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John Arsenault (#47069731)
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Bio Photo I live in Middletown Springs, Rutland County, Vermont. I work mostly on cemeteries in Rutland County and neighboring Washington County, NY. I'll try to fill photo requests in those areas.

If you are related to any of my memorials I'll be glad to transfer management outside Find-A-Grave guidelines unless it is a relative of mine or is in a family that I am actively researching.

If you would like to see my sources for any corrections I suggest, please just ask. I research every fact I submit and only suggest those corrections that I believe come from a reliable source.

Some of the families I'm researching, primarily in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, are Brown, Horton, Fisher, Fielding, Gilson, Ripley, Hawkins, Treadwell, Jennings and Northrup. I'm also researching Arsenault and Brideau in Massachusetts, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
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Jen Snoots
Photo request at Evergreen
Hi John,
Can you use your photo here to fill the photo request for his wife Ann ? (I hope those links work!). She doesn't have a stone of her own in the plot, maybe because she was the last to go, so the only thing that can be added is the photo you took. I'm trying to knock out as much as I can with requests, but since you already have the photo, I'll let you take this one :)
~Jen~
Added by Jen Snoots on May 20, 2014 9:08 PM
Alan Lathrop
Lambert
Hi John,
Thanks for the link of Henry & Rose Lambert.
I also linked their son Burt. I don't know if you are related but my grand father, Mitchell Lathrop, was a great friend of Burt. They did logging together in the good old days and I think I remember that Burt worked with him at the Bristol Casket Factory. They liked to fish and I can hear gramp now answering the phone in his slow voice, Hellooooo Burt. I guess we thought it was so funny to be Burt Lambert. It is funny now to remember those days. Burt died a couple of weeks after gramp did in the cold of Dec 1980.
Alan
Added by Alan Lathrop on May 16, 2014 5:44 PM
Diane
Richard James Butler #37727739
Hello John,

Richard Butler was born Richard Archie Butler in Wakefield, MA on 31 May 1915 to James and Lena (Gerrior) Butler. I haven't found a birth record, but I found the full birth date in the 1915 annual town report of Wakefield, MA (available online). The gravestone photo attached to his memorial lists a birth year of 1915. I am researching Gerrior, Richard's maternal line.

Diane
Added by Diane on May 16, 2014 5:23 PM
TheGhost
RE: Mable Young
John, I noticed a marker next to Mable today for a "Baby White" Memorial #124656559. Do you know if their is a family link. Thanks!
Added by TheGhost on May 11, 2014 12:58 PM
TheGhost
RE: Mable Young
I have added this caption to Mable's memorial:
From entry into cemetery, turn left and follow blacktop road until you reach section marker 15. Turn right between section markers 15 and 16 down the hill. The Ellms stone will be on your left near the lower end of section 16. Mabel Young's head stone is the stone in view just to the right of the Ellms family stone. Ray
Added by TheGhost on May 11, 2014 12:41 PM
TheGhost
RE: Mable Young
John, Please take a look at memorial #125333015
stone photo. This is Rexford Slater brother of Mable. I believe that the stone for Mable will be found on the George Slater lot. Rexford's stone is likely the largest stone on the Slater lot. The head stones all seem to have the same style and shape so would look for it first. I will be back in Dexter before Memorial Day, Perhaps I can help you more then. Ray
Added by TheGhost on May 02, 2014 8:38 PM
Wayne
RE: Mabel McCoy Irwin
Very interesting woman! Thanks for sharing.

Wayne
Added by Wayne on May 01, 2014 7:28 PM
Wayne
RE: Mabel McCoy Irwin
You're welcome, I look forward to reading it.

Wayne
Added by Wayne on Apr 30, 2014 3:04 PM
Wayne
RE: Knowltons
Glad to add any info, hope to get back to take more photos this summer.

WayneD
Added by Wayne on Apr 28, 2014 8:10 AM
Michael Cole
RE: Reuben Cole
I understand now...

Sure you can transfer management to me if you want. They are my relatives after all. Thanks for getting the photos in the first place.

-Michael
Added by Michael Cole on Feb 22, 2014 5:08 PM
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