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BERKSHIRE - TWO HUNDRED YEARS IN PICTURES 1961 illustrated by Norman Rockwell|
Lord, help me dig into the past
and sift the sand of time
that I might find the roots that make
this family tree of mine.
Lord, help me trace the ancient roads
on which my fathers trod
and led them through so many lands
to find our present sod
Lord, help me find an ancient book
or dusty manuscript,
that's safely hidden now away
in some forgotten crypt.
Lord, let it bridge the gaps that haunt
my soul when I can't find,
this missing link between a name
that ends the same as mine.
- Robert Wood
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I noticed that you're related to the Pelletreau family from New York. This is also part of my family. Would love to make the connection!
|JP Rayder||RE: Evergreens Cemetery|
I'm happy to have helped, I got help from the Cemetery historian who was interested with Daniel Applegate story.....JP
|Lesley Maple||Isaac Humphrey|
I walked Meeting House Hill Cemetery twice and I couldn't find his grave. Next time I'm there (it's only a block from my house) I'll try again just in case my husband and I missed it but I'm guessing his gravestone is one of the ones that is unreadable or his grave is unmarked.
|Aruyana||RE: Lyman Agnew|
The article "Wore Husbands Suit While Washing Dress" appeared in the Wilkes Barre Times Leader on Wednesday, March 16, 1921 on page 6, columns 6 and 7.
Added by Aruyana on Apr 24, 2015 11:49 AM
|Warren Cheever||Mabel Bump McIntyre|
Mabel Bump, wife of Hiram McIntyre, buried in Alander Cementery in Mount Washington was born November 4, 1862 in Arlington, Vermont and died May 4, 1934 in Sunderland Vermont. (5 1/2 years before I was born). Her parents were Clark Bump and Frances McDonald. After Hiram died, she married John Delaney of Arlington, Vermont and had at least 2 sons, Martin Richard Delaney and John L. Delaney. I have no records of children with Hiram McIntyre. Warren R. Cheever
Please make request for other members besides Katherine, especially those not buried in 46 D J 8. Will not promise to do unless they show up on my printout
|BIRDMAN||RE: Charles J Kelsey 1847-1864 Memorial # 47118072|
As you may have seen in my bio, I could care less about the ridiculous "guidelines Find A Grave has for memorial transfers. I am pleased to give these memorials a more fitting ownership any time someone has more of a claim that I do.
I am happy to make this transfer for you.
All the best,
Added by BIRDMAN on Oct 18, 2014 6:21 AM
|Roibeard||RE: Holy Sepulchre Cemetery|
It's a pleasure taking photos like this.
Added by Roibeard on Oct 28, 2013 8:56 PM
|psc||RE: Keesler/Palmer Grave|
I appreciate your leaving a message and you're very welcome!
Added by psc on Jul 27, 2013 2:29 PM
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Spencer's Corners Cemetery - Millerton, NY|
You are quite welcome, glad I could be of help.
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