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Shortly after our daughter was killed in a car accident, I found her memorial here. I was surprised, and grateful, that someone took the time to do that. If you'd like to stop by and visit with Kristi , just use this link. She is a wonderful soul. I'm certain she is still here with us.|
Cemeteries have always been a serene place for me. They also teach me a lot of those who have been here ahead of us. I try to keep my camera handy and research names that seem to have no connections so their memorials might be connected here. So they are no longer "alone." Walking isn't always as easy as it could be; but there is no one there pushing me on ...
My dad was from Canada and my mom from Salem, Mass. (She enjoyed sharing that she went sledding on Gallow's Hill.) Her family was from Ireland. I have lived in New England nearly all of my life. Different addresses have shared many new friends with me.
I enjoy helping folks to connect with their past. I am thrilled when I get a note of "I wondered where he/she was" or "I didn't know about him/her." So please share with me any thoughts you have.
Also, it is much easier making corrections if you use the appropriate tab on a memorial. I would appreciate if you can do that.
When I started with FAG it was not affiliated with ancestry.com and I had much enthusiasm for sharing of information with other VOLUNTEERs where there was no monetary concern. Now I can only hope that FAG stays a "free" site.
Stay well ... and be safe. I leave lines of communication open; and hope that you will do the same.
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|Erin Bohannon||James G. Rice|
Thank you so much for the great picture of his stone! And sorry I took so long to get back to you...I had gone to a cemetery to add some photos to findagrave, and refused to do any of my own research until I had memorials added for the other cemetery.
|Anonymous||RE: Shonyo Family|
From 35 to 40 years of research with the help of
family members, qualified genealogist, orginal documents, etc.
If I do find anymore you added I will just send them to edit.
I can assure you, you are not the only one I look at for doubles. Sorry if I re sent one.
|zoomurray||RE: Joanna Cooper Photo|
You are very welcome. By giving the section and lot number you made it much easier to find.
thanks for the info on roger hamel, I have added it. Very interesting, I'm glad you found it. Did you happen to have the source for that?
|Denise||RE: Edna CHAGNON|
I was going by her son, Bernards, obituary. I have noticed that a lot of times on older headstones they would put the first initial of the maiden name (usually when there wasnt much space) But hers isnt really that old. You can always put the "G" back in the middle name spot if you like. I'm sure if it is wrong someone eventually will let you know. :)
Added by Denise on Apr 09, 2015 3:37 PM
|Julie Ricketts||RE: Alvin C. Jones|
You're welcome, and thank you for making the changes!
|Bob Brien||RE: findagrave for Emmanuel Hebert|
At first your comment about Germain Terriot confused me. I don't have him listed as a son of Emmanuel. Someone else posted the memorial for Germain Terriot (1646-1678) and linked it to my memorial for Andree Brun.
Andree Brun married 1st Germain Terriot about 1668. They had 3 children including a son Germain Terriot (1669-1750). Andree's husband Germain Terriot died in 1678.
Andree Brun married 2nd Emmanuel Herbert in 1679.
Sorry for the confusion.
|purple-lady||RE: Zola Lee Wilson Laybourne|
Thank you for your consideration and the new number.
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