|Paul R||RE: Factroyville Cemetery|
Are you asking me to add the three individuals or the relationship? I could not find the people so I am assuming you want me to add the individuals. I just wanted to check before I did anything.
Added by Paul R on Oct 29, 2014 5:29 PM
|Lisa||James and Hannah|
Than you so much for the names of Hannah's parents!
Added by Lisa on Oct 02, 2014 12:34 PM
|Lisa||James Randolph - Hannah Van Buskirk|
Hey! I noticed that you are researching your family lineage of James Randolph and Hannah Van Buskirk. They were my 4th great grandparents :) I am also researching this line. If I find anything of interest, I will certainly let you know.
Added by Lisa on Mar 13, 2013 8:35 PM
|Faulkner||Keefe Memorials in Epiphany Cemetery|
Thank you for such a great job in taking the photos of the Keefe family in Epiphany Cemetery. We are in Texas and much appreciate your efforts.
Added by Faulkner on Sep 26, 2012 10:24 AM
That is wonderful, Candy! Good luck to you and happy snapping! Thanks for all you've done so far...
Added by maserin on Aug 09, 2012 8:50 PM
A million thanks for your wonderful photos of my great grandparents' grave! This is the first time I'm seeing it, and I'm so grateful to have the images for my family tree!
Added by maserin on Aug 08, 2012 12:07 PM
|Darlene ||Infant Searle|
Candy thank you I appreciate you keeping an eye out for them, they are my brick wall. Charles N. Searle died between 1880-88 Elizabeth A Searle died in 1903.
Thank you for taking to time to records these important records, you will never know how much it means
Added by Darlene on Aug 26, 2011 1:09 PM
|Darlene ||Infant Searle|
Thank you for taking the photo of this baby's headstone in West Candor Cemetery.
I have been looking for this family for years http://tioga.nygenweb.net/westcand.htm lists two Searl (sp) babies there. I wonder if their father Charles was also buried there. Do you know if there are any records of these deaths? They were so long ago I am not sure where to look.
Thank you again, this means so much
Added by Darlene on Aug 24, 2011 7:00 PM
|Robert Davis Purple Sr.||Warren Johnson photo|
Glad to see you're back at adding photos from Schoonover Cemetery ! Interesting to see that NY Gen Web is accurate in that Warren's stone does NOT give a date of death, makes you wonder if he is buried there . . .
Anyway, thanks again for posting the photo.
P.S. I caught the picture taking bug from you. The last few days I have been taking and posting photos and memorials for people buried in the Highland Cemetery in my current town of Newburyport. The cemetery is large but only about 60 memorials were in Find A Grave when I saw a photo request. The number is now up to 180 due to my work.
So thanks for getting me involved and possibly helping out others who are looking for their long lost relatives.
Added by Robert Davis Purple Sr. on Aug 08, 2011 7:50 PM
|Robert Davis Purple Sr.||Johnson Photos - Schoonover Cem|
I hope you realize how amazing it is to get such a quick response to my request for photos. You were able to get both parents and their 2 daughters - in one day !
I really do appreciate you taking the time out to do this, it's not easy to find these gravestones and although Tioga Center is not that far away from Newburyport (well, almost 300 miles) this is certainly something I wasn't sure I would get to do, what with my examines and procedures for prostate cancer and all.
Please let me know if I can help you out with photos in the southern New Hampshire and/or Northeast Massachusetts cemeteries.
Added by Robert Davis Purple Sr. on Jun 23, 2011 8:13 PM
Double thanks for following up and taking the photos of Alexander Punchello and Katherine (Mastrantonio) Tribe's graves! *Two* visits out to Epiphany in as many days: amazing! Your efforts are most appreciated!
Added by maserin on Jun 16, 2011 11:31 AM
|maserin||Joseph and Celia Mastrantonio|
I'm so thankful for your swift delivery of their headstone photo! Would you perhaps be willing to email me the original photo for my records? maserin gmail com. The one you uploaded is great, but I'd love a bigger, print quality file if possible to include in my family history book, which I plan to publish soon!
Added by maserin on Jun 13, 2011 11:01 AM
Thank you for taking this photo and for the hard work of reading some of the older stones!
Added by bvn on Jun 06, 2011 2:21 PM
Candy, thank you so much for taking the photos at Baptist Corners! How wonderful to have those images captured. I really appreciate your work. Karen
Added by bvn on Jun 06, 2011 7:12 AM
|Eleanor Stuart McKinney Dolan||Cooper/Dann|
I certainly do appreciate your effort of getting the photo, thanks so much.
Added by Eleanor Stuart McKinney ... on Jun 02, 2011 4:44 PM
|Bob Simpson||Pearl photo request..|
Candy - just noticed you managed to find the grave, thank you for going that extra mile for me, it is very much appreciated - Bob.
Added by Bob Simpson on May 26, 2011 5:55 PM
I cited the wrong book in my message below, I meant "Our Country and It's People; Tioga Co., N.Y." Ed. by Leroy W. Kingman
Added by CC-Genealogy on May 11, 2011 10:21 AM
Regarding the search for the Factoryville records:
The URL in the last message takes you to a genealogy web page for the Factoryville Cemetery. On that page, it tells us that the records were transcribed from a list made in the 1940s by Phillips Cramer. Supposedly that list is at the "Waverly Town Hall Annex". I'm not sure when those words were written. Perhaps the village of Waverly has their records elsewhere now. In any case, it looks like Mr Cramer compiled his list from various sources, not necessarily just tombstone inscriptions and cemetery records. Apparently also Clint Haverly's History of Tioga County (printed in the 1890s). So perhaps by the 1940s, it was known that the original list did not exist? At least that is my guess.
I've found local funeral homes quite helpful in pinpointing who I need to contact for a particular cemetery. Around Nichols, there are "cemetery historians". Not sure about Waverly.
Added by CC-Genealogy on May 11, 2011 10:20 AM
|CC-Genealogy||re: Mary T. Baker at Factoryville|
Thank you for taking the effort Candy. I'm sorry that your search for Mary's marker was fruitless. The list where I obtained info on her burial was at this URL http://tioga.nygenweb.net/wavcem1.htm. Information from this website has normally been somewhat reliable (except for when I found many of the burials at Waits Corner were listed under North Candor).
Added by CC-Genealogy on May 10, 2011 11:36 PM
|Bob Simpson||Pearl photo request.|
Hi Candy - Thanks for your efforts and the info, must be an unmarked grave. Regards, Bob.
Added by Bob Simpson on May 10, 2011 10:06 PM