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It is a blessing to live here in New Hampshire with so much history to discover in our graveyards,and I am particularly interested in listing the numerous Revolutionary War soldiers buried in New Hampshire on this great Find A Grave website. |
Pictures I have taken may be used in a responsible and ethical manner without my consent,so let your conscience be your guide! Please feel free to contact me using the edit button on a memorial for any corrections and additions, and I will also gladly transfer memorial management to family members upon request.
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|Brenda Kenney||RE: Maplewood Cemetery in Boscawen, NH|
Please feel free to photograph Maplewood in Boscawen. I used to live there, and have done other genealogical research in the area, but am now 3 hours away. Thank you, for helping to sort out all of the records. It's much appreciated by me, and I'm sure it will be by many others.
|Brenda Kenney||Maplewood Cemetery in Boscawen, NH|
Thanks, for your message. Sorry, for the delay in responding.
I was able to establish the Maplewood Cemetery in Boscawen, NH, seperate from the one in Salisbury. I made the change for Hannah and Stephen Gerrish, and sent a message to another contributor regarding Col. Henry Gerrish. Hope that helps, so you'll be able to add more memorials to the cemetery now.
|Sarah Quinn||RE: flowers|
Your kind words are deeply appreciated. Thank you so much. Best ever, Sarah.
|Peter||The Reed Family|
Sincere thanks for all your help.
Will send you an email.
Added by Peter on Mar 17, 2013 2:50 PM
Sincere thanks. Read your message and I have emailed you.
Added by Peter on Mar 02, 2013 1:27 PM
|Mrs. H||RE: Maplewood Cemetery in Salisbury, NH|
There is a Maplewood Cememtery in Salisbury, NH. I have not listed anyone yet. But I can tell you that the Blackwater Dam is in Webster, NH. All the graves from The Old Meeting House Cemetery is now part of Corser Hill (in Webster) cemetery as it was moved there when the Blackwater Dam was built. I talked to the grounds keeper and a cemetery trustee of Webster, and both agreed that this information is correct. Also no one from the old meeting house cemetery was moved to Salisbury. The move was done by the state of NH and everyone that they could move was moved in a very strict and orderly fashion.
Added by Mrs. H on Feb 22, 2013 9:48 AM
|David Olsen||Wayne Provencher|
Thank you so much for the photos for Wayne. He was a combat medic and one of 18 men from 2nd Battalion of the 22nd Infantry (Triple Duce) that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Tom Barker & Hutchins' Sites|
Ken, Thanks for rest of photos on sites for Hutchins Family. The sites look great thanks to your work. Have a great week. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Success|
Ken, The sites just look beautiful thanks to you & I love the snow with the dark stones. Makes me want to go on a ski trip to New Hampshire. I appreciate all your time on this project. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||William Kent sites|
Ken, Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the Kent sites. I can't believe the snow there. You are devoted to your photography work. I have put in request for your beautiful photo on the site for the second wife of William Kent. Could you add your photo to this site. Thanks again. Richard
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