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Interested in documenting the various parts of my family as far back and as wide as possible. I am most interested in Kurth, Scott, Veinotte, Pawlowski, Ellis, Penny, Regynski, Windmeuller, Gruhn, Weston, Thwing, Hilton, Ring and Cook families.|
Recently I have been focused on the Thwing/Twing family.
I am in eastern Massachusetts, so if you need a picture, and know where to point me, I am happy to help.
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|Kate Wertmiller||Thank you for Webers' graves photos|
I would like to thank you for Webers' graves photos at The Gardens Cemetery in West Roxbury.
I was searching any trace of my ancestors for many years and finally I know at least their death dates and could see the graves.
I have sent you a message on May 2nd, but have no answer. Could you please look up again, I will resend it to you right now.
I would appreciate your answer.
|Gregory A. Paul||Mabel Herrod|
I believe Mabel's home was on North Main Street in Brockton in the early 1950s. As a young child I remember the house being moved (about 100 yards)to a location on Herrod Ave right behind my childhood home. While I never met Mabel I suspect her family must have owned much of the land that is now Herrod Ave. Can you tell me if Mabel continued to live in that house after it was moved? This would have been between about 1954 and 1962.
|lois michaud||RE: 134450963 Fannie Day-Day|
thank you very much, dont for get Lorenzo Day also... i do gratefully do love it when i can find family and i am happy you will share with me.( just thought about it , Lorenzo may not be yours to transfer)
family and friends are so amazing and the work every one had done to find a grave, i hate to ask because it is alot of work but thankful when people say yes...
thanks again, may have to ask down the road again who knows, lol... enjoy your day... lois
|lois michaud||134450963 Fannie Day-Day|
hello, could i please have this person? she is my Gt, GT grandmother and it would be really nice to have her and the rest of the family, if you wouldnt mine?
thank you, lois
|zoomurray||thank you again -|
Thank you for your contributions to the Brookdale cemetery memorials. -Zoe
|zoomurray||thank you -|
Thank you for your edits to the Brookdale cemetery memorials. -Zoe
|Nancy Woods||Joshua Fisk #67820841|
He was born in Natick, MA where he always resided. When the Revolutionary war broke out he enlisted in the company commanded by Capt. Mann in Col. Bullard's regiment. He eventually became a Captain, 5th company, 5th Middlesex Regiment (C. Holmes 2011)
From headstone at North Cemetery, Natick MA (Route 27 & Route 9). "In memory of Cap Jofhua Fifk who departed this life Marach 27, 1796." His wife Martha is buried next to him. A flag marker denotes his service in the American Revolution.
Joshua and Martha have 5 of their 10 children - three daughters and two sons - buried in the same section of the cemetery - Hannah, Hitty and ?? - a daughter who died on Sept 22 at 2 yrs. old.(Stone was broken.)and sons Joseph and David.
Thank you for taking a picture of Selma and Isadore's grave. It meant a lot for me to see it. They are close to me
Added by Elliot on Apr 29, 2017 8:18 PM
Thank you for the photo of Annie Goding's grave.
Added by Sarah on Apr 23, 2017 2:08 PM
That you so much for taking the time to photograph the Levine graves for m.
Added by Ann on Apr 17, 2017 5:38 PM
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