|KIS||RE: Great Hill Cemetery, Columbia Falls, Maine|
It is quite easy to find all three and they are very close together (walking distance). Coming from Harrington take first Columbia Falls Exit on right. Drive about 1/4 mile of less and you will see the Ruggles Cemetery on left. (Can't miss it). Almost directly across the street from the Ruggles Cemetery is the road up to the Great Hill Cemetery which is about 100 yards from the Ruggles Cemetery. You can easily see the other from where you are looking. On the Great Hill side is a very large piece of blueberry land. Heading further into Columbia Falls about another 150 yards on left is the old cemetery in under big pines and firs. The oldest graves in town are located here. To give you a better perspective all three cemeteries are all within 150-+ yard of each other but not together. Please send your e-mail to KIS@AOL.Com and I will send you maps to help. I going down in a couple days. Let me know if you need more. Ken
Added by KIS on Aug 08, 2015 3:54 PM
|Patricia (Burkett) Watkins||I found the gravesites|
Thanks for your reply. I finally found the gravesites I was looking for.
|Patricia (Burkett) Watkins||Trying to find a grave|
Hello, I live in WA State so I cannot visit this cemetery; so I was wondering if someone could find my Aunt's grave and take a picture? Her name is Samphia (Burkett)(Shepherd) Whitaker. I am not sure exactly what name it would be on the gravestone. And possibly her first husband Bill Shepherd is buried there also. Thank you.
|Joyce Young||Bonney relatives|
Hi again, Please take a look at William Bonneys flowers left on his memorial. There is a message there from a relative looking for relatives. You may have connected with him already.
|Joyce Young||Bonneys in Oakland.|
Hi Anne, I made the corrections. Not sure where that info came from. Would you like me to transfer the Bonneys to you? I simply take pictures on lunch hour and add to the memorials established unless I find some that are not in the find a grave data base, then I add. I will gladley transfer.
We're related through the Lee line my Mom is Carrie Eileen Lee her Mom is Rhonda Lee daughter of Clinton Hiram Lee and grand daughter of King Hiram Lee, my sister Jennifer and I are getting into genealogy w found a lot in "The Coasters of main Drisko-Crocker -Foster" Book, nice to me you on here I had googled my great great grandfathers name King H Lee and found your pic of the grave. Moriah
|PALLAS HOUSER||Use of Photos taken for me|
Hi, I am getting ready to write a series of books on my family and was wondering if you would allow some of my family to see what a good job you have done by putting some of the photos in my books some of the family do not have computers and are unable to travel out of town to see some of the headstone and I thought it might be a nice gesture to put some of the pictures in my books if you would allow me to do that.
|V. Alexander||Hello from Vicky Alexander|
Just tried an old email today to see if I could get in touch with you. I have a cousin coming into town (your cousin too) and wanted to give her your name and address and/or email.
Love to hear from you. Have been out of genealogy for a while and am starting back on my research. How are you doing?
|John W. Van Dyke||Bucknam Photo|
Hi, I just want you to know, the Joseph Bucknam headstone had fallen to the ground when I observed it Sept 04, 2009.
|Glenda Ragan||King Hiram Lee|
I have linked a 6 yr old child named King Hiram Lee to one of the Lee's in your site. I found him in the Old Auburn cemetery. If this is a incorrect link let me know.
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