|Joyce Cahoone Rookstool (#47975058)|
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I am a avid ancestry buff and take immense pleasure in connecting the past to the present. I am in awe of some of the many trials and tribulations many of my ancestors endured during their lifetime.|
I also find that the mothers side of the family seems to get forgotten in history and that we have many more family members out there that we have never met.
I enjoy exploring the many local cemeteries and feel very sad when I find many of them neglected and in very poor condition and it frustrates me that much history is being forgotten due to the neglect.
So, if I can preserve even a little bit of the past with others by taking photographs of their loved ones, then it is my pleasure to help. I have no issues in sharing any photo that I have taken and if you wish to have a photo personally emailed to you, send me a message. Credit of the photo taken is greatly appreciated.
Cahoone/Cahoon, Blanchard, Powell, Crook, Cook, Tourgee, Northup, Smith, Vanasse, Barrette, and Trudeau.
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|Suki Davey||RE: Henry and Lillian Smith Fournier|
Your welcome. I found Henry's birth record. I sent you the data in a SAC. Thanks for connecting him to his mother. If I find Papa, I'll let you know. Cora's mother, Rosanna Jette is my great great grandmother. Regards, Suki Davey
The notation for Henry Fournier says his parents were Philias and Lenore Fournier but I am thinking his parents were Henry Fournier and Cora Letendre.
And, I'm pretty sure he was born in Maine.
Do you have any other info showing who his parents were?
His memorial is 118916689
I can send you what info I have if that helps and thanks so much in advance,
Added by MJ_MW on Jan 21, 2015 7:19 PM
|mommycita||David & Maud Miller|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph their headstone for me.
|Lois||Elmire Margaret Barrette from FG volunteer 47059774|
I am also a volunteer. Thank you for all your work. My girl friend is a direct relative ot Barrette and more and from the area they lived in. You two are related. I did send you a message with Elmire in the subject.
Jane would be very happy to find you.
L Ann Erickson
She could not believe I am across your comment that you were a relative. Jane said to thank you for all the pictures you have taken of family.
If you respond please put Elmire in the subject and Barrette so I too will look for it and not delete it.
Added by Lois on Nov 28, 2014 8:00 PM
Thanks for the Bates photos!
Added by jjencks on Nov 24, 2014 8:32 AM
|Candy Rypczyk||Photograph of Almira Briggs|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph this gravestone. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Joyce....Thank-you so much for the picture of Herbert and Maude Brayton's grave stones.
|Mel ||Madeline M Nester/Nestor Graemiger|
I was looking for this relative. was able to link her with her parents Edward and Beda (though Beda has two different cemetery entries one at St Mary's in West Warwick and one at the Lutheran Cemetery in West Warwick). The spelling tends to vary between Nester and Nestor (her aunt Sarah was my great-grandmother).
Anyways, hope you didn't mind me making those edits.
Added by Mel on Nov 11, 2014 3:58 PM
|Dominique Ritchot||Doris M. Ritchotte Lavoie (St. Joseph, W. Warwick)|
Thanks for posting her headstone picture. Very appreciated.
I can't thank you enough for your kindness. I really appreciate the photos you've taken for my ggrandfather and I know this is an old stone but you have made it readable. Thanks for your time and generosity.
Added by CroBear on Oct 09, 2014 5:14 AM
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