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|find this very rewarding. when I go to a cemetary I look for 'my folk ' and then others with similar names. alot of the memorials posted by me that have limited info are those folk. maybe your family so send me any info to add, I can even transfer the memorial to you. Live in the merrimack valley area of massachusetts so as I go to the smaller cemetaries more photos will be added. Keep your loved ones "as close as a button on your shirt" they are alive as long as we remember|
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|Ric Noble||Nictaux Cemetery|
Re your memorial #92603371 for Amelia Brown, wife of James, I found an obit for her. You can copy and paste this to the memorial.
Christian Messenger Wednesday, 09 February, 1876 Page 47
At Torbrook, Jan. 24th, Amelia Brown, beloved wife of Mr. James Brown, aged 69 years, leaving an afflicted husband and seven children with many sorrowing friends. Sister Brown united with the Church of Christ many years ago, and continued to walk in fellowship with God and his people till the Master called her home. Her faith in God was strong. Her remains were taken into the Meeting House at Torbrook, where Rev. W.G. Parker preached an appropriate discourse from the words Jesus wept. The body was then interred in Nictaux cemetery. May God verify the promise to the afflicted ones. My grace shall be sufficient for you. -- Com. by Rev. W.J. Blakeney.
|Ric Noble||James Brown - Nictaux Cemetery.|
I see you have a memorial # 92603331 for James Brown.
Here is an obit for him, you can copy and paste to his bio.
Christian Messenger Wednesday, 15 August 1883 Page 8
At Torbrook, Nictaux, July 24th, brother James Brown, aged 87 years. Brother Brown made a profession of his faith in Christ, and was baptized by Rev. I.E. Bill, about thirty-four years ago. He united with the Nictaux Church, continuing a faithful member until death. Four sons and three daughters are left to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate father. His trust in God was strong; to him death had no sting, the grave no victory. He sleeps in Jesus. A large number were in attendance at the burial, the sermon was preached by the writer, W.J. Blakeney.
|Ric Noble||Waldo Brown - Nictaux cemetery|
I see you have made a memorial for the above named person. His name was actually Waldo John Drew. There is a memorial for him in Nictaux cemetery under the Drew name. So you should maybe delete your memorial.
|osengineer3||RE: J C Graves|
I've added his wife to his memorial. Thanks.
|Lenny Dodge||Old Holy Trinity Church Photo|
I noticed that you placed the photo of the Old Holy Trinity Church photo onto the Pine Grove Cemetery memorial page. These are two separate cemetery across from one another. And to make matters worse there is two cemeteries for the Old Holy Trinity Church Cemetery. I have asked for the later situation to be corrected from Find A Grave.
Old Holy Trinity Church Cemetery
Holy Trinity Church Cemetery
So please would you kindly remove the photo of the Old Trinity Church Photo from the Pine Grove Cemetery memorial page so we can clear up any confusions as to the identities of these two cemeteries.
|Denise||RE: Luther Blood 1893 Groton|
This is really interesting. Not only does he have a headstone in both the Groton Cemetery (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=86893663) and the Old Burying Ground (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=84749359). Looking at the photo you just added to his memorial in the Groton Cemetery. His daughter, Sally E., and Son, Calvin also have headstones in both cemeteries.
It is possible when his wife died in 1865 and was buried in Groton Cemetery the other names were added to the large headstone. Making it a cenotaph for those 3 names. However, we will probably never know.
Please add that photo to Sally E. and Calvins memorial, since there names are clearly on that stone. Also there should be a note added to these 3 memorials that there is another headstone in the Old Burying Ground too.
Added by Denise on Jan 20, 2014 6:31 PM
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Angelo J. Leno|
Thanks for the photo
|Karen Ayers Weir||RE: wood photos|
awesome, please do
|Karen Ayers Weir||cornelious wood|
thanks very much for the tombstone picture
|BLS||Nova Scotia photos|
You did a great job with the photos from Nova Scotia! It is so wonderful to be able to "visit" a cemetery so far away. Thanks so much. BLS
Added by BLS on Jun 22, 2012 11:50 PM
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