|Thomas Dunne (#46784633)|
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I use to use chalk on old stones, and was unaware of any damage it may do. I no longer use chalk on stones. If anyone has a listing I placed a stone photo on in which I used chalk, and they want that photo removed, just let me know and I will remove it. As agreed by find a grave, the chalked photo's will be removed as new, readable photo's are placed on the listing.|
I just want to let everyone know, I do read all of the messages left on my page, and appreciate hearing that my efforts are not in vain. I am sorry though that I only answer the ones that are a question. I do appreciate all of your messages.
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|Alice ||New Gurn Spring Cemetery|
Thomas - If you have access to the Gurn Spring Cemetery title page too, would you please add "also known as the New Gurn Spring Cemetery"
Thanks again, Alice
Added by Alice on Oct 11, 2015 5:26 AM
|Steven Wiezbicki||John T. McDonough|
Thanks Thomas, for the great photos of John's monument and gravestone!
- Steve Wiezbicki
|Brian Irwin||James Sheppard|
Thanks for looking for an inscription for James Sheppard for me. If you only found another Sheppard grave then that is likely where he is buried and I'd appreciate a photo being added to the record. Thanks for your time! Brian
|Alice ||Perry Cemetery|
Looks great, thanks! :-) Alice
Added by Alice on Oct 09, 2015 7:37 AM
|Alice ||Perry, Emerson Corners, Old Gurn Springs, Cemetery|
Thomas - The cemetery listed on Find A Grave as Perry Cemetery, Gurn Spring, Saratoga County, isn't really Perry Cemetery... although that's how the sign reads... and the stones from the Perry Cemetery can be found there, in a group, in the rear of the cemetery. It appears that the Perry Cemetery was moved to the much larger Emersons Corners Cemetery, some time after 1876. The vast majority of the stones at that Gurn Spring location were listed by Durkee as Emersons Corners Cemetery. Cornelius Durkee's location for Emersons Corners Cemetery is "located adjoining and on the east side of the M.E. church at Emersons Corners." The church building is still there. Eventually additional space was needed and land across the road became the new Gurn Spring Cemetery, aka Ellsworth Cemetery, and Emersons Corners Cemetery became the old cemetery at Gurn Spring or Old Gurn Spring Cemetery, and relatively recently a sign was added by the Town of Wilton declaring the cemetery Perry Cemetery. My point to all this... if you were the person who first added a memorial to Perry Cemetery (and you did add memorials back in 2006) would you please add to the title page "also known as" Emersons Corners Cemetery and Old Gurn Spring Cemetery.
Thanks so much, Alice
Added by Alice on Oct 09, 2015 5:44 AM
|Colleen German||James & Eleanor Mahoney|
I let my cousin know you were unable to locate her other set of grandparents. As it turns out, she was in New York this past summer and photographed their stones. She sent them to me and I have added them. Thanks again!
|Colleen German||Robert & Helen Ryan|
I forgot to ask...do you mind if I use your photograph for my genealogy records?
|Colleen German||Robert & Helen Ryan|
I can't begin to thank you enough for the photos of my grandparents' headstone. After seeing the number of photo requests for St Agnes, I held little hope of ever getting them. When I received the email notification today of Photo Success, I was overjoyed! I am a photo volunteer here in Nebraska. My greatest wish is to make someone's day as much as you did mine! Thank you, also, for trying to locate James & Eleanor Mahoney. I do so appreciate your time and your work.
Thanks very much for letting me know about Lillian not having a stone, Thomas! The family genealogy has her there, but I guess she never got a headstone. I removed the request and am just doublechecking with the cemetery that she really is there and will just put a note about this in her memorial. Thanks for your help!
Thank you for your recent efforts to take photos of THREE of the Lapoints in St. Agnes cemetery. I frankly think that after a certain amount of photos have been taken by a "photo volunteer" you should be called a "photo angel" instead. I think of you that way. Thank you so much!
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