|Diane Loso (#47375334)|
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Have been doing genealogy since 2001, willing to help whenever possible.|
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|Michelle Maziarz||RE: Dorothy Stevens|
No I am not sure she is buried here. Someone on Ancestry put down that she is buried in Bow Junction, Merrimack, NH. I took a chance of the name of the cemetery.
|Jane Wescomb||RE: Lydia Battis|
Dear Diane, Thanks so much! I've been watching you transfer mgmt. of those sites in real time. So now it is time for me to get to work! Have a great weekend! Jim
|NW Mountain Man||RE: Charles & Jane Colby|
I moved them, Thank You
If you like, you could also entrust me with Cora McKeigney and Henry, Eli and George LaFlamme, my great aunt and uncles.
Just to let you know I contacted Jill and she found out that they have no record of the gravestones at Calvary, but now know they are there and will begin the register process.
In the meantime, I was wondering whether you might like to transfer management of Peter and Melina's Find A Grave pages to me. I have plenty of information to spruce them up.
|crissy||RE: Lapierre Family|
Hi Diane, I used the cemetery record books from the historical society in Whitehall.
Added by crissy on Apr 08, 2016 8:15 PM
|Jim Bennett||# 140421948|
Hi, Diane! My great grandparents was Peter and Melena Laflam. Could you give more info on this grave? Whom could I contact in NH to research more into it? Thanks in advance, Jim Bennett
|Kent Frazer||RE: Wiliam P. Edmunds|
Thanks for the follow-up.
My wife is a descendant of Jonathan Edmunds 1829-1893, William's brother.
I have only one reference for the 'A', that of his son's wedding to Ann A Labonta on 26 Jun 1897 which lists the father as William A Edmunds.
His son William Alfred Edmunds 1874-1933 (also at Soucook) was called Fred, or Junior so I assumed that his father was Senior and therefore a middle name of Alfred.
So I don't have much justification. Perhaps the cemetery record is better left as it is.
|Leslie Vaughn||Mary Coffran Clifford|
Back in April you fulfilled my request for a photo of the grave of Mary Clifford. I am so sorry that I failed to acknowledge your kindness in a timely manner. Thank you so much for getting the photo for me.
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