|Marie Bonafonte (#46532310)|
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Please feel comfortable about contacting me if you have corrections or additional information you would like me to add. Be sure to add "findagrave" on the subject line. Photos are for your personal use only.|
Please do not ask me to copy obituary notice to the record unless you are the author, since this would be in violation of one of the FAG policies. You may, however, provide the newspaper name, publication location, date of publication and page #. If the obit provides information such as the parents' names, please let me know it came from the obit and I will add.
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|Robert Champlin||Lois N. Champlain|
Dear Ms. Bonafonte:
I was pleased to see your recent posting of Lois N. Champlain in the North End Cemetery at Warehouse Point, Connecticut. Until now, I wasn't sure who Lois' parents were and had guessed that they were Aaron Champlin & Elizabeth Rockwell. Aaron Champlin, as it turns out (based on the information you quoted) was Lois' uncle and William Champlin's older brother.
William & Lucinda Champlin are buried in the Springdale Cemetery at Warehouse Point.
I have visited both of these cemeteries. It is interesting to note that while Lois' grave clearly calls her "Champlain", William and Lucinda's clearly calls them "Champlin".
Champlin is the correct spelling. It is an all too common practice for other people (including some Champlin's!) to misspell our surname and to claim to have descended from explorer Samuel de Champlain (who had no children).
Thank you for correcting my error regarding Lois' parent's names.
|Patricia Dwyer||RE: O'Keefe|
Marie, Thank you for your help in linking these memorials and the cemeteries! It is the kindness of volunteers like yourself that inspired me to become a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave. Your work in both St. John's cemeteries has been very helpful to me. Thank you.
|Patricia Dwyer||RE: Bridget Leahy|
Marie, Thank you very much for editing the memorial. Yes, it is more than a bit confusing. I received an message from Find A Grave indicating your information conflicted with mine. I thought it might be easier to just create a new memorial. The Hale collection has an error for this one grave marker. And the Al Laput collection copied the information from Hale although he has added a picture. I appreciate your taking the time to do the editing. Thank you very much for all the work you have done in St. John's cemetery! The generous gift of your time is appreciated. I have wonderful memories of this cemetery. However, I now live in Pennsylvania and it has been so helpful to my research!
|Denise Kennedy||Thomas Bancroft|
Please see my updated listing
Marie, Thank you for transferring the Thomas O'Keefe, Mary O'Keefe, and Bridget O'Keefe memorials. I appreciate it very much. Thank you also for the wonderful work you have done on all the graves in St. John's Cemetery. It is an amazing amount of volunteer work! We are grateful for your generosity!
|Wendy Wilson Holmes||17894279|
Betsey is my 3rd great grand aunt.
Jonathan and Elizabeth (Allen) Pasco were her parents.
Could you please transfer her and her family memorial to me if you can.
Wendy L Holmes
|Wendy Wilson Holmes||15732681|
Hi again Marie,
Would you be so kind to I transfer William R. Pasco as well.
|Wendy Wilson Holmes||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 17203936|
Thank you so much.
Wendy L Holmes
|Patti ct||RE: Fannie Herman #46243839|
Thanks very much...i tried, wasn't able to remove the "calculated" relationship status
Added by Patti ct on Sep 13, 2014 6:45 PM
|Patti ct||Fannie Herman #46243839|
Thank you for posting photos of my Great-grandparents on line. Just wanted to confirm the relationship that was marked as tentative...Morris and Fannie Herman were married to each other. I've visited their graves. The stones aren't next to each other...there was a mistake, and at some point,the space meant for Fannie(who outlived Morris by 20years) was used to bury someone else. The cemetery administration goofed. So she was buried in the closest available spot.
Added by Patti ct on Sep 13, 2014 6:01 PM
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