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KSBlack (#48143553)
 member for 3 years, 2 months, 26 days
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I am a professional genealogist and retired chemical engineer. I also volunteer at the New England Historic Genealogical Society in Boston, and the Connecticut Historical Society in Hartford.
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RE: re: Mallory & Johnson headstones
I do recall talking to you about the two George Mallorys back then...good to find them, but always such an honorable sadness about military fallen...and then George, Senior ~ I added a list of survivors from his obit to memorial page.
Added by CryptoGram on Jun 12, 2016 6:07 AM
Pat Rogers
Wrong parents...
Hi Kathy, had written some time ago, about correcting the parents of Nathaniel on this grave.I also sent the reasons for it as well some time ago... If you like and I can do it, Id be happy to fix it for you. Don't mean to sound impatient,but the longer it stays incorrect, the longer people have the wrong information. If I am wrong please let me know, but I've done extensive research and sent you that info. as to my findings.Thank you for your attention to this once again... Regards,Pat
Added by Pat Rogers on Jun 02, 2016 9:21 PM
Perry W. Caldwell
RE: John Randolph Washburn stone
You are very welcome. Sorry the pictures didn't come out better but the marble stone is very hard to photograph.
Added by Perry W. Caldwell on Apr 15, 2016 8:05 AM
Alycia K
RE: Peck headstones
If you are talking about the white stone, yeah, it must have looked sparkly and wonderful when new but it was soft. I think the acid rain in the 70s must have done a real number on those stones, finished a lot of them off. One sexton told me it was called "Georgia stone" and that Boston and Vermont stone were much more expensive (apparently it's hard to get Boston stone now) and much more durable.
Added by Alycia K on Nov 18, 2015 6:06 AM
Sheilia W.
The information you sent, for which thanks, came in 2 emails; the edits that came through the edit system just said, " no change," so accepting them seemed pointless. Hope this clarifies your, "huh?"
Added by Sheilia W. on Nov 03, 2015 10:44 AM
Jaci Coleman
RE: Abel Turney stone
Success! Cropping did the trick.
Added by Jaci Coleman on Oct 28, 2015 7:13 AM
Jaci Coleman
RE: Abel Turney stone
KS, I've been unable to rotate the photo. It's right-side up in my camera and on my desktop, but for some reason Find-a-Grave displays it sideways. I have deleted it and re-added it, and it still shows sideways. I'm sorry I can't fix this for you.
Jaci C.
Added by Jaci Coleman on Oct 27, 2015 2:54 PM
Jean Whitney
Sarah Bulkley
Just in case you didn't get my email, Sarah Bullkley is buried under Sally, not Sarah, I did some research and I will go up today and take the photo for you. Also of her husband Andrew in case you also want that one. jhw
Added by Jean Whitney on Oct 20, 2015 8:07 AM
Joy Edwards Woodruff
RE: Hoag family stone
Done! Happy to do it for you! :)
Added by Joy Edwards Woodruff on Oct 12, 2015 7:19 PM
J. Fenn- Lawson
RE: Sandy Hook cemetery
You're welcome. There are other members of the Botsford family in this cemetery. Let me know if you are looking for anyone else. JIM
Added by J. Fenn- Lawson on Oct 12, 2015 4:21 PM
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