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I became interested in Find A Grave when I was looking for information about a friend's son that died many years ago. To my surprise Find A Grave came up with his headstone. After telling my friend about this way of memorializing her son, she gave me a photograph to upload. Of course I had to become a member to add it, so I did. After browsing through the site I realized the value, added some ancestor's graves that I had wanted to see for years and requested photos. I was overjoyed when Laurie LaPage fulfilled my request. I am hoping that this tool will help me to find some missing ancestors, memorialize those that I find and allow me to help others find clues to their ancestors.|
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Hi Dede, Good to meet you and put a face to the name! I think I got all the transfers you asked about taken care of. Just let me know if any didn't go through. Hope to see you again at the museum. Robert
|Melissa Beecher Hensen||Hazel M|
For sure she is not buried in meeting house. I have left a message for John O'Conner to further investigate where she is buried. I will keep my eyes out for her in other cemeteries.
|KL Aguilar & PA Willis||RE: Wilfred & Phyllis Harold|
|KL Aguilar & PA Willis||Wilfred & Phyllis Harold|
Could you please transfer these two people to us? I have family that I would like to link to them. Our member number is 12203516.
Thank you for creating their memorials!
I meant 2nd to ask but after paying attention to the bio you added, I see you already knew.
Added by Red on Jun 30, 2013 3:29 PM
|Red||RE: Fr Larry Lossing|
Pull up someone with the same last name, then to the left in the 'actions' section you'll see find all with that last name in same cemetery, same town, same state or Findagrave.
Once it shows you the results, you can see who has been added in the last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days, etc. on the top right where the tab says Name.
The Lossing family name is unique and there are not many on the website. I have been researching my family for quite sometime and search at least once a week for the last name. We can all be traced back to Peter Lassingh in New York.
Another thing about Fr Larry, he was the second married man to become a Catholic priest. Red
Added by Red on Jun 30, 2013 3:27 PM
|Lili Marlene Dawson||RE: Treffle J. Berube 75673816|
Yes I can see both Treffle and Grace Berube. Thanks, again, so Very Very Much !!!
|Lili Marlene Dawson||Treffle Berube|
Thanks so very much for your help in photoing the grave stone of our father. We could see Memes,Grace Berubes stone but not Pepes.
|Laurie LaPage||RE: Alice Crooks McIntosh|
You are very welcome...I don't know how I missed that side of the Crooks monument the first time I was there. The footstone was difficult to read because of that gold colored moss (which is taking over many of the gravestones in our local cemeteries!). I see that Alice died very young...I'm figuring following childbirth? So many women of that era did...I also see that her child did survive and lived a long life.
Let me know if there are any other stones in the Malone area that you need photographing. Take care, Laurie
|Lynda S. Wise||Ernest Wm. Gautier|
Thank you for the up-date on Senator Gautier. Would you know if Anne Sams is his wife? I would like to link them if she is.
Welcome to findagrave!
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