|David Richardson||Pioneer Cemetery|
You indicated that when you walked the Plymouth Burying Ground in Plymouth, CT that many of the headstones were illegible. Any idea if you saw Atkins stones or are able to check in the cemetery office? Any help or leads would be fantastic.
|m hendriksen||Landi @ Holy Cross|
Listed as being with Pasqueline. No other Landi in same grave space as per online directory. Will put on my list for next visit
|Kari Olson||RE: Upson|
Karoline, thats just fine... they arent going anywhere...LOL....
|Kari Olson||RE: Jared Lewis|
I would appreciate the other photos, I will have to do a bit of searching. Thanks!!
|Kari Olson||Upson headstone photos|
Thanks so much for Jerusha and I would love the others you too.! I am going to see they have requests.
|krbarendsen||Norman J Enquist|
Thanks so very much for getting the photo of Norman Enquist. Very much appreciated. Very good camera work.
krbarendsen, ABQ, NM
I appreciate the pictures of John Iannucci's grave. He's my wife's uncle.
Added by Mark on May 01, 2014 7:55 AM
|Betty Stripling||RE: Abigail Hotchkiss|
Thank you very much for that information.
|Linda||RE: John Dunbar grave|
Aaron was the son of John Dunbar and his wife Temperance Hall. Hall Dunbar was Aaron's son. They are related. Aaron would be my 6th great uncle. John was my 7th great grandfather. I will send you my email address, and thank you very much!
Added by Linda on Apr 30, 2014 8:05 PM
|Linda||John Dunbar grave|
Thank you so much for trying to find John's grave. I was afraid his stone would be illegible or gone. So many of the old stones are. I would be interested to know of any Dunbar stones you found as they may be related. John was my ancestor. I truly appreciate your effort even if it was unsuccessful. Linda
Added by Linda on Apr 30, 2014 6:56 PM
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