|Northern Neighbors||O'Brien & McCarthy|
Thank you so much for the photos you added to their memorials. They were special people to me and I haven't "visited" them for years. I got my chance today. : )
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photo of Jerusha Denison|
So nice of you to volunteer like this. The picture looks great.
|Joanna Case||Hannah Fish Denison|
I have a picture of her stone on file that I can post and save you a trip to Elm Grove. I have photographed and indexed almost half of the cemetery starting with the older sections. I am working with the cemetery association to update thei records of stones and locations.
|Jan J. Shultz||Margaret Morgan|
Thank you so much for taking the great photo of Margaret Morgan for me. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photos for the Morgans|
It's so cool to find graves this old. So nice of you to volunteer.
Thanks so much for the photo of Daniel Rogers! It's very much appreciated!
Added by CLH on Oct 08, 2013 1:45 AM
Dear Mr. Cotter,
Thank you so much for photographing the graves of Oliver Ames and Samuel Ames. Oliver was the brother of my great grandfather, Capt. Benjamin Ames who was also a branch pilot in the New Orleans and lower Ms. River area. I have been working on my family tree for two years and this information is wonderful. I suspect that Samuel Ames was the father of both Oliver and Benjamin but have yet to prove this. If you should have any sources in that area to help me confirm this relationship, I would be most appreciative.
Again, Thank YOU!!
Rhonda Kaye Florane
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photo of Griswold Avery|
|Lisa M (Beloat) McDowell||Amos Breed|
Thank you for the photo. You are greatly appreciated! Lisa
|Wendy D||RE: Edward Cotter|
He is in Newton Cemetery. Not having a headstone isn't unusual. Some times the stones were too much of a financial burden and sometimes weather and/or vandalism destroys them. The cemetery book says "no stone" though.
Added by Wendy D on Aug 21, 2013 3:40 AM
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