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Marsha Redden (#19682360)
 member for 14 years, 9 months, 20 days
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Tami Walendzak
THANK YOU!
I just wanted to say Thank You for getting pictures of all those Brooks Headstones I needed. It is much appreciated. :)

Tami

Added by Tami Walendzak on Jun 26, 2015 3:43 PM

Marcia Ray
Ila Goss Decker
Would it be possible for you to transfer Ila's memorial to me I am her daughter. thank you

Added by Marcia Ray on Jun 16, 2015 7:21 AM

Jason Sisson
RE: Ray wagner
Do you know who to contact? Email would be best

Added by Jason Sisson on Jun 03, 2015 1:40 PM

Jan Peters
Benedict Alford
Do you realize that there are 2 listings for Benedict; one under Alford (yours) and one under Alvord (#8797064). Depending on who was writing depended on how they spelled his names. If you look at the 2 headstones they are the same. Plus the only marriage records I can find is a marriage to Jerusha Ashley. Thank-you for the great picture. Sincerely, Jan Peters

Added by Jan Peters on Apr 11, 2015 9:25 PM

Robert H. Jerge, Jr
Find a Grave
Marsha, I submit the following for your consideration: I’m deducing the dates provided from the head stones. ‘Baby Son Hall’ died 15 Feb 1850. Charles and Charlie Hall were born 1864 and 1861 respectively. ‘Hall Son” was born 1850 and died 14 Feb 1850 and could not be the son of either Charles or Charlie. Stanley Hall was born 26 April 1850 and is the son of Lorenzo and Caroline Hall. So, the two infant Hall sons belong to Lorenzo and Caroline as well as Stanley. I further deduce, as many may already have, that the three boys are triplets and where born perhaps on the same day, 26 April 1850.
Very Respectfully,
Bob

Added by Robert H. Jerge, Jr on Mar 09, 2015 1:59 AM

Robert H. Jerge, Jr
Find a Grave
Marsha, I’m deducing the dates provided from the head stones. ‘Baby Son Hall’ died 15 Feb 1850. Charles and Charlie Hall were born 1864 and 1861 respectively. ‘Hall Son” was born 1850 and died 14 Feb 1850 and could not be the son of either Charles or Charlie. Stanley Hall was born 26 April 1850 and is the son of Lorenzo and Caroline Hall. So, the two infant Hall sons belong to Lorenzo and Caroline as well as Stanley. I further deduce, as many may already have, that the three boys are triplets and where born perhaps on the same day, 26 April 1850.
Bob

Added by Robert H. Jerge, Jr on Mar 09, 2015 1:49 AM

Robert H. Jerge, Jr
Irene Hall
Marsha, I believe Irene maybe the daughter of Emmett and Lulu Hall. I was poking around the early 1900s census'.
Very respectfully,
Bob

Added by Robert H. Jerge, Jr on Mar 09, 2015 1:05 AM

Patricia
Hi Marsha
Thank you so much for the info. I am a decedent of the Wolcott's on my mother's side. Roger Wolcott was my 7th great-grandfather and his son Alexander was my 6th great-grandfather. Roger Wolcott who was signer of the Declaration of Independence was my 6th great-uncle. My grandmother was a Balestier and her great great grandmother was Caroline Wolcott Balestier married to Joseph Neree Balestier. I go all the way back to the 1400's on my mother's mother's side of the family. If you need any information feel free to contact me. My email is tfisher14@gmail.com

Thank you for the info
Patricia

Added by Patricia on Feb 08, 2015 12:51 PM

Lisa Bailey
Dan Merkle #16943166
Dan is the son of Dorothy C. Merkle-Elbel. Her obituary shows she is also buried at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Bethany. I do not find a memorial for her under Merkle or Elbel.
Since I don’t know which last name is on her stone, and since you already maintain her son’s memorial, would you like to create a memorial for her? Here is the link to her obituary: http://m.thedailynewsonline.com/mobile/article_7fb44f68-aeef-11e2-9dfc-001a4bcf887a.html
I was looking for another Elbel when I found Dorothy.
Thanks.

Added by Lisa Bailey on Jan 26, 2015 12:45 AM

Kelli Nerger
Hannah Waterhouse
Hi Marsha,

I noticed you left a note on Hannah Waterhouse's memorial, that she was a GG of your's. She is also one of mine...6th to be exact. Would you like to compare relatives?? :)

Kelli

Added by Kelli Nerger on Jul 23, 2014 11:38 AM

Patricia
We share a g-grandfather!
I am so amazed - who knew all those years ago at old ACS we had a common ancestor??

Added by Patricia on Sep 28, 2013 11:02 AM

Norman Weaver
RE: Norman Durfee
Yes, he is my biological grandfather. My mother was seven when he died and was not allowed to go to the funeral out of concern for her well being. She had told me I am named after him, Norman Russell. She remembered that he lived for about 24 hours after the accident but not much else. She tried to find where he was buried much later in her life but was not so lucky. Can I assume that you have done/are doing/ the genealogy for your family?

Added by Norman Weaver on Oct 18, 2012 5:53 AM

Paul Murphy
RE: April Stocker
I don't remember if I ever sent you a reply or not, but on this, the 22nd anniversary of her leaving this earth, I can only tell you how special your daughter was, and how she made the world a better place. We worked together @ Wendy's while she was at UNC-Asheville. I only knew her a short while, but she really was special...I only wish that I had gotten to know her better. A few years ago I purchased an old yearbook from her high school from ebay so to have a picture of her...and there are times that I have difficult days or can't seem to get it together, I think of her and what she would do, and somehow things just work out. I wished that I could have gotten to know her more, because she left her mark on me for the rest of my life. You raised a wonderful daughter...always remember that! If you ever need to reach me, please write...muunraker64@yahoo.com. Take care, and Happy Belated Mother's Day!!!

Added by Paul Murphy on May 12, 2010 1:41 AM

Debbie
Cleveland Family
Marsha, Are you related to Simon D. and Jane Cleveland? Jane is buried in the Van Allen Cemetery in Le Roy, Genesse, New York. I am. Debbie

Added by Debbie on Mar 11, 2010 4:51 AM

Donna Ruhland Bonning
RE: Anna Wolcott- Middlebury
Hi Marsha.....I like the change that you made for Anna Wolcott. Perfect. You noted this possible maiden name that was found on the stone but questioned it and noted your source for a possible different maiden name. I feel much better abt. it. Thanks very much for doing it....

Donna

Added by Donna Ruhland Bonning on Nov 27, 2009 10:28 AM

Donna Ruhland Bonning
RE: Anna Wolcott- Middlebury
Hi Marsha.......

I would just go with the tombstone. It seems like a pretty big detail for them to screw up by painstakingly carving. The way i see it.....the person looking for the tombstone sees what's there and can make thier own assumptions and do thier own research. I'm just transcribing the cemetery in pictures......a lot less room for error. That's what it's all about right? I wouldn't add info that's not on the stone. Not unless i had a deep personal interest and knowledge.....such as being a family member.

Added by Donna Ruhland Bonning on Nov 25, 2009 6:41 PM

Max Brown
Griffin
I noticed that the stone reads Griffin rather than Griffen as listed on site. Write to AMBS and get ownership transfered to you, so you can make changes. I cleaned the stone as best I could with what was in my car. Dates had been covered in muddy wash from slope of the land there.
Max

Added by Max Brown on Oct 10, 2009 11:43 AM

Ryley Meagher
Lamont Cemetery #5626456
Hi Marsha- Here I am again. Lucretia Brown is the daughter of Ira Griffith and Hannah Everest. Her Husband's name was Lewis Wesley Brown. Their daughter Etta must have placed the stone. Ryley

Added by Ryley Meagher on Sep 27, 2009 8:24 PM

Edward Toy
Briggs
At the Chestnut Ridge Cemetery in Orchard Park his name is Mory, might be short for Morton

Ed Toy

Added by Edward Toy on Sep 22, 2009 7:39 PM

KChaffeeB
Mary Hooker
Hello I see you created the page for Mary Hooker in the Until the Day Dawn cemetery. You have her listed as the wife of John Hooker. The reason I'm writing is that I have a Mary Chaffee Hooker first wife of Capt. James Hooker who also died in 1839 in New york (I don't have the exact dates) and I was wondering if this could be the same person or if you have any info on this branch of the family. Thank you!

Added by KChaffeeB on Aug 31, 2009 7:23 AM

Daryl VerStreate
RE: Parker Cemetery
No problem it wa upsetting me to see it that way. lol

Added by Daryl VerStreate on Aug 18, 2009 6:02 PM

Daryl VerStreate
RE: Parker Cemetery
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GRid=40770627&CRid=2318792&

check this out

Added by Daryl VerStreate on Aug 17, 2009 9:11 AM

Daryl VerStreate
RE: Lemuel Durfee
Apparently Parker is also known as LEmeul Durfee Cemetery but the cemetery picture on the website is not of that cemetery it belongs to Sanford Cem on a different Road.

Added by Daryl VerStreate on Aug 16, 2009 8:04 AM

Judy
RE: Nathan Durfee
Hi, Marsha. I don't know if I got back to last week or not.

Yes, Nathan's father Gideon was probably buried in Palmyra, although I haven't found his grave. One source [contributor on Ancestry.com] gives date for death for Gideon as Jun 1808. FamilySearch gives his DOD as Aug 1808. Both in Palmyra.

The same Ancestry source says Hannah Wood Durfee was buried in 1857 in Newburgh Cemetery, Livonia.

I would feel confident in tying them together. My son descended from Nathan's brother George who died in MI twelve years after the boys' mother, Hannah. jld

Added by Judy on Aug 15, 2009 12:39 PM

Georgia Girl
William Wadsworth Wolcott ...
Have descendants also buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Griffin (Spalding Co.), GA where William Wadsworth Wolcott's parents are buried.

Carol

Added by Georgia Girl on Jun 30, 2009 1:11 PM

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