|Nate Bramlett (#46874243)|
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Retired from the U.S. Navy (submarines. Got interested in FindAGrave when on vacation and had problems locating ancestors' graves and didn't have time to do a lot of research.|
Feel free to use any pics for your use, if want transfer, just ask, and I'll consider.
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|Beau||Pic Requests - PS|
Nate - I setup pic requests for these pics so that you will get credit for volunteer pics when you post these pics. Thanks. Beau.
Added by Beau on Jan 01, 2017 9:29 AM
Hi Nate, You posted a picture of Napoleon Levesque's tombstone on his Find-A-Grave memorial # 76249841. Could you also post this picture on memorials for his wife Octavie Jodoin LeVesque (84591249) and on memorials for Louis A Jodoin (84484341) and his wife Ida Levesque Jodoin (174728917)? Thanks. Beau.
Added by Beau on Jan 01, 2017 9:17 AM
Thanks for posting the pic of the Dennis Cemetery. My distant Brayton grandparents are buried there. Can you give me the street or off street location as to where it's at? The only thing I can find is "West of Pomfret Center Schoolhouse". There is a Schoolhouse Hill Rd, west of Pomfret Center and from google maps I see a School in Pomfret Center, between Brown St. and US 44, and north of Paradise Rd. Is the cemetery near either? Thanks again.
Added by Shawn on Dec 01, 2016 5:20 PM
|sandi lewis - malburg||Stephen and Grace Hammond|
Thank You for the info. and the edits. Sandi
|Carl Weaver||Gardiner Lillibridge|
Nate, thanks for the unexpected transfer of my 5th GGrandfather's memorial, one of 3 Revolutionary War ancestors I know of.
|deanna french||Pawnee Co. Cemetery|
WOW Nate! This is a beautiful site!! Are these Civil War Veterans, and do you know the names of the soldiers?
I am a Civil War buff, and always looking for the last resting places of many of our Vermont "Boys in Blue" We had hundreds of them that migrated, either before or after the war, and spent their later years around Nebraska, Iowa, and other mid-western states.
An item of interest is that we have Union burials in every state except Alaska, and a few over seas.
Enough of my rant-- when I get going on the C.W. I don't know enough to quit!!
|Bill Day||Esther Cole Day|
You supplied a pic for Esther Cole Day (#59370376). Can you also supply what this gravestone says? I can't read it from the pic.
Added by Bill Day on Aug 01, 2016 8:26 AM
|Lorie Greenwood||Mary Kelton Hix|
Thank you for transferring Mary to me!
the Lydia Burdick you have listed in the non-cemetery (1792 - 1851) married to Rowland Burdick did not die in 1851 - She is listed in the 1860 Census record with Rowland Burdick.
Added by kph on Jul 11, 2016 3:52 PM
|Jim Gardner||Brent duplicate|
Nate, Thanks, I deleted the duplicate.
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