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Let me know if you need a transfer if you can add more bio info. Hope everyone gets out there and photographs some stones - that is the main reason this site exists. Thanks.
Heading back out to photograph some stones weather permitting. I'm also going through all the Amidons here on Find-a-Grave and linking them together/updating the family info. I've found sooooooooo many new cousins since the last time I've done this search.
Thanks to everyone who's helping me out with edits.
Another round of photos at Crystal Lake. The end is in sight. Thanks to Ed Poulin for creating many many memorials in advance of the photographing - saving me lots of time.
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|Carla Charter||RE: Spanish American War Project|
What would be involved in managing the site? If it is not overly involved I would be willing to take on Mr. Baker and possibly other Co. F, Veterans if you want me to. Carla
|Carla Charter||Spanish American War Project|
My name is Carla Charter. I thought you might be interested. I have created a Company F. Spanish American War database, which I am currently trying to complete. The info I do have has been given to to the city clerk and vets agent so they have a record of all the Spanish American war veterans. I am also working on documenting all of Co. F's burial sites including pictures of the gravestones to be added at the registry at Spanamwar.com. Carmi Baker served in that war. Also Co. F left behind an amazing book of their experiences in the war which can be found at the local history room at Heywood Library.
I might have to try different time of year. There is also a large tree casting a shadow. I'll keep it on my to do list.
Added by Cheryl on Jul 02, 2014 5:19 AM
|DeeB||RE: Amidons@West Cem.|
Nice to be able to help.
Added by DeeB on Jun 30, 2014 8:13 PM
Hi Ryan, I was at the cemetery and took photos of the plot. I could only get good photos of Lydia and Martin on the family monument. I'll try another time of day for the rest.
Added by Cheryl on Jun 30, 2014 1:35 PM
Thanks for the info! :)
Added by Cheshire on Jun 27, 2014 4:42 AM
|John Clay Harris||RE: Oxford history|
Thanks for getting it straight about the two Hannah Foster's.I have made the correction in regards to her married name and the date of her birth.If you want to write a short bio for Hannah Foster for her memorial I will be glad to post it.It can only helps to distinguish between like persons with Identical names between generations.
|John Clay Harris||Hannah Foster Info|
Ryan if you send me your email address I will send you what I have on Hannah Foster.She was the daughter of ,Timothy Foster Sr (1717-1795) and Mary "Mollie" May(1719-1753) She is mentioned in a history of Oxford ,Ma which I can send you.She married Issac Amidon son of,Jeremiah Amidon.Dudley Town records has her birth as 18 Mar 1750.
|Colleen Phoenix||Running on Empty|
Hello. I read your passage you left for River.. I agree Running on Empty was one of the best movies ever!
God Bless You!
|Mae Thunder||Mary E Conrad Amidon|
This cemetery is for cremations only. I posted the "ribbon" for Mary and I also posted a picture of the cemetery. There are no stones or other grave markers, only the "ribbons" attached to the plaques on the wall. Sorry this isn't more helpful.
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