|Ann LaCombe (#48472647)|
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Hi I'm Ann from Maine! |
The old cemeteries in Maine have always fascinated me. As a child, one of my favorite times of the year was Memorial Day when as a Girl Scout I marched in the parade in my hometown, Yarmouth, and stood beside the graves of veterans while a lone bugler played "Taps."
This summer (2014), my husband and I have been on sabbatical. We are staying in Minnesota with my daughter and family. I was trying to find an activity that would hold my interest, get me outdoors, and if possible have a beneficial purpose. VOILA! I've had great fun with my GPS in hand traveling gravel roads and finding cemeteries. I love to take photos, so this "activity" is perfect.
I'm looking forward to being back in Maine in September and continuing. Hopefully I will get to discover more of my own roots.
I will gladly turn over to family members any memorials that I have set up. I will also gladly make corrections, deletions or additions to any memorial that I manage. My goal is to give away management of every memorial to someone who truly has a connection and regard for the person represented.
Feel free to contact me anytime!
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|Barbara (Pfefferle) Sullivan||Heasdstone Photo|
Ann, Thank you so much for fulfilling my headstone photos request in Saint Josephs Cemetery. They are greatly appreciated.
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Isabelle Parker|
Thank you for the information.
Posted 11 March 2016
Although the Grave Marker states June 13th as the day she died, the death certificate states her date of death as June 12th, but is signed and witnessed on June 13th.
|Egg_and_Dart||Thank you for the photo!|
Thanks so much for taking the time and trouble to photograph Sr. Daly's headstone ... I truly appreciate it! You've made my day!
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Mark Gorman|
Thank you for the information. Correction made.
Great picture of the stone. Thanks.
|Gail Ross||Thank you!|
Thank you Ann for taking a picture of Gerald and Donna Trombley's headstone at the Saint Joseph Cemetery in Monroe, Michigan. I believe this headstone, among many, was not too difficult to find since it is near an entrance.
As a Find A Grave contributor, I cannot always find a headstone. Thank you again for your efforts.
Much appreciated. Gail
|Barb OD||DOONAN correction|
The bio was incorrect...I altered it
Added by Barb OD on Feb 20, 2016 10:59 AM
Thanks again Ann!
Thank you for transferring those memorials to me! I promise to update them and treat them well.
Please accept my thanks for his stone picture.
Added by Harrimac on Jun 02, 2015 7:16 PM
|Patty Donohoe||Larrabee Marker|
The photos are truly excellent and much appreciated!
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