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|David Weise||RE: #71926371|
Thanks for the info. You can always edit it with new information and the memorial manager approves it
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.
|clevelandpole||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!
|clevelandpole||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
Thank you for taking the pictures of his grave at Oak Hill in Pownal.
Added by CarolynA on Aug 18, 2014 8:04 PM
|J Sullivan||Rev. E Fitch|
Thank you so much for taking the photo.
|Gwen and Bob||RE: Photo permission|
Thank you very much! Gwen
|Gwen and Bob||Photo permission|
good morning! May I have your permission to use your photos of the gravestones of Josephine Carrier Laughna and her daughters in Heartwellville Cemetery on my ancestry.com family tree, with attribution to you? Thanks very much for your consideration. Gwen
|Midge Frazel||Maple Street Cemetery|
A 5th cousin has found me and she had photos of my Quaker ancestor's gravestones. I was excited. I see that they must actually be in Maple St. Cemetery in the Quaker "part". Thanks for putting up a photo of that signage.
|David Weise||RE: Mabel Hines Hemenway|
Thanks again for all of the photos.
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