A. Masi

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I'm a student with an interest in my family history. Italian genealogy is my forte and I am always willing to help others in their research. Please contact me with any questions or requests.
Email Address: amasi3_genealogy@outlook.com

A Community Letter:
To the FindAGrave Comunity,

I express sincere gratitude to all members who have take the time to fulfill photo requests. Your volunteer efforts are invaluable to researchers seeking the information contained on monuments, and family members attempting to locate the burial site of their kin. Fragile headstones may not survive the next winter, which makes your work especially important in older New England cemeteries.

I also extend my thanks to all who submit corrections to memorials and seek to maintain the integrity of information on this site. Your contributions make the preservation of memorials a collaborative endeavor, which fosters community and improves the value of FindAGrave to others.

I welcome suggestions and corrections to any of the memorials I manage. I ask that you cite all corrections with an exact source so that I may seek to independently verify suggested edits.I will gladly transfer memorials if you can demonstrate your relationship falls within FindAGrave's guidelines. If your relationship is more distant, I will still gladly approve your transfer request if you demonstrate that you are best equipped to significantly improve upon a person's memorial.

Lastly, remember that history is made one person at a time. Each memorial honors a person and their piece of our story. "It is useful to remember that a history is to the nation as memory is to the individual. As persons deprived of memory become disoriented and lost, not knowing where they have been and where they are going, so a nation denied a conception of the past will be disabled in dealing with its present and its future. 'The longer you look back,' said Winston Churchill, 'the farther you can look forward.'" - Arthur Schlesinger

Happy researching,
A. Masi

Genealogical Resources:
Connecticut Vital Records - Index of Deaths, 1897-1966
http://www.ctatatelibrarydata.org/death-records/
Connecticut Vital Records - Index of Marriages, 1897-1966
http://www.ctatatelibrarydata.org/marriage-records/
The New Jersey Death Index 1901-1903, 1920-1929, and 1949-2000
https://www.newjerseydeathindex.com/

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