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Barbara Schieb-Gibbons (#47870354)
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Bio Photo I've been working on my husband's and my own family's genealogy for almost two years. I maintain multiple family trees on Because I like to include burial information (and photos if possible) in my trees, I understand the importance of an effort like "find a grave." I hope to become a frequent and effective contributor. I strongly believe that keeping the memory of our relatives alive is a valuable and very worthwhile undertaking.
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 • 20 Memorials Added
 • 20 Memorials Managed
 • 83 Photos
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 • 22 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Thank you for taking the time to take the photo I requested for Mr.Robichaud. Much appreciated.
Added by Natalie on Jun 12, 2014 4:19 AM
Jim Moran
RE: Selinga Family
Sorry for not getting back to you. Been sick. Talking with my father and others Steve is buried in the ole cemetery downtown with his 2nd wife Mary. unfortunately, my cousins are not very helpful.

Thank you for getting this one. I remember being up on Kelton road. Uncles house was the second one from the corner on the right going up the hill.

The neighbours were great people around there. The Cormiers were down at the fork. I remember the first house on the corner was a trailer. the next house on the left was a Vietnam Vet - WOW I just remembered his name Les Taylor I believe.

Many memories of picking acorns, walnuts and blueberries. Plenty of blueberries on the hill.
Added by Jim Moran on Apr 06, 2013 6:27 PM
Bill Wheeler
Thanks you!
Just a quick note to say thank you for taking photos of the Farrs. Thanks so much for all that you do! Bill
Added by Bill Wheeler on Oct 29, 2012 6:28 PM
Bob Brien
Gravestone photo for Kenneth Wetherbee
Hi Barbara,
Welcome to Thank you very much for posting the gravestone photo for Kenneth Wetherbee at Saint Patrick Cemetery in Jaffrey NH.
Bob Brien
Added by Bob Brien on Oct 12, 2012 2:40 PM
John Chamberlain
Herbert Chamberlain Photo
Thanks so much for the photo of Herbert Chamberlain and his wife.

Added by John Chamberlain on Oct 11, 2012 9:22 PM
Karl Stelly
Franklin Humiston
Hi Barbara,

Thanks ever so much for getting the photos of Franklin and his mother's final resting place for me. It takes effort and time. I know; I do volunteer photos too. I do appreciate it!

Added by Karl Stelly on Oct 11, 2012 9:06 PM
Henry Pfeiffer
Hi Barbara,
Hope all is well. I just wanted to let you know that the photo I posted of Henry Pfeiffer is not legible....but I have the cemetery maps and this is definitely where he is buried...along with other family members.
I will create a couple memorials of 2 other Pfeiffers. Take care, Gwyn
Added by Gwynspekes on Oct 07, 2012 3:34 PM
Jim Moran
Selinga Family
Good day Barbara

Thank you for getting the marker for me from Saint Denis Cemetary.

I thought - Uncle Steve was also buried with her but it does not look like it. Something is admist in the family and I will have to ask around to see what comes of it. In the meanwhile, Thank You for finding Auntie for me. I currently live in Alberta and do not get home to Quebec where both Theresa and I were born. She is my mothers sister.

Find a grave is an excellent tool for connections and geneology. Thank you for your time and effort - it went a long way this time.

Jim Moran
Added by Jim Moran on Aug 26, 2012 9:56 AM
Sean Pickett
RE: Albin Cameron Information

I don't recall seeing four families on one monument before so I created the Ancestry tree so I could sort out the family connections. Lottie M. (Fowler) Cameron, Lillie D. (Fowler) Laffin and Albert H. Fowler (the only name on the Fletcher side of the monument) are siblings and Roy Lang is Lillie's son from her first marriage. Further, Lillie's daughter from her first marriage married her second husband's brother, both whom are buried in the lot. You can see the relationships in the Ancestry tree by looking at the tree in family view. As no Fletchers are listed on the monument, I'm not sure what the Fletcher-Fowler connction is.

Added by Sean Pickett on Aug 14, 2012 7:27 AM
Sean Pickett
RE: Albin Cameron Information

I'm glad I was able to help. The gravestone made for the most interesting question of how everyone was related and I'm glad I was able to determine all the relationships.

Added by Sean Pickett on Aug 13, 2012 8:08 PM
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