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Linda C. Driscoll (#46824024)
 member for 9 years, 8 months, 2 days
Gustave Beck
Linda....FYI...I may or may be able to get a photo of this crypt. The windows that once graced the building are gone and the spaces boarded up. Hence there is no natural light inside. I did record the transcription last year, as the sexton allowed me in the building. I would have needed a flashlight and step stool to do anything else, which I did not have with me.

Added by MFC on Jul 19, 2015 10:40 AM

Jeannie H
Robert Erickson
Hi Linda I went to PineHill cemetery a couple of times to find his grave but couldn't find it. I called the cemetery office a couple of times and they don't answer the phone much. I will try again to call and get a more specific location


Added by Jeannie H on Jul 05, 2015 7:47 PM

Mike Niethe
Alberto Bushnell

I saw your photo request for Alberto Bushnell.
According to the cemetery record book, "Bert Bushnell" was buried on January 27, 1940 on Section F Lot 90.

There is a big "HOAG" monument on that lot, along with a bunch of "HOAG" headstones, but I was unable to locate a gravestone for Alberto.

Added by Mike Niethe on Jun 27, 2015 4:45 PM

Lester Bushnell
Hello Linda, Again
Found several family members. Still trying to locate graves for photos. Have copy of five generation newspaper photo dated Oct 12, 1961. Death notice pg.4 1/17/1899 for Lester D. Bushnell.
Death notice Allen Bushnell Pg.4 5/17/1882
Death notice Fred L. Bushnell pg.4 12/29/1891
Jefferson County Journal ???
Obit Gertrude Bushnell Dec 4, 1994 Watertown Times ??
Marriage notice 11/6/1888 Eliza A. Bushnell and Orville C. Brown.
Obit John P. Bushnell
Obit Catherine Bushnell
article on death notice of Alberto Bushnell 73 one of Sextuplets dies. Albion, June 26 Funeral services for Alberto Bushnell 73, one of the sextuplets born to Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Bushnell of Chicago in 1866, were held her Tuesday afternoon. Alberto's death Monday left but two of the six children surviving. They are Mrs. Alinca Parker of Silver Lake. and Mrs. Alice Hughes Flagstaff Arizona. Two other girls died in infancy and a brother in 1934.
Apparently because of the father's desire to avoid publicity existence of the sextuplets was not generally known until two years ago when Bob Ripley," Believe or not" cartoonist, produced a birth certificate showing the six children were born to Mrs. Bushnell Sept 8, 1866

Added by Jean on Jun 22, 2015 3:28 PM

Ephraim Kendall
Found death notice d. June 10, 1878. age 57-58 congestion of lungs. Two death notices one says 57 the other 58. Someone added a note Pamela Ripley 1820-May 2, 1977

Added by Jean on Jun 22, 2015 2:37 PM

Ripley Family
Hi Linda, Went to the historical Society in Adams NY to find documents on the family. Just so happens that the Ripley home is the historical Society. They have several files and photos of the family. The main family member is Rufus Ripley 1817-1883. Did find Orrin in that family line. Not sure where in Pa you are, but it might be worth the trip to Adams NY E. Church St. Did copy a few documents. Orrin Ripley 3rd child July 5 1810- In Civil war diary of Duane fox, Published in Dams Journal 1974. Death notice dated 11/27/1900 died Nov 23 age 90. He is in Adams Cemetery, but still searching. You can reach me at please put in subject Ripley family.

Added by Jean on Jun 22, 2015 12:58 PM

RE: Callie Mariah & John Lambert
There is often much confusion about Woodland and Woodlawn even the obits are sometimes wrong.

Added by corgilover on Jun 14, 2015 7:52 AM

Ancestor Searcher
RE: Nancy Zimmerman
People like you are there reason I enjoy going out and doing the walk to photograph as many as possible. Definitely my pleasure!!!

Added by Ancestor Searcher on Jun 12, 2015 5:12 PM

RE: Martha J Davis photo
You're very welcome!

Added by Brenda on Jun 07, 2015 5:41 PM

Barbara B
RE: Martin and louisa Miller at Ligioner Valley
You're very welcome for the photos...glad to help!
Barbara B.

Added by Barbara B on May 27, 2015 7:22 AM

Pamela Hoffman Winkler
E: Frederick Haun
You are quite welcome!

Added by Pamela Hoffman Winkler on May 27, 2015 1:51 AM

GreenHills Stones Calling
71281594 Marie Anderson
Thank you for your edit suggestion for Marie Phyllis Stecker Anderson. However, I will need to decline your edit request. Marie's daughter has expressed the specific wish to me that her mother's Find A Grave memorial carry the name "Marie P. Anderson." I had the complete name and removed it per the daughter's request last year.

Best wishes,

Added by GreenHills Stones Calling on May 23, 2015 7:34 AM

RE: Jennie Schlappi
You are most welcome, his is unmarked but it started to thunder so I will go back and and get a picture of his plot for you

Added by BJ on May 22, 2015 3:47 PM

Barbara Wolf
RE: William Lemke
You are welcome. Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on May 19, 2015 12:57 PM

Cindy Davis
Happy to help with the pictures.


Added by Cindy Davis on May 04, 2015 6:09 PM

Cindy Davis
RE: John D Driscoll
I added the picture to the other 2 names.


Added by Cindy Davis on May 04, 2015 6:08 PM

Soul Searcher
RE: Mary Rosenthal
Happy to help! :)

Added by Soul Searcher on Apr 18, 2015 11:31 PM

Soul Searcher
RE: Albert Lemke
My pleasure, Linda. I wish there had been a headstone for the little guy.

Added by Soul Searcher on Apr 18, 2015 11:29 PM

Nathan Haines
RE: Lorraine Sinner
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.

Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 17, 2015 1:32 PM

Nathan Haines
Lorraine Sinner
I got your pics loaded per your request for Lorraine Sinner. She is in a corridor that is pretty dark and poorly lit and is a real challenge to get very good pictures in. And, she is about a mile and a half up, clear up on the very top tier of this corridor. Thank God for zoom lenses.
I am quite sure nobody will ever be bothering her up there. :-]

Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 17, 2015 10:07 AM

RE: Joe C Endicott
My pleasure to get the photo for you. Photo posted on Endicott and Alice's memorial.


Added by MrDLoomis on Apr 16, 2015 10:15 PM

RE: Raymond G Gaylord
You are very welcome! I also took photo their sons marker and created memorial, but just transferred that to you also.

Added by Sunny on Apr 14, 2015 4:10 PM

Jhere McKenzie
RE: Monica Rae Schlappie
You are so welcome! I am sadden when a stone is not present, but the person is still resting in that spot, and it is important to document the resting place. Thank you for allowing me to share the photo. Take Care, Jhere

Added by Jhere McKenzie on Apr 09, 2015 8:59 PM

Marc POTTER Ocker @ 117585435
Hi Linda!

My name is Don Toothman, researcher for all my Toothman's Shurtz's Potter's families, and I ran across this while looking for Joseph DePew (Mary's 3rd husband), who had married a Mary AUSTIN - Potter (somewhere around 1884), but it was a short lived marriage, cause 'Mary' moved on to Kansas to be with her son Benjamin. Mary Potter, was in the 1870 US Census, Butler, De Kalb Co. with only her children, Mr. Potter died in Swan Co. and is buried there.

My question to you would be, when was this Mary POTTER married to Elihu Ocker, or do you know?

I lost Mary AUSTIN - Potter - Nickerson - DePew after the 1900 US Census, while living her son Samuel or Benjamin (can't remember which one right now), but anyways.......LOL, didn't mean to rattle so much, I get carried away sometimes.

Thank you so much, I appreciate any or whatever help you can supply, big or nothing at all and don't feel bad, cause the search will go on.

Also, (and I don't say this often enough), not only for me as a family researcher, but for the other researcher's as well, and that is, how we ALL appreciate your efforts in FindAGrave, cause without your unselfish dedication, in any weather, to create these handsome Memorial's....., you see, family genealogy researcher's and investigators would be at a loss, without YOU!

Again, thank you Linda, and all you Guy's and Gal's out there in FindAGrave, please, keep up the great work!

Don Toothman (Mooretoots)

Added by MooreToots on Mar 23, 2015 11:18 AM

RE: Israel & Belle Salsberry
You're welcome. I just happened across their graves first time I was looking. I will try get some different ones when snow melts.

Added by MollyL on Mar 08, 2015 8:35 AM


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