|Nancy D||Celinda & Reuben Armstrong|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of their headstone in Kingsley Cemetery in Bennington. I am so glad that they have fixed the headstones at this cemetery. I have wanted to do it for my family ones in this cemetery but I live far away and didn't get there much. Celinda Brown Armstrong was the niece of my 4th great grandfather.
Again thank you for the photos!
Added by Nancy D on Jun 29, 2014 12:35 PM
|Gillian Wilson||Mercy and Tuffield Barber|
Mercy would be buried by Tuffield. All the Barbers in this cemetery are related to me Tuffield and Mercy are my grgrgrandparents. If that stone was in the back of the cemetery it was Jacob. Henry Barber and Emily Royce are my grgrandparents. I have aunt and uncles, great aunts and uncles. James Royce and his wife are my grgrgrandparents.
Thank you for the photos. I think the wrong one for Mercy. I think this one is Jacobs memorial.
|Alice ||61683930 Samuel Willett photo|
Memorial 61683930, Samuel Willett, Whiteside Cemetery. Would you please remove the photo you posted... it's actually Anne Willett's stone. I've added new photos for Samuel Willett. Whiteside is a tough cemetery... very old stones at odd angles and lots of shade. I got over there recently to take some photos before the leaves are back on the trees. Thanks, Alice
Added by Alice on Apr 30, 2014 3:41 PM
|K McCarthy||Murrays, thank you|
Thanks for letting me know that you Posted new Photos for the Murrays memorials! Many thanks!
|Beverly Carlisle||Elizabeth Willett 61683994|
Thomas, thank you so much for the photo of Elizabeth's headstone and all of the other pics you took in the Whiteside Church Cemetery. Elizabeth is my 4th great grandmother and it is so exciting to see this photo. It means so much.
Thank you again. Beverly
|Bronx Aquarian||re: Grigg II|
Went out to Zinnia in Woodlawn today and actually found workers waiting for a funeral group to arrive. One of them took me to the row and grave you've given for Ernest Grigg II and the stone is the one I photographed for Ernest C. Grigg III a few weeks ago. His father's name is not listed on the stone however. It appears the father was buried in the son's plot (with the son's stone) and his name was never added to the stone, it would be a tight fit). Do you want me to post the picture on Grigg II;s page?
|Bronx Aquarian||Grigg III|
Just posted the picture for you. I suspect it will be several weeks more before the snow melts in the Zinnia section for me to check for other Grigg stones.
|Bronx Aquarian||located Ernest Grigg III|
Went looking for Ernest Grigg II at Woodlawn today before the next snowstorm hits. The Zinnia section is still partially buried under the last several snowfalls. I was able to locate E. Grigg III (this lot is pillow stones so it is difficult to see everything in the winter). Could you put up a memorial for Ernest Grigg III so I can add the photo. I will return again to Woodlawn once the snow melts.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Fred D Howe,|
Your very welcome
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