|Donald Martell (#47077703)|
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I have been doing family research for about 30 years. I took over when my mother couldn't anymore. Some of my family names are Leggett, Olcott, Martell, Branchaud/Branchau/Brancho, LaLonde, Smith and Pommerville to name a few.|
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|adknative||re: photo of Carrie A Hogle Washburn|
Thank you SO much for taking the time and trouble to get a photo of her stone, particularly in the snowy winter. You're awesome!
remember me ..lol
had a question? someone emailed me a obit for ellen bocko wife of Alexander bocko died july 22, 1913 is this his first wife maybe, and Josephine his second.
Thank you for your support. I think it would be a crime to just remove the stone photo's without a new good photo to replace it. I no longer use chalk, because of the new rules, and the only damage I have noticed, is after it is washed off, some of the black on stones has gone.
Thank You Again for the support
|John Young||David Kobor|
Many thanks. I served with Dave in the Navy. A fine Officer and Gentleman.
|Sandra Wamsley||John and Jeremiah Terhune|
Hi Donald, a thousand thanks for tracking down the photos for John Sr. and Jeremiah Terhune in Bacon Hill Cemetery. I really appreciate it! Guess I'm a bit behind you on the research with 21 plus years and was shoehorned into it, you might say, when my mother wouldn't ever share any of what work she did. Sad, we could have done so much more together. The Terhunes are part of her missing grandfather's line - and was so pleased to locate him the first year and the lines back in time. John T was brother to my 3rd g-grandmother! :-) Sandra
|Chris Finch||Henry Holly|
Many thanks for taking and posting this photo. My family tree is improved for all my visiting Strausbaugh descendants!
Added by Dal438 on Nov 11, 2013 6:00 AM
|Kim Franke||Photo of my Grandfather Francis Kelleher|
I just want to take a moment to say thank you for taking the time to get me photos of my grandfather's grave site. My mother left New York at the age of 9 yrs old and never saw her father again. This helped to bring some closure for all of us. I have been working on my ancestry tree and this fills one of those voided spaces. I really do appreciate the great pictures.
I decided to become a volunteer too because of you. If I can help someone else have that smile from a very simple picture of a passed loved one like you have done for my family it makes it all worth while.
Thank you so much for the great photo of Beatrice's headstone.
Added by DJC on Nov 02, 2013 11:05 AM
Thank you for your kindness in posting photos of Sr Laurentia's sarcophagus. We appreciate it.
Added by Elaine on Nov 01, 2013 8:22 PM
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