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|Stan Garrity (#47147857)|
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The older the cemetery the better. Let me know if I can help you.|
I also do research on vitals records out of New Hampshire.
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Thank you for making the edits so quickly, as always. It is really appreciated!
|Matthew Richards||Jay Brian Cagan|
Hi Stan. I uploaded a photo of the Hebrew side of the headstone for Jay Brian Cagan and wrote down the row number. Would be great if you could move your picture back to the top.
|June S||RE: Richard Seaward|
No I didn't meet the homeowner. TY
Added by June S on Feb 01, 2017 8:17 AM
|Douglas Hardy||relations of George A. Jacobs|
Hi, Stan: You have Eva Jane (Jacobs) Gale (1859-1914) listed as both a sibling and a child. I believe her to be only a sibling. Thanks, Doug Hardy
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||46068869|
I thought of an easy way to determine if we are related. Memorial 46068869 is for my Garrity great-great-grandmother.
There are also links to her siblings.
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||41913581|
ummmm, you knew about the tier system at Old Centre in 2009. Okay, so we've both slept since then. Seriously, we couldn't find Anna Page so her stone must be underground or one was never erected or it is illegible,
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||Old Centre Cemetery, Deerfield, NH|
Stan, Old Centre Cemetery uses a tier system of dividing the cemetery. Can you tell me how to locate tier I? Thanks muchly, Alice
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||garrity ancestors|
Do you happen to have Canadian born Garrity ancestors, particularly Owen Garrity/Garity and siblings who emigrated to the US and Wisconsin? I'm a descendent of Bridgit Garrity and John Heath, Jefferson County, Sullivan WI.
|A. Nelson||Frederick and Nancy Stark|
|acoustic shadow||Lieutenant Charles W Walker|
According to all sources, including the "Revised Register of Soldiers & Sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion" (Ayling ©1895), Lieutenant Charles W Walker, Co B, 2nd NHVI, died on June 21, 1861; not June 25. FYI.
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