|Robert Hall (#47175210)|
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I usually add data from the person's obituary, if available, as that is the information the person's family selected to be publicly displayed as the person's memorial and image. Next the federal and state census records may provide the only remaining conveniently accessible source data on non famous persons and thus I try to add when possible, after all, not all persons were, as Rudyard Kipling put it, 'Captains and Kings'. Plus in the future if a descendant wishes to research further, the pure factual data currently available is here for them to use as a starting point. All my photos may be used as wanted as I took them to share; source credit would be appreciated. Please feel free to add your photos if you have a picture of the person or if you have a picture of the monument taken at a different time of day that shows it more clearly. Please advise any additions or corrections with the 'edit tab'. Your research is welcome ! I will transfer any memorials of your relatives if requested except my family tree. |
Incidentally, I'm a trustee of Black Point Cemetery in Scarborough, Maine.
Surnames in my & spouse's direct lines include
Hall- Ireland & England
McKeon & Burke - Ireland
Bodecker - German states (pre-unification) to New Jersey
Schleunig or VonSchleunig - German states (pre-unification) to New Jersey
How- colonial New England and England
Prout- colonial New England and England
Sicard- Quebec,Canada to New England
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|E Malcolm||RE: Memorial Duplication|
Hi Robert, thanks for pointing out that 121865719 is a duplicate of Memorial page 88400042. Since my Memorial page is the older one, you may request that #121865719 be removed. thanks, Esther
|Bob McLellan||RE: Armstrong|
Thank you very much for the transfer of Lester Armstrong.
Robet, Could you please take a look at your pending edits. I know you have entered quite a number of our veterans, and I have come across several that I have entered additional info on. Thanks so much.
Added by NoraK on Jun 08, 2017 4:28 AM
Please note that the memorial you entered #152799381 is interred at Sebago Lake Village Cemetery with her spouse. I have added a photo and an edit linking she and her spouse. Could you please make the change. Thanks so much.
Added by NoraK on May 31, 2017 7:41 AM
|NoraK||RE: RE 16861822|
Sorry Robert. The memorial # is 168618222.
Added by NoraK on Apr 22, 2017 9:27 AM
Please note That the above Veteran's internment is at Riverside Cemetery,Cape Elizabeth,Cumberland,Maine. Photos of his memorial and his wife's memorial have been added to your entry. Thank you for your work.
Added by NoraK on Apr 22, 2017 5:10 AM
Thank you so much for such a prompt reply.
Once can only hope. Oh well. Again Thanks
Added by Phyllis on Apr 19, 2017 4:49 PM
Re: Mary Dyer 57211187 Brown Hill Cemetery.
S. Portland Maine
Thank you for taking the photo on the above
memorial. Is there anything hown below the
age of 63? I am hoping to get an estimate
date of birth. I hope you will reply. Thanking
you in advance.
Added by Phyllis on Apr 19, 2017 4:01 PM
|Elizabeth Taylor||RE: POOLE FAMILY RESEARCH|
Thank you, very much, Robert!
|Elizabeth Taylor||POOLE FAMILY RESEARCH|
Please send me an e-mail if you or anyone you know is doing research on the Pooles or is an descendant, like me. I would like to know if Abijah Poole is related to James Poole, wife of Eunice who is buried in this cemetery. I am trying to verify that their child William, born in 1804 is my 3rd great grandfather who married Mary Catherine Cotten in S.C. in 1824. William Laurens Poole was born in Portland, Maine in 1804. He and Mary lived in Charleston, S.C. and moved to New Orleans, LA where they died. They had 6-7 children. Liz Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
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