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Enjoy working on the family tree and walking through cemeteries searching for my ancestors.|
Visit cemeteries in VT, NH, and MA often taking photos of the more unique stones besides those of my relatives.
Thank you to all who visit my relatives graves/memorials with kind intentions.
I have transferred many non-related Memorials to Find-a-Grave! IF your memorial is "owned" by them, not me, I cannot update it!
Please contact Find-a-Grave if the transfer has already been done... thanks!
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|Karen ||RE: Ramsdell Transfers|
Thank you so much for the transfers! Putting this large family together is a huge and very rewarding project. It is so mice to be able to do the links, bios and meet family members thanks to people like you!
Added by Karen on Jul 11, 2014 7:49 AM
|BvaleBob||RE: Sophia in Elmwood Cemetery|
Thanks for your help in transferring Sophia Rice!
Added by BvaleBob on Sep 28, 2013 1:29 PM
|pensjonert||RE: Father Leo Hargraves|
Much thanks for the transfer.
I was an altar boy to Father Leo Hargraves over 60 years ago. Would you consider transferring his memorial to me? Thanks.
pensjonert Find A Grave member number 45282779
|Bob Spear||Hannah Hobbs|
Thank you for the transfer, and more importantly thank you for the time and effort and taking the picture of her stone.
|Scott Lawrence||MAJ. TKIMOTHY B CROWLEY|
MAJOR CROWLEY WAS MY GR GR GRANDFATHERS FIRST COUSIN AND THEY GREW UP TOGETHER. HE SERVED IN THE 10TH NH AND WAS MADE A MAJOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FAIR OAKS. MY GR GR GRANDFATHER WAS CAPT TIMOTHY A. CROWLEY OF THE 30TH MASS WHO DIED OF MALARIA IN THE VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN. TIMOTHY A WAS ALSO THE COLOR BEARER OF THE SIXTH MASS AT THE FIRST BLOOD RIOT IN BALTIMORE APRIL 19TH 1861. THANKS FOR THE PHOTO!
|Kat Corey||Walter E. Kelley Photo you took|
I saw the photo you took of his grave and wondered if you had seen his parent's graves? I am told by sources that Nellie is at St. Patricks is but St. Patrick's said they could not find her in their records. I am Nellie and Walter Sr's, greatgranddaughter and I started doing the search but most of the family is gone others don't remember. Their daugher Mary Ellen DesRosier is also a mystery. One of her daughter's died recently, Ruth Corey Webster, and wanted to be buried by her but no one knows where she is for sure. Her husband Arthur in buried there so we thought she would be as well.
I live far away so I can't get up there but I was trying to see if I could find either Mary Ellen or Ellen so Ruth could be buried by one of them at least.
|Amy Levesque||Blodgett Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the transfers of the Steel Family in Hudson. They will be well cared for, as before.
|Louis M. Izzo||Albert E. Proulx|
Please link my grandfather, Albert E. Proulx to my grandmother, Anna Proulx (#23265008). Thanks.
|Chris Hurley||eleanor douglass|
My name is Chris,
I saw you left a message for *
I am interested in the Rutland/Woburn/Portland/Conway Douglasses. Do you have a location for the grave of an Eleanor Douglass? I am in the greater Boston area. I just opened a FindAGrave account.
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