|Carol L (#46957236)|
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I am a southeastern Massachusetts resident. One of my favorite hobbies is genealogy!...Corrections are gladly accepted through the "Edit" tab in the upper right hand corner of the memorial. I am also a photo volunteer!|
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|deirdre brennan smeltzer||Thank You|
Thank you for taking this picture it meant a lot to me. I remember going to the grave when I was small with my parents. The information on the stone helped in my search for family. Thanks so much
|Anonymous||Dr John Henry Jennings|
Would you please consider posting your gravestone photo that appears on Dr. John Jennings' memorial to that of his wife Mary? She is on same stone. John is here:
Mary is linked to him, they married in 1847
thank you and best regards
|Ancestry/searcher||Burton H. Simmons photo|
Hi Carol, Thank you SO much for answering my photo request for Burton H. Simmons. I will be adding several more Simmons' photo requests up at Oak Grove. They are in the same block as Burton.
Thank you again.
|Vicky Bergman||Thank you!|
|Raven Davis Cotter||Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!|
Re: Helene Cusson. We've been waiting almost 10 years to see this stone. Searched for it myself many times but I don't live in the area now. So grateful my sons can see their paternal grandmother's stone and find it themselves now. May karma blow kisses upon you! ;)
|Norm D||Jude Melanson|
THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking a photo of this headstone. I appreciate so much!!
Added by Norm D on Mar 04, 2017 2:37 PM
Thanks very much for the EGGER photo--your time and efforts are greatly appreciated!
Added by Mary on Mar 01, 2017 5:11 AM
|Albert Ledoux||Alfred Moreau|
If they had the same dates, I'd be inclined to see them as dupes. But a Find A Grave member whose name I did not note indicated that "my" Alfred's real first name was Arthur. So they are likely brothers.
|Linda Bouley||Thank You|
I realy appreciate you taking a picture of my Aunt Dora's gravestone. She was my father's younger sister & a very sweet person. I'm up in western MA, so this is a big help for me.
Linda Lemieux Bouley
|Andy McKay||Philias McKay Grave|
Thank you very much for the photo!
It's funny, I used to drive by this cemetery all the time, but I had no idea how many relatives were buried there. It was only years after I left New Bedford that I really developed an interest in family history.
Again, thank you very much!
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