|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave (#47241104)|
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"To live in the hearts of those we love is never to die."|
Willing to help in any way I can!
I will make corrections or I will gladly transfer ownership of your relatives memorials to you. I am not like those people on here who own thousands of memorials of non-relatives and they refuse to transfer. If a memorial is an ancestor of mine, we can work out some agreement.
If you have additional information to add or please use the Edit tab and then the Suggest a correction or provide additional information link. If you find a duplicate that I have made, please let me know so that I can request my info be added to the original memorial. In addition, I would greatly appreciate your assistance with adding my information when I make a suggestion.
PHOTOS I HAVE TAKEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo."
That being said, if you wish to use one of the photos I have taken please ask my permission first!
Thank You so much and God Bless!
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|Bill and April||RE: Thank You!!|
Lauren, You are welcome. And thank you for making your way through all the edits that we posted from our day at Franklin yesterday. I hope you saw that we posted Vinnie's mother, spouse, and infant son, also. I can send those memorials to you, if you wish. Bill and April
Hi Lauren, You are very welcome. Glad to do it.
Two of the markers, Stella and Gladys were either not there or too covered. It looked like the cemetery was trimming around some of the markers in the cemetery. I didn't have anything with me so if they don't, I can get back there at some point. I pass by there quite a bit.
All the Best, Roberta
Added by Roberta on Apr 15, 2015 9:22 AM
|Kendra Haynie||Memorial # 58152884|
Hello, I was wondering if I could use your photo of the headstone for Minnie Emma Vose Sleeper and her husband? I would like to attach it to my tree on Ancestry.
|pmazo||Harry John Powell 118796660|
I took some photos the other day at Linwood Cemetery and had photos of his headstone. Also, being a Haverhill Firefighter, I added the statue dedicated to the firefighters in the cemetery. Thanks! Pam
Added by pmazo on Apr 06, 2015 6:33 AM
|Barb Destromp||Use of my photos|
Yes you may use my photos; but I do require that you source me as photographer and Find a Grave as their original location.
Thank you so much for being so considerate and asking permission...
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|Merrill Preiss||Horace Newell Emmons|
I think Horace Newell Emmons second wife, Maud B. Caldon married a second time in 1924 to Louis Joel Kirsch in Newton Massachusetts. Can you confirm and/or do you have any information reg. Maud that you would be willing to share with me? Louis Joel Kirsch, Sr. was my 2nd great grandfather.
|BL Hughes||Dr. George Hoyt Calley, M. D|
Dr. George Hoyt Calley, M. D
Dr. George H. Calley was born in Bristol December 11, 1854; died there October 30, 1028. Dr. Calley is a son of Rev. Daniel and Mary (Smith) Calley and was educated in the public schools of, New Hampton Institution, Bowdoin and Princeton Colleges and Columbus College of Physics and Surgeons, graduating from the latter in 1888. He spent his life in practice of his profession in his native town, and was successful and eminent as a practitioner. He was a Trustee of the Minot-Sleeper Library and president of the Bristol Savings Bank. He was prominent in Masonry, having received all degrees to and including the 32nd and was also a Knight of Pythias. On August 4, 1892 he married Addie B. Fowler who survives, as does one step-daughter, E. Maude Ferguson, representative from Bristol. >The Granite Monthly.
|Ronnie Miller||Mary M Chapman Abrams 1824 – 1866 Find A Grave Memorial# 105607705|
Thank you Lauren for your help in getting this family together.
Thank you again for your help fellow researcher and please continue your fine contributions to our history.
Lauren, I don't know anything about Perry. I will see what I can find. There were A LOT of Colbys in New Hampshire.
Added by JackiMex on Jan 25, 2015 11:55 PM
|JackiMex||Philip & Abra Colby|
Thank you, Lauren, for the transfers. Next step will be to write the bio. I hope folks link the kids to the parents soon.
Jacki in Mexico
Added by JackiMex on Jan 25, 2015 11:52 PM
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