|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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|Bill Day||Esther Cole photo|
You provided a pic of the headstone for Esther Cole (Find A Grave #59370376). Unfortunately, I cannot read what is engraved on it. Can you please provide a transcription?
Added by Bill Day on Oct 12, 2014 7:17 AM
|mommycita||Lorenzo & Mary Shippee|
Thanks for their headstone photo.
Thank you for the pics of Eva Lavallee. It is very appreciated!
Added by Dawn D on Sep 16, 2014 4:54 AM
|Steven Smith||Lydia Aldrich|
Thank you once again for fulfilling a photo request that I submitted - this time for Lydia Aldrich who's resting in High Street Cemetery in Dayville.
As always, I appreciate your help and kindness very much!
Nate, I just realized that the Korab's are in the cemetery next door from this cemetery. Jan Korab wife Marion (Wilcox) Federer are buried there but also Stanislaw and Anna Korab should be there, if you go back could you send me pic of their site?
Nate, I just read your bio, I also was in the Navy, I was a yoeman working with the Harbor Clearance Unit out of Newport, RI worked with the Seal, Seabees and Divers. I also met another submariner while on a sail in Newport, his name is Jim Goff, never know who you meet and know in this world nowadays.
|Maryann Martel||Korab pictures|
Thank-you so much for the pictures. If and when you do go back to the cemetery, could you please find out if there are any more Korab's and Wilcox's. Please let me know my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Steve Pain||The Pain Gravestone Photo|
Nate, thank you so very much for the time and effort that you made in going to the Saint John Cemetery in Plainfield Connecticut and taking the photos of my grandparents gravestone. You will never know how much this means to me and how much I really appreciate your gift of caring. You have taught me a lot about find a grave memorials in a short period of time. Thanks again for all the golden nuggets.
Stephen R. Pain
|Kathy Davis||Ernest L Chase|
Hi Nate, Ernest is my grandmother's brother. It's been a really long time since my dad showed me where my great-grandmother used to live in East Killingly. Did you visit the Chase Cemetery and take the picture yourself? Can you remember how to get there (I think it's up off of Route 101)? Finally, are you related to the Chase family? My Dad (Harold Davis - mother is Nellie M. Chase) passed away in December - dealing with the cemetery stuff rekindled an interest in researching my family tree. Nellie was a great resource for genealogy research way before computers came along. If she were alive today, I can only imagine her excitement to access these types of sites. Thank you, Kathy
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