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We began researching our family history in 2008. While doing so, we discovered the importance of grave markers as part of that history. Unfortunately, we don't live anywhere near where our families are located. So, we thought we could take pictures in our area and hopefully someone out there will return the favor to us. :)|
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|Jeff Hall||RE: Lt Col Elmer Dixon|
Hello Nathan, thanks for your message regarding Lt Col Dixon, I'm sure I found the information on the internet somewhere, I added the photo along with that information 5 years ago so it's been a while. Good luck with your search.
|Gene Zubrinsky||Mary (Cole) Case (1711–1798)|
Please check your spam folder for back-to-back e-mails providing extensive evidence that Mary Case, buried in Razor Hill Cemetery, Grafton, N.H., was Mary Cole, born in Swansea, Mass., 1 Nov. 1711, daughter of John and Mary (Lewis) Cole and widow of William Case of Swansea and adjacent Rehoboth. They were sent on May 20, with a follow-up on May 26 (which apparently also went to your spam folder). Thanks.
|Harry||Murray Hill Cemetery|
It was amazing to see how well preserved the gravestones of Dickerson Family are at Murray Hill Cemetery, Hill, NH in spite of harsh weather over the decades. I hope someone will do the volunteer work in photographing the gravestones as I can imagine this project as a huge one! Thank you!
Added by Harry on Dec 04, 2011 6:00 PM
|Donna Rohwedder||RE: Thank you!|
I also took a picture of the tombstone for
Forest, Harve & Mae Devore along with one or two that are difficult to read due to the type of stone & engraving. One of them has Chess?? 1899 on it. Are you interested in those? If so I will email them to you privately. Donna
|Michael Crowley||Joseph Belanger|
I am very much up for the adventure and will hunt row by row and stone by stone until I find it or have exausted all my efforts. This seems like a good family day out with our portable radios looking for someone's burried relatives. I will keep you posted.
|Aaron J. Blake||Rose Hill Burial Park|
Thank you so much for all your help with my relative's gravestones. I really appreciate it.
|Mary C||Bakers Grave|
It was so weird to see my greatgrandparents gravestone pictured on my computer. I am out there several times a year to change the flowers and pay my respects. It is nice for family who don't live close to be able to see their headstone. My Grandma Mary was the most wonderful lady. I still miss her.
Added by Mary C on Oct 12, 2008 2:02 AM
|Laurie Sanders Starling||Worel Graves|
Thank you Joyce!! I really appreciate you getting the pictures for me!
It is really nice that you volunteer to do this! I am sure this has helped and kept so many genealogist from traveling so much! Thank you so much!
I would appreciate you sending me the pic of Anna Worels grave. My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org
What others do you have?
I am trying to figure out how I would be able to find Georgia Worel's grave. That was Emil's wife. It is really hard tracking this part of my family. I would think since so many of that family was buried together that she would be there too. I haven't found her on find a grave anywhere. She may have gotten married after he passed I really don't know - I am thinking she more than likely didn't marry after him, but who knows.
Anyway, thanks for the pictures and I look forward to getting Anna's too. If you might have any tips or insight for the other info I am looking for I welcome it!!
|dexterellum||James and Cassy Reames|
Thank you so much for the photo of James and Casander's grave. Did you place the flowers there? It's nice to think that someone cares enough to show that kind of respect.
Thank you again,
I took several picture's of Benjamin,Sarepta,Deborah and Benjamin F Williams today. I can e-mail these to you if you would like them. Thank you. Linda.
Added by Linda♥ on Sep 21, 2008 4:13 PM
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