|Margie Hinton (#46808268)|
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You're very welcome, Margie! I'm so glad that you've been able to piece together this area of your history. If I can be of anymore help, please let me know!
|Gerry Jean||RE: Monument at Holy Cross|
If you need any help up here in NorCal, just let me know!
|Diane Reich||RE: Theodore Lynn|
Sorry I don't have any other info. I did find birth & death dates on the CA Death Index. I am not related just happen to get the photo on a cemetery walk. You can reach the cemetery at:
1000 El Camino Real
San Mateo County
Postal Code: 94014
|Michelle Jones||Demas Babin|
Along with Demas Babin, I have uploaded the photos to Landry and Cecile Babin as well, who I suppose are Demas' parents. It isn't listed on the niche, but they are all there together. I've included a photo of the columbarium's record books for you to show this.
|Clara||RE: Lamar and Lily Enderlin, Lower Lake Cemetery, Lower Lake, CA|
You're very welcome. It's nice to know a little something about the people whose makers are photographed.
Take care, Clara
Added by Clara on Aug 27, 2012 6:47 PM
|bvn||RE: Damon family in Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts|
Hi, Margie. I'm sorry but I have no information other than what was shown on the transcript (and all of that has been included in the memorials). You're right, it isn't clear whether Eells and Huldah are actually buried there or just mentioned on the stone. Best wishes in your search.
Added by bvn on Aug 26, 2012 10:41 AM
|William Watt||Doris Eugenie (Wright) Day|
I'm glad you were happy with the photos. My wife and I are big admirers of Julia Morgan and would be interested in your short biographical message for this memorial.
|Judy Boehm||RE: Ruth (Flood) Hill|
It was my pleasure to help you! I looked around the rest of the cemetery for additional Floods and Hills but found none. I did note on the stone that her husband Thomas was in the American Revolution and there was a military marker next to the stone. I have a close up pic of that and will send it along to you with in the next couple of days. I also had a couple of other thoughts which might help if you don't mnd me offering them. As I am a resident of Hopkinton NH I know the historical society (known as the Hopkinton Antiquarian Society) keeps file folders on the old families and is generally very helpful. They have a website if you search for it. Also, you might find additional information on the Hill/Flood family from the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) database. If you have trouble accessing it on line let me know and I will look for you as I am a member of that organization. And finally, the town of Hopkinton history is memorialized in a book which can be found on line for reading called "The Life & Times in Hopkinton NH", you also might find some mention there. Should you find your family in any other Hopkinton cemeteries, just let me know!
|John Beckstein||Curtiss Arnold|
Thanks for the kind words!
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