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Deborah Waite (#47365484)
 member for 4 years, 17 days
Karna Coffman
RE: Ludwig Snyder, a Revolutionary War Patriot, and Louisa Hoffman Snyder.
Ludwig (Lewis) Snyder and Louisa (Lucy) Hoffman Snyder had the following children: Abraham H., Philip, Maria, John L., Catrina, Jacob, Ludwig, Michael, George, and Louisa. Philip was baptized on May 18, 1777 at the Scholharie Lutheran Church.

Added by Karna Coffman on Jul 13, 2013 2:14 AM

Tom C.
RE: Harriet Waite Felton
Deb - I'll send it directly to you via your email.

Tom

Added by Tom C. on Feb 21, 2013 6:51 PM

Tom C.
RE: Charles Y. Felton
Deb - yes - please send along the other info - I will add it.

Let me know if you want me to transfer the memorials to you.

Tom

Added by Tom C. on Feb 21, 2013 6:31 AM

Tom C.
RE: Harriet Waite Felton
Hi Deb - the info was from Oakwood Cemetery's register book - I just changed her father's name from Henry to Gardiner.

Tom

Added by Tom C. on Feb 21, 2013 6:28 AM

Melissa R.
Marcus Johnson
I was told that when he passed away they didnt have too much money. I have talked to you before. But I wanted to confirm that he is indeed buried there in Smithville cemetery somewhere close to Paul and Emma (Belcher) Johnson. This is from my grandmother who is still living and still very coherent. Also, do you still have a copy of his death certificate? I would love to have a copy, I have his obituary if you would like to add it. Marcus is my great great grandfather.

Obituary:
Lowville Journal Republication
Thursday January 29, 1931

Marcus I. Johnson
Native of Pickney died yesterday.

Marcus I. Johnson, 63, retired farmer, died Wednesday morning at his home, 427 Bridge street, Watertown, after a three years illness. He was a native of Pickney, Lewis county, son of Cheselton and Katherine M. Maybee Johnson. He conducted farms in Worth and Rodman for years and removed to Watertown 17 years ago. He was employed as a papermaker until ill health forced his retirement three years ago.

He leaves his widow, three sons, Byron and Chester A. Johnson, Watertown, and Paul A. Johnson, Adams, and a daughter, Mrs. Hasel Inman, Cape Vincent. His mother, Mrs. C. A. Atkins, 9B of Rodman, and a half brother Ashley Snyder, also survive. The funeral will be at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the home. Rev. E. O. Spaven officiating. The body will be placed in the vault for interment in the spring at Smithville.

Added by Melissa R. on May 08, 2012 9:13 AM

Michelle Eber
Thomas & Elizabeth Duhaime
Thank you Deborah for taking the time to get a photo of the monument for me! It is greatly appreciated.
Michelle Eber

Added by Michelle Eber on Nov 23, 2011 1:49 PM

Martha Meyers
RE: Hitchcock family
Thanks soo much for the extra info! Very helpful and just what I needed!

Added by Martha Meyers on Nov 21, 2011 9:29 AM

RWood
Lawrence Photos
Thanks for your time in taking Henry, anna, Donald and Elizabeth.

Added by RWood on Nov 20, 2011 4:30 PM

Martha Meyers
Hitchcock family
Thank you so much! I still can't quite figure out how Thompson Hitchcock could have had 2 wives when he died at 21. I'm wondering if Livonia and Myra were his sisters instead of spouses. Just thinking.

Added by Martha Meyers on Nov 20, 2011 7:07 AM

stevenleehills
Photo of Truman W Hicks headstone
Deborah,

Thank you very much for the photo of Truman Hicks' headstone, it means so much to all of us in the family! If I can provide pictures in or around the Dallas area for you, please let me know and I'll be more than happy to do so.

Thank you! Steven

Added by stevenleehills on Nov 13, 2011 7:48 AM

Kennetta Lemon
RE: Nichols family
Checking with the local church sounds like a good thing to do, please if it isn't a bother. You are closer since I am in Indiana. If you find papers and need compensated for cost please let me know. Thanks for the website even if it didn't fill in all the blanks, it was nice reading. Good luck for all of us.

Added by Kennetta Lemon on Nov 13, 2011 6:16 AM

Kennetta Lemon
Nichols family
The short way to save space is to say thank you for searching for all the members of this family as requested. Very kind of you to look in the colder weather. Kennetta

Added by Kennetta Lemon on Nov 12, 2011 7:09 PM

Kennetta Lemon
Marion Nichols
Appreciate your efforts to locate and photograph the headstone. Sorry I could not give you more info as to where to look. Sad that some do not have headstones. Thank you. Kennetta

Added by Kennetta Lemon on Nov 12, 2011 6:41 PM

S. Rupp
RE: Davenports
Thanks Deborah. Margaret Gallagher Davenport was my great aunt. The other Davenports are likely her husband's family that I haven't looked into too much. But it's good you took the photos and posted. Thanks again!

Added by S. Rupp on Nov 06, 2011 7:18 AM

S. Rupp
Davenports
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photos of my grandfather's sister's family so quickly. I really appreciate you doing this for me.

Added by S. Rupp on Nov 05, 2011 6:04 PM

Brenda & Pete
Donald Ernst marker
His marker does not have the date of his death. I will get that information for you and either email you or leave another message.

Added by Brenda & Pete on Nov 21, 2010 2:04 PM

Jacklyn Flett Bricker
Verna Irene Bretz Spangler
Hi Deborah,
The information I received from the cemetery office indicates that Verna died April 30, 1969, not the 29th. She was buried May 3, 1969. Block F, Section 1049, Grave 2.

John M Spangler's dates were okay. He was buried March 31, 2003 Block F, Section 1049, Grave 1.

Added by Jacklyn Flett Bricker on Nov 16, 2010 11:33 AM

Jacklyn Flett Bricker
Verna Irene Spangler
Hi Deborah,
The tombstone spelling and cemetery records both spelled her name 'Verna' not 'Verua' as in the Find A Grave photo request I received. I enjoyed getting this photo for you.

Regards
Jackie

Added by Jacklyn Flett Bricker on Nov 16, 2010 11:25 AM

GraverGuy
Oller
Thanks for the info. I put them up so I could actually research and confirm that they were buried there rather than just grabbing 2nd or 3rd hand information from the internet without checking it first.

RM

Added by GraverGuy on Nov 13, 2010 6:29 PM

GraverGuy
Mary Oller
The date of birth came from a calculation given on her death certificate as 38 years, 8 months, and 21 days, dying 14 Jun 1917 at Winlock.

I am trying to compile the family lineage for my brother in law. We believe that his grandfather is the biological grandchild of Bert John Oller who died in 1928.


Regards,
RM

Added by GraverGuy on Nov 13, 2010 6:05 PM

 
 

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