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i have been doing and teaching how to do genealogy/ family history since 2005. i love to learn about my ancestors and try to help others learn more about theirs if possible. i think finding where they were buried helps put their stories to rest and makes a place where one can remember and thank them for all they did in their lives.for the most part i manage or create memorials that are related to me. if you would like one transferred and they are more closely related to you, i will do so. please use the edit tab/ suggest correction and include your member #.|
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|Kurt Hess||Earl Dennison picture request|
The front of the niche did not have any engraving.
The framework does have Dennison and Soulages at the bottom.
We know Earl is there from an old card file that was in the mausoleum years ago. A friend of mine transcribed the whole cardfile about ten years ago. There was no mention of anyone else in this niche as of ten years ago. You may wish to check with the office for a later interment.
There are two Soulages in a niche on an adjacent wall. The first names are Alphonse and Marie.
There are three other Soulages in Columbarium 183.
There first names are Alfred, Rose, and Tootsie.
These records should be online already.
|Candace Punch||Daughter of Jame Ernest Allard|
He had several other sibling. Uncle Cecil his half brother is buried there in in the military area. There was Thomas Scott Allard, Raymond Allard, Jame's twin sister Mildred Lillian Allard and Dora Grace Allard.
|Candace Punch||I am the daughter of James Ernest Allard|
My mother was his first wife Sarah Clayton Allard. He had a son first born Clark Nahum Allard born Sept 8, 1942 and died Sept 28 1942. My sister Loraine was born next then me Candace Lee Allard, now Punch, May 7' 1950. thank you for posting this.
|Carl Bennett||Richard Griffin|
Thank you for your efforts to fill my photo reques!
Much appreciation and good wishes,
Good Evening Sherrie,
I have just suggested a couple of edits for a couple of your Eldridge memorials (Alanson & Deidamia's). I trust that you would like to know the reference that my information comes from. It is from "Connecticut Vital Records Ashford Births - Marriages - Deaths 1710-1851 Barbour Collection Connecticut State Library 1921" page 65.
Added by VTSSAR on May 12, 2015 9:24 PM
|Anonymous||RE: photo of james a westmoreland|
Hi My relation to James Westmoreland is thur my great aunt Minnie Catherine Mathews. I don't have any other photos of the Westmoreland family, but I will ask the person who gave that photo recently and let you know. Tarrie
Sherrie, email me privately and we'll see if we can connect family info. email@example.com
Thank you for the link to her father.
Added by shadows on Jan 25, 2014 12:50 PM
|Christine Jones||RE: Mary Jones Eldredge|
Thank you. I appreciate you linking Mary to her parents.
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Janney|
Yes, the cremated remains of both Marian and Frank Martin are interred with Lillian Janney. There are no memorials created for Marian and Frank. The information from the online cemetery records shows:
Marian Lenore Martin (9/11/1902 to March 12, 1986) and
Frank is not listed on the online records. Could he have a different first name? Like John Frank? Frank passed in 1927 so the online records are not as complete. If you like I can call the cemetery office to see what the physical records show later this week. Or if you would like to call - the toll free number is 800.204.3131.
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