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We live in Central NH. Our family (and friends) graves are located primarily all over New England and we're trying to locate as many as we can in an effort to complete family history and to honor their respective memories.|
We are especially interested in the families whose ancestors were citizens of Durham, Maine. Many thanks to all the contributors who have helped us locate photos and link family members inside the memorials.
That search fostered another into the Kenneson branch of the family, with roots in Aroostook County, Maine. Happily, FAG was the vehicle for meeting a family cousin and fellow contributor, Geno42, who has very generously shared volumes of family history and some delightful photos.
Along the way, whenever we visit a cemetery for any reason, we try to take pictures and add to the memorials in the collective data base.
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Please use the EDIT tab on the memorial for suggested corrections and transfer requests. Be sure any transfer request clearly indicates your relationship to the deceased. Thanks!
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|Bob ||Mary Ellen Cormier|
I will be sending you a lot of edits on Mary Ellen. I just realized that she is a relative. My question is how did you get her info. She was part of a large family who lived in Rumford and I am looking for 2 brothers and a sister.
Added by Bob on Nov 20, 2014 10:38 AM
|Roger Beckwith||Thank you|
Thank you for the information on my grandparents. Did you know them?
Thank you for creating the memorials for my uncle Lawrence Gillis and my aunt Barbara Rowe Gillis (#121179003).
|Chris Collman||Limestone ME thanks!!!|
Thanks for noting my comment and hope others might confirm/deny. I am deep into my 7th cousin's tree which seems to involve Berube, Cote, Nadeau and Caron/Corrow/Corron names in Aroostock County and over the border in NB. Really appreciate the death record notes that have been added.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||RE: Doris Lavallee|
I certainly understand where you're coming from...thanks
|Russ Pickett||RE: HELP !!!! LOL|
Thank you very much. I had a record for a soldier who died after World War II was over and his record only noted the Episcopal Cemetery in Limestone which I couldn't find .... I appreciate it very much!! :-)
|NyxMCPS||RE: Jonathan Larrabee|
I actually have the plot map and list of people buried in said plot, but he isn't listed as being buried in lot 279. I looked at a record from ancestry.com about a headstone from the federal government but there is no veteran stone in that plot. There is also no dedicated Civil War area in this cemetery as it wasn't established until 1870. I'll keep checking though. Also added a Larrabee virtual cemetery and you can look through it to look at the other stones I got pictures of.
Added by NyxMCPS on Aug 25, 2014 6:10 PM
|NyxMCPS||RE: Jonathan Larrabee|
Where would you like me to post them?
Added by NyxMCPS on Aug 25, 2014 4:59 PM
I'm thinking that this flat marker is buried, I had to dig a few of them out that weren't requested. I have those if you want them.
Added by NyxMCPS on Aug 25, 2014 4:16 PM
|GILLIAN MOUNTJOY||edward angers|
id like to find out more about edward angers .how could i do this .it of course could be the wrong one but as he served in world war 2 he could well be the man im searching for ./im from england so was trying to find if he served some tim eover here .
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