|C. Gallagher||John Ainsworth Memorial|
Many thanks for taking a photo of the place where my half-grand uncle John Ainsworth is buried in the Glenwood Cemetery in Everett, MA.
Your volunteer works are greatly appreciated!
|BobBoston||RE: James Kelly St Paul's Cem|
You are welcome. I see you too Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
|David Mac Leod||Charles F. F. VonSchoppe|
Thank you very much for uploading my great-great-grandfather's marker. Could you tell if that was his final resting place or was it a stone erected in his honor for fighting in the Spanish-American War? It's hard to tell. Thanks again!! :)
|ditdit||David Hallett & Grace|
Seems we are on a roll with unmarked graves!
Thank you yet again for all of your help.
Added by ditdit on Nov 07, 2013 6:34 AM
|Ann Day||Ida Manning Bartlett|
Thank you so much for the photo!
Added by Ann Day on Nov 06, 2013 11:44 PM
|ditdit||Emily H Brayne|
Thank you again! very much.
Added by ditdit on Nov 06, 2013 6:12 AM
|ditdit||RE: Brayne, Emily H|
wow the person who I was helping through RAOGK was looking for Emily- a dress maker who died in 1892!
Added by ditdit on Nov 05, 2013 1:58 PM
|Iowa Owl||Laird & Fay Photos|
Thank you for more great photos.
Added by Iowa Owl on Nov 04, 2013 6:15 PM
wow thank you ever so much for going to so much trouble for these photos.
Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by ditdit on Nov 04, 2013 4:44 PM
|C. Gallagher||John Ainsworth|
Many thanks for photographing the burial site (with the white flag) of my half-great-grand uncle John Ainsworth (1864-1900) in Glenwood Cemetery, Everett, MA.
Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
This summer I visited the spot where John was baptized on 22 Feb 1864 by Benjamin Smith of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.
This completes the circle from birth to death.
Thank you so very much,
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