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|Gerry Jean||RE: Noel Renaud|
Beverly ... you're very welcome, glad to help!
Yes, Holy Cross is very large (the largest in the county:350,000+ burials). I know what you mean by having been familiar with smaller cemeteries ... I was born/raised in Maine; most of my kin are buried there, some in really tiny acreage.
|Cheryl Senescall||Dickinson family|
I found almost 12 Dickinson's in the local cemeteries. I'm going to add one to St. Patrick's Cemetery and the other's to Dickinson Cemetery. I don't know if they are family or not, but decided to add pictures for all of them.
I'll try to enter them soon.
|Laurie LaPage||RE: Hinman Family|
Hi, Beverly, we were away for the weekend and I just received your message. I live about 20 min. or so from route 11B. My hairdresser lives out that way in Dickinson so when I go that way, once a month, I usually check out Find A Grave requests. Let me know if I can be of any help while you're here. Have a great visit! Take care, Laurie
|JudiT||Lt Charles Burbridge|
Aha, then again, they listed Rhoda's date of death as his so it was probably based on this same stone. Still hoping to get his dod fixed on here.
Added by JudiT on Sep 21, 2013 6:51 AM
Thank you so much for the picture of Rhoda and Maria's stone! What a nice surprise!! Still trying to confirm he was my 6th great uncle I think. This is wonderful to see. Did it seem as though there might have been another stone near to this one at some time? Possibly a fallen one? I think that he was in the Hale listings. I went to the cemetery in Middletwon where my ancestor, presumably his brother, was buried and couldn't find his stone either though so many were hard to read and I was short on time. Thanks again!
Added by JudiT on Sep 21, 2013 6:48 AM
Thanks so much for your time and help in getting that photo. We really appreciate it !
Added by Sharon on May 03, 2013 7:55 PM
|Laurie LaPage||Dickinson's in Bangor Cemetery|
Hi, Beverly, I noticed that you had added some requests (Betsey, Luther, Nancy, Guy, Helen, Fordyce, etc.). I have to go out that way tomorrow and if it is sunny without a breeze (my camera doesn't like the cold!!), I'll try to find the rest of the Dickinsons you've requested. Take care, Laurie
|Laurie LaPage||Develin Cemetery requests|
Hi, Beverly, I just saw your requests for Develin Cemetery in West Bangor, NY. Please be aware that this cemetery has 2 names: West Bangor and Develin. It is confusing alot of people...I believe it has been reported to Find A Grave administration and they will probably put the small amount of names in Develin into West Bangor. I already have Gardiner Dickinson entered in the W.Bangor site...I will check my photo records to see if I have the other Dickinson names you requested. There are several small cemeteries in the area that go by 2 names; another is Keeler Hill/Bangor Cemetery which has alot of Dickinson's as well. There are also 3 Sand Hill Cemeteries in a 15 mile radius of each other! Just wanted to give you a heads up! Happy Thanksgiving, Laurie
|Matt Saxton||Emma Bennett|
Thanks so much for taking the time to snap and post the extra pictures of the headstones for King Bennett, Mary L. (Stevens), and Emma Bennett. The additional context the group pictures provide helps me get a better picture of who belonged to whom as King Bennett actally had another wife named May (J.) who is also buried in Grove Cemetery.
|Laurie LaPage||RE: Rich family in No. Bangor|
After I messaged you, I searched the old local newspapers for David or Byron Rich. Apparently, and you probably know this, Bryron committed suicide to everyone's surprise...hung himself in his barn. He was one of Bangor's leading citizens and had an outstanding farm, buildings and animals. It mentioned another brother, Clayton, I believe, from the Albany or Schenectady area. Oh, and he and Laura had an adopted son William. Laurie
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