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Genealogist since 1973, long-time cemetery enthusiast/taphophile, active in photo-documentation of local cemeteries and recovery of buried tombstones. Archivist, Webster-Dudley Historical Society and Sacred Heart Church, Webster, MA. Navy veteran and retired VA employee. Former director, Hartford, Vermont, Genealogy Resource Center.|
If you have a better photo than any of mine, feel free to add it (and I'll remove mine). I'll do the same. After all, it's about getting the best available photo online, not about padding our photo counts or our egos!
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|ASB||RE: Quinebaug Cemetery|
Added by ASB on Jan 11, 2014 7:35 PM
|Bob L.||David R. Howland|
Ron, Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Bob L. on Jan 03, 2014 12:53 PM
Chip5610 just gave me your GPS coordinates for the cemetery. Love the photos. Did you take photos of any of the stones? If so I will put in requests (so you can get credit). If you didn't, maybe I'll take a walk in the woods, when the snow melts. ASB
Added by ASB on Jan 24, 2013 10:44 AM
|E. Jensen||Abigail Corbin|
Abigail Wight Corbin (83402454) was born 20 Jan 1757 in Killingly, Windham, Connecticut. She died 31 July 1825 in Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts. She married Jonathan Corbin (83402546) 24 Dec 1781 in Killingly, Windham, Connecticut. Jonathan died in Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Thanks - Elaine
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