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BobBoston (#46926159)
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Bio Photo Celebrate Volunteerism!!!

YOU Volunteer to get the Burial Plot.
I'LL Volunteer to get the photo.
Hello All,
WEE talked me into this...and I've been having a great time taking headstone photos from France, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, Easter Island, Saigon, Africa, Iceland, Greenland, and all over New England. Rather nice hobby, now that I am retired.

Suggestions are appreciated.
DO NOT COPY ANYONE'S PHOTOS without asking for permission!!!

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Stealth Angel
Charles P. Randall
Thank you very much for photographing Charles and Ruby's stone. I appreciate your help. :)
Added by Stealth Angel on Nov 24, 2015 3:03 PM
Shippagan, New Brunswick
I was attempting to give you some of the names I have in my family tree which are buried in St. Jerome, Shippagan. I think I will try that later since I am having a conflict with someone else with the same names.
Added by sle on Nov 24, 2015 7:16 AM
John VanWagner

Thanks so much for the quick reply to my photo request. I really appreciate it!

Added by TLyons on Nov 22, 2015 5:25 PM
Tim & Grace
Weir, Adele (Pierson) Malden 1925 v.32 p.210

Hi Bob,

Adele (Pierson) Weir married in Malden, 1925 v.32 p.210 to James Faye.

It looks like he might be the James Louis Fay (1877-1956) buried in Holy Cross Cemetery and Mausoleum in Malden with his parents, John F. Fay & Catherine J. Kiley... and 1st (?) wife Elizabeth Margaret Barton (1880-1963). She was head of household in Boston in the 1930 census with her children, so likely they were divorced between 1920 and 1925. Probably at Middlesex County Superior Court. I had 3 divorces there myself between 1988 and 1993.

Still researching ;-)

Sincerely, Tim
Live Long and Prosper
and Volunteer \V/,
Added by Tim & Grace on Nov 20, 2015 11:10 AM
Tim & Grace
Celebrate Volunteerism!

Hi Bob,

I do quite a bit of volunteer work for the American Legion, plus all the work we all do here on findagrave is volunteer. We should all move to Tennessee ;-)

Sincerely, Tim
Added by Tim & Grace on Nov 20, 2015 10:57 AM
St. Jerome, Shippagan
I've got three Bulger's in there now. Can put in a lot more.
Added by sle on Nov 19, 2015 8:55 PM
Tim & Grace
1943, not 1913

Thanks for the catch on the typo ;-)

Added by Tim & Grace on Nov 19, 2015 8:44 PM
Tim & Grace
Robert Myrton Weir in Oak Grove Cemetery in Medford

Hi Bob,

Thank you for the great photos of Robert's gravestone in Oak Grove Cemetery... AND for adding the memorial for his mother. I linked his memorial to hers and then I saw that I had a pending edit from you. It said "no change"... so I am guessing that the edit was to link him yo his mother. Anyway, I ACCEPTED the edit. I will send you some more information for her memorial.

Sincerely, Tim
Added by Tim & Grace on Nov 19, 2015 8:36 PM
How about Canada?
Added by sle on Nov 19, 2015 2:16 PM
Tim & Grace
Robert Myrton Weir in Oak Grove Cemetery in Medford

Hi Bob,

Thank you for the edit with the plot information for Robert Weir. His father, Clarence, was a brother to my wife's great-grandmother, Bertha. Clarence was a candy maker in the Boston area. His brother Percy was killed in an explosion in 1939 working on the Blackwater Dam in Hopkinton, NH. They are buried in Cambridge Cemetery in Cambridge with their mother Eliza Jane (Blackburn)(Weir) Harris. They are near the bottom of a list of155 photo requests for Cambridge Cemetery. I guess you would have to "punt" across the Charles River for that ;-)

Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Historian & Past Commander
American Legion
John D. Long Post# 58
Buckfield, Maine 04220
Added by Tim & Grace on Nov 19, 2015 8:33 AM
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