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I live in Northeastern Massachusetts. I am interested in my family history and am having fun with the research. My ancestry research started in 2012 and being a history bug, I got hooked. Findarave.com is really helpful as families tend to bury together, and further, research means accuracy. Adding information also helps others who are searching for their relatives. I am working on my relatives and their families, so most memorials I am entering are ones that pertain to my tree. I would be happy to take photos for anyone with requests in the North Shore of Massachusetts area. It may take me a few days, depending on the location. Please contact me if you have any requests.|
If any of my memorials need correction, please let me know. If I have posted a relative and you would like the memorial transferred to you, please remember these are my relatives too. If you are a closer relative, I would rather a direct family member have the memorial so they can add information, photos, etc. Please remember I do this in my free time out of respect for the families. If I make a mistake, BE KIND and remember this is not a paying job
Thank you to anyone who leaves messages for my friends and family who have passed on as this means a lot to me! Thank you much!
My father was a Campbell FAG# 22988557, my mother was a Helliwell FAG# 23868506. My mother was born in Wakefield, Rhode Island - Dad was born in Urbana, Illinois . My wife's father was a Harris FAG# 94970780 and her mother was a Poor, FAG# 95400874. Both were born in Peabody, Mass. I would love to hear from kin.
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|MissKitty||RE: Matthew Campbell|
Let's just say that we are DISTANTLY related!!
Matthew Campbell is my 2nd cousin 4x removed.
We are related through the Bay and Rannells lines of my family... via marriages/births into the Campbell family!
I've just recently linked into the Campbell line, so this is all new to me...
Thanks for keeping their memories alive!
|MissKitty||Matthew Scott Campbell photo|
May I have your permission to download your photo of Matthew Scott Campbell that was placed on his page of the Find A Grave Memorial (#93949569)?
I would like to add it to my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|MJ (Tilton) England||RE: Tilton's in NH - Weed Mills Cemetery|
Thank you so much for making the transfer of my family members. I would be happy to have all the Tilton memorials transferred to me.
Thank you so much for your hard work, it enables us to complete our family history.
It was right in front of our noses on the side of the stone. several more.
Added by SCVet on Apr 19, 2013 12:12 PM
send me a diagrahm from top of D downhill for Mary Smith, went there today, and could not find.
Added by SCVet on Feb 04, 2013 3:00 PM
|Researcher||RE: Wilbur T Hunt|
sounds good to me.
|Researcher||Wilbur T. Hunt|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the picture of Wilbur's headstone. Looks like you chose a nice day to take the picture.
Thanks, Joyce Wilson Williams
|Maddie Davis||RE: Smith Family|
Hi there! Thanks for getting in touch!
Unfortunately, I don't believe we are talking about the same Smith family - the name Dorcas does not sound familiar to me - and my Smiths are buried in Riverside Cemetery, not Oakdell.
But perhaps there is a connection somehow? This is my great-great grandfather George W. Smith:
If you can find a connection let me know. It is always wonderful to hear from a new-found cousin!
|Jack Parker||One more thing|
Mass vital records can be searched online at http://ma-vitalrecords.org/Towns.shtml - just in case you were unaware, that might help you find your missing Poors.
|Jack Parker||Poors - Monumental|
Sorry, missed your email originally. I've transferred the ones you requested. Poor is a name I keep an eye out for Kathy McConnell (She is on my friends list) who is a descendant. You might reach out to her. Monumental is a bit of a jumble and there were quite a few Poor groups (three I think), I took pictures (and posted) of all of the ones which were legible, but you might want to visit and look around.
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