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|Msmith||Re:Maria Lamb #23966875:|
Thanks CJ, that makes sense, seeingthat had children born in the 1860's. Not sure where I got that.
Thanks for pointing it out. :)
Added by Msmith on Aug 28, 2014 11:34 AM
|Sherri||RE: Michael family plot|
Very happy that I could help.
Added by Sherri on Aug 17, 2014 2:54 PM
|Suzanne A||RE: Matilda Markey Frazier|
Thanks! Your edit is correct. I like the expression "it's not set in concrete". These memorials can be edited a lot easier than tombstones;-)
|jograndma||RE: Clement Lessert|
good deal, I sent notes to the other 2 people.
Jo Ann Hunter Gippner
|jograndma||RE: Lessert multi posts|
Yes, believe you are right - I have sent other notes. Hope they delete theirs. Thanks for the fast response. Jo Ann Hunter Gippner
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: John B Mack|
You're welcome. I've spoken to the people in the office a few times about people that have been cremated but not buried there and so far they've been able to give me information for where the ashes ended up. Found one last week that had actually been interred at Arlington National Cemetery :) The office phone# is 617-547-7105 or email email@example.com for more information. Thank you!
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: John Mack|
Hello - I searched for John Mack in the kiosk at Mt Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA today - the only listing they had was for a John B Mack, Cremated at Mt Auburn on Feb.21, 1906 but not buried there. If you call the office, they can probably tell you what happened to his ashes.
Thanks, Sharon Lavash Hawkins
|Diane Wargo Medina||Lamb|
With much thanks, have a great weekend
|Cathy Miller Giddeon||RE: Rose Marshall|
Your very welcome, glad to help.
|Steve Ashley||RE: Seng family|
My pleasure! I did just realize something while i was on the shardein page on Find a grave, there is a photo of the cemetery and both of the Seng stones are shown lol. never put that together till now, Its the photo with the tree growing between the 2 stones. and they are located in the Shardein section of the cemetery.
I did take a couple of location photos that i will send you just for an FYI.
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