|Paula Mine (#47614081)|
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I have been interested in genealogy, cemeteries and history for a very long time. I began researching my family genealogy in 1990, and with the help of a distant cousin found most of what I knew about my family name was wrong. Since then I've added over a thousand people to my family tree, which goes back to Germany, Ireland, Canada, England and now with my husband's tree.. Armenia and Italy. |
I am also the caretaker at the North Weymouth Cemetery. I've worked there for over 23 years and love to help people find their ancestors. Because of that desire to share the history that I oversee, I've photographed and posted all slate and marble headstones at the cemetery on Flickr, which can be found via Google or the cemetery's web site: www.sites.google.com/site/nwcemtery/
While looking in other cemeteries, I've taken photos of stones I find interesting. Rather than just sit on these photos, I've started creating FAG pages for them. I have been fortunate enough to have found a number of my ancestors on FAG, and I hope I can do the same for someone else.
I am happy to transfer any of my non-relatives to people who have a direct link to them. Just ask.
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|Diane Gravlee||Saunders in Burying Point|
How wonderful to have the nice photos of both John & Elizabeth Saunders!! I was hoping that they would have markers since Hannah (John's wife & Elizabeth's mother) already had a marker photo. I know these old markers are difficult at times, but these appear to be well preserved. Thanks so very much. Diane
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Loring|
Thank you!!!!! Any Loring would be grand as well.
Thank You for post the photo of Nehemiah and Anna Longfellow Brown headstones. I much appreciate your time and effort.
|Nancy Moore||RE: Candia Village Cemetery vs Candia Hill cemetery|
Let me know and I'll transfer them over to you
|Peter ||Thank You!|Added by Peter on May 23, 2014 7:39 AM
|Chuck Lewis||RE: wolfe Dawson|
Thank you very much! I'll wait.
|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts||Obsess away kiddo|
To say I go willy nilly with those links is putting it mildly... lol Now that the sibs are there, and I'm used to something else being there, I have to be extra careful. I'd rather see them correct, because I do like the linking... :)
|Ed McDonough||RE: Mr. Ed|
I agree never too old to learn, thanks..and you can teach an old dog or in this case an old ( talking ) horse…lol , all the best, Ed
|Ed McDonough||Chance meeting today|
I msg'd your Cuz earlier…..It was a pleasure to meet you both at the Cemetery this afternoon…Its a small world isn't it ….as I told Darlene , as a novice I don't know how much a novice like me can help, but please don't hesitate to ask…Based on what I have read at both your profiles I can see that a lot of Families have benefited from your great work….Thanks also for the contact at the Historical Soc. All the best, Ed McDonough ( remember the Horse ???? )
I can not do anything about the first issue because the spousal link is not on a memorial that I manage. I am going to transfer both father and son back to Jacki so that she can fix the issues that you brought to my attention (I'll forward your message too).
Added by Chip5610 on Apr 29, 2014 2:15 PM
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