|Ted LaFlamme (#47285570)|
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My name is Ted LaFlamme from Southeastern, Connecticut.
I am currently searching the following surnames: Baton, Bloyd, Burns, Campbell, Craig, Epperson, Fox, Gardner/Gardiner, Gordon, Hamilton, Hawkins, Hays or Hayes, McCurdy, Lyman, LaFlamme, Quemenuer or Keminer and Stuckey.
Fellow genealogists, PLEASE feel free to use my photos for your own personal use (such as Family Trees), but not for profit with the exception of people who REFUSE to share their photos. Those people can get their own. I had to!
Proper recognition is always nice. so if you do use my photos, please, just copy and paste this to the information.
Ted LaFlammeİ - Find A Grave photo volunteer
I will gladly transfer any of my non-family memorials to your family with proof of kinship.
Any additional information is gladly accepted and mistakes do happen, so if you find any, just let me know and I'll fix it.
Thank You and Happy Hunting
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|George Glady||Rose Tierney|
Thank you very much for locating this grave for me.
Charles F. Glady was my grandfather's oldest brother and after serving in the Spanish American War, moved around the country and was out of touch with the rest of the family for long periods of time.
He was born in Hornell, New York in 1879. He was married three time but had no children. He died in 1949 in Los Angeles and is buried in the Spanish American War Veterins cemetery near Santa Monica.
Thank you for assisting me with another piece of my family puzzel.
|J and K||Sarah Adgate|
Thanks for posting the photo on her memorial! I really appreciate it!
Added by J and K on Jul 17, 2013 9:30 AM
|Me....||Rev David Jewett|
Thank you so much for finding this grave. If you should need any help finding any graves in the Central Maine area please let me know.
I appreciate your effort. Thanks again.
Added by Me.... on Jul 03, 2013 10:07 AM
Thank you for the photo of Deborah Wickwire's tombstone. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated. :o)
Ted thank you for the picture of Fred Wade and Harriet Wade.
Ted thank you for the picture of Minnie & Leland Wade.
|Betty L. Schmidt||Ted, Thanks so much|
Thanks so much for more of the Baker memorial photos. You just keep adding to our understanding of our Baker family.
Your work is greatly appreciated.
|William Start||Old Leffingwell Cemetery|
Thank You so much for The photo of Gurdon Leffingwell's
Stone. You also tried to find Mary Leffingwell's. She was Gurdon's
wife so most likely is next to him and although her name was Mary
she went by the name "Polly". Maybe one of those two unidentified
stone you mentioned is next to Gurdon?
Again, Thank You so much for getting the picture and your efforts.
BTW, I love your stance on picture sharing and will respect it!
Thank You so much Ted for your photo of my 4x grandfather... I can't express how thankful I am to finally see the headstone. It is much appreciated.
Added by mimi on Jun 24, 2013 9:56 AM
Oh my goodness! Thank you so much! I am researching our family surname Mannering and we may have a connection with John Manwaring. I wondered if his headstone gave any other information, but, I can see it does not.
Thank you so much for taking your time and talents to fulfill this photo request.
Added by TM on Jun 20, 2013 3:46 PM
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