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Diane Peterhans - Maxted
Bernard Irish
Thank you so much for the picture of my Uncle Bernard
Diane

Added by Diane Peterhans - Maxted on Oct 15, 2013 4:29 PM

WK Irish
RE: Irish
Thanks for the offer, I'm always interested in learning more about the Irish family regardless of which branch.
Have been away from researching things for awhile, perhaps you've provided the impetus for a return in the fall with the change of weather.
Am open to sharing but more likely, learning from you. Let me know how you'd prefer to go forward.
WK Irish

Added by WK Irish on Jun 06, 2012 9:52 PM

Becky
Old Ryan Cmetery
This cemetery is located at the end of my grandmothers driveway. We walked over and looked for the 2 you are requesting photos of. By no surprise these stones have no markings left on them to even read. There may have been 1 or 2 that had letters on them. We can post a photo of the cemetery and whats left of it as you can see the stones and what appears to be the marks of the grave sites.

Added by Becky on Apr 12, 2012 1:29 PM

Adk_Gen
RE: Crossett Cemetery
The Crossett Cemetery has only two graves; Eran Crossett and his son, James. Eran's parents, Hezekiah and Betsey Wheeler, are buried in Deerhead Cemetery, also located in the town of Lewis. Hezekiah and Betsey had 13 children (that I know of), most of them settling in the areas around Lewis, New York. Cemeteries where Crossetts are buried are the Deerhead Cemetery and Lewis Cemetery in Lewis, Riverside Cemetery in Wadhams, and Schroon River Cemetery in North Hudson, New York. One daughter, Jane, married a Charles Powers, and went to Wisconsin; I don't know anything further on her.

Added by Adk_Gen on Dec 24, 2011 8:54 AM

Diane Peterhans - Maxted
Bernard Irish
If you would like to see the memoiral that I did for Uncle Bernard go to the National World War 11 Memorial - search the registry for Bernard Irish, territory Miohigan

I did no know Uncle Bernards brother but met a sister, Ellen. My mother and father, David and Margaret Peterhans probably knew them

I am so glad that you were able to find Aunt Elsie and Uncle Bernards Memorial on findagrave

Diane


Added by Diane Peterhans - Maxted on Jul 07, 2010 7:15 AM

Glenda Ragan
headstone request at Old Auburn
On your photo request. I have been to the cemetery and plan to return. It may be a unmarked grave. I am familiar with this cemetery and have done most of the headstones already. I will let you know what I find if anything. I am mapping out the location so I can be sure.

Glenda

Added by Glenda Ragan on Jul 06, 2010 10:01 PM

 
 

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