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I grew up in Maine, and now live in NH. The main goal of my cemetery visits is finding my ancestors and their collateral families, as well as seeking out the burial places of the soldiers from the 27th Maine Volunteers. I will also photograph all known Civil War veterans within the cemeteries I walk and, being the historian for NALF (National Association of Leavitt Families), I'm also looking for all Leavitt graves out there!|
See you in the graveyards!
member, MOCA and NHOGA
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|Gail ||RE: Charles P. Sanborn|
Happy to help, Steve. I admire the work you are doing. There are many Civil War veterans buried in Edson Cemetery, my g. grandfather among them. And thanks for letting me know that Helen is buried in 4519 as well. There are also markers there for Willie Sanborn and wife Frances Sanborn. Marker states that Willie was a veteran of the Spanish American War. Would you like me to make memorials for them?
Added by Gail on Nov 10, 2015 5:23 AM
|Gail ||Helen A. (Dodge) Sanborn|
I claimed the photo request for Helen Sanborn that was entered by Norman Dodge. Once I have information from the cemetery office that Helen is also buried in Lot 4519, I will be adding photos to her page as well.
Added by Gail on Nov 09, 2015 8:17 PM
|Gail ||Charles P. Sanborn|
I had to visit Edson Cemetery today and since you had the plot number listed for Charles, I took a photo of his monument. Note that the monument has him as a Corporal in Co. H rather than a Private in Co K.
Added by Gail on Nov 09, 2015 8:09 PM
|Ken Townsend||Daniel T Whitehouse born 1832|
Do you have any source for Daniel T Whitehouse born 1832 died 1912 as his middle name being Twombly ???
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||Hattie Pulsifer|
Thanks for catching my error. I've "moved" Hattie from Barrington to Farmington.
Hi Steve. Thank you for all of your great contributions on Find A Grave. Are you far from Epping, NH? There are some graves that need to be photographed there, and I wonder if you would be willing to take them. Thanks so much! (If yes, please send me your email, and we can follow up.)
Added by Sky on Sep 16, 2015 4:14 PM
|RainbowLady777||Lyndon Ambrose Smith and wife, Dora (Rogers) Smith|
Thank you for taking their gravestone photos :) They are very much appreciated.
|Melissa Ives||Charles F. Smith - Laurel Hill, Saco ME|
Found it easily--the sun was out this time and I could read one side of the stone. I added pics and a memorial for his wife Nellie B. There is writing on the other (darker) side of the stone that is hard to read, but Susannah wife of ____ Smith is clear. Do you know if he married again after Nellie died?
Thanks for taking the effort to clean it. I know just what you mean when you don't have your tools with you. Also when camera batteries are dead. GRRR! Luckily most times I'm just short distance from most of my work & can return to finish the job. I would like to get to that cemetery for other Swains, Wm Swain's granddaughter at 96 is still with us & i would really like to bend her ear.
Added by habuudy on May 12, 2015 2:20 PM
Thank you getting the photo. Headstone could use a bit of a cleaning. Keep up the good work.
Added by habuudy on May 11, 2015 4:53 AM
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