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|Scrib & Barb Kelly (#46884407)|
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We began the hobby of genealogy in 1998. |
Most notably is our connection to those first arriving on the Mayflower (William Bradford, James Chilton, Stephen Hopkins, Elizabeth Fisher and Francis Cooke).
You have our permission to use any of the photos we have taken for your personal use. Glad we could help.
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|K||RE: Satterfield Grave Photo|
Added by K on Jul 13, 2017 6:49 AM
|Cathy Beaudoin||RE: Annie and Edgar Goodfellow|
Yes they were.
|Cathy Beaudoin||RE: Frank and Margaret Goodfellow|
You are very welcome.
|TFJ||RE: Raymond Carl Yeager|
You're very welcome. It was an honor to take the pictures for you.
Added by TFJ on Jun 26, 2017 7:47 AM
|Ginger Wright||Memorial# 21757139|
I have a question its about John Keith, you have his dob John (b 04 Oct 1676) in area then you go down to where is listed and you have it different and I have him my family tree and I I am using Legacy for my Genealogy and I see he was actually 4 Oct 1676, I am just letting you know it can be confusing, thank you
|Daniel Bousquet||RE: Weyland and Alyce Pope|
Did you know that Royce's brother Willard passed away this past weekend?
|Claudia Rieger||RE: James W. Hoekwater|
Your welcome! I was out there for a service for a friend and thought it would be nice to get the photo. God bless!
|lynn lindvall||RE: George Drew|
You're welcome. It is difficult to find stones with no known plot to go to, plus in an old cemetery where many stones are difficult to read or may not exist any longer. I searched the whole cemetery looking for 25 stones and only found 11 of them.
Little George is tucked under low pine tree branches along with a couple of other stones. I almost missed him. His was the easiest to get to as he was on the edge. I had to get on the ground and aim from under the branches. It's amazing where the stones are in old cemeteries after the trees have grown for 100 or so years. I saw one stone actually with the trunk growing around it...Ahhh...the joys of photography!
|lynn lindvall||RE: Anna Holmes|
It was my pleasure to help.
|Vern-O||RE: William Utecht|
You're very welcome. I took two more pictures of Utecht graves in that plot, I am assuming they are his wife and son. Hope that helps you out!
Added by Vern-O on Jan 02, 2017 8:34 AM
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