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I grew up in Maine, and now live in NH. The main goal of my cemetery visits is finding my ancestors and their collateral families, as well as seeking out the burial places of the soldiers from the 27th Maine Volunteers. I will also photograph all known Civil War veterans within the cemeteries I walk and, being the historian for NALF (National Association of Leavitt Families), I'm also looking for all Leavitt graves out there!|
See you in the graveyards!
member, MOCA and NHOGA
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|cw-sawyers||RE: Elwyn Sawyer 162225933|
Thank you for the Elwyn note.
I added the ME Veterans' Cem card to his memorial.
The card says ME 25th Co F.
ELWYN F was 29th Company, Unassigned infantry.
ELLERY F Sawyer was ME 25, Co F and is buried Harding Cem, Standish. Perhaps a mix-up.
|cw-sawyers||Onville Sawyer 161200254|
Thanks for excellent photo of this stone.
His brother Elwyn, same cem, military stone?
|Terry Frank||Linda Histed Hickmott|
Thank you for the picture Steve...
|dzr130||Alexander Higgins & Lydia W Hunnewell Higgins Marker image|
Thank you Steve. It was very nice of you to take the photo and posting it.
Added by dzr130 on Apr 10, 2016 8:28 PM
|William Sweeney||Dimon Emmon|
I posted a few photos on your entry for Dimon Emmon. If you click on the photos you will find more information, such as the location of his grave.
|Jack Parker||RE: Hopkinson|
You have a lovely photo for Lowell Hopkinson at #124591584. Would you please attach the same photo to his wife Margaret at #139756234.
|Alexis||RE: 105592616 Amos Chase|
John can take a little time with his edits.
Added by Alexis on Dec 19, 2015 5:57 PM
|Alexis||105592616 Amos Chase|
What cemetery did you find Amos Chase in?
Added by Alexis on Dec 17, 2015 5:23 PM
|Gail ||RE: Charles P. Sanborn|
Happy to help, Steve. I admire the work you are doing. There are many Civil War veterans buried in Edson Cemetery, my g. grandfather among them. And thanks for letting me know that Helen is buried in 4519 as well. There are also markers there for Willie Sanborn and wife Frances Sanborn. Marker states that Willie was a veteran of the Spanish American War. Would you like me to make memorials for them?
Added by Gail on Nov 10, 2015 5:23 AM
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