|D J Pimentel (#47148697)|
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I've lived in Acushnet, MA. since 1958 and have always been interested in photography and history so having a hobby that combines the two is great.|
I'm a 2nd generation American on both sides of my family with both sets of grandparents arriving in New Bedford, MA after 1900.
My parents, David Pimental and Norma S. Pimental, maternal grandparents, Harry #39060089 and Bertha (Baumeister) Settele #39060089, plus maternal aunts and uncles, Louis H. Settele #39060184 and his wife, Kathleen “Kay” Higham #39060231 and Harry Settele Jr #39059970 and his wife, Mary Anna Josefek #39060037, are at Pine Grove Cemetery in New Bedford so I started adding to the entries there to aid others researching their genealogy and got hooked on photographing stones and adding to the data on FAG.
Since 2012 I've been concentrating on Rural Cemetery which is also the final resting place for my paternal grandparents, Manuel Dias Pimental Jr #41299437 and Valentina (Mello) Pimental #41294992, Grand-aunt and Godmother, Amelia “Millie” Monteiro #41294450, paternal great-grandparents, Manuel #41294221 and Rosa (Botelho) de Mello #41294307 and Grand-aunt Beatrice “Bea” Edwards #41294366.
Please don't hesitate to ask for a transfer of any relative of yours that I've entered, no matter how distantly related. I'm not related to most of the memorials I've created and always like to see them in the care of a family member.
I post most of my headstone photos to Ancestry in my FAG Research tree under my Ancestry user name "trinka5364". I also post my photos to Ancestry when I find that I've photographed stones that already have photos posted in FAG.
Anyone who wishes to use these headstone photos for non-commercial purposes should have the courtesy to give credit to the photographer when copying: ex: Photo by D J Pimentel, or copy & paste the Find A Grave Memorial #.
The flowers I leave on memorials are mostly shots I've taken of flowers in my garden or ones I took when visiting other gardens on vacation.
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|Anonymous||Thomas & Clara Ward|
finding Ralph great work!
thanks for all the help :)
|Anonymous||RE: Taylor family at Rural|
|Anonymous||RE: Taylor family at Rural|
I have created memorials just now for all the Taylors: Charles, Rose, Martha, John & his wife Ellen and son Willie. I'm linking now and will research. Thanks for tip on Ann...I thought something was up with her with Smith and Robinson so I'm glad to hear from you to revisit it.
all the best, enjoy the sunshine!
|Anonymous||Taylor family at Rural|
thank you for edit with Ann Taylor death 1919. There are 4 of her children in the same lot seen in your photo Charles, Rose, Martha, and John. Perhaps a 5th a stone I cannot make out located back to the left of John 1860-1928. Would you like me to create memorials for them?
thanks for pics of edwin and wife. I changed bios to reflect presumed Rural Cem. is burial locations
|Anonymous||Rebecca G Nye Sherman|
thanks for catching the error in husband's name and thanks for photos!! best regards!
|Anonymous||RE: 1953 death New Bedford|
thanks, I appreciate you letting me know how to make contact. enjoy this wonderfully warm and sunny weather :)
|Anonymous||1953 death New Bedford|
any chance you might check a 1953 death record at town hall New Bedford to determine parents? Ann is suspected to be last name MORGAN b./d. New Bedford. She is here:
thanks for any assist you might provide
|Donald Gordon Dalrymple||RE: Archibald William Clark|
THANK YOU! I will take good care of him.
Regards, Don Dalrymple
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