|Lynn Feingold (#47470086)|
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My recent dive into my family's genealogy has led me to sign up as a volunteer photographer with Findagrave.com. My world changed the day I stood in a little graveyard in Middleborough, Massachusetts and saw three generations of Richmonds, my grandfathers and grandmothers, x2, x3, and x4. I hope that my photos help others feel the way I felt that day.|
My summer project in 2011 was documenting the three cemeteries on Long Island in Casco Bay, Maine while I was there on vacation for two weeks.
I have a legal background and a penchant for dressing up in historical costumes. In my spare time, I sing traditional songs of the British Isles at a 1780 colonial tavern south of Boston, Massachusetts. I perform for libraries, historical societies, museums and coffeehouses. See www.songsofthecolonialdays.com and www.blanchardstavern.com for more information.
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|Christopher Mentrum||James H. "Jim" Myette 95617019|
Thank you very much for taking the picture of his headstone. I really appreciate it.
|D. M.||Thayer headstone|
Thank you for finding and taking a photo of one of my 6th great grandfathers. It means so much to me. Bless you for helping people connect with their ancestors.
Added by D. M. on Aug 08, 2013 8:16 PM
|Jim Kimble||Hayden tombstones|
Thanks for the great tombstone pictures. By their age, it's great to see them, even if they are damaged.
|John Arsenault||Frederick W. Dyer|
Lynn - Thank you for the gravestone photo. Between this and info on his Civil War Pension card, I have confirmed that this is the Frederick Dyer who served with Company F of the 35th Mass. Infantry.
Thanks for the headstone photos for Thomas and Alice Mahan. I would like to your permission to attach them to their entries on an Ancestry.com tree. The photos would be attributed and not used for commercial purposes.
Added by WMitch6 on Jul 22, 2013 5:35 AM
|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts||Pvt Terrence/Terrance Murphy|
Thank you so much for getting the picture or his GAR marker. Jacki
|D. M.||Obadiah Jones headstone|
Thank you so very much for finding and taking a photo of this headstone. I truly appreciate it.
Added by D. M. on Jul 17, 2013 6:14 AM
|Ally||RE: Andrea and Angela Cantelli|
THANK YOU!! My family changed their name at some point to Cantelli, Cautilli is the original spelling! May I use your photos? I will credit you for taking them. Costanza was my GGreat Grandmother, Andrea Henry Cantelli/Cautilli was Costanza's brother in law. Wish I knew where Costanza's husband is buried, I imagine in the same cemetery but perhaps with his second wife.
If you ever see the last name Cantelli or Cautilli please take a picture!! I live in Savannah, Georgia and only wish one day I can travel up north to see where my Grandfather was born.
Thanks again!!!! Also, I see a Vittoria Cautilli with Costanza, though on her daughter's death certificate it read Victoria. It seems I have not added her to the website, when I do can I add the photo you have taken or would you want to add it yourself?
Added by Ally on Nov 19, 2012 3:02 PM
|Calvin Wright||Randolph Cemetery|
Appreciate your contributions but I have found an error in your record of Central Cemetery, Randolph. As a child I lived in the same household as Ada Zeigler Thayer and she was my great aunt. Her parents were Benjamin Thayer and Elizabeth Holbrook Beale. Eugene Thayer was her brother.
Calvin T. Wright
|John Arsenault||James Riley Thayer|
Lynn - Thank you for the great photographs of James Thayer's gravestone. He is part of my 35th Massachusetts Infantry virtual cemetery. His memorial looks much more complete with the pictures.
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