|David A. Smith (#46772839)|
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Smith's from Nova Scotia|
I've been using this site to help with genealogy research on my father's side of the family, the Smith's from Nova Scotia, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Los Angeles and other peppered areas of the world. Other family names include the following as spelled most commonly, ie, there are many variations of these names,,,, Meisel, Fraser, Spelty/Spalty, Moser, Becker, Treffian and many others.
This is the link to my Smith Family Cemetery.
For anyone who thinks they may be related to me, I would start with my father, Henry Richard "Hank" Smith, memorial# 3850186, and you can trace the family from there. Here is a family page website created by a distant relative that lives in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll see the family of my paternal grandparents, Sidney & Rose Smith, and then you can take it from there.
Also, here's the Smith Family Tree
Feel free to email me for anything.
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|Joan Dacey||RE: St. Barnabas Anglican, Blandford|
The photos you reguest are not in St. Barnabas in Blandford. They are in St. Barnabas in Ecum Secum, not close to me. Sorry.
|Joan Dacey||RE: Emma Sawler|
What are your requests? Who are you looking for in St. Barnabas Cemetery, Blandford? Joan
|Joan Dacey||RE: Emma Sawler|
Can you tell me the ones you are looking for in St. Barnabas Anglican, Blandford. I do not see them showing?
I was able to take a photo of Archibald's stone like you wanted. I have uploaded it but I also found another Smith stone next to his. I have uploaded it as well in case you might want/need it. Below is the name and Find A Grave Memorial #.
Rachel - 126061653
Hope this is helpful.
Added by Staci on Feb 23, 2016 8:45 AM
|Kevin Finch||RE: Robert Franklin Leslie|
He is in a section known as the Rose Garden, which is a "scatter garden", where ashes are scattered into the soil, and a name plaque mounted to one of four memorial walls.
|phil miller||RE: Pvt Leslie Frederick Lowe|
Glad to be able to do it for you. phil
|Babe||RE: Don Griffin|
Thank you for the information.
Added by Babe on Sep 09, 2015 4:27 PM
|Billy Walker||RE: Robert Shellnutt|
Thanks Dave-- We visited Nova Scotia in June and loved it, though it was hard to believe there was still snow on the ground at Cape Breton! We took lots of Cemetery photos and it will take me months to go through them== Billy
|Michael Smuda||RE: Jose M. Gonzalez|
Glad to be of service. Actually my son-in-law took the picture while visiting his step-father's grave. I prepared and posted the picture to the site.
I was so asleep I couldn't spell half lol anyway, I haven't heard back from my ex on the year of his uncle's birth but the headstone says 1940 so again you can send me an e-mail at TerriEiland@icloud.com and let me know where you seen 1941. Again, I want my information correct.
Added by MEMORIES on May 29, 2015 6:42 AM
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