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Gwen (#47184139)
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Roddi
RE: Anne Johnson Willet
Hi Gwen,

I was happy to do so. She's my 6th great grandmother. Are you related? I took other photos in the Cromwell Cemetery and plan to go back when the weather is nicer to photograph the entire cemetery. I'm at least distantly related to the majority of people who are buried there.

I've learned a number of relatives are buried in and around Hartford so I'll be looking for the rest of them as time and weather permit. I live in NH and my daughter goes to college in NYC so I drive through the area every other month or so.

Best,
Roddi
Added by Roddi on Apr 25, 2015 2:29 PM
Lisa Squared
Cooley in Metairie
Hi we have finished walking Metairie Cemetery. If you called and asked which section your family is in and let us know we would be glad to go back and try and locate.
Added by Lisa Squared on Nov 26, 2014 5:26 PM
Thad Hasbrouck
Anna Ranney
I located the grave marker for Anna Ranney in the Old Burying Grounds in Cromwell. The stone is covered with a white algae or lichen that makes it difficult to read. I plan to return to the cemetery some morning in the near future; morning sunlight will help in reading the wording. (It is next to Willet's grave marker.)
Added by Thad Hasbrouck on Oct 21, 2014 1:06 PM
Tracy Todd
RE: Reicherts, John, Anna Maria and Killian
I visited the cemeteries at St Rose and Cassella today. I found quite a few Reicherts in the Cassella cemetery and will be going back soon to look for more and to try to read the difficult ones. I will also go through the St Rose one thou roughly.
Added by Tracy Todd on Jun 04, 2013 8:35 PM
Tracy Todd
RE: Reicherts, John, Anna Maria and Killian
I am not sure of this information, but I met an elderly couple at the cemetery who knew every family there. They asked who I was looking for, told me that branch of the family wasn't there but down the road a couple miles at St Rose. They took me in the church and showed me the records which I didn't even know existed! That was helpful!!! They were extremely helpful. I will hopefully get out there today or tomorrow to see what I can find.
Added by Tracy Todd on Jun 04, 2013 9:15 AM
Tracy Todd
RE: Hinders
You're welcome!! If you look at the satellite image of the cemetery and count 14 rows from the East road, then go about 2/3 south of the south cemetery lane on that shortened row, you will be approximately at his stone.
Added by Tracy Todd on May 31, 2013 8:34 AM
LV BRMNS
RE: Schoettley grave marker
You are very welcome. I do it when I can because others have helped me.
Added by LV BRMNS on Mar 26, 2013 5:57 PM
LV BRMNS
SCHOETTLEY REQUESTS
Gwen, I have your photos. Put requests for Frederick & Archie on and I will do those also.
Added by LV BRMNS on Mar 26, 2013 7:32 AM
Preserving the Past
RE: Florence Flinn Tecklenburg
You are very welcome! Glad I was able to help you out! Have a great week!
Added by Preserving the Past on Feb 11, 2013 9:11 PM
Kenna Allison
Fetherolf photos
Gwenda,

I have photos of Philip and Catherine Fetherolf's stones. I have not posted them on Find a Grave, because I got them off of the internet, but cannot remember where. I don't have permission to use them, so am hesitant to post them.

I would be glad to send them to you privately, if you would like to send me your email.

Kenna
Added by Kenna Allison on Nov 25, 2011 6:17 PM
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