|Deborah Tripp Probert||Wilton Old Town Cemetery, Maine|
Are you related to families here whose headstones you've photographed & posted to Findagrave? Aug. 19-22, 2016, Maine Old Cem. Asso. will host a Cemetery Preservation Workshop here & are seeking information of family members interred.Thank you!
|Jennifer Williams||new Ernest Ellsworth memorial|
Hi Joy and Ed,
You have posted a marker photo on the memorial for Fred A Ellsworth (42539919) that is actually the grave marker for his infant son, Ernest Ellsworth (151973386.). This is in Riverside Cemetery in Phillips, Maine. Can you move that photo over to the new memorial for Ernest Ellsworth that I just created this morning? And did Fred Ellsworth not have a marker? I am wondering if his grave is unmarked, or the marker just hasn't been photographed yet? Any information would be appreciated. This is family, and I am trying to find their burial locations.
I think the photo you have put on memorial #50864350, is on the wrong memorial. You have also placed it on the correct memorial. I think you are the only one who can delete this one.
Added by Wayne on May 24, 2014 5:26 PM
|Deborah Tripp Probert||RE: Jenny S Hescock|
Jenny's parents, the beautiful slate gravestones next to hers & husband Jesse's in the Weld St. Cemetery, are Samuel Hiscock & Betsey Teague Hiscock Wheeler, my 5th great-grandparents.
Betsey's 2nd husband, John Wheeler, is buried in Chesterville where he & his 1st wife resided.
Thank you for your terrific work photographing & posting all the headstones in Weld St. cemetery to Findagrave! It's very hard to get clear photos.
I'd taken some group pictures of their headstones a few years ago & emailed them to another Hiscock/Hescock/Hitchcock descendant from Minnesota, Kal Perry, who created the Findagrave memorial post for Samuel & Betsey now on-line (I'm not tech-proficient so he re-sized the photos,typed in the inscriptions, & posted:)
I summer in Maine & would be happy to help with Wilton 's old cemetery restoration project if any is needed? Thanks again for your time & efforts!
Thank you for posting this image! I have been up in Wilton many times but never knew I needed this photo!
Added by Sharon on Aug 26, 2013 6:13 AM
|Danielle R.||George Butterfield, East Wilton Cemetery|
Thank you both very much for finding, photographing and posting George Butterfield's cemetery marker. It really means a lot, he was my husband's 3rd great grandfather. Thank you, Danielle
|W. Blanchard||Timothy Blanchard|
Joy & Ed, Thanks very much for taking the Headstone Photos of Timothy Blanchard, I really appreciate it. Wayne Blanchard, Ontario, Canada
|Streaky||James and Hannah Harwood|
Thanks very much for posting the gravestones of my GGG Grandparents. My uncle looked for them a few years ago, but we had the wrong cemetery listed by the town clerk. I will pass these along to my cousins.
Added by Streaky on Aug 15, 2013 7:23 AM
Than you so much for your time. I really appreciate it.
Added by SScott on Aug 10, 2013 6:59 PM