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C Greer (#47180683)
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I manage~~not own~~the memorials I place on FindaGrave. Please use the SAC (edit feature) when asking for changes. This prevents mistakes because the edit feature connects me to the right memorial. Please read this ★ ☆ ★ FAQs ★ ☆ ★ before you intentionally make a duplicate of a memorial (which is a no no): I do transfer out of guidelines a lot if I feel you will maintain the memorial you request better than I can ~ which means a beloved aunt, cousin, best friend, etc. (Just don't ask for a whole cemetery or a whole list of the same name especially if you happened to find this site and have been a member for a few days). Stick around for awhile - contribute. Although a great place for genealogy this is a GRAVES REGISTRATION SITE!
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Permission has been given to to use my photos for their excellent site.
YES - you have permission to use the photos I took for your personal family files. I would appreciate it if you cited where you found the photo and if possible link back to
However unless you are a nonprofit organization, this is not to be copied & pasted on a commercial site or used for commercial publication without permission.
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I love to have additional information to add to the memorials. In winter I go through what I have put up and link families, find additional dates, etc. Although it looks like I have more than I can handle, I have had no problem adding suggested information. I have 35 years of experience in family history research and will be happy to add links or more biographical information on your family.
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If you are requesting a photo - all information is helpful. Many people only have flat to the ground memorials, and they are difficult to find. If you know of other family names that might be close by, that is very helpful in large cemeteries. Also if your memorial served in the military, that is very helpful as most cemeteries commemorate with a flag.
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I love the challenge of photographing really old stones. I also love the zincs - which were an inexpensive product for the time but have outlasted some of the more expensive marbles and granites. The zincs were very popular during the Prohibition Era because the insides were hollow and easily accessible.
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The people we ~meet~ in these resting places are integral in putting together family history. The memorial may be all that is left.
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Thank you to all the volunteers who have added photos to my memorials, taken the time to send me information, added their own memorials, found a dupe or two, and have been kind and respectful.
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It is so important that if you have an old cemetery near you, to get these stones recorded before weather and/or vandals get to them.
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I do try to wipe off debris and pull some overgrown grass out of the way, but I will not harm the stone in any way. Plus I do not pull up flowers, even if they are wilted.
It's a bit of work to take the photos, re size and sometimes enhance the lettering to be made readable, enter names and upload the photos. I do this lovingly. Please respect that.
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I have a camera that takes good photos,however the condition of the stone may make it unreadable or the stone is so damaged that there is no information. Bright sunny days might be good for walks but can wash out headstone inscriptions. I do retakes a lot.
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Mike Perring
RE: 124365421
Sorry to hear you're not too well - hope you get better soon.
Added by Mike Perring on Nov 15, 2014 9:21 AM
Mike Perring
Do you have an image without the flowers please - or know what the inscription says?
Added by Mike Perring on Nov 15, 2014 9:04 AM
Bob Scofield
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Thanks for working your way through this vast cemetery and creating a memorial for my parents, 134573338 & 134583339, along with many other relatives. I'll be adding info to your foundation.
Bob Scofield
Added by Bob Scofield on Nov 13, 2014 4:12 PM
John Holland
Margaret Gaudreau Fournier
Yes indeed, cousins.
Added by John Holland on Nov 12, 2014 10:47 AM
John Holland
gr. grandmother
More irony. My wife Margaret Grenon Holland's uncle Edmund P. Fournier was married to Margaret Claire Gaudreau daughter of Aurore Vegiard Gaudreau daughter of Rose Anna Guillet Vegiard.

Added by John Holland on Nov 10, 2014 7:37 PM
Mike Perring
Albert Charles Perring, 76872363
Researching Perrings of South Devon, England. Have an Albert Charles Perring born about 1887 in Ireland and wonder if same person. Do you have any more details?
Added by Mike Perring on Nov 08, 2014 1:41 AM
John Holland
gr. grandmother
Ironic that I married and lived for 4 years at 11 Tiffany St., Brooklyn in the late 60's. I knew the name Vegiard and Fr. Vegiard was discussed by my mother in law. Small world.
Added by John Holland on Nov 03, 2014 4:17 PM
Joyce Pearce
William E.Vallette
William E.Vallette, died at Backus Hospital at Norwich on Tuesday July,21,1918. He was 48 years old. For several years he was employed as a machinest in this city. He was a member of the Media Encampment, I.O.O.F,of Hartford,and of Rebecca Lodge, I.O.O.F of East Hartford.
Mr.Vallette leaves two daughters, Mrs.F.Flyler,and Mrs.G.Phar, and one stepson,Charles E.Grant.
The funeral was held at Norwich yesterday. Burial was held 10:00 today in Cedar Hill Cemetery,Hartford,Ct.
Added by Joyce Pearce on Nov 02, 2014 5:55 PM
Katherine Angus obit
From 1951 - Sept. 6, Bradford, Pennsylvania paper the Bradford Era - (body taken for burial to Hartford Conn)
(I think your findagrave memorial could be revised to add her obit and that she was - wife of James not sister)
Sorry the obit is OCR and some of the text is not right, but it tells a little about her; I don't have the original.
I do have her death certificate - died Sept 5, 1951

Mrs. Katherme Angus, 69, of 139 i Congress St, died at the home of ' Mr and Mrs. B. M. Kirsch, Derrick City, at 1'15 pjn. yesterday following an illness of the past two months Born Oct. 30. 1881, m Bradford, ' Mrs. Angus was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Larkin. prorrment pioneer familj. Mrs Arrus lived in Xev; Rochelle, ] N.V, for a r.umoer of j ears and had returned to Bradford about sight months ago. She -aas the wido-v of James Angus. Mrs. Angus attended St. Bernard's Church Sur-.:vori induce two sisters. Mrs. Ellen Jack. Derrick City. Mrs Winifred Grady Bradford, and a niece, Mrs. Gloria Kirsch. Derrick City. Fnends will be received at the Eocn-Chatley Memorial Chapel from 2 to 5 p_m. and 7 to 9 pjn. J A fur era! Mass --ill be celebrated m St. Ben-arcs Church at 9 a m . tomorrow. The boa;., will be taken to Hartford, Conn, Fridaj afternoon T. here committal services will : be held at 2 p_m. Saturday at the i Cedar Hill Cemetery. i The courtesy of no flowers will j be appreciated by the family. [ Arrangements are under the direction of the Koch-Chatley j Memonal Chape! Youth.
Added by cgreen on Oct 30, 2014 2:23 PM
Flatfoot Billy
Burch family #131042902
Thanks so much for accepting the edit to the above memorial so quickly. My wife's grandmother (and grandfather). She discovered your memorial accidently and was thrilled someone took the time to document it. I also was happy to be able to link their daughters (My wife's mother and aunt) to it as well. Thanks again and happy hunting!
Added by Flatfoot Billy on Oct 20, 2014 4:07 PM
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