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I have been tracing my family for more than 30 years and love helping others with their family research. I am willing to transfer ownership to direct family members of any memorials I have transcribed. I hope it helps someone as well as preserves their ancestors gravesites before they are lost to time.|
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Thanks but I think I will just link to yours as it seems kinda duplicitous to have 2. Again, you have been most helpful - TY
Added by Eliz on May 25, 2015 5:31 AM
|Eliz||Frances W, cenotaphs|
Cool! I have seen cenotaphs, but didn't know the official term for them. My great-uncle has one on his parents stone, but died in WWII and is buried in Hawaii... I will upload Frances' tombstone photo to your page & delete my duplicate, if you don't mind updating his burial location on yours? Thanks much for your help
Added by Eliz on May 24, 2015 5:16 AM
|Eliz||Francis Woodbridge, born 1875|
Francis is buried at Pine Grove Cemetery in Falmouth with his wife & son. His parents' tombstone at forest Hill cemetery in Augusta is a bit misleading b/c it says Here are remembered their other children ... Including Francis. He has 2 memorial pages as a result - please advise. Thank you. :)
Added by Eliz on May 23, 2015 7:26 PM
PM Smith - Thank-You so much for the picture of the headstones for Dr. Cyrus Briggs and Louisa Briggs.
Thank you so much for this photo!! I knew once I could see a photo I would see it says her husband was George P (not F) I am pretty sure we just located my 4GGrandma. Thank you for your time!!
Added by SherryK on May 03, 2015 7:59 AM
Thanks so much for the transfer.
Peter, Thanks so much for your prompt reply and for your transfer of the Pikeís. Also, a big thank you for the time and effort youíve spent photographing headstones in your area and creating these memorials. Itís truly a wonderful gift to those of us researching our families from afar. Keep up the good work! Millie
Added by MHJ on Mar 20, 2015 6:07 AM
|Pat Mowins||Roland Dorman grave memorial # 88922348|
Roland's father was Henry James Dorman. Henry's first wife was Ella M. Moran Dorman( Roland's mother). I have searched numerous cemeteries in Aroostook County where my mother was born(Ashland) and cannot find my grandfather's grave.
When you are searching cemeteries could you check for Henry J. Dorman's grave location? He was remarried and I don't know his second wife's name.
Thanks for anything you can tell me.
Pat Mowins Woods #47719486 in North Carolina
|lisa lord||Leona norris|
Thank you very much
|lisa lord||Leona norris|
This is my great grandmother, would you be willing to sign her over to me
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