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Heidi (#47566534)
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Bio Photo I have lived in Connecticut all of my life, but I love to travel. My day job? High School Math Teacher. I love walking, photography and preserving the past. I am a volunteer helping to locate and document the burial locations of Vermont Civil War soldiers.
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RE: James W. Averill - #23992884
I guess I would prefer credit under my name instead if it isn't too much trouble.
Patty Lee is my name. Thanks!
Added by paulswife on Aug 11, 2014 3:41 AM
RE: James W. Averill - #23992884
You are most welcome to use my photo. Glad I could contribute one small part to your very important project!
Added by paulswife on Aug 10, 2014 4:23 PM
RE: Hannah Pardee Mix - 79804247
Thank you for the offer, she is however a side relation of mine. I was working on my ancestor her mother in law (also Rebecca Mix) who's death date is being confused with this Rebecca's. Thanks for the memorial and updates.
Added by ASB on Jul 30, 2014 5:17 AM
Thankful Todd
I have a question regarding the tombstone for Thankful Todd. (Find A Grave Memorial# 79768023). It's hard for me to read the tombstone. I can tell it says "wife of", but can't figure out who it says her husband was. I have a Thankful Todd in my family tree that died in New Haven, Connecticut in 1770 and whose husband was: Gideon Todd. I don't know where she was buried and am wondering if this is my Thankful Todd.
Added by LLGuth on Jun 27, 2014 6:06 PM
RE: Charles William Blackburn
You are more than welcome to use my photograph of Charles Blackburn for your project. Credit: Carol Taylor. If you need a larger image reply with an email address to send it to.
Added by 2hipcat on Jun 12, 2014 7:02 PM
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RE: Wallace Family Cemetery
I do not remember this one. The photos were taken by someone that sent them to me. MOCA say Location as Bald Head, Small Point near Big pond
Added by Stone Finders on May 27, 2014 4:30 PM
Tommie Caudell
RE: Angelo Pesapane 77247464
I would love that!! Thank you!!
Added by Tommie Caudell on May 24, 2014 11:25 AM
Tommie Caudell
Memorial #77247464
Re: Memorial for Angelo Pesapane. Thank you for what you do, Heidi. I miss Angelo very much, but I don't live in the area at this time. I appreciate the opportunity to visit him online. I added a picture of Angelo with our son. Tommie Caudell
Added by Tommie Caudell on May 20, 2014 5:17 PM
Mona Rhone
Maren Hofsted
Find A Grave#81232838 Date of birth should be Jul 1843, Denmark, according to the 1900 Census of New Haven.
Added by Mona Rhone on Apr 14, 2014 6:07 PM
Charlene Crosthwaite
George Macha
His actual name is George Messier, he is the son of Joseph Gabriel Messier and Marie-Louise Lussier. He was born in Roxton Falls, Quebec, Canada. He was living in Vermont when the Civil War broke out and signed up to fight. I have a photo of him in his Civil War uniform that was taken in Middlebury, Vermont. After the war, he returned to western MA. There he married Marie-Philomene Brousseau (Phebe Bruso) the 26th of May 1867 in Chester, MA. For a while he worked in the Emery mines along side his brothers and brother-in-law, John Elliott (who was a mine supervisor). Later he and Phebe would move to Fall River, MA. This couple had 16 children. They purchased a house in Columbia, CT. In 1901 Phebe died in Fall River, MA. George married Marie-Louise DeLorme in 1902. About 1904 or 1905 George purchased the farm house at 7 Main Street. George and Marie would died in that house and the house went into the hands of my grandfather, David Napoleon Macha. George and Phebe's youngest son, Frederick served and died in World War 1. He is listed on the monuments here in Willimantic. I believe Fred's death may have been what caused George to have a stroke. Phebe is related to the large group of Brousseau that live in this area. George had a brother, Peter/Pierre who married Flora Rudd. Peter/Pierre and Flora's son, James Herbert Macia had a son, James Herbert "Herbie" Macia who became one of James Doolittle's raiders in World War 11. James Sr. and James Jr. lived in Arizona.


Charlene "Messier" Crosthwaite
Added by Charlene Crosthwaite on Apr 04, 2014 9:26 PM
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