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Let me know if you need a transfer if you can add more bio info. Hope everyone gets out there and photographs some stones - that is the main reason this site exists. Thanks.
I URGE EVERYONE TO CLICK ON THE 'EDITS' TAB AT THE TOP OF THEIR PROFILE PAGE ON FIND-A-GRAVE. I did not know it was there for a long time and I realized people were sending corrections thru the new forms for date/place/name edits, etc. Thanks.
I am always reading Find-a-Grave contributors' profiles and I find it depressing that we all can't get along.
One contributor I deal with regularly told me once, "Ryan, some of these memorials we create, no one on Earth will ever click on them ever again."
It just makes you realize that this website should be for enjoyment. I will say one thing however, I am a bit guilty of this [very rarely], but adding memorials for people with burials 'unknown' just to add your own personal family tree to the website does kind of mess things up a bit. :D
But I can deal with it. Peace everyone please.
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|Jim||Morse/ Lane: ...|
Thanks Ryan, I looked at those 3 lists yesterday. I have a cousin in Groton who's gonna drive around looking. I live in Idaho, and have to do all my research online and by phone. Is there a central location that would have the info I need? Or do I need to call every cemetery, clerks office and funeral home individually? Thanks again, Jim
Added by Jim on Apr 18, 2014 8:15 PM
|Jim||Lucius Victor Morse|
Ryan, you list Lucius Morse buried in Crystal Lake, and his mother being Annie E. Morse. After she divorced Albert around 1911, she moved to Gardner and worked at the colony. She ended up getting married to a man 18 years younger named Lewis W. Lane around 1921. They lived in Gardner until she died, ( 1957 in Ashburnham ) any thoughts on where she may be buried? Thanks for all your good work, Jim
Added by Jim on Apr 18, 2014 10:50 AM
|David M Morin||RE: Arlon S. Atherton|
Thanks. I'll add the image.
|Cheryl Sigsbee||RE: (Mason) Amadon|
I agree the spelling is Amadon, and was written incorrectly in our family papers - where they were only mentioned once or twice. Thanks for your help!
Thank you for the transfer of Bridget Ballentine.
Added by Patricia on Apr 03, 2014 6:51 AM
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: profile|
Thank you, Ryan. I'd love to meet Russell Crowe too. lol My granddaughter fell in love with him while making the movie Noah. Quite an experience for her, especially since it was her first movie. Of course she idolizes Emma Watson so that made it even more special. lol
|Richard M. Cummings||Brown's Cemetery, West Fort Ann, NY|
Parents of Orlen Amidon added. Spelling of last name changed. Thanks!
|Susan Maher||RE: Additions to Crawford|
Glad to help.
|Susan Maher||Additions to Crawford|
Made the additions to Find A grave you requested.
|Anne ||RE: edits|
You are more than welcome for the assistance.
BTW I found Charles Harrison Amidon's first wife Ruth in St Johnsbury (Mt Pleasant) and have linked her and am working on info for her parents that are buried with her and a couple of Charles and Ruth's children.
Added by Anne on Mar 17, 2014 5:16 PM
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