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Mike Ohio
James Symes Request
I fulfillment of your request from Milan Cemetery, I have uploaded photos and cemetery record information for him.

I also uploaded additional photos and cemetery record information for his wife
Martha Symes # 30350485

Added by Mike Ohio on Mar 15, 2013 9:38 AM

Deborah Nouzovsky
Thank You
Thank you for all the additional info on Capt. Horace C. Bennett. I really do appreciate it.
Regards, Deborah

Added by Deborah Nouzovsky on Jul 14, 2011 8:13 AM

Gary J Millett
RE: Thank You for Photograph

Thanks for the bio. He was oviously a fine man. Please forgive me for interpreting the middle initial as a "P" rather than an "F". I'll correct it in my files.

I'll also quote from his letters during my tours.

Added by Gary J Millett on Mar 29, 2011 9:25 AM

Addison Wheeler
I added Charles Peppard & Martha Walker Peppard Wheeler to Find A Grave, and linked them together.

Added by LDR on Sep 19, 2009 4:33 PM

Warren Coon
I googled Dusinberre, George B. and there is a large group of that name, But George was involed in the civil war, Lots of info there in Senecs county here is a sample

ELLA J. MERRICK - Miss Ella J. Merrick, age 77, died Tuesday evening at home of her niece, Mrs. Milo G. Austin on Central Ave., Wellsboro. Daughter of Israel and Julia Merrick and the last of a large family of brothers and sisters. She was a sister of the late George W. Merrick, Ellis Merrick, and Charles Merrick, Mrs. Mortimer F. Elliott, Mrs. W. T. Mathers, Mrs. Deroy Herrington, and Mrs. Larrison.

Her health had been declining for several years. Was up and about the house until a few days previous to death. Cause of death, Bright's Disease. Had lived in Wellsboro all her life, except short periods she spent with her sister in New Mexico, and her niece, Miss Larrison in Chicago, where she resided for eight years. Educated at the old Wellsboro Academy. Fond of good literature and was well informed on history and current topics. An interesting conversationalist. Came to live with Mrs. Austin four years ago, where she received every comfort and tender care. Member of Presbyterian Church. Survived by following nephews and nieces: Mrs. M. G. Austin of Wellsboro; Mrs. Joseph Fridel of Hammondsport; Mrs. Leon B. Ferry of Binghamton; Mrs. George B. Dusinberre, of Elmira; Miss Nellie Larrison of Chicago; mrs. Anna Kibbe, of Wellsboro; Sarah, Ellen, Anna, and Ellis Merrick, Jr. of Williamsport. William Mathers of Hazelton; Horace Mathers of Wellsboro; and Charles Merrick, of Deerfield. Funeral at 2:30 at home of M. G. Austin on Central Ave., Wellsboro. Rev. Orrin G. Cocks, pastor of Presbyterian Church conducted service. Interment in Wellsboro Cemetery.

1858 Marriages
Dusinberre, George B. Geneva NY Elizabeth C. Warner 6 Jan 1858

Added by Warren Coon on Sep 10, 2009 10:03 AM


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