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|I live just outside of the city of Boston. I like to get out on my mountain bike and cruise for exercise. I'd like to use requests to photograph and geocode headstones as a new motivator to get me out on my bike this winter. |
Craven family Lincoln and Wayland, Mass. in the 1860-1930 timeframe. Likewise, the Curley family of Wayland and prior Hyde Park and Dorchester who are intricately married into the Craven's.
Doyle family from Lot 4 and Lot 7 (Burton) Prince Edward Island.
Dulkė and Grigūnas (Григунас) families of Ginakiemis, Varėnos district, Alytaus County Lithuania from 1870, through Soviet Period.
Kavaliauskas family of the village of Babriškės, Varėnos, Alytaus County Lithuania.
Feather family of Keighley, West Yorkshire in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
Wilkie's of East Boston and Chelsea, Mass in the 1890-1960 time frame.
I am also a descendant of the The Sears 36 of Dedham, Massachusetts.
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|Susan Connelly||Joseph LaFramboise|
I have removed Almira Cyr Caron as Joseph's mother, and added Onisieme Cyr Hoyt, I hope that is correct. It seems to me that her last name should be LaFramboise, shouldn't it? Those edits, I suspect, came from someone else because I have never been to that Taunton cemetery. Let me know if this needs further attention.
|Grand Army of the Republic||Richard P. Hanley Grave Photos|
I want to thank you very, very much for the excellent grave photos of Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Richard P. Hanley. Your photo of the inscription on his gravestone is proof positive that this is the Medal of Honor soldier. I am passing along this Findagrave memorial to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society so that this soldier will receive official govt. recognition of his burial location. I could not have done this without your kind efforts. I hope you had fun in finding him. Again thank you so much. I'm thrilled!
Grand Army of the Republic
I just called the cemetery.They E-Mailed me the map which I posted on her memorial.Also I changed it to Grave 24 east not Sect.24 East.So if you ever go again..........Thank You.
Added by mrosbe on May 26, 2015 11:34 AM
Thank you for trying to find my Gr.Grandmothers stone.
I wonder if the cemetery knows weather a stone is there or not.I will call them today to see.I will also see if they will send me a map where (X) will mark the spot.So I will have to send them a stamped self addressed envelope.
If I have any luck with that would you feel like trying again? Thank You,Mary
Added by mrosbe on May 26, 2015 10:10 AM
Added by JenB on May 26, 2015 5:23 AM
|Robert Manning||Thank you for the photos!|
Thank you for taking the time to visit Mount Calvary Cemetery and take the photos of my greatx3 grandparents' grave markers!
|Linda O||In Appreciation|
Be still my heart! I was overjoyed to see the photos of the McGroty graves. I had no idea that they would have been buried in the Kearns plot. Thanks to your exceptional kindness I now have more members of the Kearns family and their memorial. It appears that they were all buried in layers. I guess families chose this because of lack of space. Bless you for all your dedication and your willingness to go the extra mile for these dear souls. It is so appreciated!
Added by Linda O on Oct 12, 2014 10:09 PM
Thank you for the transfers.
Added by Heather on Oct 12, 2014 6:02 PM
|Heather ||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the Photo ofMy Grandmother's( Nora Robert) Headstone.
Best Wishes, Heather
Added by Heather on Oct 12, 2014 6:00 PM
|Deborah Pinchbeck Garber||Benjamin Torf|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the gravesite of my husband's uncle, Benjamin Torf, and for creating the memorials for Ben's parents, Isadore and Bessie (Kravitz) Torf.
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