|Randall Berry (#47199100)|
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My name is Randall Berry. My ancestry includes: William Berry of Strawberry Bank,Portsmouth New Hampshire; Nicholas Norton of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts; William Dyer of Sheepscot, Maine.|
Located in Livermore, Maine.
I've done a few volunteer photos and tend to take photos of other stones with similar family names as requested. I also have a few that are mostly of local historical interest. I would be happy to transfer any to family members or people that are able to add biographical information or family links. I signed up to volunteer to add a few photos but have been surprised by the information that I have received in the first few days.
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|ParkerMoulton||RE: Benjamin Whittier|
Thank you. Your kindness is most appreciated, but I do like to give credit for a job well done, in this case the beautiful photography of the cemetery.
Thank you for the Find a Grave photo of the headstone for my 5th great grandfather, Benjamin Whittier and wife Mary Whittier. I would like to put this photo of his headstone on my ancestry.com family tree, and give you full credit for the photo.
|Sunrise||Martha (Day) Norton|
Thank you so much for the transfer. We live in Colorado and hope to get back to Maine one of these years - but not this year. Will you be going to the reunion?
Added by Sunrise on Aug 03, 2014 10:22 AM
|Laurie Small Webb||RE: Red Schoolhouse Cemetery|
On Ancestry.com it shows you putting up a lot of memorials of the Butterfield's. You just had Franklin county listed as where the Red Schoolhouse cemetery was so, I just wanted to let you know FYI that it is in Wilton, Franklin, Maine. That's all... You can do whatever you want with the info, just trying to be helpful...
|Laurie Small Webb||Red Schoolhouse Cemetery|
Hi, just wanted to let you know that Red Schoolhouse Cemetery is located in Wilton, Franklin, Maine, USA. Especially, where the Butterfield's are concerned.
Laurie Small Webb...
|Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston||Berry Family|
Did I actually find a living Berry with ties to Maine? In your research, have you ever come across Margaret Berry 1810-1865 born in Embden? She married Isiah Taylor 1797-1872....they are my 3rd great-grandparents....I have done genealogy for 25 years and have never found her parents!! Any help would be very appreciated...thanks
|Jean Vanasek||Ruth Coolidge Gillis|
Thanks for adding the photo of Ruth. I would like to use it in my family tree on ancestry, crediting you with the photo.
Again, thank you very much.
|Jean Vanasek||Winthrop Dexter Gillis|
Thank you so much for the photos of my great Uncle's gravestones. Winthrop was the youngest brother to my Grandfather who passed away at the young age of 24. I never knew the Gillis side of my family until about 3 1/2 yrs. ago when I wanted to learn more. It was a complete surprise when I saw the photo of Winthrop that you posted also. Thank you ever so much for doing that. If you should by chance have any more information on him I would love to hear from you.
My most sincere thanks,
Jean Gillis Vanasek
|Tim & Grace||Levi Delano Poland in Waters Hill Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the gravestone photos of Levi Delano Poland and his 1st wife Laura Jane Lovewell in Waters Hill Cemetery. I almost drove over to Livermore this afternoon to check out the cemetery myself, but it gets dark too soon. I did Mount Vernon and Riverside Cemeteries in Augusta instead.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
|Helen ||Wyman Cemetery|
Randall, I see that you did the whole cemetery. I was wondering if you might have any more info. about the Oldhams buried there? I believe they are part of my Oldham family from Peru, Me. Any idea why they died so close together? I am missing much of my Russells but have much info on the Oldhams.
Added by Helen on Aug 30, 2013 10:16 AM
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