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|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hi Cassandra,|
I just stopped by to say hi. There are so many caring, friendly, wonderful, and helpful people on this site. Let me say, welcome to Find A Grave. Good talking with you.
|Glenn M. Massey||Edgar Ross & Ruth Hamilton Lloyd Hubley|
My family and I thank you so much for the great memorial pictures. God Bless.
|BobB||RE: DiFazio-Segerstedt at Mt. Wollaston|
LOL (really) - take a look at the photo I had uploaded, below yours, which shows the street sign. Right behind it is the stone you finally located with the plant in front and the one next to it of DiFazio relatives for which you added new memorials. That's amazing. I also had searched twice and the office told me it must be in the first row, so the second time I had only looked there before giving up and moving on. The first time I remember moving the top of the bush aside, saw the DiFazio name and went along. Duh.
A kind of teamwork :-) Thanks again!
Added by BobB on May 05, 2012 10:03 AM
|BobB||DiFazio-Segerstedt at Mt. Wollaston|
Thank you so much for fulfilling this request, and also for uploading to the related memorials! When I was in Boston 10 days ago I was too stupid to find it as I didn't think to look for his wife's maiden name. Which row was it in, the second? The lot numbers on the map are certainly tiny and hard to read.
I did find his brother Arthur at Blue Hills later that day, so had a partial success. But you have made my day, thanks again!
Take care, Bob
Added by BobB on May 05, 2012 1:06 AM
|JamesP||RE: John F. Regan Headstones|
Thank You so much for getting me pictures of John and his families headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by JamesP on May 04, 2012 7:44 PM
|kathy martin||Mary A. Clark|
Thank you so much for your time and kindness- this is my great grandother.
Chino Hills, California
|David Olsen||James Daigle|
Thank you so much for the photo for James. He was one of 23 men from H Company 2nd Squadron of the 11th Cavalry that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
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