|Sandra Brookshire Behne||Brookshier transfers|
Thank you so much for the two transfers. Much appreciated.
Added by Sandra Brookshire Behne on Sep 06, 2015 10:24 AM
|Glenda Schroeder||RE: Thanks!|
You are welcome! There are 2X as many graves besides the marked/named ones, but they are just marked with a mountain stone, not knowing who is buried there.
Added by Glenda Schroeder on Jun 07, 2013 6:12 AM
|MSA||RE: Moses Cornwell (#41866902)|
I'm not sure why that person felt the need to add info about the marker. Old Town Burying Ground no longer exists. All information came from lists which were made at the time of it's existence. So, apparently there used to be a marker with information regarding his age at time of death.
The graveyard was turned into a park sometime in the later part of the 1800s. (Not sure now about the year.) Families that still existed in the area were allowed to remove their loved ones, and/or markers. Many were relocated to Greenfield in Uniondale (Hempstead).
As I read it, the remaining markers were turned over and covered with dirt as the ground was prepared for the park. Sounds shocking to us now but this seems to have been a practice in New York City during that time period. Many of the NYC parks were former cemeteries.
Please Google it for further information about Old Town. Good luck with your research.
Added by MSA on Oct 07, 2012 9:28 AM
|Anonymous||RE: How are you related to Arthur Bedell?|
Madelene (not Madeline) Crasto Bedell was my maternal grandmother. I would be happy to share a photo of her. I also have some photos of Arthur, but none of Warren.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 21, 2012 2:33 PM
|Anonymous||How are you related to Arthur Bedell?|
I am Arthur Bedell's granddaughter. How are you related? Do you have a photo of the Crastos?
Added by Anonymous on Jul 20, 2012 9:17 PM
I saw that you uploaded some of the photos of the Iveys from our site on ancestry.com. Nice to see them here and connected to the graves, but I'd be grateful if you credited them since they are from my grandmother's photo albums and if someone is interested or connected or has other photos or info, I would love to know about it and for them to get in touch with me.
Cristle Collins Judd
Added by Cristle Judd on Jun 04, 2012 8:50 PM
|Karen Lister||RE: Jacob Wesner #45792776|
Yes, I should have seen the date differences...I'm learning.
Jacob Wesner's stone has 4 sides.
On the right side of Jacob's info is:
Feb 10, 1888
48 yr 11m. & 29d.
On the left side of Jacob's info is:
Mar 31, 1866
29 Yrs. 3M. 16D.
ALSO, on a seperate stone to the left of Jacob Wesner's stone is:
Mar. 31, 1866
28 Yrs. 3M. 16D.
Please advise if you want me to send you the images or what to do. Thanks!
Added by Karen Lister on Apr 29, 2012 7:13 PM
|Linda Sue||RE: Thank You!|
Hi Jason. I'm not really sure about the two headstones. The military headstone is behind the larger headstone. I always thought they were just to show that they were in the military, but that he is buried with his wife, not sure though. Maybe someone else on Find A Grave knows the answer.
Added by Linda Sue on Feb 14, 2012 5:30 PM
The information was either from her death certificate or her obituary or both.
Added by Tyler on Feb 14, 2012 5:01 AM
|Olin E. Hartley||RE: Photo Request|
I failed to mention that we found another Ivey buried next to Emmett. He was Edward Ivey so we got his photo also. You may have seen it, but in case you hadn't, I just wanted to pass this on to you.
Added by Olin E. Hartley on Feb 10, 2012 7:33 AM
|Olin E. Hartley||RE: Photo Request|
You are very welcome. Was glad to get them for you.
Added by Olin E. Hartley on Feb 09, 2012 2:45 PM
|Marie Bonafonte||RE: Thank You!|
I found the Crasto plot photo and uploaded also so you should see it now if you go back into Arthur Bedell's record. I have photo for both Franklin & Emma Crasto and will upload tomorrow night (I claimed your requests). Unfortunately, I don't have a photo of the side of Arthur Bedell's marker so I can't claim your request for a photo of his wife. I doubt if I'll be going back for a while now since it has started snowing - perhaps someone else will. If not, once it warms up a little, I'll try to go over there.
Added by Marie Bonafonte on Jan 16, 2012 9:15 PM