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|JESSICA SQUIRES||Thank you|
Thank you so much for all that u have on the DeVoe family. i have been hunting for the pictures. and never could get any family to get them for me
|Graveyard Walker||Smith Family|
Thank you so much for the transfers of the Smith family. I sincerely appreciate it!
|Bev Winship||RE: Oscar Benn|
That's why I didn't automatically send a correction. I know you are very thorough with your research and felt there were extenuating circumstances.
|Debra||RE: Sally Low|
Yes, I saw the death certificate. Given the date of death of 1916, it would be what's now called the New Somerville Cemetery, which opened in the 1860's. There are thousands of burials there. Back in the day it was referred to as Somerville Cemetery, hence the wording on the the death certificate. Right now Mrs. Low's memorial is plopped in a 3-plot Find A Grave Cemetery that doesn't exist in real life, which is why I reached out to you in the first place. That just didn't feel right and I wanted to help. Have a good day.
Added by Debra on Feb 18, 2015 11:07 AM
|Diana Murray||Grover Cleveland McCloskey|
I am the granddaughter by marriage of Grover Cleveland McCloskey. He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Houlton.
Buried with Grover are TWO wives:
Henrietta Morton (my husband's grandmother through his mother, Carolyn McCloskey buried in Riverside Cemetery in Killington, Vermont))
Louise D. McCloskey (maiden name Donahoe)
She and Grover were married on April 7, 1951 in Houlton. The baby on the headstone is most likely their child.
Louise's parents are Thomas Jefferson Donahue and Nancy Elizabeth (Knox) Donahue Sorrell. She is buried with her second husband, Martin Luther Sorrell.
If you could update the information on the website that would be helpful. Right now, Louise is listed as a daughter and that is incorrect.
|kate faulkner||herbert matthew faulkner jr|
if you could post pictures of my grandparents grave and post for me trying to find out more information on my family tree thank you so much my grandmothers family is Boyne
Thank you so much for the picture of James Cassidy and Hannah Cloney's Stone at St. Marys in Houlton. Kim
|gentracker||RE: James Burke Callnan|
Thank you for all your work! That answered a lot of questions I had on the Callnan side of my family.
|gentracker||James Burke Callnan|
Thank you so much for adding the Callnan names! I had been at a brick wall on when James Burke Callnan had died and where he was buried.
|Kimberly Mott||Anne Cassidy Toner|
Find A Grave Memorial# 136490850
You have her parents listed as David Cassidy and Hannah Wilcox. After looking up her obituary on google news archives she was born in Andover NB to a James Cassidy and Ellen McManus. Just letting you know. I have David Cassidy in my tree so it confused me. Kim
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