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Found a Tombstone 14 years ago with same name as my Father it started me down the Genealogy road.|
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|Ruth Miller||BLAIR STONES|
Joe, I just noticed the photos you posted for John and Marcy....I am thrilled.....thanks a million!
|Ruth Miller||RE: blair#90060799|
Joe, That is amazing! I was actually surprised to see Anna Blair's grave on Find A Grave (she is my 3rd G-Grandma). I was told that most of the Blair graves there are no longer legible. I would love to manage her Find A Grave memorial, add info and connect her up with her family. Thanks for taking the grave photo and posting.
|ASPagel||Thank you for the transfer.|
Thank you for the transfer of Hannah and for all you do for Fond A Grave. Amy
Added by ASPagel on Jan 04, 2014 4:17 PM
|daniel joyal||ubald joyal|
While looking for information on my great grandfather, ubald I came across this site and found you had posted some pictures of the joyal family gravestone in Putnam ct. The only Joe joyal that I know is my grandfather, Joseph E. Are you related??
|ASB||RE: East Thompson Cemetery|
I am not surprised, since there is only one sign. I thought about asking Find A Grave to combine them, but then decided that someone else would come along and create a new cemetery from the Hale list, duplicating a whole cemetery. Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays (whichever you prefer). ASB
Added by ASB on Dec 21, 2013 6:37 PM
Wow...thank you so much for such a quick response and great photos for Cynthia L. Babbitt. Much appreciated!
Added by c.walker on Dec 07, 2013 8:35 PM
You posted two photo of grave of Christopher Babbitt ( memorial # 57016091) who died in 1981; buried in Babbitt Cemetery in East Killingly. I posted a memorial for his sister, Cynthia L. Babbitt ( memorial # 121379973) . Would it be possible to put the two photos from Christophers memorial onto Cynthias since they are both buried there and both names are on the tombstone ( although hard to read due to flowers). I would appreciate it.
Added by c.walker on Dec 07, 2013 6:47 PM
|Rodney Parker||Ensign Edward J. Lesniewski|
Ensign Edward J. Lesniewski was killed in the Kamikaze attack on the USS Nashville CL-43 on December 13, 1944. According to the headstone request made by his mother, dated September 13, 1948, he was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Southbridge. I did not find him in "find a grave" and I do not see a website to contact the cemetery. I also see that St. Mary's Cemetery borders Old Notre Dame Cemetery and there is no clear boundary between the two. Would you be able to find out if he is indeed buried in one of these two cemeteries? I have been researching where the soldiers, sailors and Marines killed in the Kamikaze attack were buried after the war.
William R. Parker
SSgt USMC Retired
Joe I was looking at the ones I have control of and see that I have more info on mine. I got this info from a book on the Davis family. So before I delete mine do you want to copy the info and the family connections before I do?
|Celticinca||RE: Davis South cemetery|
I see Joe, I will go and delete mine then so it will not confuse folks.
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