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Kathy M (#46784320)
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chris
Nathaniel and Hattie Montgomery
Sorry, it's T.O.T.E.

Chris
Added by chris on Jun 19, 2014 11:31 AM
chris
Nathaniel and Hattie Montgomery
Hi Kathy, one more mystery and I'll leave you alone. I went back to the cemetery and photographed the opposite side (I can send you the pics if you want them). The log on top had the name PAGE inscribed on it. Under that on the main body of the stone, was a shield with what looked like crossed axes, or and axe (battle axe?) and what looks like a mace with T.D.T.E above it. There are 8 names listed, and there were 7 or 8 smaller stones, with the initials of those listed, surrounding the larger one. "Curiouser and curiouser". I hope to here what you find.

Chris
Added by chris on Jun 19, 2014 11:05 AM
chris
RE: Nathaniel and Hattie Montgomery
Well, now that things are working again, you are welcome for the pictures. To add to your intrigue, I did a little quick research on the emblem at the top of the stone. I'll stop by and verify this, but I believe it read "G A R" and "F C L", the latter POSSIBLY standing for "Fraternity, Charity, and Loyalty"; the motto of the Women's Relief Corp which is a womens support group for (the top initials) Grand army of the Republic; a fraternal organization for men who fought and were honorably discharged from the Union Army during the civil War (wheich had a POST in dover under charles W Sawyer). The anchor COULD just symbolize hope or eternal life, but is also a masonic symbol. and for the log on top, I found it COULD be related to a fraternal orginizatin called Woodmen of the World (WOW). I hope this imformation helps in your search. I would be interested to here what you find.

Chris
Added by chris on Jun 18, 2014 12:26 PM
Cliff Carson
Hazel Venetta Blake
Thank you for the picture.
Cliff
Added by Cliff Carson on Mar 14, 2014 5:03 AM
Chad Eugene Schneider
RE: Edith & John Velton
you are certainly welcome Kathy. I also wondered the same thing when they told me that edythe sold her plot
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Feb 18, 2014 2:20 PM
Chad Eugene Schneider
Edythe Velton
I don't know when......but the office at Mountain View said that Edythe sold her space and she isn't there
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Feb 17, 2014 11:14 PM
Chad Eugene Schneider
John & Edythe
Hi there,

I just claimed for John and when I get there, I'll check around for Edythe too!

:)
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Feb 06, 2014 10:17 PM
Chad Eugene Schneider
RE: photos for Charles & Ida Lawrence memorials
You are so very welcome!!!
Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Feb 06, 2014 10:15 PM
Ginny Benoit
MCENROY.JOSEPH
HOW, DO YOU KNOW HIM ?

HE WAS MY UNCLE .
Added by Ginny Benoit on Feb 03, 2014 11:34 AM
Bryan Prindiville
RE: Holy cross cemetery
thank you for your help. I actually don't know which Holy cross cemetery because there is one in Londonderry , Hudson and another one . My grandmother had 3 stillbirths and it on ancestry.com certificate, that they are buried in Holy cross cemetery in Manchester NH . To my knowledge there is no holy cross cemetery in Manchester NH. :-(
Added by Bryan Prindiville on Jan 01, 2014 12:04 PM
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