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|Perhaps a bit younger than the typical graver, I am in my early twenties. I began using the site so I could research my family history and share it with my grandparents and other relatives for whom it would have taken a lifetime to research prior to the Internet. Originally unregistered with the site, I realized that there were many times when I'd say to myself "if only I had a picture of the grave...those dates would..." or something like that. By adding to the site, I hope to be able to provide the piece of evidence or photograph that serves to shake something loose for someone else who will surely someday need it. |
Unless I otherwise note in the captions, all photographs I upload are ones that I have taken myself. In the spirit of unrestrained altruism towards family history research, you may use them as they relate to any personal research you are conducting...free of charge. I only ask that you credit me so that the people viewing it will know the original source and how I obtained the information. Use with the intent to publish materials is another matter. Email me if this becomes an issue, and I'll deal with it on a case by case basis.
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|Lewis Carroll||John Shepard|
Thanks for adding the John Shepard grave (Wading River Burial, Foxboro). He was my 7th great-grandfather. I had his daughter linked with him. You should be able to follow these links:
Mercy S. Daggett, to
Ebenezer Daggett, to Mercy D. Everett, to Shepard S. Everett, to Edith E. Willson, to Eleanor W. O'Neal. Eleanor was 4th great-granddaughter of John Shepard. She was my great-grandmother's first cousin. As far as I've seen, she is the only of his descendants to pass the century mark. I met her in 2003 and kept in touch with her up until about 2009. I wished her a happy 100th birthday via phone. I believe she was still in independent living at that point.
|Heather Pascarelli||Prudenze & Alfonzo Pascarelli|
I added my original picture so that it's a larger size and not a thumbnail size. Just wanted to let you know so you can delete yours. Next time I'm there visiting my mother in law, I'll get another without my feet in the reflection.
|Crow||Angelo John Androski|
http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/surname/Androski/androski-family-history-and-family-tree sorry wish you had got with me sooner this may help you fine then if i fine any more papers i let you know on Angelo John Androski i did buy then potos and papers at Elizabethtown fleamart 2 years ago here in ky wish i still had then for you sorry
Added by Crow on Jun 19, 2012 1:59 PM
Thank you Cameron for the photo of Timothy Skinner's headstone. It means a lot to the family. Art
|D. Marston||Nancy Marston marker|
Thanks, Cameron for going back to Spring Brook cemetery & sending the photo of my sister-in-law's marker. Much appreciated.
Thank you so much for taking this photo of my husband's grandmother's stone, it is much appreciated,
Added by Crystal on Jun 08, 2012 1:03 PM
|D. Marston||Boyajian photos|
Thanks Cameron, not only for the photos but your correction on the cemetery where Eleanor is buried. I guess my husband's niece doesn't know where her aunt or even her own mother is buried!
If you ever get back to Spring Brook, I have put in a request for Nancy Marston. She has a small marker on the Boyajian plot as her ashes are buried there. Eleanor & Nancy are sisters.
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