|David Lee||RE: Dickson photos|
Thanks for your message and your help!
Yes, I'd be glad for any other photos you may have. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Did I already mention that the Steinbeck here is an ancestor of the author John Steinbeck?
Best from Amsterdam,
|David Lee||Dickson photos|
Dear Carole Carbutt,
Many thanks for taking the time to add the fine photos of Walter Dickson's memorial. It was very kind of you!
Best from Amsterdam (NL),
You are very welcome!!!
Added by Alexis on Sep 27, 2012 6:18 AM
You are welcome. You sure can use the pictures. They belong to you now. I can email you the originals if you like. Small world we live in, I also took pictures in NH of Smith Cemetery in Freedom.
Added by Alexis on Sep 21, 2012 6:29 AM
|family historian||RE: Kennett headstone photographs|
Glad to help. I am still plugging away. I have many more Kennetts coming on line as I can get them posted. If you see any relationships that I have missed, please let me know.
|Alexis||RE: photos taken of Nelson J Smith's headstone|
I am not related to the Smiths. I found the cemetery and had to take pictures of the stones. I am going back because the light was not good and there are a few more stones I could not read. I try to do research to find out who these souls are.
Added by Alexis on Sep 12, 2012 6:45 AM
|Ben G||RE: Deborah (nee Bailey) Haskell|
You are welcome. Feel free to use any of the photos. Did you see the memorial for Hannh I created?
Added by Ben G on Sep 11, 2012 3:07 AM
Many thanks for the photos....they provided new info for me...did you record the death years...can't quite make some out...
|Stephen Kuehm||Re: Dolly Morrill|
You're more than welcome. Dolly was a bit of a non-conformist. Most of the Morrills were on the opposite side of the cemetery. She was over in a corner all by herself.
|DJ Larson||RE: Jemima (Haskell) Robinson|
You are very welcome!!
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