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November 2014 :|
email notices are intermittent again, so if you have fulfilled a photo request for me and I have not thanked you- that is why.
Please feel free to post a note on my wall that you have fulfilled a request.
Thanks to all who enrich this site with their contributions.
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|Marg||Eleanor Nickerson (Baxter) Young|
Please disregard my previous message. The photo is correct.
Added by Marg on Nov 24, 2014 2:14 PM
|Ed Mac||RE: William Kingsbury Chubbuck|
Hello, always a pleasure....Ed McD
Added by Ed Mac on Nov 24, 2014 1:39 PM
|Rich Vance||Wilbur Dubbs stone|
That's a Veterans stone provided by Erie County instead of the V.A.
My father has one... only cleaner. ^_^
I noticed the forums are down. Do you know what's going on?
Added by Koach on Nov 24, 2014 10:15 AM
I'm glad that the photo of Mary Bird's gravesite was helpful! As for the Fitlers, I'm not sure about that, so I transferred the memorials to you so you can figure it out!
It is the death notice of Julia E. Fitler in the Philadelphia Inquirer of 1/11/1912 that identifies her as the "widow of Theodore Fitler", so those two are a pair.
Anyways, I do digital photo restorations, so if you need any done, send me an e-mail, etc., etc.
|Jo-Ann Croft||RE: James & Almira Starkweather|
Take another look at the pages. The stones have been repaired.
|Barbara Goggin Brann||Dubbs|
You are very welcome. The stone is not unusual, but it is very dirty from being partially buried.
|Kay||Carolyn Sue Mitchell|
Thank you so much for visiting and leaving a token for my sister today.
Added by Kay on Nov 22, 2014 8:35 AM
|Ed Mac||RE: Chubbucks|
Hello, it was my pleasure..
Added by Ed Mac on Nov 20, 2014 4:00 PM
|Ed Mac||Francis G. Chubbuck memorial|
Hello...I was able to locate the Headstone for Francis G. Chubbuck at the Mt Wollaston Cemetery in Quincy...I added a photo to his memorial page..
....FYI there are 3 other Chubbuck headstones also located next to Francis'...Sergt James Chubbuck died at Cold Harbor 6-3-1864 ; Lieut David T. Chubbuck died 7-9-1866 and Fannie Chubbuck died 4-12-1871..I took photos of them if you would like me to add them I will...Please let me know...All the best, Ed McDonough
Added by Ed Mac on Nov 20, 2014 1:33 PM
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