|Michelle McKenzie (#47086929)|
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I've been researching my family since 1992 and have created several websites for various branches. I enjoy visiting area cemeteries and usually take some extra photos in the hope of helping someone else. |
If you're interested in who my ancestors are, you can look under my virtual cemetery for the link to "My Ancestors". These are my direct line ancestors only, but will give a good feel for the surnames I'm researching and why.
Please feel free to use my photos for your personal, non-commercial use. I appreciate being given credit.
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|Fran Hanchett||RE: Melancon|
As you drive into the cemetery you go right and Mt. Calvary doesn't begin until the last cut off road. The rest of the cemetery is Glenwood, so Mt. Calvary is very small.
Sorry, they did not come up when I searched the cemetery.
All of the Melancon duplicates are now gone along with the links.
Hi Michelle! Thank you for all your work in adding the memorials at the clark hill cemetery in Canaan.(we always called it St. Mary's, by the way. I have many Decato relatives buried there. I noticed that you added the graves of Oliver Laporte and Julie Robidoux(my great-great grandparents) to the Mount Calvery cemetery in Lebanon. I was hoping to get a photo of the graves on my next trip to NH. Have you ever been at this cemetery before, and do you have any idea where the graves might be? I have gone on a few wild goose chases looking for family graves in the past with no good results. Thanks for your help. Martha
Added by mtucker on Apr 06, 2015 7:08 AM
|Gale Vanselous||F Leroy Hendrickson|
Thank you Michelle
|Gale Vanselous||Family Marker|
I am very interested in the marker for F. Leroy Hendrickson 1873-1939 at Woodlands Cemetery Cambridge Washington New York. I believe this is my Great Grandfather and as the stone has a photo in it I would love to get a better view. His name was Frank Leroy Hendrickson if this is truly his marker and he did move to New York when he remarried after being widowed for many years. I was hoping you may have a copy of this stone that I could enhance to see better. Thank you for your good work. As the rest of the family is in Trenton NJ and he used Frank L. there, it took me a while to find this and then I found a family letter that backs up the move and second wife's name. Thank you for your time.
|Dave Peck||Erving Peck|
Thanks for the quick transfer. I also like your idea of making a virtual cemetery of your direct ancestors. It is a convenient way to keep them convenient and accessible.
|Terry Watson Meltzer||Nancy Watson Williamson|
I just came across your entries for Nancy Watson Williamson. Her brother Lewis Watson was my great-grandfather.
Today I added her parents, Varnum Watson (#141437577) and Polly Barber Watson (#141537642).
Would you be able to link them up?
If you would like you could transfer management to me.
Terry Watson Meltzer (#47185415)
Thanks very much for fulfilling the photo request. Happy New Year!
Added by Greenie on Jan 02, 2015 12:52 PM
|Nancy D||Martha (Hunter) Becker|
Thank you so much for the obituary for her. It is very much appreciated. I have added it to her memorial.
Added by Nancy D on Nov 02, 2014 9:03 PM
|MFought||Horatio Emmons and Sarah Barnes|
Thank you so much for taking pictures of these headstones. It gave me so much information that I was looking for and could not find anywhere else. You don't know how much that means! Take Care.
Added by MFought on Sep 30, 2014 3:09 PM
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