|Alan Lathrop (#47101383)|
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Born in Middlebury's Porter Hospital and always lived in Bristol VT. I have genealogies of many of our families in Chittenden and Addison County. I live with my wife, Denny, and sons Jonathan and Jacob. Don't be afraid to ask me to turn over any of the memorials. You are welcome to use my pictures but photo credits would be nice. I am happy to transfer anyone not related to me so that they can go to someone that knows them. I will not delete all grave pics to make room for family pics.|
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Please do not move your Burial Unknown into the correct cemetery based on the information you found from my memorial & then demand that I delete my duplicate. Memorials listed in the incorrect cemetery also fall under the category of an Unknown Burial because the burial place was obviously unknown if the person is listed in the wrong cemetery. For further information on this, please refer to how Find a Grave handles duplicate memorials. I do also make mistakes but this is find a grave site not add an obituary.
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|JoAnn Tebbetts||RE: Rose Beaudett|
Rose is buried in Vergennes Vt. in St. Peters Cemetery. She is buried with her son Arthur Jandreau. She is my great grand mother.
|Stephanie Cooper||RE: Linda Lee Goulette Casey|
You don't need to do that. I do have some pics for your page, though. I will see what I can up load for Linda, Joe, and Kelly.
|Stephanie Cooper||Linda Lee Goulette Casey|
Thank you, Alan, for the lovely tribute to my Sister and Brother-in-law. Btw, I was born at Porter Hospital, too, and I am a Genealogist, also. Must have been something in that Middlebury water..
--Helen "Stephanie" Cooper
|cwdalzell||Timothy C Smith|
Thank you much for the photos of Timothy C Smith and Amanda Delia Smith! Your work has confirmed an error I made in my line. Thanks again! ~Chris Dalzell
Many thanks for the photos of William and Mary Brasted gravestones. They are my 4th gg grandparents. John Braisted
Added by JB on Apr 07, 2016 2:34 PM
|Janice Dow Mendelson||Nathaniel Wells|
Hi Alan, thank SO much for sending a photo of my ancestor, Nathaniel Wells. I hope to visit Vermont some day, as that is where my paternal side of the family resided, and many buried at the cemetery. Again thank you. Much appreciated.
|Becky Godwin||William Francis White 1940-2009|
I was hoping that you would be willing to turn over my father, William Francis White's memorial to me….
I am his third daughter and would love to take care of his memorial.
|Bev Brown||Rhoda Morocco|
Rhoda 'Morocco' is the correct spelling..& not 'Meroco', as.. is on her grave stone! This is the reason I couldn't find her grave. Searching since 2001! Thank you so much for taking this photo of Rhoda's grave stone! Her husband, Amos, died abt 1855..but he is not there! They are my g.g.g.grandparents.Her children: Rhoda Olive (Freeman/Smith/ (Isaac) Prince)b.1822-- Harriet (Jedediah) Emery,b.1818-- Eliza (Silas) Crosier,b.1806---Julia Ann (John Francis) Jackson b.1821 all born in Bristol,VT!
Rhoda(1782-1884) & Amos(1772-1855) were born in Connecticut.
|M Backus||Transfers and Contributions|
Thank you very much for the recent transfers. It is a great help to us in our family history project to have management of these memorials as we consolidate and work on them, moving toward future management to be passed down to our descendants.
What is an even greater help, is the excellent work you’ve done to create these memorials in the first place. Through careful research, clear photos, the writing of biographical information and the willingness to be responsive to other contributors and devote the many hours to this, your memorials are top notch. I’m sure that your memorials are helping a great many other people, who are not only searching for their family members’ burial places, but who also enjoy having the extra benefits of learning about their extended families, having a more detailed view of their lives than a cemetery can provide and especially, having you manage all of this for them. Many people who view your memorials will never get to these cemeteries, so your contributions to Find A Grave enable families to be informed in a way that would be impossible without your volunteer work. As a body of work, your Find A Grave memorials are also an important contribution to the histories of our people and their towns, here in Vermont.
Find A Grave Contributor #47468547
Added by M Backus on Feb 26, 2016 12:42 PM
|NLColes||RE: Dorric Stoddard|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help out.
Added by NLColes on Feb 22, 2016 10:05 AM
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