|Gordon Thurlow (#47415829)|
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|Researching genealogy for Thurlow, Andrews, Nutting and Churchill families in New England and Nova Scotia|
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|Joan||Susanna French Nutting and Mary Barrett Nutting|
Thank you for posting the information!
Added by Joan on May 31, 2013 10:55 PM
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Ammi Andrews, SAR Patriot #P-103752, your Find A Grave Memorial# 64696664|
Thanks for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org
|TALKING STONES||cemetery pic|
Hi, I posted your photo on my ancestors grave, but I did not know how to put your name under the caption. perhaps you could correct that? I did mention your name where the description is. The pic is Isaac Andrews in Bible Hill Cemetery in Hillsboro, NH. Thank you for such a nice pic of his stone.
|JPCZim||Pine Hill Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the colorful photo you took of the Pine Hill Cemetery. I would like to request permission to use it on my family tree. I always give credit to Find a grave and to the photographer. I know it is already out there on Ancestry but I feel it is important to give credit where it is due.
Added by JPCZim on Jul 09, 2012 3:37 PM
|Amy Levesque||Bible Hill Cemetery|
I trampsed around in the tick-ridden woods today looking for the Bible Hill cemetery in Hillsboro. Since you have actually found it, can you give me better directions? I have googled the area and can't see it!
Thank you for creating the link between Roxanna and Royal. I appreciate it.
Added by BLS on Jan 05, 2012 9:44 PM
|Graveinfodigger||Arthur Lincoln Morrill/Morrell|
I am researching Arthur Lincoln Morrill/Morrell 1861-1951, specifically items he had in his possession not long before his death, to try & find out who might have inherited his collection of carvings. I am willing to pay a finder's fee to anyone who can help me locate them or someone who is related to him who could help me find them if I am able to buy any or all of them. He had some large display pieces, like huge thin suitcases filled with his carvings, wooden whittled things & things built inside bottles. If any of you know anything about the man that might help or about his wife Louise Bailey Morrill (1874 - 1955) who survived him, please let me know by emailing email@example.com Thanks!
|Amy Levesque||Pepperell Cemetery|
I added some pics to your awesome memorials at the Pepperell Cemetery. Feel free to knock em to the bottom.
I am adding pics to current memorials, then adding new memorials later. I have several. This cemetery is one of my favorites, and I am having the stone of William Blood tattoo'd on my back, I love the art so much.
Have a terrific day.
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||Morrills in Mount Pleasant|
Hello Gordon, my husband and I found your Frank Morrill (1858-1932) while hunting for Frank Morrill (1853-1932). I added a Morrill headstone photo to Frank and Thomas's memorials as we seemed to have slightly better lighting conditions than you encountered. If only this had been the situation with the other Frank Morrill... Alice
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