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Al Ahearn (#47603444)
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 • 25 Memorials Added
 • 28 Memorials Managed
 • 55 Photos
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Peace4me
RE: Thank You!
You are very welcome! I put photos of his family members gravestones too that were by him. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Aug 03, 2014 7:09 PM
Jim Ahearn
Just checking out this website
This is great! Iwas reading the memorials. They are so interesting. Thanks Al
Added by Jim Ahearn on Mar 25, 2012 9:15 AM
Jim Ahearn
Just checking out this website
Added by Jim Ahearn on Mar 25, 2012 9:12 AM
A Marine's Daughter
Heinrici Alfred
Thanks for the photo!
Added by A Marine's Daughter on Oct 26, 2011 11:50 AM
Rubye Charon Yvonne Dyer
John Callandrillo
Thanks so much for the beautiful photo of the beautiful gravestone. It is much appreciated.
So wonderful. Kaye
Added by Rubye Charon Yvonne Dyer on Oct 26, 2011 10:38 AM
noseguard76
Dr. John Fowler Maxfield Jr.
Al, thanks for taking a picture of the Maxfield Mausoleum. I was hoping that someone would include this shot. Not sure if Jack is buried there though. For some reason he is not next to his three wives. i believe that he is somewhere else in the cemetery. If you ever do stumble upon his grave please shoot a photo.

Jack was quite a man. We have photos of him and his 5 brothers who played football for Bloomfield back around 1900. He applied for the Army Air Corp as soon as he graduated from Med school in 1918.

He was one who wanted to do it all!!

Bob
Added by noseguard76 on Oct 04, 2011 4:14 PM
noseguard76
Dr. John Fowler Maxfield Jr.
Added by noseguard76 on Oct 04, 2011 4:07 PM
noseguard76
Mary Lyne Maxfield
Al, thank you for taking a picture of my grandmother's headstone. Mary was a woman that I never met as she died of cancer when my mother was only 16. I did hear some wonderful stories about her and this photo helps me connect to her.

Bob
Added by noseguard76 on Oct 04, 2011 4:07 PM
noseguard76
John Fowler Maxfield Sr.
Al, many thanks for visiting the Maxfield plot and taking photos of my Great grandfather John Fowler Maxfield Sr. headstone. His claim to fame is that he is reputed to be the first to import bananas to NYC and the first to import Jersey cows to the US. He also worked on the USS Monitor during the Civil War.

Bob
Added by noseguard76 on Oct 04, 2011 4:04 PM
noseguard76
M Caroline Todd Maxfield
wow, that was fast!!

many thanks for your kindness.

My poor mother lost her grandmother Mary Caroline when she was 14 and her mother, Mary Lyne Maxfield two years later when she was 16. Your kind submission of this photo helps to connect me to a woman that I never had a chance to know, even through stories.

Bob Gang
Added by noseguard76 on Oct 04, 2011 3:55 PM
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