|Janice Gower (#47051148)|
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I've been interested in genealogy for many years and in researching have found myself in many different cemeteries and have fallen in love with them. They have so many stories to tell, some happy and some not so. And as the years pass and the old stones are getting more and more worn and hard to read I am so glad to know so many are trying to preserve them by taking photos and transcribing the stones and getting them up on findagrave. What a wonderful place this is with so many hard working contributors.|
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|Marlene Chaney||Samuel G Cash|
I am trying desperately to piece together the family of Samuel G Cash, Find A Grave Memorial# 117805912, who is buried in South Harrison Cemetery in Harrison, Maine. He and his small family lived in Harrison all of his adult life.
His wife Ann died sometime between 1880 and 1900. She was born in about 1826. No Maine death record is online. I did add her to Find A Grave, #167276361, but I sure would like confirmation that she is buried in this cemetery and with her husband. And if she does have a gravestone to have a photo of it.
Any chance you can help me solve this mystery? Thank you for any assistance you can throw my way.
|Jill Reese||Morton Memorials|
Thank you for the transfers and for your efforts to make FindAGrave a wonderful place for us all. I appreciate all you are doing.
|Jill Reese||Memorial Transfers|
Hello Janice, I would dearly love to maintain the memorials for Rollo A. Morton #92660995 and Mary E. White Morton #92661116, they are my great grandparents. My great grandfather was in the life saving service, which later became the coast guard. He was a light house keeper. My great grandmother was a school teacher before she married Rollo. I have some wonderful photographs and also wish to add a biography for each of them.
Thank you so much for taking the time to grab a photo of Amy Daggetts headstone, I really appreciate it!
Added by KB on Jun 09, 2016 8:11 PM
Thanks for taking the time to locate and photograph this marker. I really appreciate it!
Added by mcphail on Jun 02, 2016 7:14 AM
|Cheryl Brown-Morales||Cemetery Pictures,|
Thank you so much for the cemetery pictures of Frank Adelbert Grant and his wife Lola Irene Sargent. This picture also gave me the cemetery Frank was buried. Thank you again
|Kim ||Gidney headstone|
Janice, Thank you for taking the time to take this photo. I did not have his wife on my tree and this helped me also. I appreciate it.
Added by Kim on May 31, 2016 4:25 PM
|Erin Bohannon||Theresa A. Bohanon Seeley|
Thank you so much for the great photo! I love the reflection of the flowers in the stone...very pretty!
Thank you so much for finding the this headstone and taking this picture!! Greatly appreciated!
Added by emtown on May 30, 2016 2:41 PM
|Gail ||RE: Moses Craig|
Thanks for checking, Janice. Have a nice day.
Added by Gail on May 30, 2016 9:14 AM
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