger.
|bluesma36||Leah (Buckland) L0ring|
yours under 81830324, a duplicate is under 63393715 You might consider merging
|Mark Nystedt||Lydia Lapham Cushing|
Lydia Lapham Cushing's photo album had a c1864 pic of Nathaniel Hawthorne and a c1858 pic of Susannah Ingersoll, NH's second cousin and the owner of the future House of Seven Gables tourist attraction. Susannah's pic is in the collection of Salem's Peabody Essex Museum's Phillips Library. How did Lydia know NH and SI?
|Tim Allen||Jake Riggins, #89056310|
I have a question about the memorial you created for Jake Riggins. His death certificate says buried in the Hearn Cemetery, Eagle Lake, Texas. You have him in the Elm Grove Cemetery so my question is did Elm Grove use to be called Hearn? I have 9 death certificates that all say the Hearn Cemetery but I didn't know where it was so I've just been holding on to them waiting to create their memorials.
Thanks for any help you can give.
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