|47554820||RE: Oliver Carson|
Good to hear from you. I have William Carson's obituary, stating that he was born in Richfield Springs. I have a 1908 article stating that William & Michael Carson are traveling from West Exter (near Richfield Springs) to Mechanicville to attend their uncles funeral.
If any of this info is of use, I'm happy to share.
If I come to have info about Robert and Eliza Carson (immigrants) I'll be happy to share!
Added by 47554820 on Jun 01, 2014 8:40 PM
You have Mary C. Carson listed as a spouse of Oliver, but she's his daughter, given the age listed for her on census records when she's in his household.
If you're a descendant, I'd appreciate the chance to exchange information. My husband is a descendant of Oliver's brother, William C. Carson, born in Richfield & relocated to Mechanicsville & died in 1908.
Added by 47554820 on May 31, 2014 1:13 PM
|Ann Mullen||RE: Roxina Pelton Irwin|
Find A Grave Memorial# 87644979
Abraham Gillett (1793-1839), who had a daughter Laura
Likely Roxina's husband
Abraham Gillett (1754-1820), father of the above Abraham
Vague possibility the Find A Grave Memorial# 22766372 *might* be him, since the memorial says "Revolutionary patriot", and Abraham was in Pvt Capt Hooker's Conn State Regiment Jan - Mar 1776
William Pelton (1771-1839)
Find A Grave Memorial# 62815462
Ruth Clark Pelton (1772-1846)
Find A Grave Memorial# 62815475
I have a picture of your great-great grandparents Abraham Organ Gillett and Caroline Whitney that I've scanned. I can send it/park it somewhere for you if you're interested.
Thanks again. We really enjoyed the last will and testament you shared.
Added by Ann Mullen on May 30, 2014 4:42 PM
|Ann Mullen||RE: Roxina Pelton Irwin|
Do you know if Roxina was full-blooded Iroquois? Since Iroquois lineage flows down through the mother, if she wasn't it's possible the American Indian ancestors are on Ruth Clark Pelton's side. I have nothing other than Ruth's parents names (don't have her mother's maiden name) & siblings. I realize your volunteer activities (and your real life) take up a lot of time, but if there is anything else in your great-grandfather's book that might be helpful it would be wonderful (but not expected of you). it's possible you've already shared most info in your terrific write ups at their grave memorials. My husband's great-grandmother was Martha Gillett, one of the aunts who helped raise Abraham after his father's death. Thanks so much!
Added by Ann Mullen on May 28, 2014 10:32 AM
|Ann Mullen||Roxina Pelton Irwin|
My husband's 4th great-grandmother is Roxina Pelton Irwin (through her first husband Abraham Gillette). We were pleased to find her headstone, and also surprised that the write-up included the information she was an Iroquois Indian. We wanted to find out how you came by that information. This is the only place where we've seen this information mentioned.
Thanks so much.
Ann Mullen, wife of Charles Mullen
Added by Ann Mullen on May 26, 2014 8:27 PM
|Scott Coyle||RE: Chris & Fritz Wagner|
Thanks for adding the links!
I also sent you several date and place additions from cemetery records for the Wagner family. (They are under "Edits" on your "Contributors Tools" page.)
Added by Scott Coyle on Feb 26, 2014 5:03 PM
|Donna (Endorf) Londeen||Findagrave filled request|
I want to thank you again for the STETSON headstone you took for me in Quincy Rural Cemetery back in 2010.
You added a photo to Elizabeth Stetson's page 29825764.
Could you please add that same photo to her husband and son's pages.
Memorial number 35569509 Oliver Stetson and 124829011 William Stetson.
Added by Donna (Endorf) Londeen on Feb 08, 2014 3:57 PM
|ANN ROGENSKI||Headstone pics|
I would like to add the photos of the headstones of the following to my family tree on Ancestry. He was my 6th cousin 1x removed,not close but still family.
Roy C Dougan #50638727
Esther Raun Dougan # 5939340
William Alfred Dougan # 44135909
Charles Roy Dougan # 50639340
Ann Rogenski # 47180359
Added by ANN ROGENSKI on Dec 27, 2013 10:18 AM
|Rich Vance||Charlotte Rater updates|
WOW... You're fast! ^_^
Thanks for the updates and link.
Take care and God bless,
Added by Rich Vance on May 20, 2013 5:39 PM
Thanks Scarlett and if it turns out her grave is un-marked a picture of the spot would also be great,
Added by Lasherp on Apr 29, 2013 9:34 PM
|Lasherp||Samuel Houser Photo Request|
Thanks for your time and the great photo. Was there no headstone for his wife Kayheryn?
Added by Lasherp on Apr 29, 2013 5:18 AM
|Rich Vance||Clarence & Pauline Rater in Ripley|
Thanks for the photos.
Clarence was a nephew of my Gr-Grandma, Nettie
Belle (Rater) Alday.
Added by Rich Vance on Apr 06, 2013 1:22 PM
Regarding Mortimer "Murty" Keough (# 64979713), I am trying to clarify a mistake by Findagrave. They list three cemeteries related to St Mary's Catholic Church in Cooperstown, but there are only two. The two that are correct are "Irish Hill" on Glen Ave in Cooperstown (1862-1920's) and "St Mary's Cemetery" in Index, NY (1926 to present). There is no actual "St Mary's Our Lady of the Lake Cemetery" as listed by F.A.G. on Elm Street Cooperstown. That is where the CHURCH is, but there is no cemetery there. Irish Hill is west of town, and St Mary's Cemetery is well south of town. Since Murty died in 1915, he is almost certainly not in "St Mary's Cemetery", which had its first interment in 1926. If he was buried in the cemetery associated with St Mary's church at the time of his death, he might be in "Irish Hill". Next time we go there, we'll be sure to look for him... (anyway, we're hoping to get F.A.G. to consolidate "Our Lady of the Lake" which doesn't really exist, with St Mary's in Index, which does...) Best wishes in your genealogy research! Hope this clarifies, rather than muddies the waters...
Added by suscat on Feb 18, 2013 6:01 PM
Researching Carson line that arrived in New York from Ireland & lived in vicinity of Richfield Springs in the mid-nineteenth century.
If you are a Carson relative, do you know the father of Oliver Carson? Do you know if Oliver had brothers named James & William.
My starting point is William Carson who was born in NY to Irish parents. William married Mary Agnes Cronin, youngest child of Jeremiah Cronin and Ann Holleran (these parents were both born in Ireland, but emigrated to US/New York State). Ann Holleran & 2 children are buried in St Joseph's Cemetery @ Lakeview Cemetery in Richfield Springs.
I believe William may be brother to both a James Carson and Oliver Carson, and that their parents are Robert & Eliza Carson, born in Ireland & emigrated to Otsego County, NY
William is my husbands 2nd great grandfather; I appreciate any information you may be willing to share or direction you might offer.
Added by 47554820 on Feb 08, 2013 1:41 PM
|Ginger & Steve Bollinger||Wm & Sarah Earll; West Union Cem.|
We spent some time yesterday at the West Union Cemetery looking for William and Sarah's headstones. Could not find them. However, we did find two plots with other Earll family members in them. I would like to "discuss" the information I have with you, but it is too voluminous for this forum. Would you provide an e-mail address to further explore this information?
Added by Ginger & Steve Bollinger on Apr 21, 2012 1:10 PM
|Diane Frohne||Matthews and Carson Families|
I was given three "Treasured Memories" books...
(Books that people sign at funerals to say who was there to give their condolences)
The books are for:
John S. Matthews, Jr. who died in 1974
(No name in 2nd book but, I think it is for John S. Matthews, Sr. - date was September 09, 1950,
and the last was for Bessie A. Matthews who died Nov. 24, 1935. One book has condolence cards with it. There is an obituary for on of the "John Matthews"
There is a funeral memorial card for Ethel(Matthews) Ames, wife of Marion D. Ames, who died March 17, 1970
The people who gave them to me would like themto go to a family member. Are these anything that you would like to have?
Added by Diane Frohne on Apr 07, 2012 8:19 PM
|S Wolf||William Gregory|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of William Gregory's grave marker. It means a great deal to me. Sheila Wolf
Added by S Wolf on Feb 10, 2012 8:02 AM
Thank you very much for the Robert Galloway picture from the Quincy Rural Cemetery; I really appreciate your time and help!
Added by Ian on Feb 05, 2012 9:26 PM
|Diane Frohne||RE: Bessie Matthews - Lakeview Cem|
I had taken the picture the same time I took the other ones. I just forgot to post them.
I am sorry.
Added by Diane Frohne on Jan 24, 2012 4:11 PM
|S M Down||Photos|
Scarlett, THANK YOU for posting the photos of Asenath and Buel Phillips. Your kindness is deeply appreciated, especially since it appears that the days are numbered for Asenath's stone.
Added by S M Down on Dec 20, 2011 3:54 PM
|nancy ahern stalter||Mortimer keough|
Just returned from Irish hill cemetery. I found a plot. Not the name you were looking for. I found the Mortimer 1877-1947. Got this from the church records. His name is not listed on the stone. Email me and I will send you what I have. Will go back to St.marys next week and check on the one from 1845-1915. Nancy_stalter@yahoo.com
Added by nancy ahern stalter on Sep 16, 2011 2:51 PM
|nancy ahern stalter||Mortimer keough|
Hi Scarlett, I am going today to try and find this gravesite. I too have family members in this cemetery. I have never done this before and I am hoping I will be successful. Will contactbyou to let you know. Nancy stalter
Added by nancy ahern stalter on Sep 16, 2011 9:39 AM
|ELIZABETH WEAVER||gravestones pictures|
Hi Scarlett, Thank you so much for the pictures of the gravestones of Mary & Allen Piece and George Fitch. I do appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Sincerely,Elizabeth
Added by ELIZABETH WEAVER on Sep 04, 2011 10:02 AM
|Taphophile Duo||James F. Dawson|
Thank you for the picture! It's awesome
Added by Taphophile Duo on Aug 28, 2011 5:04 PM
|judy s||BLAKE FAMILY|
Scarlett-THANK YOU so much for the grave photos of Herbert, Maude & Fay H. Blake . Your effort is greatly appreciated. Judy
Added by judy s on Jul 28, 2011 2:25 PM