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Journeyman (#46843715)
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Bio Photo CNC troubleshooter, electrician, chess player, genealogy, photography.North Adams, Clarksburg, Williamstown, Adams MA area.
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DE Sundeen
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 146501699
Tell Pat Hi from Anoka, without her companionship I spend my days making memorials.
Added by DE Sundeen on Aug 14, 2015 9:06 AM
Lori Schell
RE: Headstones of Clark
I did send to your email address check your messages and subjects would be them. I will double check my sent mail.
Added by Lori Schell on May 15, 2015 12:16 PM
Lori Schell
RE: Headstones of Clark
There is a a good section of Myers in there too. I wonder if their cousins or a connection. I know I can take a photo of the record books for you of burial.
Added by Lori Schell on May 15, 2015 9:20 AM
Lori Schell
Headstones of Clark
I decided to send you the headstones I shot just for the fun of it today for research reasons because it had Henry's name on them.
Added by Lori Schell on May 14, 2015 10:54 PM
Lori Schell
You gotta love it when you find conflicting information. This is the third time this week. Skip that wife part about Otis.
Added by Lori Schell on May 14, 2015 10:52 PM
Lori Schell
Otis Clark
Are you aware Otis Clark had two wifes? That Abigail was his second wife. Well you must if your looking for Henry Clark who was born in Vermont. I have searched and searched the cemetery for them. The only thing Is that the stones could be missing for some odd reason. They were recorded for being buried there in the actual ledgers. I have a photo of where I think stones may have been.
Added by Lori Schell on May 14, 2015 10:35 PM
David Weise
RE: #71926371
Thanks for the info. You can always edit it with new information and the memorial manager approves it
Added by David Weise on Feb 24, 2015 9:24 PM
David Weise
Lucretia Maria Brooks Hemenway. In the photo that you took of this memorial, are you able to read the date of her death better than the image on Find A Grave? If you can, can you edit the memorial with the correct date of death? Thank you.
Added by David Weise on Feb 21, 2015 10:44 PM
RE: Deborah Babcock Moon
Thankx for the information about the stones. I've walked over a couple of ground bee nests, but I've never seen a snake! I must be too noisy!
Holly k
Added by clevelandpole on Sep 25, 2014 4:55 AM
Deborah Babcock Moon
Hello--I see you had photographed this stone in the Morgan-Townslee cemetery a number of years ago. I wonder if you can please tell me what material it is carved from, and if there are any others like it in that cemetery. It looks like a type of dove-gray marble that I see sporadically in my area on very old stones. It characteristically tends to split by "delaminatng", almost like slate. Many of our early settlers and stone carvers came from that area of Vermont, and I've wondered if that is where the stones were shipped from.
Thanx. Holly K
Added by clevelandpole on Sep 17, 2014 6:32 AM
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