|Nancy Basler (#47468472)|
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I love cemeteries! |
I was raised in a house that was built during the late 1800's as a Funeral Parlor. Back then, the embalmer lived right in the house where he prepared the deceased for burial. After he passed away, the house went to two single women and stayed that way for decades.
My parents were the first people to live in the house with children. As a toddler I slept in the same room where the embalming had been done. When I was older, I slept upstairs where the bodies had been kept. It was great fun to grow up in a house that had "special features!" Growing up in a house that once had been used as a funeral parlor and for viewings was normal for me.
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|LLusk||RE: Basler photos|
You're very welcome! :)
Added by LLusk on Aug 20, 2011 2:41 PM
|rick pickwick||Luther Straw|
i am having difficulty find this grave. The caretakers do not seem to know of him either. I did find a Elvira A Straw. She is in the Beckford plot. That is where the caretakers sent me. no Luther. Do you have any more info? There is a site NHOGA.ORG. it is a grave site association. They may have some info.
|rick pickwick||marian lacerte|
i created a grave site posting for Marian S. Lacerte. She was one of the internments in the Straw-Lacerte plot in Park Cemetery. Do you want me to transfer the site to you?
|Martin Weybright||Harriet Peirce|
Hi, thanks for your message. Time is not pressing. I also have a request in for her husband, Cyrus Peirce. There are pictures of both gravestones (lot 148} at the cemetery website
|Diane Clawson||Deborah Willard Sears|
Thank you for the information.
|Kevin Avery||Paul Sears Memorial|
Thanks! Your photo of his stone is a vast improvement over what was there!
Thank you for the transfers!
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||RE: Wilder memorials|
If you wish to transfer, I would be delighted to transfer. However, they are cousins (not direct), so if you prefer to keep them, please do.
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||James Sullivan and Zipporah Eldredge Wilder|
Thank you very much for all your help!
I requested the photo before I realized that she did not have a stone at all.
I request photos on Find-A-Grave so people can take high resolution photos. Capecodgravestones.com is an old site with extremely poor resolution photos.
The Sears family is fairly well documented on Find-A-Grave, with the assistance of L Ray Sears' recent research on the family.
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