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Tom Duncan (#47159772)
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Bio Photo I've only been doing genealogy work since 2009 but have jumped in completely since then. My research centers on the Cloney family of Michigan and the Duncans of Missouri/Wisconsin. I lived in Michigan most of my life but came to Colorado in 2004.
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Sara
Bennett gravestones
Hi,
I went to Nathan Hale Cemetery Coventry CT today and took the gravestone photo of VanRenselear Bennett d 1916. It was difficult to get a good photo as his name is not on the large Manning monument that is near it...but on a smaller separate gravestone covered by bushes.
I will post them shortly,
Sara
Added by Sara on Oct 27, 2014 1:38 PM
Jean Whitney
RE: McMahon Headstones
I was out there in 2004, the year you arrived, and I needed a map to find my way around. It was all so different. You are right; Parker would not be at all the same and I am sure the scouts no longer go camping there. It is still beautiful country but I am not at all sure I want to be on 1-25 with all the pot smokers.
Added by Jean Whitney on Oct 22, 2014 1:31 PM
Jean Whitney
RE: McMahon Headstones
I grew up in Denver and went to girl scout camp in Parker. I knew the landscape was familiar! A friend and I used to ride horseback out where you are. But how that area has changed since i grew up there in the forties and fifties!!!

Let me know if I can be of further help in your ancestor search. that one was no effort at all. Oaklawn is right up the street and it was a beautiful day.
Added by Jean Whitney on Oct 22, 2014 1:16 PM
Jean Whitney
RE: McMahon Headstones
Where do you live? It looks like Colorado where I grew up?
Added by Jean Whitney on Oct 22, 2014 12:42 PM
Cathy Beaudoin
re Charles Evans
There is a Charles Evans in Mount Hope 1873-1947, or there is a Charles Evans in Greenwood 1869- Sep 4 1935, on a Thomas Evans monument. I have photos of both. These are the only 2 listed for these cemeteries.
Added by Cathy Beaudoin on Oct 15, 2014 8:24 PM
TODD STONE
RE: Eva Austin Headstone
You are very welcome glad to help out have a great day.

Todd Stone
Added by TODD STONE on Oct 13, 2014 1:31 AM
Cathy Beaudoin
RE: Evans Photos
I meant to tell you that I found a Charles Evans in Mount Hope Cemetery, but realized that the dates were different, 1873-1947, rather than 1869-1935, but it was the only Charles on the transcript. I will check it out further.
Added by Cathy Beaudoin on Oct 11, 2014 8:40 PM
Cathy Beaudoin
RE: Evans Photos
My pleasure!
Added by Cathy Beaudoin on Oct 10, 2014 12:35 PM
Anonymous
Request for photo of Edwin Harris
I check the family plot today and there is no stone for Edwin Harris' space. He is buried to the left (north side) of Lutitia Gray Harris. To the south of Lutitia is William and then Thomas all of which are marked with a stone; plus a large Family name stone to the west or foot of the smaller stones with individual names. The others were previously photographed by Becky Doan.

I also confirmed with office there is no a marker.
Added by Anonymous on Oct 10, 2014 11:17 AM
Bob O
RE: Parish Headstone
You are welcome, Tom. Glad I could find it for you.
Added by Bob O on Oct 04, 2014 2:57 PM
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