|Janice Watrous McDonald (#46854736)|
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Willing to take photos in New London County, CT. Member of CT Society of Genealogists and specializing in genealogy in Southeastern CT. After you work with me on resolving issues, you'll understand the picture.|
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Thank u for the message and I will be addingmore unfo. The phone app is very limited unwhat canbe added.
Added by SCVet on Oct 27, 2016 8:25 PM
|Jake Dog||RE: Charlie Buck Babb|
You're very welcome! It was a beautiful day so I took pictures of all the Babb memorials that I found (and many others). I came home with over 100 photos so I will be uploading the next day or so.
I created a memorial for Charlie's wife, Elizabeth. Please let me know if you'd like a transfer.
Jeff (Jake Dog)
Added by Jake Dog on Oct 23, 2016 4:33 PM
|lfrazier||James S. and James T. Chiveral|
Info seems to be confused on this father and son who are both in this plot.
Added by lfrazier on Oct 18, 2016 10:13 AM
|mel truman||RE: Curts|
You're quite welcome, glad I could help.
|mel truman||Evan Curts|
I stopped by the cemetery and confirmed he does not have a marker. I did take a couple of photos of where he most likely is buried. If you would like them posted just let me know.
|Brent Miller||Leon Everett Lougee|
Hello Janice, Leon's place of birth is listed as Ashford, Connecticut (Windham County) on both his WWI and WWII Draft Cards. He was first married to Genevieve Irene Higgins (died of influenza in 1918) and secondly, to Ruth Tooker (?) as indicated on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census. In anticipation of the next question, no, I am not related. This data was collected in researching his son Francis Gilman Lougee for Fold3.com. Best, Brent
|Swan Sisters||RE: Rebecca Crossely|
Thanks for the email. I was confused because I saw a picture of the stone but I visited the grave and took a picture of the back to show that there is no additional information but didn't upload it. Now it makes sense -- the request was fulfilled but never updated. She wasn't asking for another picture.
|Joanna Case||RE: Updates|
You are welcome. I am finishing up Elm Grove... cleaning up the database and we will start doing Evergreen Cemetery in Stonington when the weather is warmer. Have you got any relatives there? I am not sure how quickly I will be getting them up on Find A Grave because the cemetery committee wants to designate "famous"...so we will see.
|Linda V. Tomaszek||Swift Monument|
Thank you so much for taking the photo, as always you do a super job and your help as always is greatly appreciated.
|Ronald St Laurent||Thank you for all of your wonderful assistance|
Janice, thank you for the photos, and all of the research that you did for our family tree. For Etta Hoy and Sidney Alden that was a lot of research but you were able to help us when we were stuck on the research. Thank you for teacher Ron on how to research in different ways for the family tree information when we were stuck. Thank you for everything. Ron and Anita St. Laurent
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