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Keeper of the Stars (#47216601)
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Bio Photo I am a former teacher, mother of 4 and Nana to 10 beautiful grandchildren. I have always been passionate about my faith,family,animals, history and genealogy. A New Englander by birth, I now reside on the Maine coast. My wonderful husband was a career AIR FORCE man and we traveled much of the world. I LOVE America and have the deepest respect and honor for our men and women who serve our country, both now and in days long ago. As a Christian, I KNOW that death is not the end...but a beginning for those who have loved The Lord. I thank you in advance for visiting my loved ones, I truly appreciate your visits.


PLEASE stop by my Virtual Cemetery; "Celia's Precious Girls." These three beautiful little girls were killed in a car crash. You will fall in love with them as I have.

Please stop by and flower, ALYSSA FAYE AVILA #57459060, beautiful little girl who passed at the tender age of 9 when she fell off playground equipment at school. ALYSSA needs flowers♥
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A.J. Marik
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Please remember to post only one (1) virtual flower per memorial, per day. Leaving several flowers on each memorial at one time, or each day, is considered excessive and contrary to the intent of the Virtual Flowers feature.

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Added by A.J. Marik on Jul 10, 2014 6:56 PM
Lorraine Courtney

I'm interested in including the photo of Ms. Dame
in a book I'm writing about Concord, NH. The photo is the one with pins on her dress. it looks like a painting. Can you tell me how I may go about getting the original or copy with permissions to print it in a book?

Thank you, Lorraine
Added by Lorraine Courtney on Jul 09, 2014 8:49 AM
RE: : )
Ha.. I live in upstate NY, so I know about brutal winters. I love Southern Maine so much I would take the winters over Florida any day. I stayed here only to take care of my mom and stay by her side. Praying God will open a door one day. Especially in Portland. Love it there.
Added by D C on Jul 07, 2014 11:56 AM
: )
Thank you SO much for the very sweet token you left on my mother's memorial. It made me smile. I see you live on the coast of Maine, I used to live there as a child, and want to move back one day. My father's side of the family comes from Maine and NH, dating back into the 1600's. Wonderful place.

God bless,
Added by D C on Jul 06, 2014 2:38 PM
Thank you,
I very much appreciate the tokens left for my Jason and Heather.
Added by AnneBoleynTudor on Jun 29, 2014 11:46 PM
I noticed you left a candle on his grave, memorial 15418954. I recently visited Frost Hill cemetery and have added gravestone photo. Sincerely, Kathy
Added by FournierJillson on Jun 26, 2014 9:11 AM
Jay Janell
virtual flowers
I see that you have left virtual flowers for my memorials--how sweet. Thank you so much!
Added by Jay Janell on Jun 19, 2014 1:59 PM
Jay Janell
RE: Thank You!
I may make a second attempt at Jonathon Barrett, as the stone leans severly forward, making it difficult to capture a good image.

You also may be interested in Capt. Abijah Wyman,another Revolutionary War soldier whose grave I photographed on the same day.

Of particular interest is Prince Estabrook, a slave who fought in the Battle of Lexington in 1775. He served in the army until 1783, became a free man, and moved to Ashby in 1805. When he died in 1830, he was buried outside the Ashby First Parish Burial Ground but was reinterred within at a later date.
Added by Jay Janell on Jun 15, 2014 7:35 PM
Thank You
Hi, I wanted to thank you so much for your visits to my beloved mother. You are so kind.
Added by D C on Jun 13, 2014 4:33 AM
Leatrice Zina
RE: Thank You!
You are very welcome! The mosquitoes and black flies were bad today so I didn't waste anytime. We did see a large box turtle in the cemetery, probably there laying her eggs. Lea
Added by Leatrice Zina on Jun 12, 2014 2:10 PM
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