|William Quigley||Sarah and Nathaniel Page|
Good Afternoon Mr. Young,
Just a short note to say thank you for the photos of my ancestors gravestones. They are terrific. Thank you again
William A. Quigley
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Sally Bean Andrews|
Gary, Thanks for speedy processing of my request. Looks very cold, but beautiful. I am in Kansas & very cold 17 degrees but only a light dusting of snow last night not like New Hampshire. I appreciate your help on the Andrews sites. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Noah Tyler Andrews|
Thanks for beautiful photos on above site. Is his wife Sarah Bean Andrews buried here? I moved her to this cemetery thinking she was with Noah. I appreciate your time in visiting and photoing the Andrews Plot. It sure looks COLD there. Richard
|Bob Brien||Dudley Bailey|
Thank you very much for posting the gravestone photo for Dudley Bailey at Pine Grove Cemetery in Warner NH. I have transferred the memorial to the correct cemetery.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Almira R. Andrews Harriman|
Thanks so much for the beautiful photos on the above site. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing her gravesite this cold winter day. Richard.
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Thank You|
Gary, thanks so much for the photo of Julie M Finnigan Durgin's headstone. I really appreciate all your help and time. Additionally, it would be wonderful if you claimed the open photo request for her husband, Fred, who is still open and place the same photo on his memorial.
Thanks again, Lauren
|rober l miller||RE: p.watson|
Hay Gary, Thanks for thinking of my request and thanks again for your help with the cemetery. You know all we have to go on that our loved ones are there is the list on Find A Grave. Too many time we find that markers are not available for one reason or another unknown to us. It a shame but those lost markers are the only tangable link we hope to have to distant past. Of coarse I never knew the Watson family but they touched my blood line. My mother was a Sargent. Thanks Again, Bob Miller (TX)