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I began visiting local cemeteries for my family history and quickly changed to photographing all or as much of a cemetery as I could and posting the photos or entering a new memorial if there wasn't one before. I hope to help those looking for their ancestors, and also to preserve and document the gravesite. So many stones are deteriorating rapidly, and natural or man made catastrophes are endangering some cemeteries. It is vital that we preserve this information for future generations. I also find it very peaceful to walk in our local cemeteries, and a connection in knowing that many many years ago they walked the same ground and lived their lives here.|
If I have maintenance of a memorial that is related to you and you wish control, please do not hesitate to let me know and I will gladly transfer to you. I believe they belong with family.
Feel free to use my photos as long as it is for family history or genealogy related matters, no commercial use without permission please.
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|Tues||RE: Robert Ferree|
This is the link to the site I found about Robert Ferree. Let me know what you think :)
Added by Tues on Dec 11, 2013 2:07 PM
|Tues||RE: Robert Ferree|
Yes, it does look right to me, and when i get home,i will look it up again and send you the link. It was found on middletowns historical website. I also found an obit f or a Sarah S Spenser, and she seems to be listed here on findagrave as well.
Added by Tues on Dec 10, 2013 3:57 AM
Im not sure if this article is related to this person ,but, I was reading some old news paper articles posted to the Middlesex County Historical website and found this article.....
Late in the night Robert Ferree, an old resident of this city, called at the saloon, but was refused admittance. He was soon afterwards found lying on the walk, with his head badly cut, supposed to be caused by falling down the stairs. He died on Friday afternoon. He was a shoemaker by trade.
It was posted Dec 2 1863
Added by Tues on Dec 09, 2013 2:22 PM
Thanks so much for the photo and the correction on his birth,
have a great day,
Added by 天使 on Dec 04, 2013 3:32 PM
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Sebastian Mazzotta|
When I come across a duplicate or questionable memorial, I notify the originator of the duplicate. So no, I have done no coordination. Let me know if you want me to get involved, but I think you've got a handle on it. Thanks
|Jeanne Thomson||RE: Rose and William Craig|
Thanks for updating these memorials.
My husband grew up in a "yours, mine and ours" home. I've been doing the genealogy for them.
This couple was his step-brother Austin Craig's grandparents. As often happens, these brothers & sisters are retired and reconnecting :0)
Would be happy to manage these memorials.
Thanks for asking,
|JudiT||Asmans in Durham|
You got back there and remembered me!! Thanks so much for the pics and Marion... Haven't talked to Robert since the summer now. Hope all is good by you!! Judi
Added by JudiT on Oct 28, 2013 12:04 PM
|Karen Sipe||Catholic v. Calvary|
My guess is that the additional information may not have been available when the posting were originally entered.
Our cemeteries are very kind and work closely with many of the local volunteers and this type of research can't be done with out them.
|Karen Sipe||Photo Requests Catholic Cem Seattle|
I have been looking into the six people you requested photos for who are listed at the Catholic Cemetery. It looks like all or most of them were moved to Calvary.
If I get a photo I will post it to the page created as of now under Catholic Cem but I am in touch with the lady who created the memorial page so keep an eye out they may move to Calvary in the future.
|St. Marys Groundskeeper||RE: Isaah Robinson|
Hi, I don't know who maintains that cemetery, but will do some asking around and see if I can get that information for you. If I find anything, I will pass it along to you asap. Take care, Dana.
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