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Dawn (#46879937)
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Bio Photo As I walked in the cemeteries, quickly scribbling dates; I realized that this was too time consuming and a very tedious way to record information.

It became apparent to me that digital photography was the way to go. It would be the quickest, best and easiest way to save documentation, and the best way to accurately index the dates and inscriptions for use at a later time in research.

Updates or corrections are always welcome only with SOURCES OR DOCUMENTATION. - Dawn
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Ruth E Gifford
Do you mean the stone carver got it wrong? Did someone get a refund?
Added by GPoppa on Jun 09, 2016 3:57 PM
George Brown

There isn't a date on the stone. The date was added by the memorial creator , and it coincides with the RIHCC date. So I will go by their records, and the stone only says Children of Harry T. and Eliza B. Brown.
Added by Scout on May 27, 2016 7:39 AM
Charles Baker

Since his stone is documented with photograph from the R I Historical Cemetery Commission and located in the North Burial Ground, his stone in Mass with his siblings must be a cenotaph. You may want to ask the other one to be noted as a cenotaph with his siblings,
Added by Scout on Mar 05, 2016 6:32 PM
Bobbie Terrill
Benjamin Sprague
Please recheck your digital photo of his marker. I believe it clearly has his date of deth as 1958 (eight) not 1953.

Puritan Lawn Memorial Park
Peabody, Massachusetts

Added by Bobbie Terrill on Jan 13, 2016 10:59 AM
Charles Trip

He is in there twice because he was duplicated and attached. I work very well with the other manager so I will let her know. Thank you for catching it, and impeccable work oh I love that :)
Added by Scout on Jan 03, 2016 4:11 PM
RE: Re: Stephen & Mary Brownell Family - Beech Grove
You're welcome.
Added by J.Bosworth on Oct 01, 2015 2:28 PM
RE: Re: Stephen & Mary Brownell Family - Beech Grove
Yes, you have my permission. Please edit as necessary.
Added by J.Bosworth on Sep 27, 2015 7:16 AM
RE: Re: Stephen & Mary Brownell Family - Beech Grove
Hello Dawn,

Thanks for letting me know this. I have seen quite a few that need correction. I will be in touch. Thanks. Janet
Added by J.Bosworth on Sep 27, 2015 7:14 AM
Re: Stephen & Mary Brownell Family - Beech Grove
Hello Dawn,

Thanks for your attention to this. The memorials listed in Beech Grove Cemetery for Stephen A. Brownell, as well children, Herman, Hope, Minnie, Albert & Mabel are being marked as cenotaphs. Stephen and children, Herman, Hope & Minnie were originaly buried at Beech Grove. According to the City of New Bedford, Mass. cemetery records, they were disinterred and removed to Oak Grove Cemetery, New Bedford in October 1907. The entire family is buried together there.

Stephen's wife, Mary (Sisson) Brownell, and children Albert and Mabel were never interred at Beech Grove. There is no memorial at Beech Grove for this Mary Brownell. Notes are being added to all the memorials involved and everything will be straightened out shortly. Thanks again, and have a great day! Janet
Added by J.Bosworth on Sep 26, 2015 7:13 AM
James Butzke
William Devoll dupe
Hi Dawn! William DuVoll and his wife Elizabeth are duplicates where? They are the only ones in the cemetery.
Added by James Butzke on Sep 02, 2015 10:25 PM
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