|Paula Mine (#47614081)|
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I have been interested in genealogy, cemeteries and history for a very long time. I began researching my family genealogy in 1990, and with the help of a distant cousin found most of what I knew about my family name was wrong. Since then I've added over a thousand people to my family tree, which goes back to Germany, Ireland, Canada, England and now with my husband's tree.. Armenia and Italy. |
I am also the caretaker at the North Weymouth Cemetery. I've worked there for over 23 years and love to help people find their ancestors. Because of that desire to share the history that I oversee, I've photographed and posted all slate and marble headstones at the cemetery on Flickr, which can be found via Google or the cemetery's web site: www.sites.google.com/site/nwcemtery/
While looking in other cemeteries, I've taken photos of stones I find interesting. Rather than just sit on these photos, I've started creating FAG pages for them. I have been fortunate enough to have found a number of my ancestors on FAG, and I hope I can do the same for someone else.
I am happy to transfer any of my non-relatives to people who have a direct link to them. Just ask.
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|BobBoston||RE: Lane, Arlington|
You are very welcome.
|BobBoston||RE: Grace Cope|
You are welcome.
|James Warren||Arthur Warren|
Thank you very much for your time, and the photo. It's a little disappointing that there isn't a stone, but at least I can see the area where he is said to be interned. I appreciate it very much.
|1_might_b_1||Candia Village Cemetery in Candia, NH|
is on the Deerfield Road in Candia, NH. IF you need any further help leave me a message and give you a hand.
|1_might_b_1||Community Cemetery in Candia, NH|
Is unlabeled Cemetery the last time I was there. It is on the 4 corners behind the Church and the opposite side of the Historical Society. Also, IF you have the chance, go into the Library many hidden resources in hand written books are located there and have resources that many other avenues do not have.
|Nebord||RE: Thomas Fearing|
Yes, I am family; and the family genealogist. Transfer to me would be helpful. Thank you. J. Keith Cook in Omaha
Added by Nebord on Aug 26, 2013 6:00 AM
|Dianne||Harriet Souther Ripley|
I really appreciate the photo of the headstone for Harriet Souther Ripley. Since I live so far away it is difficult to get to the cemeteries in Massachusetts. I am very interested in Souther burials in Massachusetts, especially Plymouth and Norfolk Counties. Again, thank you.
Added by Dianne on Aug 19, 2013 9:23 AM
|Ken Kelly||RE: Fairmount Cemetery|
Thank you for your assistance, insights and guidance. I'll look into your recommendations.
|Jim Kimble||Hayden photos|
Thanks for the great Hayden tombstone pictures
|Carolyn Louis MacDonald||George,Julia and Gladys Louis|
Thank you for offering to transfer these to me. They are my grandparents and aunt. Carolyn MaDonald
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