|Brenda J. Masters Charles (#47786048)|
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Cadillac Memorial Gardens
Lynn Cemetery (1)
South Montrose Cemetery
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|Paul R||RE: Photo of Eugene Lewellyn Leslie 1841-1899|
I can't remove the picture because it was added by someone else. If you click on the name under the picture you can leave a message for them.
Added by Paul R on Oct 19, 2014 11:29 AM
Hi Friend (Cousin??),
Thank you for your note about John Peck's vital dates. The documentation I went with for his birth was based on his gravestone which said he died in 1730 at the age of 30. I wondered about that too. Something in the family birth records is hinky. I can't imagine 12 year olds marrying and having kids. They have kids nowadays (few and far between). Maybe they had them back then. It is rather puzzling. If you find any documentation that trumps the stone, please pass it on.
|Frank K.||RE: Esther Louise (Carpenter) Ross 1930-2008|
Thank you for your kind words and encouragement. I just let you known in case you were wondering: "How did those old photos ended up on my memorial?" Have a nice weekend.
Added by Frank K. on Oct 10, 2014 7:04 PM
|Joan S.||RE: Photo of Scrivo Family Grave Stone|
I'm so glad the pictures of the Scrivo family headstone helped your research. I do genealogy for my family and I know how something like this can help. Regards, Joan S.
Added by Joan S. on Oct 06, 2014 9:09 AM
|J B||re: Sarah (Bates) Forehand|
Thank you for sending a suggested correction for death place but upon review of a scan of the actual death record the place of death is entered on the record as Minneapolis which is what is listed on her memorial. It gets a bit confusing sometimes because Massachusetts records deaths in their earlier books not just when death occurs in that locality but also even if only burial occurs in a MA town. Unfortunately, when ancestry.com (and sometimes familysearch.org) indexes the records they enter the "death place" in the index based on the town the record book is from. This also occurs with earlier marriages which MA registered in the town of residence of both bride & groom regardless of marriage location, but the actual marriage location is listed within the record on the page.
[Unofficial corroborating evidence, Sarah's daughter Nettie resided in Minneapolis in 1900, per census, which is likely why Sarah was in Minneapolis in 1899.]
Thanks again for sending, it never hurts to check again, just in case. -Judi
Added by J B on Oct 06, 2014 7:25 AM
|Sue Williams||RE: Blacinton Photos, Woodlawn Cemetery|
You are more than welcome Brenda! Coincidentally, I just made reservations at the Inn for a b'day celebration for my mom who will be 95 and also a friend of mine who will be 64 on the same day! We LOVE it there. Very special. Also, some of my relatives (grandmother and some of her ancestors) are also buried in that cemetery!
|MJD||Robert Speck Memorial|
Have updated per your request, and also added a picture of the marriage record for Carol and him.
Added by MJD on Aug 22, 2014 9:13 AM
|Scott Teeters||RE: Photo of Jane Ann (Philo) Ross|
Thank you for your kind words and you are most welcome. Please note that I was able to find all of her children that are listed on Find A Grave and photograph and post all of the stones that were not already posted. All of her listed children are all buried within approximately 100' of her in the older section of this cemetery.
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