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I love walking, photography and preserving the past. I am a volunteer helping to locate and document the burial locations of Vermont Civil War soldiers.|
I believe that memorials should be in the hands of family. If you would like me to transfer a memorial to you, please contact me.
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What a wonderful surprise to see an email saying you had found the gravestone I had been searching for!
Thank you so much for taking the time and making the effort to find, photograph and upload TJ Martin's gravestone. I live out west and will never be able to go to the cemetery myself.
Added by Cole on Aug 23, 2017 5:42 PM
|Alysia||New Mount Ida|
I just noticed your note on my Find a Grave page...but I have to run to work but I will send you an email later this evening. I really appreciate you taking the time to find the Pulver/Reynolds stone for me! They are distant relatives and my family seems to have a lot of old photos of John Pulver, so I really appreciate this so much. My husband mentioned someone was looking for some stones back in the cemetery. I will check out the names later tonight. Take care!
Added by Alysia on Aug 23, 2017 4:39 AM
Thanks so much for adding the photo of his footstone with the dates on it!!! Do you happen to know if his wife Ruth was there as well? Thanks again...
Added by Alysia on Aug 23, 2017 4:29 AM
|Gary||Constantine, Rose Grasso and Nancy DiChello|
I want to thank you for photographing Constantine, Rose Grasso and Nancy DiChello memorials at Saint Marys Cemetery and adding them to the Find a Grave web site. I truly owe you a debt of gratitude for your efforts on this.
Added by Gary on Aug 22, 2017 2:11 PM
|Steven Wiezbicki||Priv. Benjamin N. Hoag, Co.C, 169th N.Y. Infantry Regiment|
Thanks for the great photos of Benjamin's headstone, Heidi!
HOAG, BENJAMIN N. - Age, 29 years. Enlisted, September 6, 1862, at Hoosick, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. C, October 6, 1862; mustered out with company, July 19, 1865, at Raleigh, N. C.
- Steve Wiezbicki, Historian of the 169th N.Y.
|A. Masi||RE: DiTallo at All Saints Cemetery|
Thanks for the transfers Heidi!
Added by A. Masi on Aug 17, 2017 10:18 PM
|Steven Wiezbicki||Priv. John S. Martenett (aka Martinette), Co. C, 169th N.Y.|
Thanks for the great photo of Herman's headstone, Heidi!
- Steven Wiezbicki, Historian of the 169th N.Y.
|Karen A.||Clarissa Tuttle Alling 76933414|
Thank you for the unexpected transfer. I have added some updates and links. The person I am actually researching is Merritt Alling b. 1817 in New Haven and died 1890 in Warren County NY. I created a memorial for him, but have not yet managed to locate names of his parents. I thought Clarissa's husband, Merritt who died in 1870 might be my Merritt's father that does not appear to be the case.
Added by Karen A. on Aug 07, 2017 8:53 PM
|MG||Frank Gainley Headstone Pic|
Thank you so much for adding pics to my GGG GFathers memorial page. It's gorgeous!
Added by MG on Jul 29, 2017 1:01 PM
|Patty Krueger||RE: Henry N Taft|
Hi - I found his tombstone photo in my latest set so loaded that for your reference. Not sure if some is cut off at the bottom. Did not come across Elizabeth so far. Henry was in a section w/other military folks and one person markers rather than family tombstones.
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