|Carli Drake (#47701123)|
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I have been a genealogist for over 35 years and have used FAG for several years in my research but only recently have I had the time to become a contributor.|
If there is a memorial that you would like to manage, I will be glad to transfer that memorial according to Find A Grave policy and provided that the memorial is not in my family line.
Please do not ask me to put obituaries on my memorials. Please request transfers and or any corrections by clicking on "Suggest A Correction" under the "Edit" tab.
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|james waller||Martha Gardner of Hancock, MA|
Thank you for your Findagrave listings.
My 5th great grandparents were Nathaniel and Martha (Brown) Gardner as shown in your listing. I knew it as Gardner II Cemetery. Martha was born in 1742 rather than 1712 - and died August 11, 1841 rather than 1811.
Nathaniel served in Revolutionary War militias from East Greenwich, Rhode Island (1775) and Hancock, Massachusetts (1777).
Several years ago I tried to straighten Martha's stone which was tipped at an angle - and it broke off with part below the surface. The old marble had the consistency a saltine cracker.
I'm from Florida and I had to leave. I feel very badly about this. If you or anyone can arrange to have it repaired or replaced I would be happy to pay for it.
|judy atwater harper||Hancock Cemetery|
Carli - I have information on John D. Whitman
I can send it over to you and you can add it
to his Find A Grave, or I can add it. Whatever way
you want to go
thank you for what you do
judy Atwater harper
|James W. Waters||Aaron Booge|
Thank you for posting the photo of his gravestone.
Interesting that it doesn't show the title "Rev."
As the son of a preacher, he started out in that trade, becoming one of the more interesting people on my tree, or in US history, for that matter. He fell out with the Revivalists, one of whom took pleasure in Aaron's death as a sign of God's favor with his own work.
|William Cunningham||Re: Lois Stinson - Pine Hall Cemetery|
I wish I could upload the photo you requested but I took that back in 2012 and I no longer kept that cemeteries photos on my computer. You would be better off just requesting a new photo of the headstone with her death date on it.
|James Bianco||Leon & Ruth Drake|
If you would like to manage these memorials I can transfer them over. Jim
|James Bianco||Mary King - Pittsfield Cemetery|
I think the reason I did not see the other memorial is that I was looking for Effie and it should have been Ethel. In any case, thanks for letting me know! I have removed the memorial. Jim
Thank you for adding a picture of Lawrence Daly's grave. I appreciate it!
Added by springsf on Nov 29, 2014 3:08 PM
|Laurie & Nate S.||Kurt Quagliano Gravesite|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of Kurt's gravestone it's greatly appreciated. And thank you for all your work you do on Find A Grave.
|James Bianco||Artalissa Smith Gardner|
I created the memorial for her from a transcript which gives the full dates of birth and death I list. It is likely a cenotaph, and I will make a notation and link to the memorial in Gardner Cemetery. As I am sure you are aware Cenotaphs are to be included on Find A Grave, but never linked naturally if there exists a headstone at the place of burial. Thanks Jim
|Bob McCarroll||Frederick Carlton|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of Frederick's grave!
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