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Mary D (#46962566)
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Ron Kinney
Jemima Geer
Hi, I have been to the Pioneer Cemetery, here in Fredonia three times. In the area of the plot number there are three gravestones with names, but no dates. The names are Esther, Mary and the third one Lucy, all with the last name Geer. Either there is no headstone or maybe she went by a middle name? I will be going up there soon and I will check again for you. Sincerely, Ron Kinney

Added by Ron Kinney on Jul 11, 2010 7:03 AM

Don Blauvelt
Abigail (Winship) Manning
Mary, you have an open request for a photo of Abigail Manning at Scotland, Conn. The creator of her memorial page, who has left no manner in which to contact him, placed Abigail as buried at the wrong cemetery. I have created a duplicate memorial for her, #52741955, where I believe she and her husband are likely actually interred; i.e., the original "old" section at the NE corner of Devotion and Cemetery Roads, which is not included in Hale's Connecticut Cemetery database.

Added by Don Blauvelt on May 23, 2010 3:51 PM

Ben Jacobson
Elizabeth Unknown
Hi Mary,

I am looking at the High Resolution picture right now, and what would Elizabeth's husband's name have been? Looking and squiting at it I don't really see Alberts for a last name. I looked at the times I took the pictures, and there was a half hour difference. That is a pretty big difference for me when I take pictures cause I usually move pretty fast, so I don't think they are buried near each other. What is Elizabeth's full name also. I have several headstones with Eliza as a name, it might be them. I will try and help you out as much as possible.

Added by Ben Jacobson on Feb 10, 2009 6:30 PM

Stephen Ranum
A J Duren
Thank you for the information. I have edited his memorial to reflect the information you have given me.

Stephen Ranum

Added by Stephen Ranum on Jul 25, 2008 7:30 AM

Paul G. Healy
Welcome
Mry, I am pleased to help with the photo of your great grandparents. Mount Hope is a wonderful cemetery and is worth the trip. Charles Barnard is also at lot 78 of Section R and I added photos for him also. Now the catch, to repay what I have done for you you should try to fill a photo request for someone else. I started at Find a Grave to get a picture of my Grandparents grave and now am an admitted addict. This is what makes Find A Grave work. Welcome and have fun graving.

Added by Paul G. Healy on Dec 29, 2007 9:37 AM

 
 

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