|Ron Downs||RE: Barb Connolly grave site|
You are most welcome. Lol you are right I did upload a photo from my phone mostly so I could include the GPS coordinates. I have made corrections to the photo and add a notation if you click on the photo. According to the cemetery staff in the office Barb is buried along side her first husband Arthur John Eklund. (Note headstone has not been updated). The actual plot location I am updating thru Find A Grave system, but for your info it is Block 7, Row 4, Grave 9.
|Dan Tripp||Holmren Family|
Your message of thanks for the Holmgrem family information is greatly appreciated. It was very enjoyable trying to learn more after finding the extra name on the headstone of D. Victor. Glad I could help.
Best wishes with your search.
|Rick Weaver||RE: Ralph Wiggin's gravesite|
You're Welcome Bill! The Wiggin family have been residents in Bedford for a long time. I was happy to be able to help - Ralph was a very respected man in this Town. There is even a Street named for them. The next time I drive by the sign, I'll try to get a decent photo and post it just for fun!
|Richard Hurlburt||Charlie Hurlburt|
I'm Charlie's son. He fathered 3 children, I'm the youngest. The "little guy" in the picture is actually a "little girl". Her name is Brenda. She's 3 years older than me, which is why I'm not in the picture. To briefly fill in the gaps on Nancy, she went on to graduate from Keene State College, became an elementary school teacher, and is now retired. She has 4 children, 4 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren.
If you'd like more information, feel free to contact me.
|Bill DeFlorio||RE: Charlie Hurlburt gravesite|
It was an absolutely a beautiful day here on Sunday with warm sun and pleasant temperatures. My wife and I spent a good part of the day searching through cemeteries for stones that had been requested. We had about given up on finding Charles and were heading back to the vehicle down a steep embankment on to a series of terraces where there are stones and came upon Charles. So it was pure luck (which sometimes you need). It is tricking trying to take a good photo of a stone that has partial sunshine. Probably would have been better on an overcast day but I think it came out ok considering.
Sounds like you might still have snow in Montana?
|Connie Lagasse Russell||Alice May Lagasse Merrill #70699545|
You've requested a picture for the Merrill children in the Cushman cemetery and unfortunately we haven't been able to find one for either children. Much to my surprise I noticed that you've also entered a picture of Alice Lagasse Merrill who came from Lewiston, ME from Canada...do you by any chance know her parents' name? My maiden name is Lagasse and my family also came from Weedon area in Canada...any help would be appreciated...thanks
|Don Beams||RE: The Hoglund Gravesite|
HI, MY PLEASURE BILL, DON
It's me again... On memorial #68632508, you have Margaret Lucille (Graves) listed as spouse of Peter Claude Glendenning and I believe it should by spouse of PC's son, Robert. Is that correct or do I have something confused? Maggie
Added by MLC on Jul 07, 2011 6:48 PM
Thank you so very much for the picture of Peter C. Glendenning. You did a great job in spite of the weather. And thank you for the info you included with the picture. I found some info there that I didn't have!! Thanks again, Maggie
Added by MLC on Apr 18, 2011 5:47 PM
|karen jennings||oakley's @ warwick|
I didn't forget about your request back in Oct. I had just started a new job that limited the time as to when I could get a day with good light by the time I made it home. These will be taken this week and or weekend for you.
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