|Roberta (Schott) Cyr (#38703014)|
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If there's any errors in my Memorials, it was not done intentionally. Please let me know how to correct the error and I will fix it as soon as I can.|
I submit these Memorials, for the person to be remembered.
Some were Veterans of either WWI, WWII, Korean or Vietnam Wars. Most are my ancestors, cousins, parents, classmates or friends.
If someone is directly related and you're not happy with my entry, I'll gladly transfer the Memorial to you or delete it.
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DANIEL SCHOTT, Darlene, Dave, Dave Robison, Don Thériaque, Donna Ruhland B..., Eileen Sosville..., Jule Cass, Marti Sikes, MaryEllen Vetal, matthew Schott, Richard Arthur ..., Rita Demos, S. Anderstrom
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Would you be able to photograph a marker from St. Micahels? I am looking for R. Alfred Roy and his wife Iris. They are together in the St. Mathews section lot 962 and 963. My primer family is Hinckley in the Mass and Me area. Thank you for you're time,
|Carla Charter||Eugene Schott|
I am doing research on Co. F, Heywood Guards, a unit which came from the Gardner, ma. area to serve during the Spanish American War. Among the members of the unit is Eugene Schott. I was wondering if the Eugene Schott at find-a-grave had served in the Spanish American War? Thanks, Carla Charter
|Martin Douglas Packer||RE: Clarence W. Gillespie|
Received with thanks Roberta, Martin D. Packer.
|Martin Douglas Packer||Clarence W. Gillespie|
"Clarence W. Gillespie was a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Forces-366th Bomber Squadron, 305th Bomber Group, Heavy." : date/birthplace?
|Heather||RE: Photo of the cemetery sign|
I am sorry for the long delay in replying to your message. I saw your note while I was on vacation but got busy and forgot to reply.
Of course you may add the cemetery photo. I don't know why it's not showing up already.
Added by Heather on Aug 21, 2014 8:55 AM
|Dave McCaffrey||RE: Joseph F. Przybycien|
You are quite welcome. I take special interest in this cemetery. I want to give each veteran here a suitable memorial page appropriate to respect and honor them for their service. Eventually I will follow up with a photo of his stone, once it is installed. Just let me know if you wish to have his memorial transferred to you.
|James Bianco||Chester Factory Village|
I ran up there tonight after dinner (gotta love the long sun-lit days we have this time of year). It is more like 15 miles from downtown Westfield up to Chester, but it's a great ride. The towns go Westfield, then Russell, then Huntington and Chester (and Becket if you go any further).
The best way to get to the cemetery is to go via Franklin St. Westfield (downtown) it will carry you right straight to it. If you take the Mass Pike to Westfield, take a right and follow the road towards downtown. Go over a bridge and down keep straight, just after big CVS on your right is Franklin St, so you take that right. Just drive right into Chester, its probably 8 miles or so not sure. The cemetery will be on your left.
|James Bianco||Schott & family|
Roberta, thank you for the wonderful, yet very sad photos of little Dick Schott. It is great to have something like that to remember his short life. I was looking for others in the cemetery for that family and discovered it had not been entered completely into Find a Grave. I am doing that now, later today have a look and see if any other relatives are there. I did put in a Laura Dandurand, not sure if she connects. I had always assumed Beckie Cross did everything, but evidently not and I was sitting on this transcript more than a year. The cemetery is 5 minutes from my house, I may go today and photograph what isn't online. Thanks for everything. Jim
|James Bianco||Baby Schott|
Hello Roberta, I believe this could be your "Scott". He died in 1933, there was grass covering the year of death in my photo but I checked the transcript and it was 1933. I have corrected it. There are no other Schott's buried in the entire town of Chester, I have the complete transcript.
He is buried in between a Lucy Wilcox (wife of Elbridge) & a Chapin Wilcox. Do those names sound familiar? Let me know. Jim
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