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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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Sherry Swinehart
Elizabeth Ring Cooke
Do you have the correct birth date of Elizabeth's mother Mary? I have found numerous dates and can't seem to find anyone who knows for certain.
Added by Sherry Swinehart on Jul 16, 2014 6:24 PM
Kris D
RE: Dr George Tillotson
You are very welcome, Susan! We are blessed to honor our vets from all eras.
Added by Kris D on Jul 13, 2014 3:54 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
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