|J Geoghan (#47007204)|
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I'm working on a project to get photos of ALL gravestones of my family. A BIG project to be sure but a lot of fun. Our family names are Wells, Geoghan, Weber, Erbig, Rogers, Stillman, Crandall, Green, Maxson and many more. We're mostly concentrated in the North East. CT, RI, NY, NJ mostly.|
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|Rebecca Mc||Jack Myles memorial|
Your memorial is a duplicate of Ms Hummingbird. The actual location is in the Beth Israel portion of Woodlawn Cemetery.
|Greg Volk||Frances Reynolds 39787698|
Could you please remove your image stating no marker. It is belied by a photo of her actual marker. Many thanks.
The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 1847-2011 says that Thomas Saunders father was William. Do you know where the name John, (who is listed as his father on the memorial page),came from? Thank you for any info :-)
Name: Thomas Saunders
Event Type: Marriage
Father's Name: William Saunders
Mother's Name: Joane Saunders
Marriage Date: 3 Aug 1573
Marriage Place: USA
Spouse Name: Ann Blake
Page Number: 202
Volume Number: 163
|James Charles Rogers III||45443414|
your death date is wrong, look at your head stone picture.
Thanks for trying and letting me know.
|Diane Preston||Daniel Peckham|
Are you familiar with the area? It is on Diamond Hill rd, telephone pole #19, in Hopkinton. I had to knock on doors to find the actual site as there is no way to see it..even when you are right on top of it! Diane
|Diane Preston||RE: Daniel Peckham lot /Hopkinton, RI|
contact me at email@example.com . I'd be happy to show to you the site, it is obscure.
I meant to say in my previous message that I could NOT discern one grave,typo!
|Diane Preston||Daniel Peckham lot /Hopkinton, RI|
Hello, I drove to the cemetery today, but, it is impossible to even tell where the boundaries of the lot are due to the over growth( even though it is winter and the brush is dormant). I spoke to the neighbors, who remember the lot as having erect stones a couple of decades ago, but they told me that more recently, the stones had all fallen, and no one has cleared the brush for years.I walked into where the graves are supposed to be, but could discern one ( there is snow on the ground but only an inch or two). I might get in touch with local historical societies to see if restoration, or, at least, clearing can be done in the new year. Diane
Thanks so much for the beautiful and thoughtful and bountiful work you do researching and memorializing our loved ones. Many blessings to you and your family.
Added by Shell on Nov 18, 2013 7:57 PM
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