|Denise Crawford (#47058042)|
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I live in Arizona and have been interested in genealogy and family history for many years. I have been using Find A Grave for quite while and found it especially helpful on a research trip I took to Michigan in April 2008. That trip really got me thinking - and knowing that all my tombstone pictures will get tossed after I die - I decided to start participating!|
I am contributing in hopes of helping others who may be searching for names in their family tree. If you have additional information or corrections - please contact me. If I have made a memorial for your direct relative and you'd like it transfered to you, just ask.
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|DebL||Parley Starr (116899945)|
Hi Denise - Thanks for the message about Parley's birth place. I think the stone is actually indicating his place of death, though. I looked again at his hand written death record, which appears to say either "Milton Conn" or "Milton Corn(ers)" But in the photo, there's a word that looks like "in" engraved in the middle of the figure that looks like a chess piece just above "Milton VT". I also found an ad in the Burlington (Vermont) Free Press of March 18 1853, where "the farm lately occupied by Parley Starr, late of Milton" is up for sale by EC Starr. I updated the memorial to list Milton as his place of death and noted the confusion over his death record as well. Still working on his birth info - at least 3 people named Parley Starr lived in Vermont at the same time, so it's a challenge to get it right. Your photos have helped a lot toward that goal! -Deb
Added by DebL on Nov 26, 2013 7:44 PM
|Bob L.||RE: Stanley|
You're welcome. I created memorial pages for her son Monroe and D-I-L, since they were there also. If you would like them, I will transfer them to you. Bob
Added by Bob L. on Nov 24, 2013 2:51 PM
|PhotoGrapherInTheWoods||Windham County, Vermont|
Denise, you have gone above and beyond for the folks buried in Windham County, Vermont and surrounding areas. Your memorials are complete, and photos are terrific! Thank you, from all who seek ancestors...
thank you so much for the clear and bright pics of Hiram and his wife! It is so very much appreciated! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
Thank you for the speedy transfer !
|silverthetis||RE: Woodard / Woodward|
Thank you for understanding!
I didn't want to be a pest! :)
I am going to have to look and see if I can find that book online! Thanks for that.
Thank you so much for the pictures, I really appreciate it! Thank you for your time and effort.
|Valerie Hughes Martinez||RE: Annie May Loften/Loftin|
You are welcome.
|Colleen Coey Weis||Minnie's Firmans & Schneider|
Denise ___ This is terrific! Thank you so very much for these Firman / Schneider transfers ... and the description note on the Superior Cem.
It's exciting to link Minnie's two families to her MacLean/Coey ancestry. Still have two of her three brothers and two sons/two daus to locate before this family circle is complete.
Truly appreciate your speedy response to these transfers. It was a joy to read about this cemetery too.
Best Wishes... Colleen
|Carolyn Adams||Asa Brooks|
Thank you so very much for locating Asa's head stone. It means a lot to me. Helps me in the study of my genealogy.
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