|Denise M. (#47099919)|
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I believe that no one should die alone and no one should be forgotten!|
Please note, if you send me a "correction", I will get to it. I save them until I make the changes. I do this this because it is something I enjoy but please remember this is voluntary. Be thankful for memorials created for your benefit, not critical. Thank you!
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Hi Denise: I'm afraid that I failed to thank you for posting a picture of the headstone for Thomas Gaskill in the Worcester County Memorial Park. Somehow the email notifying me that you had taken the photo just got overlooked - and I'm sorry that it has taken me so long to send my thanks.
I really appreciate getting to see the photo and I thank you so very much. I hope you will be repaid many times over.
Added by okfever on Nov 15, 2015 3:57 AM
Would you mind transferring this memorial to my account?
This is my wife's late mother.
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 141072669
Added by LancBoy on Oct 28, 2015 1:20 PM
|Plinden56||Daniel Trask- Memorial# 39685319|
Would it be possible to get a transcription of what is printed on this stone?
|Carol Greene||Correction for #39257404|
Thank your for all your efforts in Find A Grave. In doing some research in my ancestors information I came across your listing for Tirzah Sibley Hall. It mentions that she was married to Orson Barnes but it was Orson Eddy Hall. He was my Great-Great Grandfather. Thank you again. Carol Greene
|Anonymous||Susanna Bullock Watson|
I have a Susanna Bullock born 10 March 1746 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, daughter of Joseph Bullock, who married Benjamin Baker on 22 November 1764 in Rehoboth. They had 8 children. She died on 6 October 1804 in Leicester, MA. Are they the same Susanna Bullock?
Thank you so very much for taking your time to take a photo of this grave. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Kgpris on Dec 22, 2014 6:16 PM
|David Erin Butler||Blair headstone|
Brrrr - thank you for getting out in the dead of winter to do this. it's much appreciated!
|Lynette Blackwell Ball||The Blackwell gravestones|
Thank you so much for getting this for me, it brought tears to my eyes to see it for the first time. You are so special to do this for strangers, I hope that you have been able to get the same success that you have given to me and others.
Lynette Blackwell Ball (granddaughter)
|George Harger||Duplicates in South Cemetery|
Six duplicate memorials for the parties on the Israel Sibley monument were eliminated via merger, with all data preserved to your memorials. Also two more children will be connected to the parents. Many, many duplicates in the cemetery are now fixed.
|George Harger||Sibley Duplicates - South Cemetery|
I meant to say you are the ORIGINAL for the duplicates.
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