|Pat Shaw||Mrs. Mary Heald Robbins|
Thank you so much Bruce, is great and like your note appreciate it!
Added by Pat Shaw on Apr 23, 2015 1:19 PM
|Jim Kimble||Thanks Bruce|
Thanks for the great Tompson tombstone pictures. It's amazing to me that they have survived.
|Daniel Smith Sr.||thomas dutton|
thanks for time and effort
|G. L. "Buddy" Hartmann||RE: Photo for John B. Smith|
Bruce, your welcome !!!!
I also posted a pic of Lorraine and linked them together as her stone was right next to his....
Hope I made the right connection !!!!!
|Patrick||RE: Eliza Blanchard memorial|
You are welcome.
I only added mine as it was a bit clearer. Nothing wrong with your photo. But many times I have also had to fight arriving at a cemetery the wrong time of the day and shooting against back-lit headstones. Not a lot you can do about it.
It was the "fell asleep" part of the inscription that caught my eye and only then did I stop long enough to notice the little "she sleeps" down below.
Thanks for the update,
Added by Patrick on Aug 07, 2013 7:53 PM
|Anne Cady||RE: Photo of Kinmonth headstone|
Yes, I believe Alice May was adopted. Mary Day Kinmonth also had another daughter born the same year as Alice who was named Margery. In the 1900 census Margery was listed as an adopted daughter of Mary, and it may be that Alice was a twin of her..or was just born the same year.
Also, yes, Mary's husband David died in 1886. There was quite a bit of news in the local Lowville paper about the settling of his estate, etc. The articles say he died in the village of Lowville. His body must have been sent back to Mass for burial.
I'll send his obit from the local paper to your email address.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Garrit Arnold photos|
Bruce, you are truly welcome. I told Daryl that I would go to the
Lakeview Cemetery as part of our cemeteries trip because Bruce
has not yet received a photo by request. I used binoculars and
he walked rows. He found Garrit in two minutes. He is amazing as
a graver. It was my best experience in the five cemeteries. Tnx
for the compliment. It is a great stone
Thank you! What a great picture!
|Diane D||Hannah Proctor Wilkins|
thanks for your help!
Added by Diane D on Dec 07, 2012 11:36 AM
|Cathy Alton||RE: Norman P. Geis|
LOL I like the way you say it better!! Too funny!
Yea frost is getting to be common in our northern states. Next will be snow! Thanks again!
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