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|Timothy Montgomery (#46976923)|
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I use Find a grave mostly for my own personal genealogical research. If I am requested to photograph a memorial I am very happy to do as well as create a memorial on this site. I am also more than happy to relinquish ownership to an individual who is closer to the deceased. Please ask and I'm happy to do that.
LINK TO MY PERSONAL WEBSITE:
My personal website is available to peruse through the link on my bio. Please DO NOT copy photos, verbiage or otherwise EXCEPT for personal use. I have worked at length building this site and researching all the data over many years and do not allow wholesale reproduction of any part of the site. Exceptions to this are those that are used with my WRITTEN PERMISSION only.
I have found wholesale copying of stories I have written, photos I have taken and documents that I have paid for and placed on my website. I have even found family photos that I am the sole owner of copied into ANCESTRY.COM and the copiers have claimed ownership! DO NOT do this! I have and will pursue legal action against anyone who copies and makes false claims. Be fair! I have placed the information for others to use and discover ... not to steal!
I am very happy to take photos for anyone requesting. Once I send you the photo it's yours and you are free to do what you want with it.
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|SusanE||RE: Transfer of ownership of memorial|
Sure! I'm happy that you found her.
Added by SusanE on Jan 11, 2017 5:20 PM
|SusanE||RE: Thomas Clark / Anne Clark|
Yes, I was reminded of all of the work you had done on your own website, and I'm happy to link Thomas and Anne up with their descendant. S.
Added by SusanE on Jun 28, 2016 11:23 AM
|Maureen K||# 106305051|
Sorry, the YoB for Moses Montgomery on the tombstone differs from the deart certificate.
|Maureen K||# 27782238|
Arthur Moses Montgomery
The CWGC never does public obituarys. If you have some CWGC errors, let me know. A member of my family was the Federal Minister of Veterans Affairs and I will glady forward these errors with thanks to the Minister's office for notification to the CWGC.
Before I delete my memorial, did you plan to insert the bio bit on his War service? I'm certain it was very very important to him although most Vets never talk about it.
"Served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II."
I note that the YoB for Moses Montgomery # 106305051 differs from his death certificate. Those, often are wrong as in those days they relied solely on the family for the info or in some cases the 1901 Census which is frequently wrong.
Thank you for checking St. Bridgets' Cemetery for her stone. I'll have to do more research and see if I can get any more info regarding her burial. I sure appreciate your efforts.
Added by Sue on Nov 28, 2015 4:36 PM
|Maureen K||Arthur Moses Montgomery|
If you are his son, then I will gladly delete his memorial # 24599863 whicj I created because of this obituary:
Arthur Moses Montgomery, 93, passed away, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, at the Great Barrington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Great Barrington, Mass. A 45-year resident of Housatonic, Mass., he was born in Milltown, N.B., on Dec. 23, 1911, the son of Moses Lever and Ethel Clark Montgomery. He was educated in local schools in Milltown. He moved with his family to Housatonic in 1960 from Upper Mills, N.B., where he and his wife of nearly 70 years, the former Thelma Marie Watters Montgomery June 13, 1916 - Dec 5, 2007 , resided after they were married in Milltown, Me., on Dec. 20, 1935. He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force for two years during World War II. He owned the Upper Mills general store and was postmaster in that village for 15 years, prior to moving to the United States. He also worked in the Canadian Cottons mill in Milltown, N.B., from the age of 14. After moving to Housatonic, he was employed by M.T. Cavanaugh Plumbing until his retirement in 1978. He was always an avid sports fan and was active from a young age playing hockey for Pecks Rexall in St. Stephen in the 1930's. He had been an active member of the Housatonic United Methodist Church for 45 years and was also a Free Mason. He had been a member of the Alley Lodge No. 14 F & AM for 60 years in New Brunswick. He is survived by his wife, Thelma Watters Montgomery, of Housatonic, Mass.; two daughters, Pauline Montgomery, of Housatonic, Mass., and Constance DelMasto, of Ashley Falls, Mass.; four sons, Robert, of Canaan, Conn., John, of Pittsfield, Mass., Paul, of Egremont, Mass., and Timothy, of New York, N.Y. Also, one brother, Clark, of Greenwood, N.S.; two sisters, Vera Watters and Hazel Babcock, of St. Stephen, N.B., six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, and his beloved pet Dachshund, Misty. He was predeceased by two sons, Allan Watters Montgomery and Peter Brian Montgomery; one brother, James; four sisters, Izetta Beek, Irene Moffatt, Thelma Woods and Doris Farthing; and one grandson, Robert Louis Montgomery. The calling hours were held at the Roy/Birches Funeral home in Great Barrington, Mass., on Aug. 19, 2005. A celebration of Arthur's life was held on Aug. 20, 2005, at the Housatonic United Methodist Church, officiated by the Rev. David Rogers. Several of Arthur's favourite hymns were sung, In the Garden, Precious Lord Take My Hand, The Old Rugged Cross and Amazing Grace. Many beautiful baskets of flowers filled the church from friends as far away as Austrailia and as near as next door. He touched many lives and made many friends during his lifetime. He'll be greatly missed, but very fondly remembered, by all who met him. The family requested donations be made to the United Methodist Church of Housatonic, Mass., or to the church or charity of one's choice. He will be interred at Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery
|Brenda L. Struthers||RE: Ethel Izetta Beek|
I see t clarification in the bio so you can leave it as is. I thank you for your patience and persistence. Those are two qualities one alwsy learns doing genealogy research.
|Brenda L. Struthers||RE: Ethel Izetta Beek|
I see now that she was buried in Canada. But the stone I transcribed was in Greenlawn cemetery in Housatonic, MA. It might be clearer to someone who reads your memorial if you clarify that issue. Someone tries to learn from me where this is and I won't know what they are talking about. Either that or remove my name so it will not be an issue. It is up to you of course so I shall let you ponder that. Let me know what you think.
|Brenda L. Struthers||Ethel Izetta Beek|
I was wondering if you could a question or two for me? I have not been able to bring up the memorial for Ethel Izetta Beek since I transferred the management of that to you. Is there a reason it is not showing up? Did I misspell her name?
Also I want to ask if you know why the Van Deusen cemetery and Pelton Brook cemetery will not allow a volunteer to put photos of the stones up on the Findagrave website? I have been refused several times so I gave up.
thanks for your time,
|Brenda L. Struthers||transferred maintainence|
I finally read your email message. and transferred Ethel I Beek to you. I hope you can continue to connect the family members. Good luck.
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