|Ruth-Ellen Burack Flanagan (#47275691)|
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I began doing my family tree several years ago and then got interested in documenting and photographing all of the Jewish Cemeteries in Central Massachusetts. |
I do not post obituaries per the Find A Grave Rules. I try to include as much information from the obituary as possible through the links. I will add life information and will transfer management to anyone who is connected to the person.
You are free to use my photos, but please give me credit for taking the photo.
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|Susan Sylke ||RE: spurgeon dube/duby|
I was wondering if you are related to this line
Spurgeon is the son to Alexander Dube /Duby I have seen both ways and RAchel Main. I have information on the family in C anada if you are related that I woud be happy to send to you
|Joan F. Byington||Woolson|
Happy to help. Joan
|T Jason Brown||RE: Kushner|
|Shoshanna Goldstein Sanders||Thank you!|
Thank you for posting the picture of the double headstone for Charlotte and Jules Jaffe in Worcester!
|Bill W||RE: Violet Lowther|
You're welcome - Bill
Added by Bill W on Feb 26, 2015 10:11 PM
|Harry Nathaniel Gilpin III||THANK YOU|
Ruth-Thank you so much for taking the photo of Odell and Retha Pulley. I really do appreciate this. Harry
|Heaven Bound||THANK YOU|
Thank you for posting the photos to the memorials of John Vaden and Erma Upchurch Clifton.
May you have a wonderful day in Our Blessed Lord,
|Susan Richardson||Sidney A. Hurwitz|
I have been going through my dads pics since he died last year at age 93 and I have found photos of his time in the army during WWII and am looking to make the identified photos available on line. I have a photo of Sidney but am unsure if he is living or dead. He was in the RHQ Battery 422 Field Artillary Camp Bowie TX about 1942. Thanks for any info. Susan
|JEM||RE: Gladys Chase Photos|
Added by JEM on Dec 30, 2014 5:26 PM
Thanks so much for your efforts. Did you happen to take a photo of the cemetery area and the old chapel (now the fireplace shop) for the main cemetery page? History that may soon be lost, I fear.
Added by OBXr on Nov 16, 2014 11:04 AM
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