|Barb Painter||Judy Ray|
Judy passed away October 4, 2013 of cancer. I just realized as I type this that it was one year ago today. She was a distant cousin of mine that I just learned about a couple of years before she passed, and she had so much information on the Painter Family. RIP, Judy
Added by Barb Painter on Oct 04, 2014 2:32 PM
|Paul Nickel||Roy Landon Humphreys|
I probably am your second cousin. My grandfather was RLH. I will try to get my brother to stop in Fargo and get pictures and info from the cemetary when he goes to MN on vacation.
Added by Paul Nickel on Jun 04, 2014 11:29 AM
|William Fox||Daggett-Gilman-Wylie Families|
Hello Judy, Someone sent me a message stating that you had passed away. I didn't know if I should except that information or not but I see you have not answered any of your messages since last year and then one in January. I hope you get this message and that you are okay.
Added by William Fox on May 04, 2014 6:18 PM
|Jim Winsness||William Gravenor|
I made the memorial for John Grosvenor in MA and saw the link to his father William in England. Where did you get this neat informtion? I have a friend living not 5 miles from that church and he's going to take some photos. I'm wondering if you know others buried there or want the photos when I get them. Your memorial was 92491000
How do you relate to John. I also made the memorial for his wife and the links come down to me.
Jim Winsness -- South Carolina - summer at the Great Sacandaga Lake above Schenectady.
Added by Jim Winsness on Jan 28, 2014 8:45 AM
|Charlene Pickering||Need Help|
I don't know if you are close to the cemetery or not, but if you are, I was wondering if you could help me. I'm researching the Bell surname, I know it's like Smith!
I know that the family lived in Niagara Falls in 1925, and that one of them, was buried in the Riverdale Cemetery, name is David Perry Bell 1908-1928, I was hoping to get confirmation of this, and hopefully a photo of the headstone. If you can, your help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your time
Added by Charlene Pickering on Aug 12, 2013 11:50 AM
|William Fox||Phebe (Daggett) Wylie|
Are you a descendant of Ida May (Gilman) Ray? I am the Great-Great Grandson of John L. Daggett, youngest brother of Phebe (Daggett) Wylie and I was so surprised to look into the face of John's niece, Charlotte M. (Wylie) Gilman.I have been researching the Daggett Family for many years. John L. Daggett was the father of Rachael Helen (Daggett) Winney of Broadalbin, Fulton County, New York. Rachael & Charlotte would be first cousins. My Paternal Grandmother, Gertrude H. (Winney) Fox was the daughter of John J. Winney & Rachael H. (Daggett) Winney.My Father, William L. Fox, Sr was the youngest son of Robert D. Fox & Gertrude (Winney) Fox. I am my father's youngest son, William L. Fox, Jr. I have copied the Wylie Family Bible's dates from a copy made by Mrs. James (Jennie Codding) Daggett of Broadalbin. Horace Jeffords ran the funeral home in Broadalbin so he loaned the Bible to Jennie Daggett because he knew the Dagget Family were relatives of the Wylie's who he descended from. Well this is a long message so I will stop here. My e-mail address is; firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send me a message at that address. Thank You! William L. Fox formerly of Gloversville, N.Y but now of Wichita, Kansas.
Added by William Fox on Mar 02, 2013 9:37 PM
|Mike Turner||RE: you're a new member|
Perhaps you remember the Ground Round @ NF Blvd & Military? I worked there for several years in the 80's.
Added by Mike Turner on Sep 21, 2012 5:40 PM
|Mike Turner||RE: you're a new member|
Yes - We live in the Niagara Falls area(actually Wheatfield but have a falls zipcode). You're very welcome. I know I have too learn more about the smarter way to do this, but I found the people a Riverdale very friendly and helpful. I've always been interested in cemeteries and grave markers - some have such a story to tell. I plan to visit a few more cemeteries in the area to get some pictures while we still have some good weather. I hadn't thought about the the family memorial but that would be a good project.
Added by Mike Turner on Sep 16, 2012 6:35 PM
|David L. Sadler||RE: Ethel & Ann Barrick|
You are welcome.
Added by David L. Sadler on Apr 25, 2012 7:27 PM
|David L. Sadler||Barrick|
Had problems with the
Added by David L. Sadler on Apr 25, 2012 9:08 AM
|A Moore||RE: Gilman Transfers|
During the late summer I headed a group that transcribed all most the entire cemetery and took photos. It is taking me abit to get it uploaded. But keep checking in, I bet you have more relatives in the cemetery. I am thankful someone out there cares about the people in it. Your welcome.
Added by A Moore on Mar 07, 2012 5:45 AM
|Nikita Barlow||Lucia Humphreys|
Thanks for your message. I've updated Mrs. Humphreys' bio with the interesting info you've provided, including the links to her parents. I've also credited you as the source of this info in the "Notes" section.
Added by Nikita Barlow on Feb 22, 2012 12:59 AM
|Bev Mundy||Isaac Kibbe Transfer|
Thanks for the transfer. Appreciate your help.
Added by Bev Mundy on Feb 21, 2012 11:27 AM
|Bob Collins||Seth Grosvenor|
Green-Wood's online burial database lists only one Seth Grosvenor buried in Green-Wood, moved there from a previous grave in New York Marble Cemetery (according to the page creator) and reinterred in Green-Wood April 27 1861. It also shows Eliza Grosvenor (sister) interred there January 2 1862. Since only 2 names (and no dates) appear on the monument (Seth Grosvenor and Elisha Williams), it will be necessary for you to contact the cemetery office (from their Web site
http://www.green-wood.c) to confirm or rule out he burial of the second Seth Grosvenor.
Added by Bob Collins on Feb 20, 2012 4:21 AM
|CHerr||RE: Rutson Rea some info from a published source|
Thanks, J. I've got a reprint of the 1883 history of lewis county. A wealth of info as well as about some of the early cemeteries.
By the way, I found its author's family lot at Lowville Rural Cemetery.
Added by CHerr on Feb 11, 2012 4:07 PM
I have linked Phillip to his wife and parents. You will have to contact the originator(s)of his children's memorials to link them to Phillip.
Added by Crowfoot on Feb 08, 2012 8:16 AM
|CHerr||peter rea's parents|
84234389 actually is margaret's id. but I figured it out after looking at the cemetery. thanks for the numbers; I have added it to his memorial.
Added by CHerr on Feb 08, 2012 7:00 AM
|ChrisB||RE: Grace Hays|
She probably got onr because she married a vet. I think the VFW does them but I'm not sure.
Added by ChrisB on Feb 05, 2012 4:57 PM
|ChrisB||RE: Grace Hays|
The round emblem is a veteran sticker that's on most veteran's graves. The left side of the V says Let us not forget and the right side of the V says Those who served. Her husband's sticker just caught the light the wrong way and looks blank. Here's another marker with an easier to read sticker
Added by ChrisB on Feb 05, 2012 3:38 PM
Thanks for the picture and info.
Added by ChrisB on Feb 05, 2012 5:16 AM
|Alice ||RE: Caherine Street Cemetery|
You are correct. The Old Gansevoort Cemetery is on Catherine Street and has occasionally been called the Catherine Street Cemetery. Cornelius Durkee listed the cemetery under the Town of Northumberland, as "Gansevoort Cemetery, Old", pages 441-451.
Added by Alice on Feb 03, 2012 4:41 AM
|Susan||RE: Hugh Rea #66242407|
Added info you provided to both Hugh Rea and to Sarah Rea #66242236. I didn't connect Hugh up to Margaret Rea 84234389, because you didn't specify if she was his mother or not. If these are you family, let me know and I'll be happy to transfer them over to you
Added by Susan on Jan 30, 2012 2:21 PM
|CHerr||RE: Ann Rea|
try the newpaper sites, www.fultonhistory.com and www.nnyln.net and search the papers there.
I have cemetery listings I can email you with the link for that sitee also. my email is email@example.com
Added by CHerr on Jan 30, 2012 12:32 PM
Thanks for your comment. I have discovered that peter had three wives, one a the time of his death. Please take a look at the changes I've made to Ann and Peter's memorials.
Added by CHerr on Jan 30, 2012 8:01 AM
Just don't know about that anna; will check my source to confirm the death date. Maybe even his mother ; didn't have the age. I saw Peter on the marker and it seems to be " " of Peter Rea. I presumed it read wife of .
Added by CHerr on Jan 30, 2012 6:29 AM