Hi! I have been filling photo requests and adding memorials for cemeteries near where I live in Connecticut, to help others with their research, and to preserve a record of the older stones before they are unreadable and/or get damaged by age, weather, or vandalism.
I have completely photographed many cemeteries in Hebron, Gilead, Amston, Marlborough, Bolton, Andover, Columbia, Lebanon, Colchester, Glastonbury, and East Hampton (all in Connecticut) and have been steadily working on getting them all posted. Please put in any photo requests you have...I may already have the photos, but just haven't posted them yet.
Photo Use Permission Feel free to use my photos in your personal research and please consider this permission to post my photos on Ancestry and other websites. It would be appreciated if you would credit me and Find A Grave, mainly so that you will have a source citation and so that others can trace it back to get more info. Something like "Photo credit: K Carlini (KC) - Find A Grave" would be wonderful! Thanks for your consideration, and I hope I've helped with your family research! :)
Corrections, Additions and Transfers Please use the "edit" tab if you have additions or corrections to send to me, or if you would like a memorial transferred to you in cases where you are a direct relative and have extensive changes to make. In any case I'm always happy to add bios and further documentation as I want memorials to be as helpful and accurate as possible!
Virtual Cemetery and Surnames I am related to most of the people in my virtual cemeteries. Some of the surnames I am researching: (north-east) Manchester, Macomber, Pettey, Tripp, Devoll, Rutter, Waltham, Gray, Briggs, Brownell, Corey/Cory, Soule/Sowle, Wodell/Wardell, Lake, Allen, Snell, and (southern) Stevenson, Childs, Chancellor, Garner, Sledge, McGinty, Reavis, Shaw, Miller, Sikes, and Boren. I'm especially interested in old photos of my ancestors and cousins. Please ask if you want more info or want to share. I'm always glad to help and always happy to hear from cousins!
RE: Sledge Photos I have been out of pocket for a while and just saw your message. Glad you received the pictures (Sledge's) that you wanted. Find a Grave has helped me to locate graves for my husband's family in Texas. Happy to help. Mary (aka Me)
Russell S Manchester Karen - Thanks for transferring my Dads file. I was lax in setting him up. I will be going to Washington DC and the Archive this spring, to do some research. I hope to find more info on his military career. Most of his papers were distroyed; however I do have his mission diary. Dawn