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|Joseph Fitzgerald||grave photo|
Thanks for the photo of my Great, Great Grandfather David W. Foss.
|Margarite McLeod||RE: Emil Houle|
Section 37 is a long, narrow area of below ground graves. There are no cremation vaults in this section. Emil may have been cremated but his ashes would have been buried underground if he is in this section.
|Peg Eddy||RE: Jane Ottin Day|
Thanks for the message. There IS a problem with the listings for St Mary's cemetery in Champlain. I sent a message to Find A Grave in 2014 that I'll quote below to try to explain.
"St. Mary’s Cemetery in Champlain, Clinton County, New York, has two separate locations, one on Prospect Street and the other on Church Street.
In Find-A-Grave, there are two listings:
1.) “Prospect Hill Cemetery” (which is really St Mary’s on Prospect Street and has no photo of the sign) and
2.) “St Marys Cemetery”, which has a photo of the sign for the Prospect St site.
They should correctly be listed as:
1. St Marys Cemetery, Prospect St, Champlain, NY, aka “Prospect Hill Cemetery”
2. St Marys Cemetery, Church St, Champlain, NY.
I’ve been in contact with Margaret E Munson-Quiles, who created many of the memorials for these cemeteries, and she agrees with this renaming scheme.
I know there are some duplications of graves on the two sites, as I (and I’m sure others, too) looking for St Mary’s Cemetery didn’t realize the “Prospect Hill” site was even there. It took me some time to figure it out. ..... Perhaps a note could be added to both sites to explain the problem so users would know to look at both listings."
I hope this makes sense to you. I don't see that Find-A-Grave put anything on the site to alert users to this issue, so not sure what else to do.
All that aside, I've removed my memorial for Jane and I've added my photo of Jane's stone to the other memorial.
Thank you for your message. And good luck with your searching.
Added by Peg Eddy on Apr 29, 2015 9:50 PM
|Joseph Fitzgerald||Amos Hutchins gravestone|
1847 in Kennebunkport, York, Maine, USA at the Private Cemetery located on on west bank of Batson's River off Beachwood Ave. - which gravestone is the one that Amos Hutchins, Sr. is buried at? There is a large one with other Hutchins' names and a small square one with Amos Hutchins' name on it. My Cousin Jean Hutchins wants to know so that she can keep a record of it.
|Margaret E Munson-Quiles||RE: Jane Ottin Day|
Sorry I have no info on Michael Day or additional info for Jane
|Janet Muff||Sarah Doubleday|
Thank you for taking the time to send me the message concerning Sarah's maiden name. I'm very grateful.
|Bill and April||Dearborn, Bayside, Laconia, NH|
There were quite a few Dearborns around the central family stone. Are you interested in them, or just Vera? I did not see her husband's marker there. Bill and April
|BlamKing||RE: John Quincy family photo in front of home|
I do know. From left to right:
Warren Amadon (my great great grandfather)
Mary Deborah Eastman Amadon (my great great grandmother)
John Quincy Amadon (my great great great grandfather)
Harrison J Amadon
Harriet Abigail Ricker Amadon
Mary Amadon Bliss
Quincy Harvey Amadon
son of Quincy Harvey Amadon
Sarah Emerson Amadon
Ida May Amadon
William Fred Burpee
Jennie Bell Amadon Burpee
Nellie Harriet Amadon
Charles Harrison Amadon
Aaron Arthur Amadon
Abbie May Amadon
Please let me know if you need clarification regarding the relationships between these people
Added by BlamKing on Dec 02, 2014 4:31 PM
|Grace ||RE: relation|
We are not related. I just entered the grave.
Added by Grace on Nov 24, 2014 3:30 PM
I resent it. Let me know if you get it.
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