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R Moore (#47672795)
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Bio Photo I started working on my family's genealogy
several years ago. I currently live in New Hampshire and my roots are primarily in New England and New Brunswick, Canada. Among the family surnames I am researching are Dunton, Borey, Finch, Whittemore, Derby and LaFountain.

For as long as I can remember, I have always enjoyed visiting cemeteries. I find them very peaceful and a wonderful break from life's daily stresses.

Transfer requests outside of the guidelines will be decided on a case by case basis. When requesting a transfer please state what the relationship is to you. Just saying they are family is not sufficient. I will check your profile prior to transfer to make sure you aren't just a collector, but are a contributing member. If you want to collect family, you can use a virtual cemetery for that purpose. I would also like to add that asking nicely will go much farther than rude demands.

Please send all requests for corrections, links, bios and transfers using the edit tab on the memorial. Please do not leave them on my messages as they will be ignored. The edit tab makes it much easier and there is less chance of mistakes.

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I spend a lot of time traveling, photographing, editing and posting my photos because I love doing it. It also gives me a lot of satisfaction if I can help others find their family. I do not mind if you use the photos for personal use, but please give credit.
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John Brooks (118256396)
John was the son of Levi and Betsy (Flint) Brooks, born Westminster, Ma, March 6, 1785
Note: I helped document this cemetery back in the 80's and have all the survey maps with all the grave markings.Also all the WPA maps.When Riverside opened many of the bodies were moved from the Old Centre to Riverside.
Added by PJAD81 on May 22, 2016 12:01 PM
Edwin Hervey Brooks (118232234)
Edwin was the son of John and Hann S. Brooks, of Winchester, NH, b. Feb 23, 1844. 64y11m14d
Added by PJAD81 on May 22, 2016 11:46 AM
Buddy Leech
RE: Martha Haskell
I think that a Note of explanation is in order for each of the dual burials for which you have created Memorials. Considering that the two cemeteries are less than a mile apart, I am skeptical that there are duplicate stones for several. Perhaps it's a Missouri thing (Show Me). :-)
Added by Buddy Leech on May 15, 2016 5:36 PM
Buddy Leech
RE: Martha Haskell
Hi Ms. Moore,
Assuming Martha is buried in one of either Old Settlers Cemetery (Memorial# 123153563) or Mount Adams Cemetery (Memorial# 127023697), neither has a photo of her gravestone. Since a cenotaph is a tomblike monument to someone buried elsewhere (especially one commemorating people who died in a war), there is no firm evidence that she has a cenotaph. I have dealt with a few cases where there are (photographed) stones in two places and one is clearly a cenotaph, e.g., Memorials #58813445 and #51145105.

I suggest locating Martha's Memorial in the more probable of the two cemeteries for her burial. Further I would add a Note explaining that town cemetery records list Martha as being buried in both cemeteries. Finally, you might consider adding a Photo Request for her in both cemeteries.

Thanks for aligning Martha's DOB with her twin brother George.

Best, Buddy Leech
Added by Buddy Leech on May 15, 2016 4:04 PM
Rosemary Millar
RE: Esther Hill
Here is the link to her birth record.
Added by Rosemary Millar on May 10, 2016 5:05 PM
Janice Olsen
RE: Suggestions for Johnsons
Hi, I'm new at this and I guess I didn't understand the protocol. My intent is to take as many pictures at the Old Settlers Cemetery as I can as it seems like every winter as the stones become more fragile and we lose a few more. I did the research on each person at the Historical Society thinking it would be helpful. I just learned how to pass on the information. Sorry you couldn't use what I had done. Guess I'll just do the pictures. I also love old cemeteries and find them calming and peaceful.
Added by Janice Olsen on Apr 28, 2016 8:26 PM
Jane A
RE: Sylvanus Hayward
Hate to be dense, but what is SAC?
Added by Jane A on Apr 23, 2016 9:54 PM
Jane A
RE: Sylvanus Hayward
I hope they will do this, it will avoid future confusion and unintentional errors for those willing to accept what they see on websites without further digging.
Added by Jane A on Apr 17, 2016 12:30 PM
Jane A
RE: Sylvanus Hayward
I Have linked Mary Webb Hosmer to her parents for your approval, hope that is alright with you.
I hope the other Mary Webb is taken off - be interesting to see it they're willing.
Added by Jane A on Apr 17, 2016 12:26 PM
Jane A
Added by Jane A on Apr 17, 2016 12:24 PM
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