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|The Navigator||Annabell Whalen|
Would you also consider transferring David Whalen's wife Annabel Whalen to me .
David Whalen # 147478918
Annabell Whalen 147479009.
|The Navigator||David Whalen|
If you are not related would you please consider transferring the memorial of my cousin David Whalen to me. I would like to keep him with the rest of the family.
Thank you for your consideration,
|Olle Kandell||Helge Sigfrid Johnson (stone)|
Thanks for help with photo of stone for Helge Sigfrid Johnson (as well as his wife and her first husband). Appreciate ! /Olle K
Thanks kdkb for adding photos of the requested Boyce and Burke memorials!
Added by finnlin on Jun 05, 2016 6:11 AM
|Karol Pike||RE: Florence A Pike|
Thank-you so much. It worked like a charm.
I am also adding their 4th sister Minnie and her husband. Nice to have this part of the family linked. Now on to another branch of this very large family tree.
Once again thanks,
|Karol Pike||Florence A Pike|
Would you please be so kind as to add my grandfather Carl Pike,my grandfather, #71239322 as Florence's brother?
Thank-you for the work you do,
|smontko||RE: George Pappas|
I was presenting the alternative George Pappas that probably belongs with the family that this George Pappas is linked to. Once I have more information from the family I will present it to you. Again this George is linked to the wrong family. His father is not James.
Added by smontko on Feb 09, 2016 5:50 AM
|tkent1234||caleb b elliott #150124204|
on his page you have a picture of a 4-sided obelisk. caleb is on one side. I believe that mehitable waters lathrop is on another. who are on the other two sides? I see "Edward" something on one side?
|Merry Hill||RE: Louise Marie Torrey Taft|
Sorry about that. Thanks.
|Sara Hathaway||RE: Welcome|
I'm glad if the Pike photos and the cemetery photos of the Jewell-Wheeler site are helpful to you. The hike is lovely - about half is along the side of the Harriman Reservoir and the other half is uphill but mostly shaded. The trail is lined with stone walls so you can't help thinking about the hard-working people who cleared that land and tried to make a life on the slopes.
I made that cemetery my destination because I thought it might be the hiding place for a treasure hunt! It turned out that it wasn't the right site, but I had noted before I left that you had requested photos. So I was delighted to be able to do something productive even if I didn't find a treasure.
This is the treasure hunt site, if anyone wants to help identify it: https://www.historicalhunt.com/2015_lh_vt.php
Thank you for welcoming me to Find A Grave. I can see where the Find A Grave participation could become a new hobby!
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