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GPoppa (#46925364)
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Linda L
Esther Files Heald
Thank you for the transfer. I genuinely thank you for your pictures and research. Sincerely, Linda L.
Added by Linda L on Sep 18, 2017 9:54 AM
Linda L
RE: Thomas George Heald
Thank you so much for the superb research you did. I have rewritten it in a way that reads easier. If you prefer your way, please add your research to his bio. Otherwise, you can add the following.

Thomas George Heald was born on Aug 11, 1883, in Newark, NJ, to parents William Heald and Mary H. Sykes (Source:From the New Jersey Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931 ). His WWII Draft registration, dated Sep 12, 1918, lists Esther Hannah Files, his wife. They were residing in Brooklyn, NY.

Thomas George Heald married a second time to Geneva Belle Gorsuch in May 1961, Pinellas County, FL. (Source;From Florida Marriage Indexes, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001).

Added by Linda L on Sep 18, 2017 8:36 AM

All my transcription, unless I photographed it came directly form the RIHCC. Unless their burial is found in another location what the RIHCC has recorded will be used as source. It was explained to me once by a cemetery sexton that not all burials are recorded over the years. Some who were given the task were not diligent in recording. And before a burial , they sometimes find an unrecorded burial in a location that was presumed empty. This happened just 3 years ago to a friend of mine when her mother passed away. They use what is referred to as a grave probe tool. If in question, check with RIHCC !
Added by Scout on Sep 17, 2017 1:49 PM
RE: Amelia Avila

What photo? RIHCC doesn't have a photo up, but they recorded what they saw in 2013.
Added by Scout on Sep 15, 2017 12:18 PM
Amelia Avila
According to the RIHCC she is and they say stone last seen in 2013.
Added by Scout on Sep 15, 2017 7:01 AM
Linda L
Thomas George Heald

Been awhile. Thanks again for adding this picture. Can you tell me more about Thomas parents? Have you their dates or where they resided? Do you know where you found reference to Thomas' parents? Was it a cemetery record?

Linda L.
Added by Linda L on Sep 13, 2017 9:42 AM
Waterman Photo
I know that this thank you is a bit delayed as I have been on vacation. Thank you for taking the time and effort to post the photos of the Waterman grave.
Added by Neil on Sep 09, 2017 6:24 PM
Jim Anderson
Connell's marker(s)
Sorry it took so long to catch up with the other members. Hope I got 'em all. If not send me an email and le me know
Added by Jim Anderson on Sep 03, 2017 8:41 PM
Dr. and Mrs. GAT Jr., LLB, JD
RE: Oak Grove Cemetery
Hi, I went down to Fall River to see Lizzie's grave and randomly took photos. No rhyme nor reason to it. That's all :)
Added by Dr. and Mrs. GAT Jr., LLB... on Aug 28, 2017 4:47 PM
Jim Anderson
RE: Alexander Connell
Yss I have the foto of the front of their stone but I never checked the fotos before I left the cemetery. I took the shot of the back and then the front. The exposure was off and you couldnt see it clearly as I was shooting into the sun. I went back to take other fotos and retake Alexanders but I forgot to shoot his stone. I will go back in the morning. I always shoot both sides of a marker unless there is no inscription but I usually note that on the foto.
Sorry for forgetting. I shouldn't have posted it until it was complete.
Added by Jim Anderson on Aug 27, 2017 10:45 PM
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