Scot Lulek

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Currently working on adding GPS locations for Pine Hill cemetery in Dover, NH (over 19,000 graves, so it might take a while ).

If you decline my edit, at least have your account accepting messages to show sources

***** sometimes I add pictures of stones with other pictures already…. I'm not thinking mine are better…. Just newer pics have the GPS info on them.., Feel free to delete or use in any way you want. ****

I noticed a lot of people were not included in a local cemetery. So, I decided to add a few... almost 8000 names later.... I am still going.

the local history I have discovered is simply fascinating.

On Infant and young children headstones, I include them, if their family memorialize their birth and/or death on the stones, So will I.

Feel free to contact me if you are a family member of any memorial that I currently manage, I can and will easily transfer them.

I tend to focus on Newmarket, Durham and Lee

Great resources for Newmarket, New Hampshire memorials http://www.newmarketnhhistoricalsociety.org/town-reports/

http://www.newmarketnhhistoricalsociety.org/docs/genealogy/

Great page to find approximate birthday on older stones

http://www.ovs-genealogy.com/tools/free_birthdate_calculator_calculates_birth_day.shtml
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After doing this a few years.... I have figured out this....

One of my favorite things to find is a stone that is completely buried (an odd spot of no grass is a good clue).

I will spend some time and dig the stone out completely. I know a lot of times no relatives around because of the passing of the generations to take care of the stone.

I like the thought of the sunshine beaming on the stone again.... I tend to talk to them and wonder what their lives were like.
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P.S.... I am prolific researcher..... So, sometimes other members have asked me to slow down.... I can't... Once I am down the rabbit-hole researching a family.... I have no idea where I will end up.... ha ha...

Currently working on adding GPS locations for Pine Hill cemetery in Dover, NH (over 19,000 graves, so it might take a while ).

If you decline my edit, at least have your account accepting messages to show sources

***** sometimes I add pictures of stones with other pictures already…. I'm not thinking mine are better…. Just newer pics have the GPS info on them.., Feel free to delete or use in any way you want. ****

I noticed a lot of people were not included in a local cemetery. So, I decided to add a few... almost 8000 names later.... I am still going.

the local history I have discovered is simply fascinating.

On Infant and young children headstones, I include them, if their family memorialize their birth and/or death on the stones, So will I.

Feel free to contact me if you are a family member of any memorial that I currently manage, I can and will easily transfer them.

I tend to focus on Newmarket, Durham and Lee

Great resources for Newmarket, New Hampshire memorials http://www.newmarketnhhistoricalsociety.org/town-reports/

http://www.newmarketnhhistoricalsociety.org/docs/genealogy/

Great page to find approximate birthday on older stones

http://www.ovs-genealogy.com/tools/free_birthdate_calculator_calculates_birth_day.shtml
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After doing this a few years.... I have figured out this....

One of my favorite things to find is a stone that is completely buried (an odd spot of no grass is a good clue).

I will spend some time and dig the stone out completely. I know a lot of times no relatives around because of the passing of the generations to take care of the stone.

I like the thought of the sunshine beaming on the stone again.... I tend to talk to them and wonder what their lives were like.
_____________________________________

P.S.... I am prolific researcher..... So, sometimes other members have asked me to slow down.... I can't... Once I am down the rabbit-hole researching a family.... I have no idea where I will end up.... ha ha...

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