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PLEASE DO NOT LOOK AT MY NUMBERS. It is NOT a competition. Retired old man with time on his hands. Period.
It sure helps when YOU contact cemetery office for Burial Plot Location.
General photo guidelines:
Only post photos for which you hold the copyright (meaning photos you took)!
WEE talked me into this....and I've been having a great time taking headstone photos from France, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, Easter Island, Saigon, Africa, Iceland, Greenland, and all over New England. Rather nice hobby, now that I am retired.
Suggestions are appreciated.
Sorry to have to ask, but...
***Please don't take my photos and claim them as your own work***
Allow me to post them.
Remember to double-click on photos to get a larger and clearer view, as well as any details on grave location I found.
btw, If you want the Original Photos e-mailed, just ask.
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|Marjorie Harris McLean||RE: Transfer & Suggestion sent|
Thank you very much for the memorials of my Ancestors. It is deeply appreciated. Marjorie
|Mike Donovan||South Boston|
Thank you for helping me track my relatives from the 1800's in South Boston. Turns out we never went far (Dorchester)
|Sandra Lennox||RE: Mary Cole Perkins Cook Suggestion|
Thank you for doing the updates.
All the hard work you do for Find A Grave
|Kelly McCallum||Thank you so very much!|
I would like to thank you for getting pictures for me from Holy Cross Cemetery. I have never seen my Great Grandparents grave. I am deeply appreciative. Thank You a million times over.
|Ann Garczynski||Salvatore Esposito|
Thank you so much for taking this photo. It looks great!
|fergus spaiin||RE: Francis A.Spain grave|
Hello Bob, thanks again for your efforts.I hope to visit Boston next year and will certainly visit the grave location to pay my respects.I'm really very surprised at the lack of headstones for Francis & his (adult) children. I usually think of lack of finance as being the reason for no markers but that cannot be so in this case, as
Paul F. was a lawyer & his sister Mary a Credit Manager.Money was hardly likely to have been a problem.(?) I have been told that the other son, Lawrence, who died in 1978 aged 91 is not buried in St.Pauls. Not sure how to find out where he is buried. Like yourself I am retired with time on my hands so quest is to reverse the usual trend of Irish/Americans seeking their roots by following the trail of the Irish who left here in the 19th. centuary for the new world.
|fergus spaiin||Francis A.Spain grave|
Very many thanks for your efforts in getting a photo for me of the grave of my great great uncle Francis A. Spain in St, Pauls Arlington. Disappointing that there is no marker.
|Eithne Wait Pardini||Mary Wait|
I don't know if you saw my message about Mary Wait... She was buried next to her grandparents, the Mundys, but was moved to a different cemetery when her parents died.
The stone is still there, but she isn't.
|Eithne Wait Pardini||RE: Thank you!|
Thank you for the clarification, Bob. I just sent a request for Martha Mundy (M.J.), so hopefully you'll see it. Also thank you for the suggestion about Letitia...I didn't realize that was an option! Yea...learn something new every day!
|ditdit||Zirpolos and Moscas|
Thank you again for the photos of their gravestones. Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by ditdit on Nov 26, 2013 6:01 PM
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