|Rob Johnson (#46897732)|
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I've lived in the New Haven area all my life. From the time I was very young, photography has been an important part of my life, and that, combined with my love of history, is what led me to this site. If I can be of any assistance to anyone in tracking down a grave, please don't hesitate to contact me.|
If you happen to have a photo of a particular gravestone that is easier to read than one I've posted, please feel free to post yours as well - I won't mind!
If you are interested in cemeteries in CT, please visit my group on the photo-sharing website, Flickr.com: Connecticut Cemeteries!
Note: When asking for a transfer of one of my memorials, if the memorial in question is your direct relative within four generations (siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents), I will be happy to transfer it over to you. If not, I would rather maintain the memorial myself as I have done a great deal of work in research and photography on them.
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|George Seitz||Daniel Cady Eaton|
There is a fair amount of information on Daniel Cady Eaton on the internet, Wikipedia and such, if you care to bolster his bio.
|Kate Cuneo||John Blackstone|
Thank you so much for transferring his memorial to me!
|Kelly ||Joseph Dorman & Daughter Hannah Smith|
Thank You so much for the info. It is sad when we loose these stones. Do you know if there are any Church or cemetery records besides what is on find a grave? just curious? Thnks again for the info. Kelly
Added by Kelly on Mar 26, 2014 8:14 AM
|Jimmie Yerton||John & Elizabeth Nash|
My apologies. I was rushed when I made these requests and did not read the tombstone information completely. I will definitely be more careful in the future.
|Kari Olson||Noah Baldwin headstone|
Hi, hope you dont mind if i use it on my family tree. I appreciate all your work.
|Nancorch||RE: Alling Corrections|
I am tracing my mother-in-law's family and one of the Alling women married into the line. So I am just finding them and will be glad to send them as I get them.
Thanks for all you do, I am tracking multiple families and many, many times the Find A Grave site has proved to be a wealth of information.
Keep up the good work!! And thanks again!
Added by Nancorch on Feb 08, 2014 3:27 PM
|Lulabell||Beatrice Kelsey & Lillian Strum|
Thank you for having the tombstone available. I would like to ask your permission to use the photo on my family tree giving you the kind credit you deserve for providing the photo.
Added by Lulabell on Dec 30, 2013 9:39 PM
|Mary K. Ward||Samuel Everett Doane # 41158959|
Please link Dorothy Helen Doane with her parents, Marion Jackman Doane # 41158937 and Samuel Everett Doane # 41158959. And please link Samuel with his wife Marion Jackman Doane # 41158937 -Add' info:
Samuel E. Doane was born Feb 28, 1870 in Swampscott, Essex Co., Mass., the son of Edward Everett Doane & Helen Mortimer Nickerson. He died Tuesday Dec 9, 1952 at home in Pine Orchard, CT at age 82. Surviving were his wife, Mrs. Marion Jackson Doane
THEUR CHILDREN: Edward Eeverett Doane & Dorothy Helen Doane.
Samuel was a pioneer in the development and production of electric lamps. From 1902 to 1930 he was chief engineer for the National Electric Lamp Assn. at Nela Park, East Cleveland, OH. In early years, Mr. Doane worked for the Thompson-Houston Co., Lynn, Mass., where he studied mathematics and electrical engineering under Elihu Thompson, founder of the company, which became a unit in the General Electric Co. Samuel was superintendent of the Bryan-Marsh Co., Marlboro, Mass., before moving to Cleveland, OH. In 1919 Mr. Doane was president of the National Illuminating Engineering Society. He received an honorary degree from Case Institute of Technology and was a member of the Cleveland Electrical League and a charter member of the Cleveland Art Museum. He and his wife spent winters in Barbados.
Samuel's funeral was Dec. 12, 1952 in New Haven, CT.
Sources: Plain Dealer; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #104; Worldconnect /Rootsweb; etc.
|L Evans||concerning my note.....|
I hope it was alright to use your wording as a basis for my Bio page, I thought it was worded well, but I changed it a little as not to plagiarize :)
Added by L Evans on Nov 15, 2013 3:34 PM
|L Evans||Joseph Vinal|
THANK YOU.....THANK YOU.....THANK YOU!
I will get to work on him tomorrow.
Blessings on Your Weekend,
Added by L Evans on Nov 14, 2013 7:21 PM
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