|Heather Fedrick Pascarelli (#47813148)|
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I'm an amateur genealogist and naturally turned to cemeteries for information that I needed. I have several requests outstanding in Mississippi so I figured I'd join in and help others to put some good karma out there :D |
I live just south of Boston so I can work on requests for probably half the year on weekends or days off from work (when not covered by snow). I also take random pictures of stones that catch my eye for whatever reason. If you find a relative on my list, let me know and I will gladly transfer to you any record I have no personal attachment to.
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|John Burleigh Sr.||Leon Dearborn Mincher|
Leon Dearborn Mincher– Banking Business, London, England. He was born in Mattawamkeag, August 24,1884; Initiated September 1, Passed September 15, Raised December 1,1906. He Dimitted from Pine Tree Lodge April 4,1925. He died March 26,1984 in Newton, Massachusetts. He was predeceased by his wife, Mrs. Mary Eleanor Dalton, born Jan. 18,1887 in Newport PEI, and died Jan. 28,1965 in Boston, Massachusetts. They were Married Jan. 21,1913 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont. Mary joined Pine Grove Chapter # 55, OES in 1920. He was a Student when he joined at age 21
Leon and Mary are buried in the Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree, Mass.
His Parents: William Thomas Mincher, born April 30,1850 in Pembroke, Me., died March 1,1942 in Dorchester, Mass., wife, Abigale “Abbie” Louise Motz, born May 12,1851 in Pembroke, Maine. Died Oct. 20,1937 in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
Both Parents were buried in the Mattawamkeag Cemetery. Both their pictures are at end. Her picture 1958 his about 1907
John E. Burleigh Sr. / Historian Pine Tree Lodge # 172, Mattawamkeag, Maine firstname.lastname@example.org
|Shirley Covington||RE: Minnie Fedrick memorial #21694621|
Thank you for the information you sent to me concerning Minnie Fedrick. If you would like for me to transfer her memorial to you since she was a member of your family, please let me know.
Sincerely, Shirley Covington
Hi Heather -
I had the same problem you did with calling the cemetery and finally went to the Town of Everett website. There is a different number for the cemetery (calls now go through the town DPW) and after 3 calls I finally got a call back with the information I requested about a week and a half later. Try 617-394-2299 and leave a full message with details.
|William Packer||RE: Cram|
Pics of any Crams Kingsly that you could find. Thank u
|mellis||RE: Henry Bianco|
I am so sorry! The pictures have been fixed. I am not real happy with the condition of the headstone. It has gotten dirty probably from the grass-cutting right after a heavy rain. We are not supposed to do anything much to clean them up but I think just a bottle of water might do the trick. I am out there frequently so I will try to improve on that if it is okay with you.
Added by mellis on Feb 02, 2016 10:08 PM
|squadron a association||Trooper George W Dickerman|
On behalf of the late veterans of Squadron A, a big THANK YOU for the transfer.
Squadron A Association
|Joyce Gaddis||RE: Rowe family|
I am sorry Heather but I do not know anything about the family. I was in that cemetery taking photos for requests and saw newer graves so I took pictures of them also.
I am from originally Millbury, MA (Worcester County), where is Randolph?
|Jesse & Dianas Line||Thank You : )|
Hi Heather, thank you for letting me manage Hirams page - very sweet of you. I sponsored it and will add some bio info today. I hope you have a most blessed holiday season! Nicole and Family - VT
|Sue Fetzer||RE: Farrar|
Not sure, but I delete one of the Annie's. There are two Arthurs. One that I found 1882-1900 and one that Rick Weaver posted....1873-1900. But I have no way of knowing if this is a DUP.
|Lynn Schmidt||RE: Clara Phyllis Finger|
Clara was alone
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