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DebL (#47462502)
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Bio Photo I am a Vermonter with family roots in Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ireland, Scotland, England, Germany and probably places I don't yet know about. Finding family monuments through Find A Grave has allowed me to spend a little time with family members whose graves I may never get to visit in person. I hope to help other people find similar connections to their own families.

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Edward Morrow # 146029535
Hey, Deb! Per the Vermont state records Edward was born on March 11, 1896 & he died on July 8, 1896 of Cholera Infantum. Edward Morrow was 4 months old when he passed away. The records from the city of Burlington, VT are quite easy to read as they are typed & Charles E. Allen(City Clerk) signed off on both the birth & death record.
Added by jmgs1 on Jun 28, 2015 12:57 AM
Barnet/Waterford history
Hey Deb,
Note your family sources imply that you are from away.
Also note that you have uploaded many memorials to the Passumpsic River cemetery over the town line from the town of Barnet village of Passumpsic in the town of Waterford.
As an 8th generation resident of Barnet, and an intimate acquaintance with the residents of that cemetery, I wish to inquire as to your sources for your memorial's info.
I possess a copy of my gr-aunt's 1981 transcript of the cemetery - which the Town Clerk has accepted as the official town record for Section, Row, Lot/Grave number in all the cemeteries in the town.
Suspect that we might work well together on our documentation projects.
Added by Barnet/Waterford history on Jun 18, 2015 9:27 PM
RE: Harvey mixup at Passumpsic Cemetery
Thanks - it's not very far from me so I'm sure I'll be back when I have time. Some of these old stones are impossible to photograph, but I do my best, and I appreciate the compliment!
Added by wlinzer on Jun 11, 2015 5:41 AM
RE: Harvey mixup at Passumpsic Cemetery
Sorry about that - it's fixed.
Added by wlinzer on Jun 10, 2015 5:27 AM
James D. Folsom/Mt Pleasant Cem.
Greetings Deb,

During my morning coffee I discovered I had suffered a brain cramp. I had received an edit of Flora Newell Folsom and was researching the family and adding two obits for Flora and her husband Dr J. D. Folsom (Memorial# 137808602) . Ahhh, that is where the cramp occurred. I then realized that you already had one for James D. Folsom ( Memorial# 119729598) . Can I send you a copy of the obit and you add it to your bio?

Added by Anne on May 20, 2015 8:25 AM
Gary Douglas
Joseph Douglas
Deb thanks for finding Joseph.
Added by Gary Douglas on May 19, 2015 1:35 PM
Gary Douglas
Orin Grace
Deb I want to thank you for taking the time to look for Orin. Thanks again
Added by Gary Douglas on May 19, 2015 1:34 PM
Beverley Rowe Service
Thomas & Elizabeth Goodwin memorials
Thank you very much for taking these photos.
Added by Beverley Rowe Service on May 14, 2015 9:22 PM
Susan Thomas
Green family edit
Thanks so much for the Sarah Daniels Green edit!

Added by Susan Thomas on May 12, 2015 8:48 AM
Erin Bohannon
Ralph Edwin Goulet
Thank you so much for taking the time to track down his burial! Even though there is no visible marker, it means a lot to me to see where he is buried. He has a nice spot, where he can watch the daylilies bloom. :D
Added by Erin Bohannon on May 09, 2015 8:22 AM
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