|Lenny Dodge (#47281999)|
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I have been retired for about a year (2008)now but not of my choice Wall Street sucked the heart out of this country and most of the world but I enjoyed over 45 years working as a civil engineer on many Military and Civilian projects. In retirement I began to go look over my parents Photo Albums and Shoe boxes and began my second career as a Genealogist and as a result of my research realized there was very little free information on burial records available on the internet. I was searching for my famous uncle Jack Burns and discover his Memorial on "Find a Grave". I was thrilled at my discovery and immediately joined the site and added my father and mother memorials. I also added some of our family photo of Jack at his memorial. I live just outside Boston, MA and I am looking forward to helping out other people find their love one grave site.|
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|Barbara Chesley||RE: Benjamin D. Leonard|
As far as I know it is Fairview Cemetery.
Benjamin Leonard is listed on their web site at
|Lisa Tracey||Joseph Chetley|
Hello, I was in the cemetery office looking at their book, and saw John's name and they have his death as July 14,1923. It gave me his grave location, so when I go back I will look for his stone,if there is one. Last few photo requests ended up being unmarked graves, I had the staff with me. I hope I will find him.
|DASG||RE: Pvt. Earl Brown|
You're welcome :)
Added by DASG on Jul 20, 2015 10:25 AM
|Brent Schaffrick||Thank you!|
Thank you for the photo of William Callbecks gravestone!
|John Glassford||Dodge photos|
Thank you for the photos of the Dodge stones. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
|EAF||Brig Gen Ruggles|
Thank you for helping to sort out the final resting place with the photo.
Added by EAF on Jul 07, 2015 8:51 AM
Also... Thank you so much for creating memorials for Zeffie & Robie's two daughters!!
|boundersal||Zephie & Robie Beals photo|
Thank you so much for this nice picture of their resting place!! We live clear on the west coast so I really appreciate your help!
|B5947||RE: Old Holy Trinity Church Photo|
is the white building in the photo the church?? I thought I was just shooting the granite.
Added by B5947 on Jul 02, 2015 9:30 AM
|JOHN R. JONES||PHEBE DODGE|
DO YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT PHEBE DODGE, DAUGHTER OF NOAH DODGE, BORN 1777 AND DIED 1811 IN HOPKINTON, NEW YORK. SHE MARRIED JONAS HARWOOD IN BENNINGTON, VERMONT ABOUT 1796. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. JOHN JONES, email@example.com
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