|N K Jewell (#47379383)|
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I am always delighted to discover that someone has entered information about my far-flung relatives on Find a Grave. I want to do my part by adding as much as I can about the graves in my part of the world. |
I have been researching my family history since 1978. A few of the surnames that I am particularly interested in include: Jewell, Holdridge, Brigham, Palmer, Kathrens, Walker, Hunn, Rebman, Carter, Joslin, Demarest, and many more.
Countries where my ancestors lived include: Ireland, Scotland, England, Germany,and France. Some of the states where ancestors have lived include New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, California, Texas, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Iowa, Arizona, and Hawaii.
If you would like me to transfer a memorial, do not hesitate to ask. I can also remove a photo if you have a better one you would like to replace it with.
Please note: I am happy for anyone to use any photos I post on Find A Grave as long as you give me the courtesy of crediting them to me. Thank you in advance.
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I did a 400 page book on th Muscotah cemetery in 2011 with obits for every person buried there or at least all I could find. Info from the old newspapers and descendants and whatever else I could find. If you are interested, let me know. Thanks. Joanne James..
|Tim Meier||Helen M. Jewell (1844-1928)|
Good morning. I am interested in learning as much as possible about Mrs. Helen M. Jewell of Bangor, Maine. Thank you for adding a photograph of her grave.
Mrs. Jewell was an accomplished musician in Bangor. Among her many contributions to the community, she was an organist for Bangor's Central Congregational Church for 18 years or more. You'll be interested to know that the church organ she played still exists!
I'm one of the lucky organists who was employed to play this historic organ which was relocated to Iowa City. You may view photographs of the organ added to the Organ Historical Society's database.
Central Church, Bangor
Zion Lutheran Church, Iowa City
I am doing research on the organ, archiving newspaper articles, photographs, books, and more. I found numerous photos of other organists employed at Central Church, but not one of Mrs. Jewell. I am very hopeful that you may have a photograph of Mrs. Jewell that could be scanned and contributed to our archives. If not a photo, perhaps another item.
Thank you so much for your time.
Dear N K,
Thank you for the latest transfers:
1. Josiah Alexander Prescott #78648263 - update completed
2. Arabine E. Rich Prescott #78648291 - working on her update-will get it finished as soon as possible.
Your kindness, hard work and wonderful photos are so much appreciated.
Thank you so much for these transfers. All updates have been made. I really appreciate your generous help.
Harry Leo King #78246743
Anne Rose Higgins King #78246760
|Bonnie Maskery||Prince Albert Hall #79170444|
What a very pleasant surprise to get this transfer. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your help in helping me connect with family.
|Cheryl Locher Moonen||RE: William Rebman Photo|
You're very welcome and thanks for the compliment. Cheryl
Thank you for the transfer of Sophia Whitman and also for the headstone photos.
|D (Huntley) Carter||shared and credited|
Thank you for sharing your photos. I posted the headstone photo for Robert Gunnar Johnson on my Ancestry website and certainly did credit you as the source. Diane Carter
Dear N K Jewel,
Thank you so much for these transfers. I means a very great deal for me to be able to connect family with family.
1. CPL Hiram T. Stevens Jr #78231632
2. Anna I. Blacklington Stevens #78231685
I have run across some others in this family and will get to you when I do some catching up on my back log of work.
Thanks for your help and all the work you do. It is greatly appreciated.
|Elkco||RE: Vivion/Vivian Jewell|
I respect your reasoning which is probably correct. Many times, gravestone inscriptions are in error. Since you have a family member with that spelling, I would use the Vivion also.
Thanks for all you do to promote family genealogies.
Added by Elkco on Jan 24, 2014 8:45 AM
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