|D. Montgomery||Reynolds Family in Pine Island Cem|
Thank you so much for working with us to sort out the elusive family group of the William and Phebe Reynolds family here. Finding the photo and doc details of the cemetery monument of the Reynolds was the key to working through the relationship details.
I am most appreciative of your help here in transfers. I will be adding the details from our family files.
|D. Montgomery||CHARLES REYNOLDS|
Thank you for your transfer of this memorial. It helps to now get a more complete view of what is or is not clear in Pine Island Cemetery.
Best regards, D. Montgomery
|D. Montgomery||Jonathon Reynolds|
I do not quite understand your message to me about this Reynolds in the Pine Island Cemetery in No. Dartmouth, Mass.
His relationships need to be sorted out and corrected as well.
While very helpful the Lund book you rely on is incomplete. There are other primary records available linking these Reynolds family members.
Please clarify your message. Thank you
|D. Montgomery||Reynolds Family|
Hello: Sorry for duplicate sent as my last posting. You could delete them. Thank you for clarification of your photo postings.
While further research of vital records clarified the family group I asked you abt before, I still have question abt the inscription of the monument for Wm Reynolds II---the photo shows his name and dates, but there appears a long script text which I am afraid I was unable to translate even by enlarging your photo. Did you transcribe this text?
Thanks for your assistance...
|D. Montgomery||PINE ISLAND CEMETERY -No. Dartmouth|
Hello: I have been trying to sort thru the various Demaranville and Reynolds family graves at this cemetery. I see you were so helpful as to both photograph these and enter memorials for many.
I am confused by the varous generations of William Reynolds.
Can you help? I see one Dartmouth Town ref for Wm Reynolds (I) (1769-1852) and his wife Rest W. Reynolds buried there...but see no monuments listed or photographed for this family.
Then I find an individual headstone for Wm Reynolds II (1792-1870) and separately a monument for a number of his family members including his wife Phebe Demaranville (1809-1881).
There is a Wm Reynolds III (1818-1870) somewhere there and his siblings Nancy Ann (Brooks)(1832-1897) and Jonathon ......but also at the cemetery nearby siblings Alfred, Phebe,Betsey, Albert and Daniel. I cannot tell by the photos if these headstones repeat info on the large monument which seems to have various names all over 4 sides ?
Can you please clarify what that cemetery plot looks like and which stones and names are where? I am very interested in location of the eldest child Nancy Ann Reynolds.
I know it is not only winter now, but I believe your area is under some sort of blizzard..so maybe you could get back to me from your file and record info.
Appreciate your help.
|Robert Perry||Gravestone of Manuel Rosa Perry|
Thank you very much for photographing the gravestone of my great grandparents in St. John's Cemetery! I reside in Florida and going there personally would be difficult.
|Lynn Stecker||RE: John J Sousa|
Thank you for your help! There are always more questions than answers it seems when doing family research. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
|DMS04||RE: Nora Yaryabka|
Thanks so much for looking. I got the burial info from the cemetery office, so I assumed it was correct. Nora's husband Andrew (Andres) died in 1945, in August, I believe. I don't know when Mary died. I really appreciate the time and effort you've put in. Thanks again.
Added by DMS04 on Oct 09, 2015 7:21 AM
|Paul Caissie||RE: Abdon Gallant 51505106|
Zachary, You are saying that there is no stone at all? At least I have a picture of the location.
Thanks for your effort. Regards, Paul
|Sheryl Vincelette||Much thanks|
Thank you so much for the photos of the grave stones of Henry & Marie Louise Paradis as well as Domina & Maria Laliberte. I had tried a few years back to find Henry & Marie Louise but was unsuccessful. I am very happy that not only are they great pictures of the grave stones but they also give a good perspective to help me find them to pay my respects in person some day. Again, thank you so very much.
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