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Anne Schelzig (#47653873)
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J Cardinal
RE: Eleanor Gay Childs PEABODY
Hi. I went back up to the Annis Cemetery to look for your ancestor. Sorry to say I could not find a gravestone for her. There are some new stones there (replacements. I don't know if someone just placed them there, or if this is where those people are actually buried because they are all together. My educated guess is that your relative's original stone either faded out completely, fell, or was damaged beyond recognition. Again, I'm very sorry that I couldn't find it. I know how frustrating it is to know where someone is supposed to be and there is no physical evidence. If I come across something, I will certianly let you know.

Added by J Cardinal on Jun 10, 2012 12:45 PM

J Cardinal
RE: Eleanor Gay Childs PEABODY
Hi. I'd be happy to, but I am not sure if the stone exists, or if it does, whether it is legible. Annis is a very small cemetery, and very OLD. The stones are mostly sandstone and have been too weathered to read. Do you have any dates? Sometimes I can read the dates or other clues on the stone, so the more info I have the better chance I have to find her. So send me what you know and I'll see what I can do.

Added by J Cardinal on Feb 09, 2012 7:48 PM

Stephen Payne
RE: JUDDs in Cornwall Central Cemetery

I photographed all the gravestones in this cemetery this summer...and added all names I found in the old records in the town hall. I'm related by blood or marriage to most of the people in this cemetery (Cornwall is my hometown) so I've worked hard to pull together all available, if they aren't already entered, I haven't found any evidence of them being here.


Added by Stephen Payne on Nov 12, 2011 7:23 PM


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