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Lucy (#46829619)
 member for 10 years, 2 months, 24 days
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Bio Photo Genealogy is my passion. As I've added my own family to this site, I've also added memorials and gravestones belonging to other families. If you find someone that you would like to add information about or if a correction needs to be made, please use the "Suggest a correction" link and I will gladly take care of it.

Thank you to everyone who has flowered the memorials I've added. A very special thank you to those who have sponsored my memorials. You are awesome.
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Messages left for Lucy (132)[Leave Message]
K Roueche
Thank you for your fine work documenting the Saint John's Cemetery in Rumford. Because of your efforts, I have been able to view many graves of my Carrier family.
Added by K Roueche on Apr 09, 2016 6:30 PM
RE: Severy Hill Cemetery
Thanks so much, Lucy!
Added by ParkerMoulton on Feb 15, 2016 6:41 PM
Severy Hill Cemetery
Hi Lucy, Thank you for your work for Find a Grave. I am discovering several ancestors buried in Severy Hill (Chase Family lot), though not living in the area I don't have access to photograph their headstones. May I please have your permission to use your beautiful fall photo of the Severy Hill Cemetery sign on their family tree? THe name of the tree if "Moulton and Marston Family Tree" and I will give your name and Find a Grave full and detailed credit for your photo. Thank you for your consideration. Best wishes!
Added by ParkerMoulton on Feb 15, 2016 6:02 PM
Annis M. Chase #27243826
Hi! Lucy,
Thank you very much for the transfer. Look at it & see if you like the Bio I added.
Added by Kathy on Feb 10, 2016 8:26 PM
John Chase #27185336
Hi! Lucy
Thank you for the transfer. Every once in awhile I'll ask one of you nice volunteers to look over the memorial & see what I added. I'd love some feed back as to how it reads & looks to you. This feed back helps me to know I'm on the right track in doing any kind of Bio's & honoring our family members & family veterans. Thank you for your time & help.
Kathy #47402211
Added by Kathy on Feb 10, 2016 8:22 PM
John Davis
Thank you so much for the John Davis transfer, Lucy!
Added by Connor4676 on Jan 28, 2016 5:24 PM
Jesse & Dianas Line
Thank You : )
Thank you for all the great work you do Lucy! You're a blessing! Happy Holidays!
Added by Jesse & Dianas Line on Dec 24, 2015 7:14 AM
Leslie Vaughn
The Vaughns
Thank you so much Lucy for fulfilling my request for photos of the graves of my husband's grandparents.

You are one of the reasons that Find A Grave is so great!
Added by Leslie Vaughn on Oct 24, 2015 9:32 AM
Demerritt Cem-Xaveri Martin
Hello Lucy - I appreciate very much seeing all that you have been doing on FindaGrave. It was exciting to see my gr gr grandfather Xaveri MARTIN on the database. I used to live just 15 mi. north of W. Peru/Dixfield, grew up there, and could do local genie - during handwritten recording and no computers. Now, that I live south and we have the computers, internet, etc. I am so happy we can all get online to share info.


Cindy McIntire Johnson
Added by cacijo on Sep 30, 2015 5:36 AM
Marge Carter Proctor
RE: Capt Thatcher York
Good Morning, Lucy

Glad to do anything I'm able to do to make finding ancestors more pleasant.

I've located several great grandmothers who are buried in the middle of farmer's fields or the approximate location on the plains.

Wish I was able to move them closer to their families where their graves could be taken care of and they could be honored.

Maybe some day . . .

Added by Marge Carter Proctor on Aug 17, 2015 4:07 PM
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