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kathy valdez (#47525412)
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Marlene Forsman B.
RE: Eleanor E Lemire-Corey
It was my pleasure to create the memorial. If you have any others you would like created, just let me know.
Added by Marlene Forsman B. on Nov 27, 2015 9:01 AM
Marlene Forsman B.
RE: Leslie J Corey
My pleasure. You need to add some pictures!
Added by Marlene Forsman B. on Nov 17, 2015 6:57 AM
Marlene Forsman B.
RE: Fr. Eli Lemire and all family memorials
Thanks for the kind words and for the pictures of Benjamin and Eleonore Lemire. I'm glad we found each other.
Added by Marlene Forsman B. on Mar 11, 2015 6:51 AM
Audrey Brennan Florentine
RE: bio regarding Emily Lamere-Parent-Payette
It has been awhile since I've looked at my files on that family, but I seem to remember doing a search for info on his death, and came to the conclusion that he died without leaving a record,
and perhaps out of the area. Thank you for the surname spellings. I've made the changes to her bio. Audrey
Added by Audrey Brennan Florentine on Jul 19, 2013 10:58 AM
RE: find a grave photos
Hi Kathy,

There is a memorial and picture of Sally Wilson Corey (1818 - 1842) married to James Corey in Pettyboro; but, it says she is the first wife.
The stone is a little hard to read; but, if you blow it up it is better. It says she died in Lyman. If this is not the one, there is another cemetery close in Lyman, Moulton Hill Cemetery.
Is it possible his first and second wives both had the same first names. Do the dates add up?

All the Best, Roberta

Added by Roberta on Oct 15, 2012 9:58 AM
RE: find a grave photos
Hi Kathy,

You are very welcome. That cemetery is very small and when I go there to fill a request I try and get as many as I can. There is a new section on the left with about 12 graves and the old section is on the right. It is located in Bath on Pettyboro Rd., not far from town. If you go over the Bath Covered Bridge you take that road up the hill and make the first right, then about 2 miles and it's on the left. Very nice country setting.

All the Best, Roberta
Added by Roberta on Oct 14, 2012 11:50 AM

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