Thanks for the nice photo of her headstone. Your time and effort is appreciated.
|Melissa Stickles||Barrows Rd. Cemetery, Brattleboro, Vt.|
You have taken some photos in this cemetery and I am wondering if you would give me permission to use some of your photos for my husband's family tree. All credits will be given to you as the origin of the pictures. I am interested in your pic of the whole cemetery and some of the Robertson's headstones that are in this cemetery. My husband's 7th gr-grandparents and several other family members are buried here! Thank you so much for these photos! We came close to being able to visit this cemetery ourselves last summer. Maybe this year we will get to go. We just started researching in Vt. 3 years ago, traveling from central NY each time over 3 day weekends, so we have to cram as much in as we can when we are there. Ran out of time and Brattleboro was on our list. Just haven't made it , yet...
|Sylvia Greenhawk||Ruth E. Clifton|
Ruth E. Clifton was the daughter of Nathanel Clifton and Hester Ann Greenhawk (Hester's 1st marriage). Hester was Nathanel's second wife and they had six children together. After Nathanel died Hester remarried to John H. Daly. Hester was the sister of Lemuel Greenhawk and their parents were Charles Henry Greenhawk 1823-1880 and Sarah Jester "Sallie"
|Mary Ellen C||Jetta Davidson Dunn Martin|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph her gravestone. I am sorry it me to so long pass along my thanks.
Mary Ellen C
|Teddi Kella-Fuller||Leslie Henry Adams|
Thanks for taking this photo.
|James Wright||Kelvin McClelland Photo|
Thanks so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to get this photo for me. I really do appreciate it.
|Mary Ellen C||Jetta Dunn Martin|
Thank you very much for responding to my request for a picture! It's very much appreciated-
Mary Ellen C
|Judy Cain Bowser||Mary Jane Gault Craig|
Thanks so much for the gravesite photo of Mary Jane Gault Craig. The family appreciates your kindness.
Thanks for orbs inning the photo of the William Nailer stone. It's amazing to find one so old still around after almost 220 years!
Thanks so for the photo. I do not have a lot of Hopwoods. Wynn
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