|Ruthann Carlisle (#47627041)|
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|I am one, and the most recent, of the three genealogy queens in my family. My Aunt Louise (by marriage to my father's brother, Warren), and my NEW cousin, Joan White Cash, whom I met on Ancestry.com. She is the granddaughter of my father's father's sister. Most of us never even knew of Aunt Susan McManus. Long story there. Anyway, I hack around at it, now only occasionally. We've made two trips to the Haskell Cemetery in Lakeville, MA. We couldn't find it the first time, but this time, we got pix of all the existing grave markers. I'll be doing some more "digging!" :)|
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|Lynda Puakea||Persis Shaw Lucas & Joseph Lucas|
How have you been? I see you are still at it... genealogy-wise... me, too! Just found your photos of the above folks on this site... she is my 6X great grand aunt. Would love to use them on my private family tree... is that okay. I always give credit to the photographers... hopefully my husband and I will be out to the cape in the fall... perhaps we could get together? Iʻll let you know... in the meantime... take care....
Cousin Lynda Puakea
|Sandra Lennox||Thomas Jackson|
Would you mind removing your photos from my memorial
of Thomas Jackson, Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA.,
memorial #22088680. There is no room left for
photos on this memorial and I would like to add
photos of Thomas and his wife Hannah together.
|HortonHunter||re: William Courtney|
Thank you so much for your efforts in finding William Courtney. I guess it is possible that he is in the grave with his wife and child. I would love to still see the pictures you took. Thank you also for all you do for findagrave.com.
|Christie Trapp||Joseph and Persis (Shaw) Lucas|
Thanks so much for taking the time to take the photos of their graves and posting to Find A Grave. These old stones are very, very fragile and in a few more years they may be obscured by weather and unreadible. Catching their images now will preserve what is left for our posterity. Thanks.
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