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I put a lot of time in to what I do. I take care of all I add.
The new edit system is so much faster. Please use it. I may not add all if you send it the old way.
I transfer only family that falls in the guild lines.
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your SIBLINGS, PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS,GREAT-GRANPARENTS,CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN, and GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN.
I would like to know how you are family, (Like your mothers father) not just my grandfather.
I do not transfer to name collectors or Just because someone is in your family tree.
You do not have to maintain a memorial to have information added. I will add links and bio's.
DOUBLES should not be added, it only takes a few seconds to search the cemetery first.
that are move are sometime removed. The one that is in the right cemetery first may stay, so if I search a cemetery and do not find the name I add it. If you move you unknown I will sent them in to find a grave.
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|Denise Richard||RE: Sarah Wakefield Grant|
I only took the photos I posted. The snow at this cemetery was very deep, but fortunately there was a layer of ice I was able to walk on. I live a couple of miles from this cemetery and would be willing to get more photos, but I will wait for spring. You send me the names and I will be happy to help.
|Denise Richard||Goodwins Mills Cemetery, Maine|
While looking for Sarah Wakefield Grant, I found a couple of other Wakefield's buried near Sarah and Stephen.
Jacob Wakefield: died Sept 10, 1889 (~58 yrs old)
Charles J. Wakefield; July 23, 1854 Nov 6, 1912
Georgie A. his wife:
I couldn't find their names on this website, but I took a picture of the grave site just in case you wanted it.
|Denise Richard||Sarah Wakefield Grant|
Per your email request, I found this grave site at the Goodwins Mills Cemetery, but was unable to use the fulfill button on my email. The name came up as Irene Harris.
I will attach both Sarah's and her husband Stephen Grant on the add a photo page instead.
It's winter here, so it was a little difficult to get photo and would be willing to go back once the snow has melted if this photo is insufficient.
|Martha Croasmun||RE: Nehemiah Curtis, Jr.|
"It is fine for Find A Grave to visit the Webber cemetery. I don't know where the Stover Cemetery is. For GPS purposes the cottage address is 1637 Harpswell Neck Road, zip 04079.
Suggest the photographer come in late Spring as there is now at least six feet of snow on the ground and then there will be mud season. They should walk up to the right of the cottage.
The Stover cemetery is south of the above address. Near the top of the hill walk left across the field from Rte. 123 into the woods. The cemetery is overgrown with large trees, but the stones are pretty much intact.
|Gwen||RE: Photo permission|
Thank you very much for permission to use your photo on ancestry.com. Your willingness to share is much appreciated. Gwen
Added by Gwen on Mar 11, 2014 9:57 AM
|Judith Anderson||Leonard Morse Photo|
Hello, I am descended from Leonard Morse though his daughter Mary Hall Morse who married Abijah Locke. My grandfather was Edward Locke Lord. I would like to add this photograph to Leonard Morse in my Ancestry.com profile. Please let me know how you would like it to be cited.
|wvy||James A. Howe, Riverside Cem,|
Thank you so much for your quick response adding info I had sent for Howe, of Lewiston, ME. I appreciate that so much--and glad you had his memorial online. --winnie
Added by wvy on Mar 07, 2014 8:45 AM
I am writing to ask you permission to use several of your photos of gravestones of members of the Cobb/Raymond families buried in Bowdoinham, Maine, on my ancestry.com family tree, with attribution to you and Find a Grave. Thank you very much for your consideration. GWen
Added by Gwen on Mar 05, 2014 9:18 AM
|Ed Bickford||Jacob P Bickford #82184442|
Thanks for adding Jacob Bickford. He was my great-great grandfather on my Dad's side. I have several updates to be made to link him to his parents which will link him to my grandfather and his parents. I have the lineage going back to 1702 which is 5 generations back from him. I also have several photos, his first wife and his children to add to the record. Would you mind transferring him to me or would you prefer I send you the information?
I have just found the memorial for Wilha Kuvaja, must have missed it before, sorry!
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