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|I live in southern Vermont and specialize in documenting and photographing small, rural cemeteries. I enjoying going off the beaten path; there is something special about a peaceful cemetery in the woods.|
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|Diane||Mildred Negus Coleman #132422007|
I've discovered that there is a duplicate memorial for Mildred (it is #126190592), which is linked to her second husband Edgar Landman. I have submitted an edit to have Mildred linked to her first husband, Loren Coleman, as well. Would you be willing to delete your memorial for Mildred?
Added by Diane on Nov 02, 2014 12:38 PM
|RAP||RE: Hill Family Photos|
Yes, there were a lot of Hills buried in that lot. I like uniting family members.
Added by RAP on Jul 29, 2014 12:05 PM
|Lisa A.||Darius Hill - Ohio|
I hope you saw the notes I placed on the photo. The rest of his tombstone may be buried as there was a piece of similar stone jutting out of the ground in front of the base. From you bio, would you ever have a chance to get to the Wilcox Cemetery off of the toll road Skyline Drive, going up Mt. Equinox? I am curious if there are anymore than two graves there since some ancestors of people who moved to Geauga County in Ohio are supposed to be buried there. Lisa.
Added by Lisa A. on Jul 24, 2014 7:10 AM
|wayneslyhouse||Tennie & Ruth Coleman|
Thanks so much for taking and uploading the photo of the gravestone of these distant cousins of mine. I've been researching the Coleman family for over 30 years and it is always gratifying when another bit of information can be added to the store I've collected. Thank you!
|Bob Brien||Hunting Family Gravestone Photos|
Thank you very much for posting the gravestone photos for the Hunting family at Winhall Hollow Cemetery in Winhall Vermont
|Robert Pennington||Thank you|
Thanks for the picture of Charlotte Williams Bromley.
|Carol||RE: Russell Day|
Thank you for permission to post your photo on Ancestry. I'm aware of a son, Jabez, who died 15 May 1797, but it is possible that my source is not exactly accurate. There were other Days in that area of VT so your documentation will be very helpful! I look forward to future posts...you ARE appreciated!!! Carol Willis
Added by Carol on Apr 06, 2012 1:52 PM
P.S. Forgot to ask if it is ok to include your photo on Ancestry.com....with credit to you. Thank you, Carol Willis
Added by Carol on Apr 06, 2012 12:26 PM
|Carol||Russell Day headstone|
Just received notification of Russell Day's headstone photo on Find A Grave!!! I cannot thank you enough for taking time to locate, photograph and attach the photo.
His wife is buried at West Schuyler, NY and next to her grave is a footstone with RD, however, there was no gravestone. I recently located information which indicated Russell was buried in VT...and you have confirmed that!
Again, my thanks....Carol Willis (AZ)
Added by Carol on Apr 06, 2012 12:24 PM
Most of my research is in Orange County, New York,
which happens to have several Scofield's from Stamford, Connecticut. Newfield Cemetery is less than a mile away from my home, if you are interested in the Orange County Scofield's, please let me know.
Added by Annie on Dec 08, 2011 5:25 PM
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