|Jan Franco||RE: Elizabeth Haynes Lawrence memorial|
Glad you figured it out. I'm not related although I have Converse ancestors. I just added the gate shot for Wales #1, which goes automatically to all the entries in that cemetery.
Added by Jan Franco on Sep 01, 2014 5:51 AM
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hello there Norma!|
Yes indeed...I do plan on linking all of the children together to her. I do find that info is nice to have for folks who trying to figure out where all of the family is buried.
Did I send you the part I typed out with all of the other children. Am working on that entire family from the Budke Collection.
Will work on that cemetery using Budke's transcriptions as I go along.
Only wish they were online. Crazy to have that collection downtown New York City in the Rare Books collection.
I do want to eventually get all that he has online...but as I go I verify to see if the transcriptions make sense. Have found several errors.
Do hope this finds you doing well!
Added by A Family Who Loves Geneal... on Jul 10, 2014 8:27 PM
|Myosotis||Samuel King 1667 - 1713|
I was at Old Town Cemetery today, and did not see this grave. A number of the markers have been obscured by weather (or lost). If you can obtain a map or location from the cemetery, I would be happy to go back and photograph whatever is there.
Added by Myosotis on Apr 19, 2014 1:11 PM
|Rich H.||RE: Van Buskirk/Van Boskerk memorials|
Added by Rich H. on Aug 03, 2013 9:06 PM
|ValerieB453||RE: Rachel Banta Van Buskirk gravestone photo|
Ah, that is good news! :)
I'm always happy when I find a grave with a photo request.
Added by ValerieB453 on Aug 03, 2013 8:09 PM
|ValerieB453||RE: rachel banta van buskirk photo|
I'm not sure if there is a duplication in profiles or if I did not take the right photo.
The photo I have matches this pre-existing profile,
The date of death matches but I don't believe there is any mention of Banta on this headstone.
If this is a duplication, I would recommend contacting Richard H. and see if he would either transfer the profile to you or include your information on the existing profile. (He is active and responds promptly.)
If this is not the correct photo, I did take other photos today that I am still editing and adding to the site. There were several headstones that are no longer readable at this location.
Added by ValerieB453 on Aug 03, 2013 7:26 PM
|Greg Volk||RE: Van Buskirk burials|
OK, thanks. I'll be patient. By the way, I descend through Elizabeth (Boggs) Besley. Is this your line also? Thanks, cousin.
Added by Greg Volk on Jul 06, 2013 12:29 PM
|Greg Volk||RE: Vsn Buskirk memorials|
OK, thanks. However, the parental links do not depend on whether the parents' grave locations are accurate. That's a separate issue.
Added by Greg Volk on Jul 06, 2013 1:24 AM
|Mezzaluna||RE: photo request for Terhune|
I took the info you provided and had another look. Unfortunately the rows are not marked and some are not straight. There are quite a few stones with the two family names you provided (in English), and a few stones in this smallish cemetery do appear to have Dutch writing, but I was not able to find any matches.
Added by Mezzaluna on May 30, 2013 5:45 PM
|Jessie B||RE: Anna Salisbury gravestone|
You're welcome Norma. If there are any other stones in RI that you're looking for I'd be glad to search for you! Hope you have a great day
Added by Jessie B on Apr 11, 2013 6:04 AM
|Cindy||RE: Vanderbeek corrections|
thank you for the corrections. I have made them and created a 2nd memorial reflecting the 2nd brother. It is always nice to be able to attach a full name. I believe that the stone must have been 1 stone at one time and that is why I postd them together.
Added by Cindy on Jan 26, 2013 6:27 PM
|Mitz Hufford||Mabel Zabriskie Hemingway|
Hi, Norma.....Mabel's spouse, Arthur Hemingway, was my grandmother's nephew.....She was Mary Hemingway Johnson, daughter of Joseph Hemingway (Find a Grave Memorial #40539789) and Mary Smith Hemingway (Memorial #28565945)....I'm a newbie at this and still pretty much feeling my way around...so it's exciting for me to find an ancester....best regards, mitz hufford firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Mitz Hufford on Jul 10, 2012 1:52 PM
|Don Blauvelt||Your flower|
You left a flower at my memorial for Richard Treat, #47651777. There are presently five memorials for Richard, the earliest now managed by me. Before I delete the above referred memorial, please consider replacing your flower at memorial 16915597, if it does not already have one previously by you.
Added by Don Blauvelt on Jun 27, 2011 2:04 PM
|Sue Williams||Nathaniel Converse|
I found a bit more info from cemetery records if you would like to add to his memorial. He died on the 24th (you have the 25th), of '.Rheumatism, palpitations of heart'. His place of residence was Troy, NY and he had a daughter, Clara (married name: Mather).
Added by Sue Williams on Jan 02, 2011 2:47 PM
Hi again Norma, I also took a detour today and went back to the Charlotte Center Cemetery, There are two more Norman's, one that goes with the other two I already put on John and Amelia, The name is Carrie, a four month old baby April-August 1873. The other is a separate stone for a William E. Norman 1864-1939. Let me know if you need the photos. Sincerely, Ron
Added by Ron Kinney on Aug 15, 2010 3:03 PM
Hi Norma, I found all of your Damon's and put the photos on. There is another Damon right next to them a Carl 1889-1980 and Grace 1891-1964, I have the photo, if they are related and you create a memorial for each, request the photos I will be glad to put them on. Please email me when you put the request in because the cemetery is out of my range and I wouldn't be notified. Sincerely, Ron Kinney
Added by Ron Kinney on Aug 15, 2010 2:25 PM
I do think it was next to or very near this one. There are not a lot that are on the ground flat. Most of them - that are damaged - are completely gone or are small rounded rock like.
Added by Cindy on Jul 31, 2010 8:47 PM
Sorry won't help at all because as I upload them I erase them. None of these in this cemetery are related to me.
Added by Cindy on Jul 31, 2010 8:43 PM
I think it was about center of the cemetery. There are no stones next to it. The one that was next to it was also broken and lying down with no visible identifiers. I think there are only about 1 / 4 of the stones left. I took photos of all the stones and I think that came to about 300 - 400 with some unreadable and some I took 2 of to decipher them at home. You could possibly go thru and see if there are any other Elizabeths that it could be using the book and the web site.
Added by Cindy on Jul 31, 2010 8:24 PM
|Ron Kinney||Ruth Harrington|
Hi Norma, I retook the photo of Ruth's headstone and the inscription reads, Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Ruth Harrington wife of Joel Harrington died April 28, 1814. Also, there are some Wheelers, a few rows back and much newer stones, but no Olive or Sylvia. Right next to Ruth's stone there are 4 or 5 stones broke right to the ground and they are gone. If there's anything else just let me know. Sincerely, Ron
Added by Ron Kinney on Jul 12, 2010 10:18 AM
|Todd Keator||Lucy Heaton|
Lucy's marker reads "Mariah" not "Maria" as you have it on her listing.
Added by Todd Keator on Jul 12, 2010 3:42 AM
|Todd Keator||Heaton markers|
I've added the two additional pictures. No, I didn't notice any others in that area. I didn't stay there long though. In the next few days I will be going to the Sweetman cemetery which is near there.
Added by Todd Keator on Jul 12, 2010 3:40 AM
|Todd Keator||Heaton markers|
I found and photographed two additional Heaton markers located next to your requests in Pine Grove Cemetery, Charlton, NY:
Mary Catherine Heaton (1845-1917)
Lucy Mariah Heaton (1849-1863)
Please message me if you would like these.
Added by Todd Keator on Jul 11, 2010 2:32 PM
|Ron Kinney||Joel and Ruth Harrington|
Hi Norma, I have added the photos for Joel and Ruth. It is such a shame that Ruth's headstone is in such bad shape, but it is her stone, To actually see it you have to magnify it quite a bit. If you need anything else just let me know. Sincerely, Ron Kinney
Added by Ron Kinney on Jul 11, 2010 2:04 PM
|Nancy||RE: Damon memorials|
The Damons must have been significant in the New Woodstock area. There is a road that runs from New Woodstock to Erieville that is named Damon Road. There were a couple more Damon's that I didn't photograph. I'll get them the next time I'm at the cemetery.
Added by Nancy on Jul 03, 2010 11:54 AM