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Alexis (#47424643)
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Bio Photo PLEASE DO NOT POST PICTURES FROM OBITUARIES TO MY MEMORIALS.PLEASE FEEL FREE TO USE MY PICTURES.If you think your photo is better than mine, email me. Please don't post it just because you took one. I don't do that, please don't do it to me.I work hard on getting good photos. I freely transfer memorials to family members. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This Summer I will be in New Hampshire and I hope to finish Grant Cemetery in Ossipee and South Cemetery in Lynnfield, MA. The Winter, I live in Massachusetts and I try to get as many photo requests on the North Shore as I can before the snow flies.
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Bobbie Hall
RE: Denekamp
Thanks, Alexis!
Added by Bobbie Hall on Oct 23, 2016 11:49 AM
RE: Clevelands Fowlers Mill
Ok, I've moved the memorials to Stevenson. Do you know if what I found on Frances and his wife were correct that they were cremated? I would like to make sure everything is accurate.

Added by Lisa on Oct 17, 2016 10:19 AM
A Bennett
Asa Burbank
Another big thank you for this nice photo! What a nice thing you do for people and it is very appreciated. A Bennett
Added by A Bennett on Oct 11, 2016 2:03 PM
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Lois Burbank
Thank you so much for the lovely photo of my great-great grandmother. I hope to come from Seattle & see it in person someday, but at least now, she is just a little bit closer. Best wishes. Amanda Bennett
Added by A Bennett on Oct 11, 2016 2:01 PM
Ralph Gowen
RE: Sanborns Spring Cemetery
Thank you for the effort!

Added by Ralph Gowen on Oct 08, 2016 11:14 PM
RE: Clevelands Fowlers Mill

I'm not finding a Stevensen cemetery on the list of cemeteries. Is this the correct one? Or is it another one?

Added by Lisa on Oct 07, 2016 10:32 AM
Thomas F. Scully
RE: Pelletier St. Mary's Salem
If you are still working on your and your husband's family, try talking to the New England Historic Genealogical Society, if you are not already a member. Irish genealogy is not easy thanks to the British, but I'm lucky to have cousins in Northern Ireland who are working on it from their end. If you can trace your Russian ancestors I'm sure you will find some fascinating history.
Added by Thomas F. Scully on Oct 05, 2016 8:39 AM
RE: Clevelands Fowlers Mill
Hello Alexis,

Very happy that you found the information for the Cleveland and the correct place. I just started working on the website again so I can upload my pictures for other areas and I will take care of this today as soon as I get finished with these pictures. Thank you again for finding out this information and getting the pictures so this can all get fixed and corrected.

Added by Lisa on Oct 02, 2016 12:51 PM
Thomas F. Scully
RE: Pelletier St. Mary's Salem
France and Russia have an interesting history. In the 18th century the Russian court was all about being French, French language, French fashion, etc. Then came Napoleon and that ended that. My father’s family is from Northern Ireland and my mother’s family from the Irish Republic. I traced my uncle’s family back to France in about 1700. When Nicholas Deschamps settled in Canada the family was caught up in the British expulsion of the Acadians. He and his wife Judith and his younger children were lost at sea when they were deported back to France. One of the older children went to Maryland and changed the family name to DeShields, another to North Carolina and changed the family name to Dishon. My uncle’s ancestor fled to Quebec and preserved the family name and his descendants eventually emigrated to Salem, Mass. Fascinating history.
Added by Thomas F. Scully on Oct 02, 2016 11:29 AM
Thomas F. Scully
RE: Pelletier St. Mary's Salem
You're welcome. St. Mary's is only 1/3 done so there will be more. I did the genealogy for one of my uncles whose ancestors were from Quebec City so I got interested in French Canadian genealogy. My ancestry is 100% Irish.
Added by Thomas F. Scully on Oct 01, 2016 9:50 AM
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