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Interested in documenting the various parts of my family as far back and as wide as possible. I am most interested in Kurth, Scott, Veinotte, Pawlowski, Ellis, Penny, Regynski, Windmeuller, Gruhn, Weston, Hilton, Ring and Cook families.|
I am in eastern Massachusetts, so if you need a picture, and know where to point me, I am happy to help.
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|John Sutherland||Re: Yerxa, et al|
Hi Family Historian,
You have been busy, and you have been helpful. The photos are great, and the new memorials are very helpful. It will take me a while today to integrate all of the new material into my family history and to update the memorials.
I also try to be helpful to others and their photo requests, but I have to admit, you have raised the bar, even for me. Because of your extensive and great work on my behalf, you have moved to the top of my list of most appreciated Find-a-Grave researcher/photographers.
Thank you very much.
|Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo||Archibald Family Photos|
You are amazing! I can't believe you went out in all that snow and took photos for me!
You are very much appreciated. Thank you for going above and beyond for me.
Your photos were great and very clear especially considering the snow you were dealing with.
|Peter Morgan||Edward D Miller & Josephine Hyde|
Thank you for taking photos of the marker for my 3rd cousin 2x removed Edward Miller (102908004) & his wife Josephine (102908072). May I have your permission to use the photo in my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you proper credit in the caption.
I am trying to locate the grave of Samuel Lougee's (1787-May 1868)
daughter Abbie F (Lougee) Libby. She was married to William Wallace Libby.
Both Abbie & William died in Saco, Maine.
Abbie 1837 - 30 Aug 1902
William 1836 - 3 Sept 1892
I would like to establish a memorial for them, but can't locate their graves.
I am hoping that they may be buried in the Lougee-Foss-Mudgett Cemetery as that is where her family is buried.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much for taking the time to get a picture of Frank and Lydia's stone. Much appreciated.
I know from the caretaker's of the cemetery that Roland is buried there. As well as Lydia's sister and brother with the map/ documentation they sent me. That's how I knew section and lot #'s.
I guess they must be unmarked. I was told my grandfather had a stone, but may have been passed down wrong as we do not know this side of the family well as he died so young.
Again, thank you so much! :)
Jessica Coburn Hall
|Patrick White||White family grave photos|
Many thanks for both the photos and adding the memorials for the children.Until now I did not know they existed.They are all cousins.Thanks again.Patrick White.
|Kathy M||Willliam & Adelia Montgomery photos|
More photos! you spoil me! thank you so much for these. you are truly kind.
Added by Kathy M on Oct 27, 2013 5:38 PM
|Eileen M. Murphy||Erickson Family|
Thank you so much for photographing and uploading the image of the Erickson headstone. I have sent you additional information on Oscar Erickson to include on his memorial and have prepared a memorial and a photo request for Angela Erickson (Oscar's wife) whose name also appears on the photo you took. Could you please upload the photo to her memorial as well? Thank you for your time and effort. I will check into the site of the second Erickson headstone.
Eileen M. Murphy
|Kathy M||McLean family gravestone|
Thank you so much for taking the time to find, photo and post this. much appreciated!
Added by Kathy M on Oct 27, 2013 11:58 AM
|Tonip||Manasseh Cook and so on|
I'm working on printing each couple in my family tree. Yes, what was I thinking! But I've started and they say that's the hard part. Do you know any "news" or interesting things about that line? My great grandmother was Harriet Newell Cook dau of Manasseh, granddaughter of Ephraim. There is so much information about the Mayflower people I chose not to include it all. Then I get a couple of generations past and there's just nothing. In fact, I wonder if Harriet's family disowned her. There is nothing about her and her family other than "Harriet Newell married Daniel Ward of Halifax". And when she died in 1863 Daniel gave all the kids away. Where was her family? Where was his? I've looked all over on line to find any kind of story or court case or anything at all and came up empty.
Added by Tonip on Oct 20, 2013 6:36 PM
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