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Sorry to just be getting back to you, have been taking care of an injured friend, so haven't had much time on here... As far as deleting a photo, simply click on the photo above it, with be the words - "Delete photo". Click on it and confirm. To re-add the photo to a different memorial page, follow the steps that you took to add the photo. Thank you!
|genealogyfever||Welch headstone @ Hamlin Cemetery|
You attached a photo of a headstone to a memorial page I created. It is the wrong headstone for the memorial page of Lizzie A. Welch. The headstone photo is actually for the headstone of Lizzie E. Welch. May I ask you to please remove the photo on Lizzie A. Welch and add it to the memorial page of Lizzie E. Welch. Thank you!
|Robert Hodsdon||RE: Dow Cemetery|
|Robert Hodsdon||RE: Hodgdon (Steep Falls Cemetery)|
thanks for the photos of the hodgdon's stones
|Kelley Rosenbach||RE: Ridlon|
No problem at all...Bonny Eagle Cemetery is such a unique name (I thought - lol), and there are two, wow!
|Sunny Stayt||RE: Old Yard Cemetery, Gorham, Maine|
Wow...I cannot correct the cemetery info...
What I found was:
Old Yard Cemetery located in Gorham, New Hampshire
on Main Street between Normand Ave. and Dublin St
And her stone says:
to the memory of
Mrs. Patience Longfellow
wife of the
Hon. Stephen Longfellow
She was born December 5, 1745
and died August 12, 1830
Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord
|Donna (Strout) Sakaske||RE: Horton Strout|
Thanks for the additional insight on the Strout plot.
I appreciate it.
|paul & teresa (martin) goodwin||RE: Aunt Marie|
I wish we were related. My Goodwins are from Alabama, South Carolina & North Carolina. My mom's side is from Maine. I've seen your bunch while doing research on my Goodwins. Have you ever read Goodwin Families in America. You can find it on www.archives.org This is a web site with public domain infomation on it by the Library of Congress. You can download or read online. Every book is at least 100 years old. You might find others as well. I've found lots of history of towns and places as well. All the censuses are there as well, but you search them the same way you would do the old mircofilm machines. You need to know about where someone lived and go thru the census for that area one page at a time. Any way good luck and happy hunting.
|paul & teresa (martin) goodwin||Aunt Marie|
Thanks for taking the picture of Aunt Marie stone for my family. We live in Alabama so it is hard to get to Maine and visit our family graves.
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