Saint Matthew Cemetery Hi Kathy, Thank you for your suggested edits for memorials in St Matthew's Cemetery. I will try to make sure all of them are processed, but some of the ones that are notes may get overlooked, so be sure to check on me (after giving me some time). Do you have a connection to these people? I would be willing to transfer most or all of them to you (if you promise me that you yourself are willing to transfer "outside of the guidelines"). I try to be generous with transfers, but I am also frustrated with people who sit on memorials that have no meaning to them rather than transfer them to someone who cares. Regards, Charlie
Endicott Family Cemetery Kathy You have lots of Endicott's with burial unknowns that belong in Endicott Family Cemetery in Danvers, MA People are trying to link to burial unknowns, there are duplicates. Could you please review your Endicotts and put them into the right cemetery? Thanks Alexis
RE: Minnie Kelch Thank you. I have been on findagrave for many years and really enjoy it. And being able to link family members is really an asset in genealogy. Minnie is not really related to me, but a Conrad married a Speaker and I sometimes get carried away with adding relatives.
Is there a reason why you do not have the "Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts" identified as the burial site for William? You are correct with the location as "Verbena Path, Lot 1186".
I have been to this cemetery and seen William's monument as pictured on this memorial.
Ester Endicott Hammond Kathy, Ester Endicott Hammond is my great-grandmother, my sister Irene Hargis Salmons and me have been to Branham Hill Cemetery , lots of times and was wondering how you found her name, My father John Hargis, said his grandfather John Hammond who was her husband is suppose to be buried beside her, near the shelter house, all we have ever found near there is stone markers and can not make out anything on them, we just put a tombstone there older daughter Maudie Hammond Hargis at the Hall Cemetery several years ago and would like to put a tombstone for her and John if we can locate the right spot, so I was wondering how you came up with her name as being in that cemetery, any info you can supply me would be most helpful to my sister and me. Thanks William Hargis my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org