|F. Emerson-Zipeto (#46794135)|
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I've been researching our family history for over 25 years. And with the help by many great people I have been able to find information on my ancestors.|
I hope by volunteering to take photos and adding memorials from our local cemeteries, I can pass on the kindness that I've received and give the same joy and help to others gathering family.
Please submit any additions,corrections, biographies, family links or requests for transfer to me under "edit" and "suggest a correction" on the memorial site.
If you find a family member that I made a memorial for and it does not have a photo, I will go to the cemetery and add it upon request (weather permitting).
I will also gladly transfer memorials if they are not linked to my family.
Memorials with *NR at the bottom of their memorial are not related to me.
I welcome new information, pictures and any corrections. I will make corrects as soon as I am able to. Please re message me if it's not done. Thank you.
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|VF||Luke Cross Emerson|
Hi~ His brother, Sargent Rogers Emerson was my 2x great grandfather. Wondering if/how we might be related. I wonder, too, if you could post a photo sometime of his grave. It may be too old to photograph. I have pictures of Sargent and his family and copies of a few letters he wrote home while in the Civil War. I love to share with new "cousins" I find. Luke's Find A Grave memorial # is: 88867137, if that helps. Hope to hear from you. My email address is: email@example.com Would enjoy hearing what you have on the family history. Valeen Fryer
Added by VF on Apr 30, 2017 2:39 PM
|Russell Dorr||Scrambled Info|
We corresponded years ago, but I noticed that the info at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=57246295 has its "sibling data" somehow all scrambled up. The bio you have for Sophie Augustine Deslauriers Taber includes all the correct information. Perry O. West became Percy O. West as one example. Please feel free to write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ivy Regazzi||Ciardulli Family|
Thank you for maintaining the site for the Ciardulli family in Nogales. As my Aunt and I were reading we discovered that you had some questions about our family. We are the Nieces Of Lucy Ciardulli. My Aunt is Biagio's daughter and I am his grand daughter. How can we help will any questions you may have? There are some wholes on the Ciardulli side. Lucy & Thomas had 3 Children. Biagio, Marion and Peter. Uncle Peter is alive and living in New York. Also Biagio and Josephine had 11 grandchildren at the time of their passing. My self being one of them. What is your lineage to Grace Cinicolo and or Lucy Ciardulli?
Ivy Ciardulli Regazzi
|Dan35984||Anderson Miner & Ellen Hargate Miner|
I was very excited to find further possible info for Elizabeth Hargate MINER, Birth: Oct. 2, 1834;
Death: Mar. 12, 1922. You may know that Elizabeth is buried at Valley Cemetery in Manchester, NH, with the name Elizabeth Hargate, near her parents, William and Ellen Hargate, her sister Ellen Hargate, and 2 of her brothers, William and Thomas Hargate.
You may also be familiar with their HARGATE tombstone and graves, as are also posted on Find A Grave. The tombstone is an impressive tall, 4-sided one that has her parents names on one side, her 2 brothers on another side, and she and her sister Ellen on another side. I prefer to use email than writing in this Find A Grave message system: My email is email@example.com .
I've only recently been researching this line of Hargates, as I search for links to my partner's 3rd Grt Grandmother, Sena Hargate (1818-1909), in El Dorado, KS. There may be a connection for her to this line from England. I had found quite a lot of records for most of the others in this family. But had just gotten started on Ellen and Elizabeth. I had assumed that she had never married, since her engraved info has her listed as Hargate. Much like her sister Ellen, who was single all her life. I saw that sister Ellen had lived, or boarded with the Miner family in 1870, but hadn't found that "Lizzie" Miner was her sister. And now I find Anderson Miner as "Divorced" in 1900. So I am now able to connect a few more "dots" to complete this puzzle. Do you know any more about these Hargates?
Thanks for any info you may have.
Added by Dan35984 on Oct 18, 2016 8:06 AM
|Dan35984||Anderson Miner & Ellen Hargate Miner|
I was very excited to find further possible info for Elizabeth Hargate, Birth: Oct. 2, 1834;
Death: Mar. 12, 1922.
Elizabeth is buried at Valley Cemetery in Manchester, NH, near her parents, William and Ellen Hargate, her sister Ellen Hargate, and 2 of her brothers, William and Thomas Hargate.
I've only recently been researching this line of Hargates. I had found quite a lot of records for most of the others in this family. But had just gotten started on ELlen and Elizabeth. I had assumed that she had never married, since her engraved info has her listed
Added by Dan35984 on Oct 17, 2016 1:39 PM
|Caitlin Frazier||Thank you!|
I just saw the additional pictures on my Papa's page... thank you so much, Faye! I cannot begin to explain how happy this makes me. I'd love to stay in touch with you. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org :) I can't wait to show my Dad these pictures, they will make him so happy. His misses his mom & dad so much.
I took photos of several Delorey graves at St. Francis Xavier in Weymouth, but am not sure they are your relative.
If you would like to send me your email address, I can let you decide.
Added by Janice on Aug 28, 2016 8:16 AM
|Caitlin Frazier||Frazier Memorials|
Hi there, I just came across my grandparents pages (Joan M. Kelley Frazier & Eugene B. Frazier) and I saw you contributed a photograph of them from younger years that I've never seen before. Are you related? I'd love to chat with you about any information you have on my grandparents or where you located that photograph. I loved them so much & miss them daily.
|Sandra Milburn Vallance||Clement Minor|
This memorial is in twice they need to be combined and one removed. #71584544 & 115773467
|Jack Parker||RE: Beal family|
Lol, I haven't been "looking" for them since that first day when I did in October. I've just been photographing every stone and they happen to be in the final section of the cemetery. Sorry it took so long.
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