|Linda Shepard Salzer (#48123134)|
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|I originally became interested in genealogy in the 1970s, but have taken long breaks from working on it. Recently resumed. This seems like a way to help others and pay tribute to those who came before.|
Feel free to respectfully use photos I post on this site. Happy to transfer.
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|Judy Kerr Stewart||Photo|
Thanks for the photo of my great-uncle's headstone - George E Wright. Quick work.
|Janice Hollandsworth||Julius Barnovitch|
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo for me. I appreciate it.
|Norman Dodge||Find A Grave photos for # 140941415 and # 140941622|
Thank you Lynda for finding this memorial and posting a photo for both Brenda and Dorothy. # 140941415 and # 140941622
|Laurie Kearney||Priscilla Landick|
You are the first message I got through the edits window, and I don't know how to find your orginial message!!!
Anyhow, the Wyoming Cemetery in Melrose gave me the plot....its on Priscilla's page....and the folks at the Library sent me a map. On a nice day in January....can you believe that?...nice day in January in Massachusetts!.... my husband and I came up to photograph a few headstone. We could not find a stone for this family.
Priscilla, and her parents, Philip & Mabel. They should all be together. I reached out to another Find A Grave member, who is Phil & Mabel's grandson-in-law to see if he knew anything about a stone.....no answer yet.
So I am not sure if I had the wrong spot, or if there is no stone. If you are local to Melrose, perhaps you could solve that mystery....otherwise I'll take another trip to Melrose sometime this spring!
|Ralph Gowen||Dodge headstone|
Thank you for the picture of their headstone!
Thank you so much for the additional information. I didn't realize that!
Added by Magnolia on Apr 02, 2017 3:20 PM
|Magnolia||Elizabeth Ann Weller|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the grave stone at the site of the burial place of Elizabeth Weller. Am I correct in that this means her family probably couldn't afford a burial plot for her and some family friend offered their's or could there be another reason? I would assume that burial land would have been expensive in Boston then as well as now. Thank you again!
Added by Magnolia on Apr 02, 2017 10:12 AM
|Lois Cohen||Minnie Pimentel|
Thank you so much for letting me know that the back of Minnie's gravestone is blank and that there is no Hebrew.
|Judy Higgins Parker||RE: Mary A Keane|
I appreciate what you did regarding the headstone and adding it to Find a Grave....I would have been clueless otherwise...
Judy Higgins Parker
|Judy Higgins Parker||Mary A Keane|
I was stunned this evening to find a memorial to my aunt, Mary A Keane and her husband, Lawrence Keane. Find a Grave states the memorial was created by you in 2013. I have been researching my father's (Mary's brother) for several years and have hit such a brick wall. I decided to switch to Aunt Mary and right away I found the memorial you created for her and Uncle Larry Keane!
I am so unable to find out where my great-grandparents came from in Ireland; I have much information but cannot find what county, etc that were born in....makes my crazy!!!
If you have anymore information on anyone else in my father's family (we are actually a very small family), I would appreciate if you shared with me more than I can say...Regards, Judy Higgins Parker
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