|Bill McKern (#46817687)|
| || member for 9 years, 11 months, 7 days|
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|I'm a longtime National Guard member (Vermont, New York and now Pennsylvania).|
I live in Vermont.
I'm interested in U.S. military and political history, and the history of Vermont and upstate New York in particular.
I contribute to Find A Grave and Wikipedia, as well as other locations.
I'm not hard to find if you want to contact me by phone or email to discuss my contributions.
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|Joyce Guinasso||Celina Theriult|
Hi William, Thank you for trying to locate the stone. Maybe they only used a headstone with the surname as the one you found. However, Don't worry about photographing the stone. I will call the cemetery and find out if there is a marker at all.
Thank you for your time.
|root bound||RE: Memorial Request|
Thank you. I looked everywhere using different name variations and couldn't find it.
|root bound||Memorial Request|
I don't know if you take requests, but I was wondering if you would add a memorial for Ruth Gordon, the actress and writer. I chose to ask you, as I saw some of the others you've done and liked your writing very much. I couldn't find a memorial for her, as I wanted to add her to my virtual cemetery.
I don't think I could do her justice myself. If not, that's fine,too. I'll understand.
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||James Fisk, Memorial #6892748, SAR Patriot Ancestor #P-158716|
Thanks for your permission to include his headstone photo with his SAR record.
|David Greer||RE: Africa Davis, 150470466|
Did you learn anything in regard to Africa Davis's burial place during your trip to Barre in September?
|Family Tree Phaneuf/Broome||Thank you !|
I am so excited to find my great grandfather's grave because of the work that you and others do on the find-a-grave website. I miss my genealogy research -it is so much easier these days with all the digital resources. I will be able to fill in the blanks and clean up any errors. Thank you so much for your contributions. Sincerely, Becky
|Russ Jacobs||Arthur Carter|
Bill, thanks for the Info on his burial location.
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||Henry Chipman bio|
Thank you very much!
|Taryn DiTomasso||Wm noble|
Ty for the info I will add but the stone says hon. William noble
|Mark Nystedt||Bradstreet Tomb|
The Bradstreet Tomb was bought and cleaned out by the Ingersoll-Hathorne family of the House of Seven Gables about 1790. There are eight Hathornes, Ingersolls, and friends in the Tomb - Susannah Ingersoll in a lead casket, her adopted son Horace Lorenzo (Conolly) Ingersoll, her Uncle John Hathorne, friend Mary Stewart Clough, brother Sam Ingersoll Jr, and three others. See Robert Rantoul "Bradstreet Tomb" in obscure journal 189X (PEM Philips Library card catalogue) and the day after Horace Ingersoll's Salem Gazette 189X obituary which I read 20 years ago. I shall get more complete info after you contact me at email@example.com.
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