|Therese Fenner Boucher (#47048783)|
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I am from Worcester, Mass and became interested in family history and genealogy when my husband John and I moved to Wisconsin in 1982. |
More recently, we live in New Jersey, and photographing monuments helps me learn about the Princeton area. Each person that I find is like a new neighbor and a key to bonding with the city I live in and its history. My experiences remind me of the plaque in the 'Body of Proof' TV show: "This is where death rejoices to teach the living".
I am also a writer with a passion for family stories, historical fiction and photography.
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|Pauline Merrick||RE: walter grout|
I told you it may take me awhile! I had to get there when the sun was just right - I think it came out pretty good.
|Deb Curry||John Peters Britton|
Thank you for fulfilling my request and adding the picture to his memorial!!
|Son of the 7th||PFC. Krisak|
We thank you for the photo of PFC. Andrew J. Krisak.
|John L. Nelson||Harvey Applegate|
Hi Therese, Wanted to thank you for taking and adding the photo of Harvey Applegate in Maplewood Cemetery. I really appreciate your taking the time to photo the grave. Thanks again, John.
|Peter Morgan||John Vinal|
May I have your permission to use the great photo you took of my 8th great grandfather's marker in my ancestry.com family tree? His memorial # is 8650712. Thanks for considering this request.
|sgrove777||Vanderveer photos in Freehold|
The photos from Maplewood Cemetery are great! Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo requests!
|Glenn Palmer||Sr. Anne Lawrence #86358274|
Therese, Thank you for adding this memorial. She was my boss at St. Francis Hospital Pharmacy for 7 years who taught me much about my profession. I intended to visit her in retirement but never did. The dead can teach the living as your saying says. Thank you for four service to Find A Grave.
Thank you so much for the uploaded photo of Emil and Marion Kuchar's headstone. They left Texas in the 1930s and the family lost touch. My 85 year old grandmother asked me to see if I could find what happened to her Uncle Emil and Aunt Marion. Now I can bring her a picture of the headstone.
Again, thank you!
Added by Ryan on Mar 17, 2013 6:49 PM
I linked her father on Sunday, not sure why it wasn't showing. Thanks. All set now
|John L. Nelson||RE:Thomas Buxton|
Hi Therese, I added the birth year for Thomas. Thanks for the information! John
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