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I am an elementary school librarian as well as an amateur genealogist. I think it is important for us to know our past in order for us to understand ourselves completely, and to always remember the ones who came before us who made our lives possible.|
Though I have been a regular photo volunteer in the past, I'm fulfilling only occasional requests at the current time for various personal reasons. I apologize for this and hope to resume requests on a consistent basis at some point in the future.
If I've cataloged a grave of one of your friends or *direct* relatives and you'd like to transfer the memorial to your account, let me know. I will be glad to take care of that for you.
NOTE: Please do not ask for mass-transfers or transfers of distant relatives. Per Find-A-Grave guidelines, only direct relatives within four generations will be transferred. (This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.) Transferring of a distant relative's monument for the sake of "owning it" is not what Find-A-Grave intended for. If you have something to add to a memorial, please send me a message and I will add it for you.
Also, please note that while I will make corrections sent through Find-A-Grave's message system, I will not respond to messages sent from within Find-a-Grave. Feel free to stop by my website and e-mail me directly if you'd like a reply.
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|nancy snow west||Joseph Massaro|
Thanks so much for taking this photo for Dr. Massaro's page!! best, Nancy
|Penny Hunt||St. James claim|
Hi, I actually took photos today of the Joseph Massaro grave and saw your claim this evening. Let me know if you want me to post. I did it all today and I should have claimed. Sorry.
|Betsy||Samuel Allen # 13568597|
Thank you for the contributions you make to the search for our ancestors. It is very helpful and much appreciated.
I am researching two Samuel Allens with wives named Ann. It appears that some of the information about the different people has been merged together creating confusion about the different families.
According to "U.S.New England Marriages Prior to 1700" and several other sources, Samuel Allen (1588-1648) buried in Enfield Street Cemetery married Ann LNU (last name unknown).
Samuel Allen who died in 1669 married Ann/Anne Whitmore who died in 1641 in Braintree, Massachusetts.
While there is DNA data that indicates the two Samuel Allens are related, it has been difficult to find any documentation of a relationship.
Added by Betsy on Jan 07, 2016 8:10 AM
|Dick Jenkins, MHS1955||William L Anderson|
I have written to you in the past when I was trying to establish a family connection with William Anderson. This Memorial Day, with the help of historians around the world I have determined that William is my cousin and the young man I recall going off to war in 1941. I have a lot to write about Bill and to associate him with our entire family resting in East Cemetery and for that reason ask if you will transfer the management of his page to me?
|Pat and Billy||Stanley and Donald Krajewski photos|
Thank you for your time and effort in taking these photos as well!
Thanks for the picture!
Added by LBeebe on Apr 22, 2013 8:25 AM
|Pat and Billy||Re: Beryl Krajewski |
Thank you so very much for the photo I requested for Beryl!
With great appreciation-Pat
|Marion Fitch Connell||Appreciation|
Thank you very much for adding these photographs to the record of my family. Matthew and Sarah Long were my great, great grandparents. Their son, Andrew, was my great grandfather. He is buried in East Cemetery, Manchester.
|Dick Jenkins, MHS1955||William Anderson|
I'm trying to link my aunt's son to her, booth are buried in East Cemetery. There are two William Andersons found in East Cemetery, both veterans, both killed in WWII. Is there any tie-back in the cemetery records that would link either one of these men to Ellen Tedford Anderson Bronkie. Ellen was the mother of one of these boys and was first married to an Anderson. I do not know the father's first name to check the 1930 census and my aunt Ellen is gone now, buried there as well.
William has a brother Robert E Anderson also in East Cemetery. How can I determine which William is the son of Ellen?
|Kati McSweeney||Wolcotts @ Buckland Cemetery|
Thank you once again for posting more tombstone photos of my Wolcott cousins for my family and me! I believe that's the last of them (that I know of at least-LOL!).
With heartfelt thanks and gratitude,
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