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Hello, my name is Karen Gismondi. I am born and raised in Rhode Island with my maiden name being Longwill. I came across Find A Grave because I have been looking for my father, William James Longwill. I never knew him, and I was never told much about him. I am guessing he may have been from RI because that is my native state. He was a SSGT in Vietnam and lived from 1952(3)-2005. He had a brother whom I knew as Uncle Eddie who was married for a time and was raising my cousin Little Eddie. I don't want to intrude or cause any upheaval. I have always felt the pain of not knowing where I come from. I just want to understand my roots.|
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|Virginia Meadowcroft||Whipple infant at Knight Hill Road Lot|
I believe I neglected to thank you for the photo you took of the Whipple infant headstone at Knight Hill Road. I do appreciate the comment you attached to the photo. Thank you and good luck with your searches.
Thank You so much for taking the photos of the Paul Plante grave at St Patrick's in Burrillville. I appreciate your time and kindness. Paul's memorial has 2 photos of the back of the stone and his wife, Marie Olympe Berube Plante has just the front. I was wondering if you would correct that so they each have a front and back photo. If not too much trouble would you also add the photos to the others listed on the stone. They all have memorial's already made. Godfred, Henry ,Mabel, Theresa, Alfred, Barbara, & Henry W.
Thank You also for my other request of Louise Pelletier Berube, a sister to my great-grandmother. I am putting in a request for her husband Alfred, daughters Emma R Bernard & Alice Smith, son John E. and his 2 wives Myria and Magnolia Berube that are also in that photo. Thank You so much. That photo helped me find more info about my family.
Added by LMR on Apr 30, 2013 9:49 PM
|R Moore||RE: Re: Photos|
First, welcome to Find A Grave. It is very additicting. My husband used to begrudgingly tag along with me when I first started photographing, and he is now hooked on it also. Now it is a great past time that we both enjoy and we do it almost every week end in good weather.
The photo requests can be hit or miss. We have spent hours looking for certain head stones to no avail. With that in mind, I no longer claim a request until I actually have the photo. It also helps if you can find a list of plot/row numbers for the cemeteries you are working in. I have found some on line and have also gotten a few from the cemetery commission.
Good luck with your work. If I can help in any way, just ask.
Added by R Moore on Apr 02, 2013 2:47 PM
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