|SeekingFamily||Silas Brown #91371785|
Are you related to Silas Brown?
If you were to call the Mt. Wollaston cemetery office at 617-376-1295 and obtain SECTION and plot I'd be glad to see what I can do... they are usually very helpful.
Added by Ed_718 on Oct 01, 2013 3:06 PM
Posted wrong heading on last message--working on 2 groups at the same time--should no better at my age.!
Posted photos you requested. Also will add Joseph & Anna Dufeck and Albert & Lorraine and son Albert T Dufeck.
|Louis Roth||Cypress Lawn requests|
wondering if you still want a photo ?
if so, please obtain grave location at 650-755-0580
|Phyllis||RE: Burnetts at Hewitt Cemetery|
You are very welcome and I am so glad that someone "wanted" this info. There was a "Mrs. Burnett" back in the 1950's that was a teacher in the Bertha school. I am still trying to remember who she was.
Added by Phyllis on Sep 02, 2012 9:58 AM
|My Labor of Love||Otis R. Brown (51915654)|
As part of your photo request, you asked for the surrounding graves to be photographed, too. This section is all individual graves. I did photograph the surrounding graves and will be adding them shortly, but there are no other Browns in the area.
Sorry I couldn't be more help.
|RB Hall & MS Gallea||RE: THANKS!|
You are most welcome.
I did check all sides of all the stones but they were blank. There was one more Burnett stone but I don't remember the name and I wasn't thinking so didn't get a pic either. I didn't see any other Squires either but it seemed like half the cemetery were Whipps... lol.
|Jeannieology||RE: Susan E Cherry|
You are welcome! It was my pleasure to go out there and take the photo. (I also took photos of the other Cherry family gravestones - located in the same row.)
I hope the photo is okay. The gravestone is kind of engulfed by a large shrub/tree, and even though I cleared some branches away, the grave was still somewhat hidden. If you want another photo, I can go back out there and take another one.
Have you been to that cemetery? If not, the Cherry family is buried next to the lake, and it is absolutely beautiful and very peaceful there.
I think it is neat that you have a picture of Susan's husband's gravestone, too. I saw he was buried in OH! Now they can be digitally next to each other.
Susan's life story must be very interesting! WOW! It's hard to pack in an obit (in a few paragraphs) "everything" about a person's life.
Awesome that you have a blog! How fun is that?
Enjoy the journey!
I have been to the Concord Cemetery and found Samuel Squire's marker. There's also a Joseph R. Squire next to him with a marker for Peter Spacht between them. Once the ground and the markers are a little drier, I will photograph them and post all three. Just thought you'd want to know . . .
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