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Debi (#46830109)
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Bio Photo ** My gravestone photos are for sharing! Please use them freely for your personal family research projects. However, if you re-publish them online, please include a photo credit "Photo by Find A Grave volunteer Debi C." Proper photo credit further encourages the volunteerism which makes this awesome resource possible. Thanks! **

I still consider myself a Rhode Islander - where I grew up, lived, worked, and played for some 50 odd years - but as of July 2012, now call Gray Maine "home".

My husband of 27+ years sometimes pokes fun at me for spending much of my free time in cemeteries, but I continue to be engrossed in the study of family history and find cemeteries simply fascinating!

My own genealogy work began when my Dad died just two months before seeing the new millennium and hasn't stopped since. I enjoy helping others realize their family history goals and often take photos or conduct limited research projects - just for fun! - on a volunteer basis.

Many of my own ancestors have been in southeastern New England for centuries. My more recently "imported" predecessors were from England and Ireland.
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cindi brockman
Searles Family
Hello Debi. I was so sad to find Austin and Anna had no headstone so I hope you don't mind I took pictures of their plot and added them.

I did find in the registry Gilbert and Marie Searles and i did add Marie to the Find A Grave site with pictures. I have to add for Gilbert but will do so as I have to get his date of interment however he is not marked on her headstone though they are buried together.

I do not know if they are related but thought I would add them and take the pictures.

Sincerely,
Cindi
Added by cindi brockman on Jul 08, 2014 5:52 PM
philip nason
Gray Village Cem
My name is Philip Nason you have posted two photos of grave headstones---(I) Charles H, Nason wife Carrie Nason & dau Ruth.. y have permision to put that photo on my "private" Ancestry tree. I can not for some reason print this photo- to use as a Ancestry Profile . Do you have a copy I my purchase-- Gray (Maine) Village Cem plot 3-0-06 ?? Also you have with the same above photo one for the Hulme (Holme) family again I can not print this photo can you help with a larger photo ? What fee ? The first one of Charles & Carrie Nason my grandparents Ruth Nason was (would nave been) great aunt. Please help- For other item I can turn on side and reduce the size and print not these Sincerely Philip Nason nason.p@att.net
Added by philip nason on Jun 08, 2014 11:50 PM
Peter
RE: Durgin and Knight
I am wondering if a divorce occurred. The second marriage is just a year before Charles Knight dies.
Added by Peter on Jun 01, 2014 6:33 AM
Peter
Durgin and Knight
Debi,
There was a marriage on December 1, 1923 of Charles Knight of Gray, ME to Dorothy H Durgin of Casco, ME. I will do further research about this.
Peter
Added by Peter on May 31, 2014 6:35 PM
philip nason
John S Brown
Thank you for the photo of the headstone -- I now have to figure out who the "Shaw" is that Sarah Amanada (Hill) Brown married & when ? Thank You again Philip Nason
Added by philip nason on May 31, 2014 4:01 PM
Sally - Midcoast Maine
Gray Village
68% !!! Look at you go. Hope all is well.

Sally
Added by Sally - Midcoast Maine on May 27, 2014 5:28 AM
Tom
RE: Hass Family - Highland Cemetery
Debi:
I looked closely to see if there might be a stone in there for Augusta. I just could not see one. Lilacs, if properly kept and maintained are a beautiful bush, however, if one lets it go, it can really turn things into quite a mess.
The next time I am up that way, will try and stop in and take another look see.
Regards,
Tom
Added by Tom on May 19, 2014 7:59 PM
Ralph Gowen
RE: Webster headstone
It's always the last place you look, rarely is the last the same as the first... I was in Maine in April and was wandering around Oakdale Cemetery in Sanford without the aid of a plot map - highly entertaining to figure out where I was by finding a stone, looking it up on the web, then another one to see if I was going the right direction... Figured it out eventually.

Ralph
Added by Ralph Gowen on May 16, 2014 3:45 PM
Ralph Gowen
Webster headstone
Thank you for taking the time to find and photograph the headstone

Ralph
Added by Ralph Gowen on May 16, 2014 3:26 PM
cw-sawyers
Fred W. Sawyer photo
Thank you, Debi, for this photo.
I spent a few hours putting this much of the family together. Looks like Fred W was indeed 90!
Estelle's death date was off by a month, too;
but I was lucky enough to find her obit.
Thanks for your work ... and keep clicking ...
Added by cw-sawyers on Apr 21, 2014 5:35 PM
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