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I started documenting graves for my family genealogy hobby. This is where I discovered Find A Grave. I enjoy walking the older cemeteries & burial sites. Adding names to Find A Grave makes it just that much more enjoyable. I hope some of my entries can help others in their ancestry searches.|
Please feel free to use my photos for your genealogy projects (ancestry.com, etc), just give me credit as the photographer. Thanks.
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|PupDawg||Raymond and Betty Tanguay|
Thanks so much for the photo of their grave marker, your efforts are much appreciated!
Added by PupDawg on Jun 11, 2014 5:08 PM
|Connie G||RE: Merrill Cemetery, Gilmanton, NH|
Thank you for the info regarding the Merrill Cemetery, Scott. I will try looking for it again when the dirt roads are a little dryer. At least now I have a better idea of what to look for.
Added by Connie G on Apr 18, 2014 8:54 AM
|Connie G||Merrill Cemetery, Gilmanton, NH|
I have a couple of questions about Merrill Cemetery in Gilmanton, NH that I'm hoping you can answer since you have contributed all of the photos for those buried there.
Were there only the 4 plots/headstones as listed here? My revolutionary ancestor, Joseph Huckins II is supposed to be buried there with his wife (who was a Merrill). I've tried to find the cemetery, but the woods on Pancake Hill road are thick and I hit a dead end. Is the cemetery on private property? If so, how did you gain access to take the photos?
Any help would be appreciated.
Added by Connie G on Apr 12, 2014 10:46 AM
|Deb Curry||Sarah Sackett|
Thank you for Sarah's picture!!!
|Deb Curry||Noble Sackett|
Thank you for another find for me and your great pictures. I will be requesting other family members soon. Thanks again for your time.
|Deb Curry||Rooxbe Sackett|
Thanks again for your awesome pictures and your time.
|Deb Curry||Nellie Sackett|
Thank you for taking the time to find her grave. The pictures you took were perfect thank you so much.
|Helen Wilson||Carroll Co. Farm section of Ossipee town cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photo of the section of the Ossipee town cemetery where former residents of the Carroll Co. Farm (almshouse) are buried in unmarked graves (the small stones have #s but no names; I located a partial list of the names at the Ossipee town library; the County is reluctant to provide a list, it seems). Residents of the Farm were buried here from 1870 to at least 1933. There are about 300 stones, but some are duplicate numbered (in error).
My purpose in recording names is to give some recognition to the souls buried there, as well as possible help to descendents who may be searching for them. My ultimate hope would be for the County (or someone) to place a sign recognizing what this separated section of the town cemetery is (someone who goes by there often told me they thought it was a pet cemetery!) Having died poor or elderly doesn't mean they have to be nameless, in my opinion.
Again, thank you for your efforts.
Helen S. Wilson
|GAB||Jonathan and Sarah Emerson|
Thank you for the transfers! That was very kind of you to transfer my grandparents to me even though it was beyond 3 generations!
Added by GAB on Oct 27, 2013 3:17 PM
|kristin gaffney-roca||Rodolpha Young|
I am so sorry your search the cemetery twice and didn't find him. I hope the land is not that big! Maybe the stone is gone. I will try to contact the cemetery keepers Monday. Thank you so much for your efforts!!
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