I no longer respond to general, public requests for photos on FindAGrave because they are quickly claimed by others in my geographic area. In light of this and increased gas prices, I have turned my focus to the poorly documented Kenduskeag Village Cemetery in hopes of telling the story of Village during the 1800s, one burial at a time by researching families via Ancestry.com.
I will respond to personal photo requests sent to me by e-mail or through messages on this site and am happy to help all I can. When responding to photo requests, I look for other markers in the cemetery bearing the same family name. Please feel free to e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to request photos at local cemeteries.
RE: Baby Sawtelle # 114331879 Kim, the only connection I see between Baby Sawtelle with Earl and Louise Sawtelle is my photo identifying the family lot. This was not my memorial, but will remove the family stone photo if you prefer. Ray
RE: Harold Parcher Weymouth Harold is a relative, but no t a direct ancestor. he had no children and never married. I would glady accept management of his grave if you are willing to transfer it to me. Thank you. Peter
Old Cutler Cemetery Hello, Kim. I see that you posted a photo of the Old Cutler Cemetery. I live many states away, and just want to be sure that it is a separate cemetery from the one identified on Find a Grave as Cutler Cemetery. I have posted two graves there that I find described in one source as located in Old Cutler and in another source as Cutler! Thanks for any help you can offer.