|Bev Esson||Ann Holman Swift|
You have her listed twice - in Milton MA Cemetery, which is correct:
& also Ocean View in Wells ME
I live in Wells, and just finished a cemetery project. Bev Esson
|Laurie Small Webb||Rachel Adams Babcock|
Hello, this is just a message to let you know that Rachel (Find A Grave Memorial# 78647624)is buried in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, along with her husband John Babcock in the Ancient Burying Grounds.
Please see John's Find A Grave Memorial# 16665435.
Laurie Small Webb...
|Robert Walter Trask||Wakefield's Old Burying Ground|
You may direct your readers to an Internet story, "What's missing from this picture?" that I compiled about the first burial ground in Lynn Village.
After many, many years I determined that several of the stones (no bodies are buried beneath them) represent many from my family.
|Michael Duffy||RE: Eleanor Little|
I linked Martha to the older memorials of her parents and then deleted my copies of her parents.
Thanks for the offer, but I have no need for more memorials.
Thanks for pointing out the duplicates.
|pe986||RE: Eleanor Little (# 74030196)|
Thank you for the information. I will delete Eleanor from my tree.
Added by pe986 on Nov 04, 2014 4:18 PM
|Anonymous||Chloe or Loe Fellows|
gravestone says LOE
check out the pic:
|Anonymous||Chloe or Loe|
suggest you wait for a pic of the gravestone..."CHLOE" is from a reading in the 1950's; I've not seen stone yet
|Anonymous||Orville & Phebe Fellows|
Orville is found in Missouri. See his memorial:
still nothing found on Phebe's dad Solomon Fellows Jr.
Actually, I'm not related to the Gardners. LOL I just have made it a mission to do as much of Woodland as I can. I love that place. In the case of Gardeners, I sought that plot out b/c only the "famous" family member was listed. It's a pet peeve of mine when people enter someone famous and take photos, ignoring the family all around them. Seem sad. Wouldn't that person want their family rmembered, too? You can have all "my" Gardners if you want! I love passing memorials to those connected with them. :) let me know.
|CypressGreen||Charles Collins Burnet|
I first 'discovered' this hidden cemetery as a teenager. It's in the neighborhood where I grew up. When I started Find A Grave, I was tickled to find that the cemetery wasn't listed at all, so I had the pleasure of entering all of it! Even better, I have since handed over many of the memorials to others. So exciting! I am happy to help and glad they are someone important to you.
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