| || member for 1 year, 30 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Family genealogy is something I have enjoyed since I was young. As I walk through cemeteries visiting family graves, I often wonder about the history of each individual. |
I live in Barre, Vermont, home to a large granite industry. One website devoted to Barre granite says, "It has been estimated that one-third of the public and private monuments and mausoleums in America -- and they are millions in number -- are products of the Barre quarries and Barre's "international" community of sculptors, artisans, mechanics and laborers."
Perhaps this is why I have an affinity for cemeteries and graves. The artists here make the stones and memorials into works of art. I am happy to share some of them on this website.
|Messages left for kwhitco (89)||[Leave Message]|
Many thanks for the beautiful photo. I truly appreciate it. Lin.
Added by Lin on May 20, 2013 4:29 PM
Thank you for the Batchelder photos. Much appreciated. ,
Added by Paula on May 20, 2013 8:56 AM
|orleans||re: robert davis|
thank you very much for the photo with the birthdate. i really appreciate it. have a lovely week.
Added by orleans on May 19, 2013 8:34 PM
Sorry but this is not the same Fred Bean that I was requesting a photo of. the one I am looking for was Cremated and on the death record it says, Stored - Elmwood Vault, Northfield VT. Not sure if the ashes were ever interred. He was born on 18 Aug 1884 and died 15 Feb 1957.
His wife was Miron Lowella (Johnston) Bean and her death record says - Entombed, Green Mountain Vault, Montpelier VT. She died in 1964,
Thanks for trying.
Added by bjsgd on May 19, 2013 8:21 PM
|Barb OD||RE: Henry & Marguerite Brown|
Thanks for the photos and your message.
Added by Barb OD on May 19, 2013 8:00 PM
|Cousin Ann B||Alvin Ellis|
THANK YOU!! I hope you have a nice vacation.
Cousin Ann B
|Rick Lawrence||Cleeson McElroy|
Thanks for the photo of his headstone. Corrections have been made!
Rick Lawrence, MSgt., USMC/USAFR (RET)
|Stephen McNeil||Reginald Rollins|
Thank you for the picture of Reginald Rollins grave stone. He was my grand uncle (brother of my grandmother on my mothers side) Many Rollins in the Middlesex Center Cemetery and when we visited there two years ago we missed his stone somehow. I live in KY now but grew up in Vermont and spent many holidays and family time "up on the hill"
|Barb OD||Reginald Barden|
Added by Barb OD on May 05, 2013 8:20 AM
|Ann||John Kingston - Saint Monica Cemetery, Barre|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to locate and document the grave of John Kingston at Saint Monica Cemetery in Barre. John was killed on March 13, 1928. He was living at a Southern California Edison construction camp when the St. Francis dam failed. Your efforts are very much appreciated. Take care, Ann
Added by Ann on Apr 28, 2013 12:52 PM
|[View all messages...]|
Accuracy and Copyright Disclaimer