|Paula Mine (#47614081)|
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I have been interested in genealogy, cemeteries and history for a very long time. I began researching my family genealogy in 1990, and with the help of a distant cousin found most of what I knew about my family name was wrong. Since then I've added over a thousand people to my family tree, which goes back to Germany, Ireland, Canada, England and now with my husband's tree.. Armenia and Italy. |
I am also the caretaker at the North Weymouth Cemetery. I've worked there for over 23 years and love to help people find their ancestors. Because of that desire to share the history that I oversee, I've photographed and posted all slate and marble headstones at the cemetery on Flickr, which can be found via Google or the cemetery's web site: www.sites.google.com/site/nwcemtery/
While looking in other cemeteries, I've taken photos of stones I find interesting. Rather than just sit on these photos, I've started creating FAG pages for them. I have been fortunate enough to have found a number of my ancestors on FAG, and I hope I can do the same for someone else.
I am happy to transfer any of my non-relatives to people who have a direct link to them. Just ask.
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|Angela Harris||Many thanks!|
Thank you very much for photographing the gravesite of my uncle, Sebastiano Leo. I am very grateful! :)
|Roland Henry Baker, III||Albert F, Albert E and Everett K Low|
Thanks Paula! I found the photos you posted for Albert F Low (sic E) who died in 1910. That should be the correct burial. I copied the picture from there. I don't know where his son Albert E Low (d 1918) is buried. His death index just says he died in Boston with his wife Emma. Their son Everett K Low and his wife both died in Winthrop, Suffolk, Massachusetts. But their obituary doesn't say where they are buried.
|Kevin Wanamaker||RE: Lane, Arlington|
Your very welcome. I just fulled the other one you had for Leonore Lane.
|David A. Fennell||Fennell's at St Francis Xavier|
Thank you Paula. :)
|David A. Fennell||RE: James Fennell|
I am a direct descendant of John Fennell, James' brother. So his is my second great-grand Uncle. I would be happy to assume management of James and baby Margaret if you are willing, and I thank you. My member number is 48743621.
|Linda Abbott Bennett & Dorothy Alley Abbott||RE: Gutro|
I really thank you very much for considering the transfers & will connect all the family. They will all be taken care of for future for others.
|Linda Abbott Bennett & Dorothy Alley Abbott||John M. & DeliaAnn Perkins|
Hoping for the transfer of John M. Gutro #90046089 and also his wife Delia Ann Perkins Gutro #90046222.
Would like to tie the entire family together and many thanks for the transfer to Dorothy Alley Abbott #47680122.
Have a good summer.
|Linda Abbott Bennett & Dorothy Alley Abbott||Edward Henry Gutro #90046262|
Would appreciate the transfer of Edward Gutro to Dorothy Alley Abbott #47680122 as he is a relative. Thank you very much, have a good summer.
|Linda Abbott Bennett & Dorothy Alley Abbott||John Dennis Gutro #98342588|
Would like the transfer of John Dennis Gutro as this is a relative to Dorothy Alley Abbott #47680122.
Thank you very much.
|Frederick Morse||RE: John Prince|
Hi Paula --
I did not know what the resolution process for a circumstance like this is so I checked the FAQ (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?searchArg=combine+memorials&page=listFaqs#141).
It appears that one of the two memorials should be deleted with unique info incorporated into the one remaining. Even with the guidelines given in the FAQ, it appears to me that neither of you is absolutely forced to delete your memorial. If neither of you agree to do so, and 'Administration' finds out about the duplicates, they make a decision.
Hope this helps.
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