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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.
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|DebL||Seaver family, Elmwood Cemetery|
Thank you for the updates for this family. There is conflicting information/evidence on Burnham Seaver's full name, which I've tried to explain in his bio. best regards -Deb
Added by DebL on Dec 04, 2013 6:39 AM
|John Sutherland||RE: Re: Nina and Harold Pitman|
Thanks. I assume the cemetery index you checked was the real cemetery index. I had to create these two memorials because they had not existed on Find A Grave, and I am just fishing around for more 'missing relatives.' Nina was my great (or grand) aunt.
And, yes, I am appreciative that you were able to get the photos before the snow fall. I realize that is a winter situation in northern Vermont.
|John Sutherland||Re: Nina and Harold Pitman|
Thanks for doing these photos so promptly. I was wondering if there were any other Pitman graves that you noticed while taking these photos.
|Ian Macaulay||thank you for the help|
The requested changes have been made and three hours of research made to correct a wee error that was found:-) Thank you for the photo and even more for the push to add the parental link.
Thank you so much for the photo of her stone!
Added by KBrownst on Oct 29, 2013 11:54 AM
|Ian Macaulay||Thank you very much|
I thank you for the Macaulay photo in the Williamstown Cemetery, village Cemetery. Frederick Winton and Ann Murray. Lots of clansmen seem to show up in that Cemetery. It must be a fair size.
|Patricia McCaul Larrivee||LUCE|
Thank you so much for this photo! My great great grandparents.
Thank you so much for the wonderful photographs--they truly are amazing!
|Team White Sage||RE: Witham Photos|
It was my pleasure :)
|Sabina||Laura A. Wiley Taylor|
Thanks for family info...now added.
Added by Sabina on Oct 19, 2013 5:11 PM
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