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Roxy Triebel (#46912176)
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Donna
RE: Percy Miller -
thanks Roxy -- I guess my main reason for questioning it is the name difference -- should I put something in Ella's memorial indicating that she remarried or something - who are her husband(s),,? so who is Percy's father?

Added by Donna on Nov 29, 2014 5:30 AM

Donna
Percy Miller -
Please check the link you gave me for his mother -- I think the # was wrong - hope you had a nice holiday

Added by Donna on Nov 28, 2014 5:25 AM

Jeff Broido
RE: Lafayette and Annie Milroy
I do recall seeing a couple of Learys, so I'll take another look the next time I go back.

Added by Jeff Broido on Sep 17, 2014 1:34 PM

L Eriksson
RE: Triebel photo
No problem. Sometimes people forget (or don't know) about approving edits.

Added by L Eriksson on Sep 17, 2014 8:34 AM

L Eriksson
RE: Triebel photo
Please approve edit for William & Hannah's plot location.

Added by L Eriksson on Sep 12, 2014 10:47 AM

Steve Carlson
RE: Charles Triebel family
You are welcome. That's what makes Find A Grave great.

Added by Steve Carlson on Sep 10, 2014 11:46 AM

L Eriksson
Triebel photo
I found the grave of his wife Hannah also - adjacent to William. - born 1852. No death date on the stone, but records state she was buried 1916. Do you want to make a memorial for her?

Added by L Eriksson on Sep 09, 2014 3:55 PM

L Eriksson
Triebel photo
Wile taking photo of William's grave today, I took one of wife Hannah's also. Do you want to set up a memorial for her?
Linda

Added by L Eriksson on Sep 09, 2014 12:45 PM

Beth Smith
RE: More Fero grave photos at Billiongraves.com
Roxy, you are more than generous! Thank you so much for all your trouble!

Added by Beth Smith on Nov 02, 2013 7:23 PM

Beth Smith
RE: Thank you (Fero grave photos)
Well, thank you so much, Roxy! I really do appreciate you taking this picture! Especially on your vacation:)

Added by Beth Smith on Oct 28, 2013 1:42 PM

Beth Smith
Thank you
Thank you, Roxy, for taking these photos. I really do appreciate the time and trouble you've taken to photograph and post these photos of these long-gone loved ones. I would guess that what is true for us is true for most: the photos that you have so lovingly taken are the only photos of these relatives that we will ever have. We treasure your kindness.

Beth Smith

Added by Beth Smith on Oct 16, 2013 7:46 PM

JulieLake
Red Hook, NY Methodist
Hi Roxy,
I just added photos for Cora Pulver Hunt, from the Red Hook Methodist Burial Ground. It took me a while to find the cemetery, but I figured out some simpler directions to it, if you'd like them. From the main intersection (Market & Broadway), just head north on Hwy. 9 (N. Broadway) for one block, and take the first right (east) onto Cherry St. (Right is the only way you can turn onto Cherry.) Go east, and in one block cross Graves St. Go another half block east, and this cute little cemetery will be on your left.
Thanks for the warning about poison ivy! I was careful, just in case, but luckily, didn't see any. The place is well groomed, so maybe it has been eradicated.
Here's what I found out from the website of the Red Hook United Methodist Church, which is now at 4 Church St. in Red Hook. That's one block west of the main intersection of town, on the SE corner of W. Market and Church St.
http://www.redhookumc.org/home.htm
"The church began in 1827 as "The Red Hook Mission" and was served by itinerant preachers who held services wherever they could find a place - a farmhouse, a barn, etc. In 1840 a small building was erected on Graves Street. There were an even dozen members.
The present location became the site of a new building in 1849. The structure was cut and framed in Bridgeport, Connecticut, shipped across Long Island Sound and up the Hudson River to Barrytown and then transported by horse and wagon to Red Hook.
The present church was dedicated in 1894 and renovated in 1901. About 1917, electric lighting replaced earlier gas lamps. In 1967, the education unit was added to the sanctuary building."
Many blessings to you, and thanks so much for discovering this sweet little place.
~Julie

Added by JulieLake on Oct 03, 2013 11:31 PM

Donna
Cora Steeger
thanks for the links

Added by Donna on Sep 26, 2013 6:22 PM

Susan
Roger Germond 63158238
How are you doing? Haven't heard from you in a while.

Do you know the name of Roger's first wife?

Is he one of your relatives? (ie, do you want a transfer)

Hope all is well with you
Susan

Added by Susan on Sep 06, 2013 7:31 AM

Doug
RE: Re: Van Kleecks in St. Luke's Cemetery
glad I could help.many of the family names in St Lukes including the Van Kleecks are the name of streets here in Beacon. I live one block from Van Kleeck St. Doug

Added by Doug on Aug 20, 2013 3:32 PM

cos1776
Re: Ella Crary
Completed 20 Aug 2013.
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Your request:
Please connect Ella to her parents Agnes Boyd VK Crary (9394667) and Robert Fulton Crary Sr (9394675)
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Added by cos1776 on Aug 20, 2013 3:28 PM

Donna
Coddington
thanks for the links

Added by Donna on Aug 20, 2013 12:11 PM

cos1776
Re: Van Kleeck @ St. Lukes
Thank you for the family relationship info for the Van Kleecks. The pages have been updated.
Best Wishes.

Added by cos1776 on Jul 31, 2013 3:44 PM

Judy Young
RE: Thaddeus J. Herrick 91143277
If you want them just send request. I do not mind transfers even husband related, or other marriages. 5th cousins removed etc...Use the edit button for them and explain how related, aunts 4th cuz. or whatever.

Added by Judy Young on Jul 09, 2013 12:37 PM

Marie Hayes
RE: James Milroy
I linked them again. I just threw out the rubbing paper this week!

Added by Marie Hayes on Jun 30, 2013 5:49 AM

Sandi Danielle
John Henry Daniel 19591711

Hiya Roxy :::waving:::
Indeed feel free to you my name on any info I
send you. I don't mind at all. :-)
I sent you more info on John Henry Daniel based
on info from the Utah site.

Apparently Sarah is the step-mother. His maternal
mom was Sallie. I also added 2 more siblings
based on a more current Census. I'm also curious as to why he died so young, but they don't
always tell you.

I much prefer FamilySearch.org to Ancestry, but
I try to use both. Take care. :-)
Sandi

Added by Sandi Danielle on Jun 29, 2013 8:57 PM

Marie Hayes
James Milroy
I unlinked him from Mary Casey.

Added by Marie Hayes on Jun 26, 2013 11:37 AM

Debbie Jordan
David Milroy
David Milroy is my step great grandfather. His father and mother were not Duncan and Ida Milroy. They were his aunt and uncle. He was the son of Alexander and Agnes Launders Milroy. I am not sure why Duncan was raising David. We have never found that out. I do know that Electa was married to Tommy Duncan (son of Duncan and Ida) who died at 21 of pneumonia. Because David was part of this family, I am sure that is why he ended up marrying Electa. I have more if you are a relative would love to share it. In any case I would ask that you change his parents. Thanks

Debbie Jordan

Added by Debbie Jordan on Jun 20, 2013 4:09 PM

Susan
leon gobillot 52576805
Nice article about him being a POW. A posted it on his page

Added by Susan on Jun 18, 2013 7:30 PM

Janet Reasoner
Hermance/Heermance
Hello:
I'm in the middle of adding names and pictures to St Johns in upper Red Hook. I notice you've entered a lot of Hermance/Heermance with a lot of question marks and assume you are related. I could send you a bunch of individual changes, but there is an old cemetery list at the following:
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/county/dutchess/data/cems/red/reddutch2.htm

After you've fixed the family I can enter the pictures I have. Let me know what you want me to do.
Thanks, Jan Reasoner

Added by Janet Reasoner on Sep 01, 2012 3:59 PM

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