|William Kelley (#47977729)|
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I retired a few years ago and started working on my family tree which ultimately led me to the Find A Grave website. The information that was available helped me tremendously in getting started on that family tree and I decided to try and help others the same way. I am photographing entire cemeteries rather than process individual requests. I completed Pocasset Cemetery in Cranston RI in 2013, Moshassuck Cemetery in Central Falls RI in spring 2014, and Old St Mary's in Pawtucket RI in late 2014. I started processing St Francis Cemetery in Pawtucket in July 2014.|
I am happy to transfer memorials to family members. All photos that I post are available for non-profit use. The photos posted to the Find A Grave web site are cropped and resized so if you want the original high resolution picture please email me and I will send it to you.
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22,704 Memorials Added
22,631 Memorials Managed
108 Volunteer Photos Taken
2 Virtual Flowers
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|Linda Rhoadarmer||William Davenport - 111605376|
Sorry to bug you, but where did you get the month of November as William's death date? Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||William Davenport -111605376|
Do you still have William Davenport's headstone photo? I am looking for a William Davenport who came over from England with his parents and his sister, Annie. Seems she is buried in the same cemetery, if I have the right Davenports. His parents were Albert and I thought his Mom's name was May E. but maybe it was Mary E. If you could send it to me, if would so appreciate it. My e-mail address is email@example.com. They had settled in New Bedford. Do you know if the cemetery is available for questions? Do they have the burial cards. Would there be more information on the cards then what you put on the memorial? Linda
it would be great if you could link husband and wife when known at cemetery listings.
Added by SCVet on May 05, 2016 10:40 AM
|B J||Dabrew, Clara|
Hi William, I just added a memorial for a John Dabrew in California. The dates are similar to hers and perhaps they are related. They are the only ones on find a grave. What do you think? BJ
Added by B J on May 03, 2016 5:31 PM
|Salty Antoni||IE Elizabeth Lynch|
FYI -- I misqued mother for daughter bio edit. Mother not posted from grave photo. both died 1984. Will try to track down daughter bio another day !!
|Aunt Cestry||RE: How to find a grave|
Thank you! We found the stone. It was a little tricky because it faces toward the fence and not toward the cemetery. We appreciate your help.
|Marilyn||William Creelman # 118697052|
Hi Bill: Could you please connect William Creelman
#118697052 to his parents James Creelman #104298605 and Elizabeth Creelman # 104298603.
Added by Marilyn on Apr 17, 2016 6:42 PM
|Aunt Cestry||How to find a grave|
Can you help me? You have taken a picture of my husband's great-grandparents stone. I have been working on our family trees and this was a very exciting discovery (thank you!). We went to Moshassuck Cemetery to find them, but cannot locate the stone. Can you explain to me how the Plots are mapped. The stone is in Plot E74K. We walked both Avenues E and K, but with no luck. The stone should be easy for us to see, so we are assuming that we are doing something wrong.
|Marilyn||Ralph E Creelman|
Hi Bill: Could you please connect Ralph E Creelman
to his parents. Ralph E Creelman # 127150844
his parents James Creelman # 104298605 and
Elizabeth Creelman # 104298603. Ralph Creelman is
my husbands Grandfather.
Added by Marilyn on Apr 12, 2016 7:39 AM
|Marilyn||Benjiman Albert Lambert|
Hi Bill: Could you please add Benjiman Albert
Lambert's parent's to his memorial. I've been trying but it doesn't seem to be working.
Benjiman Albert Lambert's memorial # is
127150843. His father Benjiman S Lambert's memorial # is 22978379 and his mother Sarah (Duxbury) Lambert's memorial # is 22978412.
Thanks for all the work you've been doing on Find A Grave. It makes doing Ancestry much easier.
Added by Marilyn on Mar 29, 2016 10:53 AM
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