|Blaisdells in America since 1635 (#46542993)|
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|BLAISDELLS IN AMERICA since 1635. The "Blaisdell Family National Association" (BFNA) was formed in 1935 and published the "Blaisdell Papers" continuously since then. I held several national positions with the BFNA and have recently retired as Genealogist, emeritus. I created the database currently in use with nearly 75,000 Blaisdell descendants. I have been involved in genealogical research since 1957. (rev. 18-Feb-2014).|
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|Clint Dunn||Iris Ipsen Barker Blaisdell|
Thanks for the information. I have made some changes to her memorial. However I left Baker as her last name as that is the name on the headstone. I now have her linked to both husbands and included part of the Obit.
It appears that both spouses had planned on being buried with their first partner-thus the name on the headstone as being Baker.
As you are a member of the Blaisdell family I would be glad to transfer this memorial to your care if you would like it.
I give permission to anyone who wishes to use the photos I have taken. The headstones were placed by family members in honor of their loved one, I claim no ownership and consider my effort to be in the public domain.
The worse thing about this cemetery is the city does nothing with the stones or filling in the collapsed areas. I know the surounding towns wash so many sections of stones per year.
|Stone Finders||RE: Maple Grove cem, Bath, Maine|
That cemetery has a lot of damaged stones. It is sad to see them.