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I am researching the James Rogers family from New London, CT. https://www.facebook.com/groups/JamesRogersofNL/|
From my mother's side Kingsley/McAllister/Greene
From my father's side Taylor/Rogers/Congdon/Musselwhite
From my husband's side: Sweet/Hebert
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|John Beckstein||Lydia pierce husband|
See message below, I am not able to correct. the owner of 24908024 connected. only they can fix. sorry.
I've been to this cemetery, the correct Benjamin Pierce that was her husband is #78717724, they are side by side in the cemetery.
The other Benjamin Pierce #24908024 is not her husband, but her husband's grandfather. Are you able to remove him as a spouse?
|DSW||RE: Helen Starks|
Thank you for your response. Helen Edler Starks was my mother. I appreciate your thoughtfulness in adding her name to Find-a-Grave.
Added by DSW on Mar 29, 2015 7:44 PM
Hey. I'm related to the Kingsley and Sweets on Dad's side.
|Traci's Mom||Token you left for Traci Fields|
thank you very much for the token you left for my angel daughter Traci. She was a wonderful gift from GOD, and she's in my heart and mind every single day. Her passing has left major holes in the hearts of her family and friends.
I appreciate you helping to reach my goal of 5,000 tokens by her birthday, November 20th. Actually, thanks to you and other findagravers, so far today Traci has received 6,026 flowers/tokens. That makes my family and I extremely happy. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
I'm thankful and blessed for your kindness. GOD bless you for your heavenly heart.
I am so overwhelmed with all the findagrave friends requesting flowers/tokens for my Traci. Thank you ever so much!
This is something I wrote for Traci:
It was a cold, quiet night at the cemetery. The snow was falling gently to the ground. The only sound that could be heard was the whistling of the wind. Off in the distance I suddenly heard the tiny sound of jingling bells. I looked around and wondered where the life was in the stillness of this cemetery.
As I gazed around, I saw a ray of moonbeam shining down on a small Christmas tree.
I thought to myself, "This is where the life is in the cemetery!"
Ring the bells this holiday season in memory of those you love.
Sharon (Traci's mom)
|Christine ||RE: Perrone|
I added the photo to Gladys' page as well.
If I get a chance to go back to Holy Cross, I will try to get a better picture of her name.
There is no first name on the "main" gravestone..just the last name. The flat military type marker is being encroached upon by the grass/dirt...so the first name is obscured. I didn't have my gravestone tools with me and had no water etc. Now that I know where it is, I can go back another time and see if I can at least uncover the first name and see if there is a date. How does that sound to you??
Added by Sara on Jul 07, 2014 7:03 AM
|Sara||Windham Center Cemetery Windham CT|
I went to this cemetery and attempted to find your photo request for Raymond Wingertsman d 1997. It is an extremely large cemetery...so often it is hit or miss. I found an unknown first name/no death date for a Wingertsman...it does state that he was a Corporal in the Army in World War II...do you think it is the same person??
Added by Sara on Jul 06, 2014 5:56 PM
|Florence Wright||Louise Kingsley|
She was born in Paris, France. Her parents were Augustus (Joseph) Gelin and Marguerite (Margaret) Gerard.
|Florence Wright||Louise Kingsley|
I saw her on find a grave from you. Louise was my great grand aunt. She and my maternal grandmother were sisters. I have some family history but have many questions about her parents, etc. Would love to hear from you. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to hear from you. Florence
|George Perry||Strickland, Horace G|
A heartfelt note to express my gratitude for your effort in acquiring and posting this Memorial. You are greatly appreciated.
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