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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.
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|Dolly Pfeifer||Joseph Scappini|
Thank you so much for the photo of Joseph's headstone. I was wondering if it would be okay to add these photos to my family tree. I would give you the credit for taking them. Thank you again. Dolly
|Dolly Pfeifer||Angelina Zani Scappini|
Thank you so much for venturing out in the snow to take the picture for Joseph & Angelina Scappini. Dolly
|Barbara Hunter-Holmes||Annie Crane Julian|
I'd like your permission to post your photos on my Ancestry family tree.
Annie and her Crane family are very distantly related but in my tree none-the-less.
Thanks so much,
|Nancy Larsen Helmick||RE: Charles, Hilma, Robert Holm. photo requests.|
If you should find yourself at Mt. Hope Cemetery again, would you be willing to look for the graves of Alvilda Holm (Maple Grove Section; Grace 2264) and/or Albert Holm (d. 16 Apr 1930). His grave might not necessarily be near hers as he died so much later than she and he had remarried.
|Nancy Larsen Helmick||Charles, Hilda and Robert Holm @ Mr Hope Cemetery in Boston|
I appreciate very much your efforts on my behalf - it's so perplexing that the cemetery would have such conflicting information. My dates come from the Massachusetts Vital and Town Records, and Charles (who is reported by cemetery as stillborn) clearly lived for 10 months, being born 22 Nov 1883 and having died 1 Oct 1884. Hilda, his twin, died a few days later on 5 Oct 1884 (close to date of 2 Oct 1884 that they reported to you).
I was unaware of the fact that these graves were indigent. Would that mean that there were no markers for them? It must have been a very trying time - all in all, Albert & Alvilda Holm lost 5 children between 1877 and 1884. In fact, Alvilda died the following year and is also buried at Mt. Hope.
I will contact Mt Hope directly - thanks for their information.
Thanks again for your help.
|Kenny Dee||RE: Again thank you so much!|
Yes I added Mary, can you upload those photos to her memorial too? I have hit my limit for photo request. I have been entering memorial like no body business for 48 hours straight! Damn red bull! LOL
|Kenny Dee||Again thank you so much!|
Again thank you thank you thank you for fulfilling my request for photographing!
I do have one more if you don't mind.
You recently went out and did the Bertolino headstones. On them were profile pictures of them. Would you mind going back out and getting a close up photo of the profile picture itself?
|Kate Foster||RE: Christopher & Mary Kirk|
Are you by any chance familiar with Holyhood Cemetery? My mother and I will be up to do some research the 19-21 and are thinking about going there to look for some missing ancestors who we can't seem to locate death dates/burial locations for. We know one person is there and we have hopes to find the others. Is it in a safe area? How big is it?
|Kate Foster||Christopher & Mary Kirk|
Thank you so much! I was not expecting such a quick response! I really appreciate it and so does my mother.
Gosh you are dedicated - taking pictures in the snow. I really appreciate your efforts.
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