|Patti Manson C. (#47040450)|
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I Just received a email telling i should not post name of people that are still alive...mmmm |
I find Headstone i took a picture of it i include all names on head stone in the Memorial Even if they are still alive
The thing is I am really mad about is this same person[s] are taking my Pictures off here and are posting on ancestry.com and taking credit for them..
But don't worry i will not post anymore of my family members here...after all i am tired of you take credit for my hard work ... thank you P Manson C.
If you Have any questions about the memorials i have posted please feel free to email me
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|goose||RE: Ferdinand Champluvier Memorial# 117765812|
I have those notes also
Added by goose on Nov 10, 2013 10:40 AM
|Angela||RE: Harold R. Livermore|
Thanks Patti! I knew they'd ended up in California, but couldn't find where they were buried. I'm sure that was hard for them when Roby died.
Added by Angela on Apr 18, 2013 6:49 AM
|Angela||Harold R. Livermore|
Thank you for your inquiry. Sure, I'm interested
in more information. Do you know where Harold and
Alta are buried?
Added by Angela on Apr 16, 2013 4:51 AM
|Duane Crabtree||RE: Maude Harriett Bell Merrill|
Thank you for your information and suggestions. I have made the connections. I also added Uncle Stanley's and Aunt Maude's infant daughter who is buried with them at Dover South Mills.
Doing an awesome job. Hope to see you soon. Lorna
Added by Lorna on Sep 02, 2012 1:03 PM
|Peter M. Smith||Benjamin Manson|
Patti, I have transferred him to you. Peter
|Alan and Jane||RE: Elmwood Cemetery Limington Me.|
Got your inquiry about Elmwood Cemetery. As I recollect, this is the first cemetery we stopped at on the day we were in the area. We had picked up my sister in Old Orchard and taken a direct route toward Limington. Came across Elmwood on the left. That's all I can tell you.
I'm sure if you googled the Limington Town Hall, Historical Society, or Library, you could find someone there who could give you more precise directions.
Good luck and happy hunting!