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Linda grew up in Massachusetts, and has spent many years researching branches of her own family tree (piggybacking off research of her grandmother and great-aunt in the 1970ís). Ancestors include Lt. Brian Hall, Major Brian Hall, Moses Pinder, Ephraim Lane & William Grout who fought in the American Revolution, Stephen Hopkins who arrived on the Mayflower, noted Bangor/Boston artists Walter & Wilbur Lansil, silent film star Mae Gaston, Acadian ancestors and family from Wales, England, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Lithuania and Ireland (likely Scots-Irish).|
Linda retired from a career as a Finance Executive in Corporate America several years ago and in her spare time hikes, bikes, cross country skis and volunteers with several non-profits. Besides genealogy, she enjoys cooking, photography, travel, learning Spanish, sipping red wine (at book club, of course!), socializing with friends and playing/snuggling with cats. In April 2015, she and her family relocated to Arlington, Virginia where she is learning to navigate NARA, The Library of Congress and the DAR Library.
She has held beginning genealogy seminars at the local library and a Kiwanis meeting in Jackson, New Hampshire. She enjoys helping friends and family get started with their genealogy!
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|Jane Wescomb||RE: Thank you!!!!!!!|
NO problem! God bless!
|Alex Lawrence||RE: Thank you!!!!|
You're very welcome.
|Erik||RE: Thank you!!!!|
No problem Linda! Also, we are distant cousins, since I also count Stephen Hopkins as an ancestor. Cheers.
Added by Erik on Oct 07, 2016 10:39 AM
|Erin Bohannon||RE: Thank you!!!!|
You are very welcome! :D
|Susan Seacord Jackson||RE: Thank you!|
Glad I could do that for you. A very nice cemetery, a mix of old and new.
|My Labor of Love||RE: Related?|
Sorry, but no, I'm not related to James John Abraham . I was entering information for the Conlon family (my relations) and I decided to help out other people by entering more people buried at this cemetery. If you would like, I could transfer this memorial to your care. Let me know.
Take care and Merry Christmas!
You're very welcome! I'm at Holy Cross pretty regularly, so it was no trouble at all taking the pics.
Added by FiatLux on Mar 31, 2013 1:05 AM
You're very welcome! There are no markers in this section, so I did my best to capture the general area. I live nearby and have many ancestors and family members buried at Holy Cross, so it's no trouble at all for me to get down there and take pictures. Glad I could help.
Added by FiatLux on Feb 03, 2013 10:34 AM
|Kevin Quattrin||Ralph Billie Photo Request|
Section A at Holy Cross Cemetery has no headstones at all. Do you want a photo of the section generally?
|Sharon Terry||Conway cemetery|
Hi Linda, I was interested to see the gravestone of my great grandparents, Frank and Abbie Colby, as well as directions to the cemetery. My mother and I tried to find the cemetery a year ago, but were unable to do so. Perhaps I will get a chance to try again next summer when we are up that way. Thank you.
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