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Linda F (#47381256)
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Jim Craig
RE: Ida Shanhouse
The correct photo has been posted.

Added by Jim Craig on Mar 21, 2012 4:52 PM

Jim Craig
RE: Ida Shanhouse
Oops - I'll fix it tonight. Thanks for letting me know.

Added by Jim Craig on Mar 21, 2012 8:24 AM

Jim Craig
Shanhouse Graves at Mt. Maariv
Still need memorials for:

and Ann Shanhouse (In Rissman plot across from Shanhouse plot)

Let me know when the memorials are up and I'll post the photos.

Added by Jim Craig on Mar 20, 2012 8:50 PM

Jim Craig
RE: Lenore Shanhouse gravestone
I'll do it tonight and email you when complete. Thanks for your kind words.

Added by Jim Craig on Mar 20, 2012 11:49 AM

Jim Craig
RE: Lenore Shanhouse gravestone
Scroll down to the second photo and you'll see that she is in a herd (flock? bevy? group?) of Shanhouses. They have a HUGE plot. If you want to add the memorial for each I've got the photos. Let me know.

Added by Jim Craig on Mar 20, 2012 9:35 AM

Ann Freeman
RE: Thankful Elizabeth Campbell
Linda, You are very welcome about the Eastman and Farley postings. I am originally from Lewiston so have spent lots of time in Niagara County cemeteries. Thankful Elizabeth (Betsey)Campbell Eastman is my second great-aunt (i.e. her parents William and Elizabeth are my great-great-great-grandparents). I have tried to find Betsey Eastman's grave without success. John Eastman died forty-three years before she did and alot changed during that time. It was undoubtedly her intention to be buried in Cambria with her parents (who died in 1847)and husband and maybe she was and there is no record or stone. However, I think it unlikely. The Campbell Burying ground is very small and in great disrepair. It started as part of William Campbell's farm that he donated to the town for the cemetery. Currently most of the stones are on the ground, my grandfather didn't even know of this cemetery's existence and he lived in Niagara Co. his entire life. Betsey lived with her son Edward at the end of her life, I do not know where he is buried. Her brother Jeremiah who died the same year as Betsey,was originally buried in Dickersonville Cemetery but was moved to North Ridge sometime after 1900 because Dickersonville had become unkempt. Dickersonville Cemetery is larger and in much better shape than the Campbell Burying Ground. Of Betsey's children her son John Jr is buried at North Ridge, Anson at Budd Cemetery, both in Cambria. I have not found a complete listing for North Ridge to date. Edward died in Lockport in 1904, I do not know when he moved there from Cambria. It is possible he buried his mother in Lockport, there are many fine old cemeteries there. I hope this is helpful. I am very pleased that you chose to correspond with me, good luck with Find a Grave. Ann

Added by Ann Freeman on Nov 20, 2010 6:00 AM


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