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Snow Trottier (#47612409)
 member for 3 years, 7 months, 17 days
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Bio Photo -- ABOUT ME --
I have been interested in genealogy as long as I can remember. Having only one daughter, I hope it is something that I will pass on to her. She is always in good humor when she tags along to the cemetery with me and seems to enjoy it at this point.

I grew up in Wisconsin, but also have a great deal of family in New Hampshire. As I gather more and more information, I only become more intrigued. It is for this reason that I enjoy FAG so much. I hope that by adding memorials and pictures, I will allow someone to find their ancestors across the country as I have been so fortunate to find because of the work of other contributors.

I would be happy to transfer memorials if I currently manage one of your relatives (unless it is a close relative of mine). Don't hesitate to send me information if I have listed something incorrectly. (But I, like most people, prefer you to do it a kind way.) On each memorial please use the "Edit" button and then "Suggest a Correction" to request transfer or an edit.

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Feel free to use any of my photos of stones for your personal use. I do, however, ask that you contact me for permission before using any photos of people that I have posted.

Chase, Gadwah, Grant, Buffington, Moon, Weiher, Hickethier, Buerger, Trottier, Lawson
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 • 146 Memorials Added
 • 150 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
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Malcolm Paine
Messages left for Snow Trottier (13)[Leave Message]
Roslyn Roisman-Patchi
Stella Belle Landon
Thanks so very much for adding hr memorial yesterday! I've already sent you a couple of edits. May I have your permission to copy your headstone photo to my family tree?
Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on Jul 26, 2014 2:53 PM
Malcolm Paine
RE: Simeon Paine

You are very welcome Snow!

Happy that your grandparents got to see the photos. If I have you in my tree correctly, your grandparents are Richard & Verona and your mother is Dawn, is this correct.

Thanks Cousin,

Added by Malcolm Paine on Apr 08, 2014 9:25 AM
michael walsh
Treptow/Bloomer City Cemetery
There is a WWI soldier of some renown Martin Treptow who appears to have been buried along with his parents in Bloomer City Cemetery which it seems you have some experience with. He was singled out in a powerful speech about freedom by Ronald Reagan and does have a nice memorial started but I notice it is missing a grave site photo. He was killed in action in France and his parents are also lacking photos. Was wondering if you might live close enough to look into it with spring approaching. Other than being a fellow Find A Grave member who has added a few thousand photos,a few hundred at Arlington National Cemetery I have no specific connection other than wishing to pass along an interesting and deserving story...Thanks for any efforts you might be able to make.
Added by michael walsh on Apr 07, 2014 6:52 PM
Malcolm Paine
RE: Simeon Paine
Hi Cousin,

I have added a photo to Simeon Paine and Martha Usry, would like you to look at them and tell me if you have ever seen these before.


Added by Malcolm Paine on Jan 01, 2014 10:47 AM
Malcolm Paine
RE: Simeon Paine
Hello Snow,

We should be 3rd cousins, Gordon is my father's brother.

Are you on, if so are you in the AncestryDNA project?

Added by Malcolm Paine on Oct 26, 2013 9:29 PM
Malcolm Paine
Simeon Paine


1st, Do you have a connection to Simeon Paine? 2nd, What is your Snow line? My interest is only because both my father PAINE and mother SNOW lines goes back to the 1600's.
Simeon Paine

Thank you,
Malcolm Paine
Cameron, Wisconsin
Added by Malcolm Paine on Oct 26, 2013 10:08 AM
Gadwah Photos
You are more than welcome. Shirley and I work the cemeteries as a team and enjoy photographing requests.
Added by Briarmarsh on Oct 04, 2013 11:16 AM
Shirley Mitchell
RE: Gadwah Photos
You are more than welcome. Now that I have the Nancy Dodge book listing that cemetery it is easy to find the graves... as long as they had headstones back in the 1980's.

We found all of your requests, except the three Gadwah infants that I had listed in Village cemetery from the death certs. They apparently didn't get headstones. I did find their father, Leslie, but haven't gotten his pic up yet. Their mother was a relative of my husband but we can't find her after the divorce when she supposedly remarried.

We will be getting the rest of your pic requests up today.

Added by Shirley Mitchell on Oct 04, 2013 6:45 AM
Linda Christensen
Thank you!
Thank you for the Hart photos. I really appreciate them. Thanks again!
Added by Linda Christensen on Sep 28, 2013 9:00 PM
Allison Clausen
Darius Bugby
Thanks for these photos. They are a great help to my research and I appreciate your time and effort. - Allison Clausen
Added by Allison Clausen on Sep 19, 2013 7:12 PM
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