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Jim Grasela (#46482783)
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Bio Photo Jim is a "retired" high school library media specialist. He is a former adjunct associate professor at Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Mass., and a former reference librarian at a law school. Jim has written Lincoln Park Remembered, a history of a local amusement park.

Jim is also an assistant curator at the Wing Fort House, Sandwich, Massachusetts. The Fort House (1641) has been in the Wing family continuously since 1641.
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Lenore Hilliard Palmer
Andrew S Palys
Andrew was my first serious boyfriend. I am thankful that you have posted this info on Find a Grave.
Looking at the dates for his dad Stanley, the dates coincide with Andrew's date of birth and death.
Thank you so very much, Lenore Hilliard Palmer
Added by Lenore Hilliard Palmer on Feb 21, 2015 11:21 AM
George Martin
Captain Thomas Sullivan
I just added a photo of a Daguerrotype of Thomas Sullivan, a relative of mine.

Dr. George I. Martin
Added by George Martin on Feb 20, 2015 9:25 AM
Joseph Wing and Peleg Wing
I can not thank you enough for adding the obits to your files; however, could you please add the sources of where you found them. It would be so much appreciated. Sincerly, Dawn
Added by Dawn on Dec 20, 2014 7:29 AM
Daniel Squire
Dear Jim:

I just read your note to Margaret Hobson and inquiry about the lot location. Daniel's grave is located in Row 25, south end. Row 25 is towards the back of the cemetery, which is the east side. Easy to locate as Daniel and that of Joseph's stones stand alone. Sorry the pictures were so dreary. Lighting has been less than desirable as of late, and with the holiday, felt it best to fulfill the request now despite that. Understand that your part of the country may get hit with a storm Xmas eve. We keep abreast of Boston weather as we have a daughter who lives there. Happy Holidays!
Added by MFC on Dec 18, 2014 6:21 PM
RE: daniel Squier
You are most welcome. You may wish to note that the surname on the stone is spelled SQUIRE as is that of the stone next to his...that of Joseph Squire. I have submitted an edit to the contributor (who is also the author noted below).

Margaret Hobson, who wrote a 2 volume book on the 44th Indiana Regiment, spelled his name in the book as SQUIRE with noted variations in the bio.

You may be also interested in knowing that in Part 2 of VOICES OF INDIANA'S 44TH REGIMENT, page 148, there is a photo of Daniel in his union uniform.

Added by MFC on Dec 18, 2014 6:13 PM
Margaret Hobson
44th Indiana
Hello Jim,

Actually I have 3 books available on the 44th Indiana. All are on Thanks for asking!
Margaret Hobson
Added by Margaret Hobson on Dec 18, 2014 9:29 AM
Donald Wilcoxen 102153458
Sisters name is Mary Lou Sheppard. (I'm sure it was a typo.) Son of James Parker Wilcoxen.
Added by P PURPLE on Dec 13, 2014 8:48 PM
Thank you Jim, you are the best. If there are some I have, you want, please let me know. I will be happy to return the gift, you only have to ask. Be well.. My best to you and your family, always
Added by goose on Nov 15, 2014 8:16 AM
Warren Robbins
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Thank you for the picture of my fathers grave stone

Warren Robbins
Added by Warren Robbins on Jul 06, 2014 5:00 PM
I noticed that you have a picture of Frederick & Anna Philipp, both buried in Pine Grove cemetery in New Bedford. Can you take pictures of the headstones of Frederick's parents? I believe they are buried in the same cemetery.

They are:
Joseph Philipp b. August 1860 - d. July 15 1931.
& Wilhelmina Philipp b. November 1861 - d. October 15 1931.

Also, Anna's parents might be there as well.
William Singleton b. November 13 1875 - September 24 1933.
& Clara Singleton b. January 1876 - d. March 14 1933

It's ok if you can't find the headstones, but may I ask you how you were able to find their plots?
Added by Lubo on Jun 12, 2014 4:06 AM
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