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karen wooley (#47020108)
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As a child I lived near a large cemetery, we would spend hours reading the stones.I began genealogy over ten years ago in hopes to know my fraternal grandparents better, he died before I was born and she when I was eleven.My genealogy tree has flourished.
I have filled several requests over the years for pictures, one as far away as California and find it self satisfying. I love a successful "road trip".

A few of my surnames include:
Nickerson of MA and Nova Scotia
Huff, Matthews,Reed of ME
Peterson of MA
Ainslie of MA and Nova Scotia
Wooley of TX
Perkins of ME,MA
Richardson,Back of KY



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connie lawson
RE: Backs/Bachs
Samuel and valorie had a son martin Richardson he married Elizabeth mann these are my gg grandparents. Would love to share. Love and blessings Connie
Added by connie lawson on Dec 06, 2014 2:32 PM
connie lawson
RE: Backs/Bachs
My great grandmother was Delia Richardson her father was Martin Richardson son of Samuel and valoria richardson. So sorry for your loss. My email addy is clawson2612@yahoo.com please email me. Blessings new found cousin
Added by connie lawson on Dec 02, 2014 7:56 AM
connie lawson
Backs/Bachs
Forgot to mention that I have backs/bachs on both side of my parents. My great grandma was rhoda back/bach who married frazier banks in letcher Kentucky. Most of all the people who are buried in back cemetery and Nancy back cemetery are my family along with the Lawson. Again thank you connie lawson
Added by connie lawson on Nov 18, 2014 6:08 PM
connie lawson
Montgomery and Richardson
My g grandmother was delia Richardson Smith, her parents were Martin and Elizabeth Mann Richardson, Martin's parents were Samuel and Valoria Montgomery Richardson. My grandmother is asbery and delia richardson smith daughter. My grandmother would sit me down and show me pictures of our family and tell me stories. She kept excellent records of the family not only in her photos but in all of her bibles. She was a pastor of a pentecostal church in goshen indiana. Would like to meet new found cousins to share with. Blessings Connie Lawson

Added by connie lawson on Nov 18, 2014 6:04 PM
Christine Stephens
RE: Stephens
I sent you a e-mail. Its from oldwoman7112001@yahoo.com so if you don't get it check your spam folder. Can't wait to here from you. This is very exciting and I love it when pieces of the puzzle come together.
Added by Christine Stephens on Oct 07, 2014 12:50 PM
Christine Stephens
RE: Stephens
I married in to the Stephens family. Edward Andrew Stephens is my husbands uncle. Who is Amy Jo mother? Edward's obit doesn't mention her. I would appreciate any help you can give me and I will give you any info I have. Thanks Christine
Added by Christine Stephens on Oct 06, 2014 6:38 AM
Karen Rehm Sansone
Helen Lorenz-Forest Hill Cemetery
Thank you for the generosity of your time to photograph this tombstone. It's wonderful to have a photo of it, but I regret that it is difficult to read. Please consider at your convenience photographing it again and uploading it in a higher resolution or possibly offer a transcription of it (just as a suggestion. You volunteers are very much appreciated. Thanks.
Added by Karen Rehm Sansone on Mar 13, 2012 7:19 PM
CatzCubby
RE: Lang Cemetery
Unfortunately, I don't know. I only have the information listed on findagrave. (I'm in California.)

I contacted the contributor to see if she has any information. On her contributor page she states that "the New Hampshire entries are all from Colonial Gravestone Inscriptions in the State of NH, by Mrs. Charles Goss (1942)." So I have a feeling she won't know either.

Deborah's second husband, John Clay, is buried at Candia Village Cemetery. But I know that's not much help. John Clay is my 3rd great grandfather.

As soon as I hear from the contributor, I'll let you know.

Added by CatzCubby on Mar 12, 2012 7:44 AM
Amy Levesque
Dudley Road Cemetery
Hi Karen,

Your photos at this cemetery are outstanding - awesome job.

Amy
Added by Amy Levesque on Jun 01, 2011 7:25 PM
Pepper3
Edith May Jones
Thanks for getting a great photo, it was a great help
Added by Pepper3 on Sep 12, 2010 1:50 PM
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