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|Cemeteries are peaceful places. I pull over whenever I see a small, old cemetery, perhaps a family plot of 6 or so graves, surrounded by an old cast iron fence. Once in Vermont I saw a family plot of 6 children who all died within 21 days of one another, with the father following 6 months later, leaving the mother to live with only a newborn child. It's likely the only way these stories are now known are through their graves.|
I think this is a brilliant site. I am immensely grateful to those who have mapped so many of my family members' graves and thereby help me tell, or remember, their stories.
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I forgot I sent you a message. I am friends with Wesley Jackett Jr. He was born about 80 years ago in Buffalo, NY. I helped him do a little searching for some family lineage. Do you know Wes? He had some contact with a relative in Cornwall also I think. Do you want what we came up with? If so , send me your e-mail address and I will send it to you.
|joel scott||Jackett Family|
I saw you manage a few of the Jackett family memorials. Are you descended from them?
|Larry Bloom||Jacob & Jane Gault Emery|
Thank you so much for the photos. Your time and efforts are truly appreciated. However I believe you have Jacob on the wrong Memorial. The Jacob you placed the photo on is actually a Grandson. Picture should be on Jacob Emery 1777 - 1869.
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