I'm semi-retired and now have time for my favorite hobby, genealogy! My husband and I live in New Hampshire and enjoy the Red Sox (me)/Yankees (him) rivalry. I'm researching both of our families and the surname list is endless, but our favorite lines are Reed and Eveleth in MA/NH (his), Crouse, Williamson, Lare, Holeman, Asay and Horner in NJ/PA (mine).
Any of my photos may be used as though they were your own--post them anywhere, send them to anyone. If you use them for profit, please donate any proceeds from my photos to a charity of your choice. If they were posted before 2013, please contact me for the originals as they used to need to be scaled quite a bit to post here. It's a pleasure to help others find their families.
Also don't hesitate to ask for transfers if I have a memorial for someone you care about. If they're not part of my family, I'll gladly transfer them.
Spring 2016 update: I continue to be in caregiver mode as my husband's health fails. Being nearly blind and in very frail health generally, he can't be left alone for long. I'll do my best to get to photo requests when I get some "me time." Grafton, Sullivan & Merrimack Counties are where I love to roam through cemeteries. ✞✝
I cannot thank you enough for taking the photo of little John and Samuel Britton's joint grave marker at East Unity Burying Ground and then adding it to their respective memorials at Findagrave.com.
I first became aware of the existence of this place, these little boys, and this gravestone when Kathryn "Kathy" Beals called me shortly before she published her book, EARLY FAMILIES OF UNITY, NH in September 1997. She had found me online as a researcher and descendant of the William Britton and Sanborn Cram families who left Unity, New Hampshire, for Essex County, New York, and then Washington and Marion Counties in Ohio, with Alexander Britton and his sister, Mary Britton Edmunds, migrating to Steuben County, Indiana.
One of my brick walls is the maiden name and lineage of William Britton's wife, Sally, who died in Essex County, New York. I only know her given name because of this tombstone for her little sons in East Unity. Thank you for that! :-)
Robert Allen Dezso Hi Sharon, I've copied what you sent since it was published over 50 years ago. I'll also transfer record to Earl. By the way, thanks so much for your generous words; it makes me feel that this has been a worthwhile project. Best, Marie
East Unity Cemetery Huntoons Thank you so much for all the work you have done and provided for me. All the informaation has been posted with the corrections. I sent you an emailof those submissions and realize you are already uploading the headstone photos. Your generousity has made this website a success and a tremendous help to me identifying more Huntoon ancestors. Take care.