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I am working on maintaining Middlesex (Map), Essex (Map) and Suffolk (Map) counties in Massachusetts.|
If any information I enter is incorrect, you wish to add something, or would like a direct relative within four generations (per F.A.G. guidelines FAQ79) transferred just let me know. If requesting a transfer please make sure to say how you are related.
Please use the 'Suggest A Correction' feature found by clicking the 'edit' tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial for any of the above requests. Thank-you.
This is Find A GRAVE. Please do not ask me to link to 'burial unknowns'. I will be more than happy to do so when the location is found. Take a moment to read FAQ146 regarding unknown burials.
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Received your note and will need to address this issue of duplicate memorials when I get home; which will be about a week or less.
Thanks, Jim G.
The info. on the memorial is not correct.. someone posted the wrong headstone photo that is why I requested another one so the correct one could be posted.
Added by svandee on Jul 07, 2014 7:32 AM
|Ada Green||Tifereth Israel Cemetery|
I have moved the 4 burials that you requested from "Everett Jewish Cemeteries" to "Tifereth Israel Memorial Park". Is that the cemetery you mean? There is no option in Findagrave for Tifereth Israel Cemetery".
|Richard Cheney||RE: Fyffe unknown, Lowell Cemetery #42047808|
I sent the picture to my cousin, Cynthia, and she said it was her mom & step-dad's gravestone.
David Robert Fyffe
b. 13 Feb 1914, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
d. 28 Jan 1971, Lowell, Middlesex, MA
Nathalie Frances (Matthews) Fyffe
b. 3 Sep 1910, Lowell, Middlesex, MA
d. 23 Aug 1989, Lowell, Middlesex, MA
If you want to transfer the grave to me, I'll be glad to add the information and connect Nathalie to her parents and a deceased son.
Rick Cheney (#46996361)
|Family Tree Climber||Mary Scadding Mem# 70994324|
Thank you for the information, I have added it as a note to the memorial
Hope you have a great day!
|Patrick||RE: William Chaplin|
Keep the updates coming. I will be happy to add them. I haven't checked out the Acton library (building itself) lately, but did find they have a lot of good information online for Civil War vets that I have used occasionally to try and dig up additional info on CW vets. As you know, those old CW headstones are usually nothing more than a name and company. No dates.
Added by Patrick on Jun 24, 2014 6:35 AM
Find A Grave Memorial# 78541550
Always a pleasure working with you. Let me know if it doesn't look right or if you want me to change it up.
Added by Patrick on Jun 23, 2014 8:03 PM
|Richard Cheney||Fyffe unknown, Lowell Cemetery #42047808|
I know that my mother's cousin Nathalie Francis (Matthews) Fyffe (3 Sep 1910 - 23 Aug 1989) and her second husband David Robert Fyffe (13 Feb 1913 - 28 Jun 1971) are buried in the Lowell Cemetery. Could this be their gravestone?
|John Glassford||Nathaniel Treadwell at Ipswich, MA|
re: Highland Cemetery
Thank you Denise for the heads up about the dupe. I've removed the dupe and have linked up the wife's memorial to the original Nathaniel Treadwell memorial.
He is buried in the new Dutch Reformed Cemetery in Lebanon Borough, NJ. This cemetery is on Brunswick Ave. the old one is around the corner on Cherry St.
I don't know how to send you the picture as I just joined and this is my first "venture" on find a grave.
He is one of our notables he came to Lebanon in 1854, kepy a ledger for 2 years on how poor the school system was in NJ. He studied law was admitted to the bar and also became supt. of schools for Clinton Twsp. which back then included what is now Lebanon Boro and all of Clinton Twsp. When he was elected to the state legislature he put forth a bill which in 1873 was combined with another, the Runyon Act, this created the NJ Dept of Education and the free school system in NJ.
Didn't know about centographs, that explains several other curious gravestones.
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