|Gayle Puente (#47186579)|
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My contributions to this website had been limited to leaving a legacy for family members, so most of my efforts had been dedicated to writing brief biographies for those that I have known or researched. My hope was that those who read these biographies would appreciate the lives of ordinary people as well as those who became famous or infamous. Among my more famous relatives are Mayflower passengers in 1620, Richard Warren (through my paternal grandmother's lineage) and William White (through my maternal grandmother's lineage) and filles du roi Marie (Sel) Guillemet and Anne (Perrault) Blais who pioneered Quebec (through my maternal grandfather's lineage). My maternal grandmother was also descended from Joseph Stone, a son of William and Elvira (Davis) Stone, of Dana, Massachusetts, in the valley now covered by the Quabbin Reservoir.|
Curiosity has led me to document a few others not directly related to me or my family.
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|Sue||RE: Guilmette, Gethsemane Cem.|
Just got more info about "Bob" Guilmette from his obit. If you Google his name you can get the full obit. I uploaded much of it to his site. Seems he was with his daughter in NJ at the end. Do you want me to let you manage his site?
Added by Sue on Nov 01, 2014 11:30 AM
|Ryan-O||RE: Browns in Warwick, Mass|
I appreciate the help. Thank you, Ryan
Added by Ryan-O on Oct 31, 2014 8:04 PM
|Ryan-O||Browns in Warwick, Mass|
It looks like I transferred some Browns to you a few years back in Warwick Cemetery. I was wondering if you get around to it to just delete the note "Warwick Cemetery Transcription by Ryan......." etc. It seems kind of tacky 7 years later. I've deleted most of the ones I control.
If not - no biggie.
Added by Ryan-O on Oct 27, 2014 1:57 PM
|Sue||Guilmette, Gethsemane Cem.|
I just uploaded Joseph Guilmette who died in 2012 to Find A Grave. Noticed that others in this lot have incorrect listing for location. Instead of Calvary Section, BMA2 it should be Calvary Section, Row MA, Lot 2. That is how it is listed in the cemetery record.
Almost have Gethsemane completed. Will be glad to transfer management of Joseph's site to you if you wish.
Hope all is well with you.
Added by Sue on Oct 22, 2014 6:30 PM
|REHM||RE: Minnie Jacobson|
You are welcome.
Added by REHM on Jul 04, 2014 7:19 AM
JACOBSON, Minnie E., of Oakland, September 30, 1970, beloved wife of Walter F. Jacobson; loving mother of Marshall Bliss of Sacramento and Sigmund Jacobson of Redwood City; sister of Mrs. Floy Carrier, Mrs. Gladys Hubbard and Mrs. Vera Gulimetti, all of Massachusetts; also leaves seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A member of Elmhurst Chapter No. 4455, O.E.S. of Oakland. A native of Massachusetts; aged 84 years.
Inurnment, Chapel of the Chimes, Hayward.
[Oakland Tribune 1 Oct 1970]
Added by REHM on Jul 01, 2014 6:10 PM
|Sue||George Parron Calvary Cem. Athol|
Family Search has Athol Death Certificates. Thought you might want to add more info on George. Born West Boylston, age 28 years, 7 mos. 27 days. Died 9 April. Father Peter, mother Mary Peolquin. Occupation: polisher. Cause of death: uraemia and chronic intestinal nephritis.
Added by Sue on Apr 21, 2014 5:16 PM
|Barbara Hanno||RE: Thanks again|
Gayle, They are beautiful stones so I was glad to see someone was looking for them! I hope you & your family enjoy them. Barbara
|the moo||RE: Ichabod Towne #90457532|
Gosh, I wouldn't remember if I noticed whether his wife's stone is there, but I can certainly look for it the next time I'm over there!
Added by the moo on Jun 29, 2013 1:49 PM
I just posted a couple of pic. to the Arthur and Norman Guilmette site. Hope you like them.
Added by Sue on May 10, 2013 6:52 PM
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