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R. A. Schauweker (#47406388)
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Woodstock Hill Cemetery Woodstock CT
Just took a look at the memorial pages for the Corbin's...there are already photos taken and there are only 5 photos allowed. Will pick one...hope it will suffice.
Added by Sara on Oct 19, 2015 3:41 PM
Woodstock Hill Cemetery Woodstock CT
I went to this cemetery today and filled your PR's for Clement Corbin d 1696, his wife Dorcas d 1722, Jabez d 1736 and his wife Mary d 1728. There was a newer gravestone (the other side with Jabez/Mary is facing away from the sun and is difficult to photograph) addition to the original older gravestones which can be difficult to read and were also facing away from the sun. Hope they are able to be read.
Good luck with your genealogy,
Added by Sara on Oct 19, 2015 3:30 PM
Thomas Fontneau
Richard Dresser Photo
Hi, was at West Thompson cemetery and found the grave of Richard Dresser. The note that had been posted was to request a higher resolution photo than those which have been previously posted to the memorial. Unfortunately, the stone has deteriorated considerably since the original photos were posted, leaving the inscription now barely readable at all. I believe the pictures you have for that stone are the best available now. The word "dyed", the number "8" are virtually gone, and the surname "Dresser" is completely buried. I do not dig around stones, especially those as old as this one.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Added by Thomas Fontneau on Sep 30, 2015 1:30 PM

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