|Bill Wheeler (#46812566)|
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I originally became interested in genealogy while establishing lineage from John Mann Porter in 1999. Since then I have become active in RAOGK, IL/NASAR and NEHGS to name a few. All photographs that I take are available for public use without permission.|
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|LarryEldreth||RE: Many Thanks|
You are very welcome. I believe there are more MacKenzie family members to both find and create memorials for and to photo those who are already listed. I was only able to work two sections at the cemetery during the six hours I was there. I will be returning. Please check back for updates. Larry
|Russ Gunther||Thank you|
Thanks Bill, and so quick on your response time!
|Russ Gunther||Please transfer|
Please transfer my Grandfather:
Thomas "Patrick" Joseph Murphy #26191245
WWII: 1944-46 infantry tech sergeant, purple heart, bronze star, silver star, in Germany 1945.
I submitted an edit to update his information and will add the additional bio information after it is in my care. Thank you for taking the photos and starting his memorial, and for your many contributions to Find A Grave.
Russ Gunther #48350514
|Tiffanie DeMayo||Alvah Chamberlin grave marker|
Hello Bill, I was wondering in you remember the photo of Alvah Chamberlin's grave stone(#30722940)
, that you took in 2008. I think i found his Death Record in Vermont Vital Records, showing he died at age 82 years, 10 months, and 22 days. It also shows his birth as March 8, 1876. I think that would makes his death on Jan 30, 1959. It says that he was born in Weathersfield, VT, the son of Alvah & Abigail (Stoughton) Chamberlin. Do you think this record is the same Alvah Chamberlin as in you photo? It sort of looks like an 82 at the bottom of the stone, and the year of birth is the same.
Thank you for your time, please feel free to contact me at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Alvah Chamberlin was my great-great-great (step) grandfather. He had a son named Nathaniel, and Nathaniel's son Alva Vonley had a son named Ora Alva Chamberlain, he married my grandmother, Dorothy Ellen Hamlin. He died in 1919 and Dorothy married my grandfather Francois Anthony Dimeo.
|SueMel||RE: Thank you!|
Not an easy one to take. I tried a while ago, but the sun wasn't right and the stone couldn't be read. I hope this one was a little clearer.
Added by SueMel on Nov 06, 2015 8:28 PM
|Justie S||ThanK You|
Hi, Bill thanks for the transfer of Elizabeth Manning into my care. Hope all is well and you enjoyed your weekend. Again thank you for the transfer and putting up Elizabeth memorial on here in the first place.
Added by Justie S on Oct 19, 2015 12:10 AM
|Justie S||Elizabeth Manning|
Hi Bill I was wondering if you could transfer memorial # 22256965 Elizabeth is the mother of my 2nd great-grandmother Cynthia (Manning)Thomas 1845-1926.
Added by Justie S on Oct 16, 2015 9:35 PM
|Sidney||RE: John McGinty|
You are very welcome. My father David Coulombe is buried just up the hill from John, and it is always an honor to fulfill requests there at Santa Fe National.
Added by Sidney on Oct 05, 2015 7:34 PM
|Howard Reynolds||Ascutneyville Cemetery|
Has the Richards Graveyard been merged with the Ascutneyville Cemetery? I see the Parker there and no one else from the Richards Graveyard. I want to add my Benjamin Allen and Butler.
More detail avail if needed.
~ The Richards Graveyard ~
Location is (Near Ascutneyville Bridge)
Contributed by Gary Allen Lull.
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Surname Grave Stones are:
Allen, Butler, Ford, Goodrich, Hatch, Kile, Parker, Plant, Richards, Sabin.
|Phil Bo ||Rosalie Hoover|
Spent half a day finding it but was able to track her down, also have her DC if you're still interested. Also I take it this was your tree...Wheeler/McGinty Family Tree.
Added by Phil Bo on Jan 11, 2015 3:19 PM
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