|George Harger (#46996937)|
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English Harger (Sounds like Larger). Jabez Harger entered America before 1700 Derby,CT.|
Have documented Twining Cemetery in Tolland, Mass. Connected many memorials to relatives in other cemeteries. Twining memorials have been transferred to a descendant of Elijah Twining.
Working to link all 2050 Harger memorials, eliminate duplicates, resolve burial unknown. Women are hard to find when Maiden Name is not on memorial or stone.
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|James Bianco||Blandford Merge|
Sorry to hear that George, I suppose the member controlling the memorials stays active just enough to prevent the inactive status yet is not really very active. I'll help you get everything in order when the weather breaks and we can get a photographic inventory of both cemeteries. Merry Christmas! Jim
Great George, you work so hard on this Blandford project, they would be best in your hands as the contributor seems not responsive, although I believe she randomly accepts edits in order to remain officially "active". Hopefully they transfer them. Jim
|James Bianco||James Morton|
Thanks for the update George, can you ask to have this contributor's Blandford memorials transferred to you? I had a similar issue in Northfield, and Find A Grave Transferred all of the inactive member's memorials in that cemetery to me (100+). I was able to edit/link/change everything and it was great. Jim
|James Bianco||Hill Cemetery|
I removed the Edward Knox photo from the 1819 memorial. I will re-photograph the whole place in spring/summer when the grass is green. These awful snowy photos are mainly to substantiate who is there, and who might not be on the transcript. Between you there in AZ and me 15 minutes from Blandford, we should be able to sort out the dupes/ceotaphs.
|James Bianco||A strange monument...|
Hey George, what do you make of the monument for Fred B. Haley (memorial 114037032 ). I just uploaded a photo. Strange! Let me know, thanks
|James Bianco||Hill Cem.|
I'm going through the new photos I took today, I might have, will let you know when I get to that photo (if I do!) Jim
|James Bianco||James Morton - Hill Cemetery|
George, James Morton who d. Feb. 1, 1853 is buried Hill Cem. I have a photograph of his headstone, not likely a cenotaph.
|James Bianco||Blandford Cemetery|
I didn't go today, I had all I could handle with the 6 inches of snow I was trampling through at Hill Cemetery lol I pass BC all the time on my way up to Otis, Tolland and that area so as soon as the snow melts and we get a sunny day I'll probably be able to clear up a few questions you might have about who is buried where and who has a cenotaph.
|James Bianco||Hill Cemetery - Blandford|
Hey George, I decided to head up there this afternoon, the sun was so bright! It was tricky with all the snow and I almost froze but I wanted to find the Osborn(e) stone. I can tell you as someone who has taken 150K+ cemetery photos this past year and have been to more than 100 cemeteries that Hill easily has 2-300 people who are not memorialized as of yet. I took 150 photos this afternoon and just from those created 34. If the weather was better I could get a complete inventory taken in 2 hours but this snow makes that difficult. Are you local? Jim
|James Bianco||Luke Osborn - Chester Factory|
Hey George, his name appears on the bottom of the headstone, I have cropped that part as best as I can and added it. That cemetery is less than 20 minutes from my house I will go re-photograph with the proper sun/angle soon. I might as well run up to Blandford at the same time and photograph his there as well. I'll let you know when the images are up. Jim
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