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I have been researching the houses and people that have lived in them for the past 15 years. I figured it was about time I got to find out about the people from my OWN past! I have been doing my family genealogy weekly since the beginning of 2007. My dads death made me curious about his family, for he would never tell me much. I find cemeteries interesting. You see the families story right in front of you. I am more than willing to help others out with photos of their loved ones. I take an average of 3 per grave...close-ups with the details, the grave itself and the plot it is in. And at the same time I am hoping to receive some photos of my loved ones through out the New England area.|
History is something I love. I love researching. I love old documents, microfilms and books! I find the past fascinating. I guess that is why I am on the board at my local historical society.
I, also, do researching here in New Hampshire. I have access to a lot of documents you can't find online. If you are interested please feel free to email me. I charge what I would like to be charged. Fees are cheap
! Thanks for looking! Cindy
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|Patrick||RE: Transfer - Camacho|
Thanks! Ya I remember it now. And I did accidentally duplicate both of them which have now been removed. Thanks again for your help. Do you want that memorial transferred back to you? I have no connection to them, so let me know if you would prefer to have it back.
Added by Patrick on Mar 13, 2013 1:17 PM
|Patrick||RE: Transfer - Camacho|
I received the transfer but for the life of me I can not recall why I contacted you about that memorial. I don't seem to have a record that I send you a SAC on that one. I do see there seems I created duplicates of both memorials, so I need to double check if mine are duplicates and remove them. So I have confused myself on this one. :)
Could you please remind me what my problem was at the time? ;)
Added by Patrick on Mar 11, 2013 8:54 AM
|John K. Pierson||RE: Bakers in Fairview Cemetery|
I am not related to the Bakers, but would be happy to add any information you have. Use the edit tab for each memorial.
|John McNally||Borge infant|
Hello Cindy After a careful search of the data I can only offer this in regards to the Borge infant -- Still born female July 13 1909
to John Borge and Olympia Viator of 23 Sadler St Gloucester. No further information is available. John McNally
|Basiclysue||RE: Available to take pictures in Graceland Cemetery?|
Hi Cindy. Yes I can probably go over there and take some pictures for you. Maybe even over the weekend depending on the weather. Thank you for the Lot and Section numbers. I believe I have maps for both sections. If not, I'll call them this afternoon.
Talk to you soon.
|Mary Sprague Langsdorf||Benjamin Clark|
I am up in the Fonda area researching my family "Sprague" my 4th great Aunt Matilda Sprague Kring is buried in Palatine Bridge Cemetery off of Tilton Rd. I visited Monday then read your request os today in 102 degree heat I went back to search for Benjamin Clark and the Barns requests I saw. Didn't find either but alot of stones are missing, broke, illegible or moldy and coverd in fungus so it doesn't mean they aren't there.
I am stopping by the Old Mongomery court house before I head back to Albany and North Carolina I will look for Benjamin Clark when I look through any cemetery indexes. I don't think there is one for Palatine Bridge though.
Sorry I tried.
Mary Sprague Langsdorf
|Kat||Bay View New York Cemetery|
Hi, this is a massive cemetery, that covers multiple blocks. Without a Section and plot number it is very difficult to locate a marker. Also many markers are overturned or destroyed or missing, so when you call the office for information, you might ask if there is a marker.
Added by Kat on Jul 13, 2011 6:18 PM
|D Poulin||RE: Elizabeth Walters Grave Site|
You are very welcome. I am glad you go to visit the cemetery.
Added by D Poulin on Jun 20, 2011 6:55 PM
|Maureen Coleman||RE: Leighton Samuel Baker|
You are very welcome. If I can be of any more help in this area of NY state please let me know.
|Maureen Coleman||Leighton Samuel Baker|
I have taken and posted a photo of the plot your brother is buried in. Unfortunately there is no marker. I checked with the cemetery office and they directed me. The plot would be to the immediate left of the two stones seem in the photo. If I can be of any more help in the Auburn,NY area please let me know.
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