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|Pauline Merrick||Susan Russel in Brookfield|
Hey, good job!
|Gail A||RE: Emerson and Bartlett|
You are certainly most welcome! On the Emerson stone I added memorials and photos for whomever didn't have one already. I also added three photos each to the Bartletts. It took a long time but I did it!! If you would like me to transfer the Emerson memorials to you I will be happy to do that. Have a beautiful day.
Added by Gail A on Oct 03, 2016 10:01 AM
|Jack Parker||Greenwood @ Woodlawn|
Did not find your Greenwoods. Did not have time to walk the full cemetery. I did find a Greenwood/Ogden family and photographed them. I'll post them this weekend, time permitting.
|Jack Parker||Reekie at Woodlawn|
Other Reekie photos:
William and Margaret (See David & Marion)
"Margt. N." Reekie 1870-1892
Willard Brigham 1879-1944
Catherine Brigham 1877-1943 (wife to Willard)
All on the same Reekie monument. I'll let you create memorials, I have no objection to your re-posting the David photo for William and Margaret.
It was a grey day, so not perfect lighting, still legible.
Way-way-way out of my normal area, I'm not likely to go back any time soon. Stone is located towards the rear of the cemetery (outer road), top of the hill, probably halfway towards the "right" side. I regret that I didn't note the street name.
|bernice||john dixon/forestdale malden mass|
Hi I went to Forestdale to try and fill request for your John Dixon.he happens to be in a lot that has very old military stones and they have no dates on them just names and they are the old vets stones very hard to read I did not have much time left tday I will try again when I get back in town leaving til the 8th oct.. also in case this is of any intertest may be related if it is a family tree your working on,in the same section but different area there was as listed below another John Dixon
John Dixon 1830-1888 us army
his wife Mary J 1831-(could not read death date 1905 possible)
Mary Baxter and Lucy Baxter
hope that helps you some how ..
Added by bernice on Sep 23, 2016 3:24 PM
|townsendburial||RE: George Washington Davis|
I realized when I was adding the photo for George Washington Davis and doing a little research that the book I have of Townsend Vital Records indicated that George's wife Sarah and one daughter were also in the lot with him. My husband and I went back to take photos. I've asked James Bianco for a couple of more edits to more fully explain. George's wife Sarah was also married to Francis D. Adams who you were also working on. I added what I found about him to James' edits. Also a photo. Sarah's son Frank Warren Spaulding is buried in the lot with her 3rd husband Francis Adams. Glad I could help!
|Country Mouse||RE: James Leonard King|
You're welcome. I have more photos to submit to the other family members.
Did you notice there are a couple of more photos that don't show on the main page of his memorial? You have to scroll to the bottom and click on "2 more photos..." Of course you probably already know that.
The King stone is in the shade, under many trees from the abutting property, but maybe I can check it out in early winter, see if I can get a clearer photo.
|Patrick||RE: Albion Adams|
I'll keep an eye out for him. Lately when I stop by Green Cemetery I have been making a point to check out Civil War markers to make sure they have memorials and photos, so if he has one I may run across it.
Green Cemetery records can be viewed here...
They are pretty good about having all the old markers listed including colonial times markers, so that is why I was thinking if he isn't listed, then he may not be there.
The other thought is he may be in the other Carlisle cemetery. Likely all military markers ordered would have been delivered to Green even if they were to be installed in the other cemetery. If I get a chance I will try and stop by that one this week and take a look.
Added by Patrick on Sep 13, 2016 7:30 AM
|townsendburial||RE: Benjamin Franklin Clark|
His wife Annie and two daughters are buried on the same lot. The wife's information should be edited in a day or two. I've sent the edits to connect the two daughters. That contributor doesn't update her entries so it will take 21 days for that information to be included.
you go and look at his memorial page you will see that the cemetery has him buried there.
I had entered a photo request for this man, and the photographer replied, "I found the stones for his wives; Adaline D. 1882 and Delia A D. 1891 which I've posted but no Reuben."
Do you have any idea why that might be?
Actually, if there is some proof that he is really in this cemetery and there is no headstone, he probably has a right to a new military headstone. The local V.F.W. or S.U.V. might be of help on this issue.
In any case, I hope you'll be able to confirm that he really is here.
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