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Jo Anne Snow (#47958859)
 member for 4 years, 4 months, 15 days
Chip5610
RE: Thank You!
Ah, the descriptions are clear: I see what you meant. It would be great if on the ground the border was clear. The road between them is not actually the border. LOL!

Added by Chip5610 on Jul 10, 2016 12:30 PM

Chip5610
RE: Thank You!
Hi Jo Anne. Thanks for the praise. They do not share ownership. The Old Graveyard is owned by the town. Central Cemetery is owned by the Central Cemetery Association. I'll review and update!

Added by Chip5610 on Jul 10, 2016 12:27 PM

TeamScanlon
Snow connection to Mayflower ancestor Peter Brown
Hi Jo Anne
I was at Melrose Cemetery (Brockton, MA) today taking some family and findagrave,com photos today. Discovered The gravesite of Elmer Merton Leonard and posted it. But now, I am wondering if you found my husband's brother's grave (which I could not find). His name was Warren Francis Leonard and he was born and died in 1941. The office was closed when I was there, so I was unsuccessful with this grave. I am going to send you an ancestry invite. My husband connects back to Peter Brown, as well as John Alden and William Mullins. You may have those same connections too. If you would like to see our tree, send me an email or ancestor user ID.
Best Regards,
Cheryl Leonard

Added by TeamScanlon on Jul 30, 2015 7:45 PM

Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.
RE: Shiloh Cemetery
Thanks again for the transfer of memorials at Shiloh. I have added links and what info. I could find to them. Some I didn't know much about but every little bit helps I guess. More news about the flooding in your state this morning on TV. Hopefully the weather will change soon and Texas will see the sun shine so those affected can start recovering from their losses. Take care, Farm Girl from MO.

Added by Devastated Land Owner in ... on May 29, 2015 7:17 AM

Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.
RE: Shiloh Cemetery
After looking at some of the memorials you have at Shiloh I see they are for some of the Gilbreath and Carpenter families and both are relatives of my husbands. I would be happy to manage them if you would like to transfer them to me. Thanks so much for all your help. Hope you have not been affected by the flooding that we have been hearing about on the news. It has been rather wet here as well but nothing like what your state is experiencing.

Added by Devastated Land Owner in ... on May 27, 2015 8:46 PM

K O'Brien
RE: Old Graveyard 1683
I don't know who maintains the cemetery, but I would contact the Old Bridgewater Historical Society (http://oldbridgewater.org/) and see if they know. You could also contact the Town Office for Bridgewater.

My family is buried there also and I spent an afternoon looking for grave stones. I visit the cemetery when I visit my relatives. It *is* amazing that it is still there, but if you think about it there was so much history there it doesn't surprise me there are still records.
Kathy

Added by K O'Brien on Feb 23, 2015 10:33 AM

Sandra Lennox
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 43937846
Yes, you may use all of the photos on
Rebecca's memorial if you wish.
Thank you for asking.
Take Care,
Sandy

Added by Sandra Lennox on Feb 21, 2015 6:46 PM

Nancy Meadows
RE: Thank you!
Please use any of my photos for anything you would like - no credit needed!

Added by Nancy Meadows on Jan 04, 2015 10:52 AM

Nancy Meadows
RE: Thank you!
Hi Jo Anne,
Thanks very much for your kind words. It really does my heart good when I hear from someone that I could help. A friend and I located, with some difficulty, the Surber stones. We were told what property it was on, and walked and walked and had given up and leaving when the current landowner came home and took us right to them. It's all pasture, but up a very steep hill, and we had been looking too far north. Anyway, we probed the area thoroughly and unearthed everything we could find. Being underground helped preserve the stones, and once the dirt dries, it's not too difficult to brush it off. I carry an old paintbrush just for that purpose. We found several fieldstones in the same area, space as if marking graves, but of course no idea who they were.
Thanks again for writing, and Happy 2015!

Added by Nancy Meadows on Dec 31, 2014 3:29 PM

Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.
RE: How Do You Do IT?
You click on where it says "Help with Find A Grave" and scroll down to where it tells you how to link memorials together. There is a long list of numbers and letters that you can copy and paste in the bio. area. You must add the memorial number where the "X's" are and the name of the person where the word "Name" is. As far as I know you can only include them in the bio. area. I don't know if they will work when added with a photo and since this is bio. info. I don't think they should be included with a flower since only personal notes should be added that way. Hope this helps. Let me know if you cannot figure out all this.

Added by Devastated Land Owner in ... on Aug 03, 2013 7:49 AM

KQB
Elijah Atterberry
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial. Normally I would offer to transfer, but on this one it is my direct lineage. I'm currently deep in research on another branch of my family (a huge and complex one), but my next major project is trying to trace Elijah's descendants. I'm guessing you and I are cousins on some distant level, and once I begin on the Atterberry line I would like to compare our different branches.

In the meantime, feel free to contact me through FindaGrave or the e-mail in my profile for anything about the branch of the family that only made it 40 miles from where he is buried.

Note: I'm currently trying to get permission to put up a fence to keep the cows off of the headstones and maybe stand them up and turn it back into a recognizable cemetery.

Added by KQB on Jan 18, 2013 7:42 AM

Anonymous1
Online MO Death Certificates
Did you know that MO has its death records from 1910-1961 online? You can find Laura Snow, her husband, and other relatives there. http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/

Added by Anonymous1 on Oct 30, 2012 5:15 PM

 
 

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