|Susan Allman-Carlo (#47571444)|
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~EVERY STONE TELLS A STORY~|
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|Zoe Tom||Matthias Rittenhouse|
Thanks for the picture of Matthias Rittenhouse born 1805. However, you added it like a tombstone, instead of using the "person" choice after you first click on the tab to add a picture.
This error doesn't let people know a photo of the person has been added, when they look at a list of all the Rittenhouse people in that cemetery. You only see a tombstone picture symbol. You should see a little picture symbol when you add the person's picture correctly.
Write me directly, if you have trouble deleting the picture and re-adding it.
PS Are we Rittenhouse cousins?
Added by Zoe Tom on Jul 29, 2012 3:10 AM
My sister has been doing all the geneology work, so my part is really simple. She has been doing it for years. I have even a Canadian site, (no pic yet)! She has all the correct names & dates, I just enter and download pics!
I have had stones laid for 2 people that had none, and they may be a few more to add. It is a nice way to recognize yourn ancestors.
Added by KLM on Nov 13, 2011 5:45 PM
May I add you to my friends list, please?
Wanted to check with you first.
I have added most of my immediate family & their gravesite pictures. Luckily, most are close by in CT. Now I have to start branching out to different family members (& volunteer photos).
Thank you again for connecting me to this site. It has been very interesting & informative.
The only person already memorialized here was my uncle from VA.
I also thank you for the info on my friend. I was able to get a picture & enter her here. The cemetary is no longer accessible except to family.
Added by KLM on Nov 13, 2011 12:20 PM
|Zoe Tom||Susanah (Wool) Rittenhouse|
Hi, Susan - I notice that you also descend from Susannah (Wool) Rittenhouse.
Added by Zoe Tom on Oct 09, 2011 4:56 PM
|Erlene Best (Bremmer)||No lets forget it.|
David Rice, most likely does not have headstone. I will look a little closer at my notes. Thank you Erlene
|RD & ES||RE: Church Hill, etc.|
I have many other photos I have taken at Church Hill over several visits in the last year that I haven't posted yet. I can leave the new requests to you - I have plenty here to organize! I'll let you know if any new requests are in my collection.
I think I already posted the few photos I took in that cental fenced-in plot. I don't think we will have much duplicated there. I did take cover the section just north of that plot in a recent search, but most of my photos are from the west half.
My main project is loading photos from the Old Common Cemetery in Marlborough - that one is well documentented and I think will be just about complete once I finish with what I have.
Happy to share these special places with someone else who appreciates their stories.
Added by RD & ES on Aug 15, 2011 10:42 AM
|RD & ES||Edward Goddard|
I was the one who posted the new photos this weekend for the Edward Goddard stone at Church Hill - there was a second request posted that asked for the full transcription. I had added the full transcription as a caption to the detailed shot. It reads "Here Lies Buried The Body of The HONe EDWARD GODDARD Esqr Who Exchanged This Life For That of The Blessed February Ye 9 AD 1754 Aged 78 years 10 M & 14 D's. Blessed Are ye Dead, ye Die In ye Lord." I have some more Goddard photos I will adjust and add this week. Hope you enjoy visiting that old burial ground as much as I do! Thank you.
Added by RD & ES on Aug 14, 2011 7:13 PM
|Bruce Jones||James Gibson|
Thanks ever so much for getting the pictures of my uncles headstone. They came out really good. May God bless you and keep you safe and happy so you can get even more pictures for more people.
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