|Sharon Mooney||Joseph Longpre|
Tried to find his headstone in Mt. Elliot, but he either never got a stone or his stone is buried deep. We put a shovel into the ground on either side of Elizabeth, but did not find a stone even with the help of two of the men that were caretakers of the cemetery. It looks like someone already uploaded the headstone for Elizabeth. We took a picture of that earlier. We did call Mt. Olivet, which controls Mt. Elliot as well, and they said he was indeed buried next to Elizabeth.
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|Peter Morgan||Florence Hodgman Fletcher|
Welcome to findagrave.com I want to thank you for taking a photo of the marker of my 3rd cousin 2x removed. May I have your permission to use the photo in my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you proper credit in the caption.
P.S. If you have any questions about findagrave, let me know.
|Jan robinson||Harold Clossey|
Thanks for the photo. I appreciate your time.
|Michael Maddocks||RE: Bryant - Mt. View Cemetery in Camden, Maine|
I received you message, "I'd like to link Gilbert S Bryant as a son to Gilbert E and Christina." Could you advise of your supporting source? I do not see or find a connection. There is a picture of the stone for Gilbert S. Bryant showing he was born in 1990, and Gilbert E. Bryant died in 1984. If you look at the stone for Gilbert E. Bryant and Christina, it shows that they had a son Gilbert R. Bryant born in 1960 with no death date. Not sure who Gilbert S. is, possibly a son to Gilbert R.?
|mommycita||RE: Hannah W Tyler|
|JANIS HARRIMAN||Benjamin Crabtree|
Thank you so much for locating Ben Crabtree for me. You do a wonderful service for all of us genealogists.
|M W Bencal||Cynthia Estelle Rich Grossman|
Thank you for the email. I too love that website. I have spent the last few days looking for distant family obituaries and putting them on my tree. When I can find them, they are a great way to discover additional family names.
Your memorial for Cynthia is perfect! I realized I had not put her obituary on my tree, so I just did it.
I have had a great last 7 days finding new people and facts to add to my tree! Very exciting.
Thanks again for the email.
|RememberMe||RE: Arau photos|
The Leo you mentioned could very well be the father (1848 - 1919). If it's not those dates, it might be a son since the wife's name is a little off. The Arau's appear to be Italian immigrants so Minnie could also be some sort of Americanized name but I'm not too sure. Why don't you just create memorials for what you've found and then I can review all the names. Thanks for being such a help with all this. Kind regards.
This is a belated thank you for the Arau photos you took for me at Mount View Cem. Your time is greatly appreciated. I noticed an Arau monument in the background. If you happened to stumble across and photograph stones for Leo Joseph Arau, his wife Minnie, and a grandchild named Basil David Arau, please let me know. I will create memorials so that you can fulfill those requests. I'm not sure if they're buried there, but it seems likely. Much thanks and kind regards.
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