|DWalt & Patti (#46937639)|
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PLEASE use the edit tab on the memorial to send edits and other corrspondence related to specific memorials. It just makes things much easier and you will get a quicker response. Requests left in the message section take a back seat as it leaves the task of locating the correct memorial you are referring to for us to figure out which may or may not happen right away, if at all.|
Not sure of the thought processes and attitudes of some fellow members of late. Let's try to do things correctly and not jeopardize the integrity of the site.
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|DeAnn Jensen||RE: Photos|
It was enough to make out...and waiting until spring is no problem. It's better then waiting for who knows how long, until I could get out there.
Thank you again
|Kim ||London headstone|
Thanks again for your help and taking the time to take this headstone picture. I really want to make my ancestry tree correct with dates.
Stay warm in this winter season. Kim
Added by Kim on Nov 28, 2014 2:24 PM
I cannot express the appreciation I feel for the photo request you answered so quickly. I would love to have been able to see them myself but it's a bit difficult to get there from Utah. I would still love to see about getting a photo of Mrs. Juliette Allen who is supposedly a daughter to Samuel and Seville, sister-in-law to Chesley. the more information I can get on her the better. I would like to find out how she died and if she and George left a son, about five years old. My purpose is to Find a Wallace Enoch Allen born in about 1853 to a George Allen and "mother unknown" I've been looking for his parents since 1988 and all records point to him having been born in Bangor. Thank you again
|Tom Banks||Sidney Henry George Allen|
My name is Tom Banks and I live in Bolton, Ontario Canada. I have been researching my fathers genealogy. In the way of background, my Dad's biological father was Sydney Henry George Allen who married Opal Bate in Toronto, Canada in the early 1920's. They had two children; William Earnest Allen (my Dad, born in 1924) and George Henry Allen (my uncle, born in 1926). Sydney Allen left my grandmother sometime between 1926 and 1928. From what information I have gathered, Sydney H.G. Allen left Toronto and moved to the United States sometime before 1928. I believe he eventually married in the state of Maine to Ms. Dorothy Smith in 1928. It appears that for some reason he changed the spelling of his first name from "Sydney to Sidney".
My grandmother Opal Bate eventually married Harold Banks. My Dad (William Earnest Allen) and his brother (George Henry Allen) legally changed their surname to that of their step-father (Banks).
I would sincerely appreciate any information you may have on Sidney Allen pertaining to his life after his marriage to Dorothy Smith.
|FranBod||Brian at EarlyMaine|
I have been trying to contact Brian with a question. It appears that all his Maine websites are offline. Do you know anything?
FranBod (one of your Whittier distant relatives?)
Added by FranBod on Nov 27, 2014 4:06 PM
|Barb Chandler||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Edgar Ricker's headstone. I appreciate your work.
|ADavidson||Lorenzo M Cheney|
You posted some photographs of my husband's great grandparents' markers on find-a-grave.
Lorenzo M Cheney #43546692
Phoebe J Cheney #43546761
I would like permission to use the photographs in my family history which will be distributed to only a couple of family members but also to the New England Genealogy Society.
Or for our own personal use if you so desire.
Thank you, Arlene, Michigan. Find-a-grave contributor #47141910
|paul & teresa (martin) goodwin||Thompson Stones|
You two are really special people. I just requested Isaac and Bealuh Thompson's stones' pictures yesterday. I get home today and there they are. God Bless ya'll for all of your hard work.
|Erin Bohannon||Jacob C and Sarah Knowles|
Thanks yet again for the great pic! It is so much nicer to see pictures of graves on my tree, instead of documents. :D
|Jim Easom||grave pictures|
Thank-you very much for the grave stone pictures for Oliver and Hannah Farrington in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Brewer, ME. I appreciate it.
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