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if you are a relative or family friend and would like a transfer of ownership of a memorial, I will gladly do so, unless I am a direct descendant. I have created many cousin lines and I would rather the memorial be in the hands of someone more closely related who can truly represent their loved one|
My virtual cemeteries are my generally direct ancestors, with a very few exceptions. Time permitting, I will create a 'Distant Cousin' and 'Random Additions' virtual cemeteries which will make it simpler to decipher when hoping for a transfer.
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Hi Anne, I have added the information you sent, thank you. Also added the view so you can see what a pretty spot he is in. Might his parents be interred there as well?
Added by Colletta on Apr 13, 2013 5:32 PM
|Connie Saculla||RE: George LeFurgey|
You are so welcome Anne, he's in a beautiful cemetery ! I love your personal photo of George
|Essex||William Kenneth LeFurgey|
Thank you for the information. I have now linked his memorial to Alice Rhodes' memorial.
Added by Essex on Mar 08, 2013 8:45 AM
|Floral Designer||RE: Vincent Duvigneaud|
Location is.. sect 14/285/grave 7
|Floral Designer||Gate Of Heaven request|
I need a location Please, once posted, It can be done with in 24 hours Thank you, Office Number
914-769-3673, just got back, filled 35 of them with locations.
No problem, its never a burden for me to help (or unintentionally hinder)someone looking for a gravestone. As for James I have the entire cemetery you had his memorial listed in photographed. If he not in my files, his marker is either unreadable and has been for over eighty years, he's not there, never had a marker or the marker wasn't one to withstand New England weather and no longer exists. Something that might be of help to you in finding any Connecticut people your looking for is the "Hale Collection" It was a survey done in the 1930's to inventory all gravestones in the state. When I fill requests I go by this first to see if the person is possibly in the requested cemetery. If there not listed in the Hale, its 999.9 percent chance there not there. I've only found it wrong once in all the time I've been using it. Second, I'll go through all the photos I've taken for that cemetery to see if I have it. Sorry I didn't have James. If you send me the information you have on him, birth date, place, death date place, I'll see if I can track down any possibilities for you. He could even be in the cemetery you had his memorial in, just the grave could now be unmarked. Here's a link that might be of help to you. Good Luck. "Hale Collection" is...
Wow! I am so impressed! I love what you have done here with the all the information you have added and the paternal and Maternal Ancestry. I need to get to work!! Thanks for the correction on Gaspar. The May birth date was a typo. Thanks for catching it!!
|Bob on Gallows Hill||RE: John H. Jackson|
You're very welcome. In the meantime, I revisited the family plot and have added photos for his mother and dad, as well as the reverse of his tombstone.
I have also added photos for Mary Millett Jackson (born 02-18-1821 in Plaistow, N.H. Died 08-04-1887 in Athol, Massachusetts) and William Jackson II (11-19-1817/03-30-1883).
I tried to find William and Elizabeth, per your photo requests, but no legible marker for either of them was present. I did take other photos in both Jackson lots, including for: Mary Jackson, died 01-21-1948, aged 88 years, 14 days; Winfield Jackson, 05-22-1898/10-27-1915; Isabel Somerby Jackson, 01-11-1855/08-20-1942; Richard Dowst, 03-10-1801/03-15-1881; and Mary Dowst, 05-03-1830/07-01-1895. Also some illegible stones.
If you would like to add memorials for these folks I'll be glad to email the photos to you. Give me a shout.
|Gary Boughton||RE: Phebe Wood|
See her memorial.
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Deborah Younglove|
No new evidence, Deborah's parents are still unidentified.
Just in case you don't know Thelma Butler passed away 3 Nov 2000.
RE: THE MONROE BOOK, Being the History of the MUNOR Clan From its Origins in Scotland To Settlement in New England And Migration to the West, 1652-1850 and Beyond by Joan P. Guilford, Ph.D.
Part Three: John of Bristol, Rhode Island, Being a Compendium of Descendants Identified through Seven Generations.
Source states, "Deborah Younglove was no doubt a descendant of Rev. John2 (Samuel1) Younglove, first pastor of Suffield, CT and it is thought by Thelma (Younglove) Butler of Temple, TX, after yrs. of Younglove research, that she was the daughter of John4, (Samuel3, John2, Samuel1)."
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