|R Moore (#47672795)|
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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.
I will not make any links when the final disposition is not known. If you do not know the final disposition, you should not be creating a memorial. This is a grave registration site, not a place to build your family tree. Per the FAQs a memorial with a correct known burial location will always take preference over a burial unknown.
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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|SusanE||Hillside Cemetery in Eastport|
I try not to duplicate Helen's entries - she spent a lot of time entering names from that cemetery - so I deleted the Wilford Alexander and Harriet Adams entries. There was a 30 year difference in Lucy Adams death year, though, and I know family names are repeated a lot in this cemetery, so I left my Lucy Adams entry up.
Added by SusanE on Mar 15, 2015 10:05 AM
|Connie Lagasse Russell||RE: Memorial# 136267090|
It's my best friends uncle...no relation to me.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||Memorial# 136267090|
Could you please delete Memorial# 136267090...he's still very much alive..thanks
Thank you. I came across this story while researching another family from Maine. It just tugged at my heart and I wished for her to be remembered. Once again thank you for your time and devotion to this site. I know this case, supposedly helped change state law concerning the quicker removal of children from abusive situations. If so, she did not die in vain and has saved others who should know her name.
|Jason N. Gaudet||Campobello NB Cemeteries|
Ruby, thank you for your entries with regards to the cemeteries on Campobello Island, NB, Canada. Your work, especially the photographs, have assisted greatly with entries in our Burial/Interment Index Database for the island. Many thanks - Heritage Charlotte
|April Cahill||RE: Sargent Bray Sr.|
I apologize!! After I submitted it I realized I was looking at the wrong info and I thought I had deleted the request for the edit!
|FamilyHistoriansets||Sanford Ferdinand Petts|
Thanks so much for the edit.
|Sheila Foote||RE: William Donovan|
Thank you, Ruby!
|Bebe Brock||RE Martha F Haskell|
Mount Adams Cemetery, Deer Isle, Maine
You have listed Doris 1899-1977 and Dorothy 1899-1996 as children of Martha Flavilla and Jasper Haskell, they are grandchildren. Doris and Dorothy are the daughters of Capt Caleb Aaron Butler Haskell and his wife Rose Weed Eaton. They were my mother in laws sisters.
|Sheila Foote||RE: Photos for Evergreen Cemetery in Winchester, NH|
Thank you for clarifying this for me. You stay warm, as well! Happy New Year to you and your family!
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