|steve byron||RE: Thomas Pinkerton|
Your welcome. I also added additional photos to other Pinkerton graves located in this cemetery . Steve
|ChrisNSuz||Solomon and Mary Angell|
Thank you for trying to find these two graves. I am so sorry that you had to look through the whole cemetery, but I am very thankful for your efforts.
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||RE: Hiram Angell|
I would love to see the photos. Even if they can't be read I still know one of my ancestors is resting there. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for doing this. I know how hard some of those overgrown cemeteries are to get into.
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||Hiram Angell|
Thank You for getting this photo. How many other readable stones were in the lot? I believe that everyone in that lot is a relative.
|Tina Harter-Cruz||sarah brown|
Thank you so much, I know your time is valuable. Again Thank You.
Sorry about the last message. I had brain fade and was thinking grave 1 was by the road where the headstones are buried. It's on the other end of the lot.
Added by Dennisp on Apr 16, 2013 3:52 PM
Cemetery records show the grave is marked. many headstones in that area buried. The cemetery is going to try to find it for us.
Added by Dennisp on Apr 16, 2013 11:36 AM
|Virginia Meadowcroft||Swan Point|
Welcome to findagrave. Your photography of the Cranston family headstones is great and your comments are particularly appreciated. Additional commentary from photographers is very helpful to we genealogists. I will send you a separate email in regard to Phebe Cranston's headstone. Thanks again.
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Samuel Joy Hazard|
Thank you for the photo and welcome to Find-a-Grave!
|Bob Brien||Gravestone photo for Emily Easton|
Thank you very much for the gravestone photo for Emily Easton at Swan Point Cemetery in Providence Rhode Island.
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