|Michael J. Von Gebel||Henry Servis|
First off thank you so much for taking Henry's tombstone pic. I went ahead and left his original birthdate as that came from a original family record that his mother had compiled. I updated the other memorial for his wife Anna. I was hoping Ira would have had a stone since he is buried there as well. Anyway I wanted to thank you and let you know I got the memorials updated.
Thank you for your hard work.
Added by Michael J. Von Gebel on Oct 20, 2016 11:03 PM
Added by Cathy Alton on Oct 18, 2016 8:18 AM
|KCBurdick||Edgar S. Hart|
Thank you so much for transferring my great-grandfather's memorial to me!
Added by KCBurdick on Oct 09, 2016 9:22 PM
|Frank K.||Thank you for the transfers....|
...I'll take good care of them. Have a nice day.
Added by Frank K. on Oct 03, 2016 4:36 AM
|Joelle Z||St. Mary's Baldwinsville|
I work for St. Mary's and we are working on updating our cemetery records in to a digital database. It seems that you have more information on some of our older graves that we have on record here at the church. I would love to be able to touch base with you to ask where you were able to get this information from. Finding your website has been a huge help in researching some of our records that are incomplete or missing and we really appreciate the work that you all have done to compile all of this information.
Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Added by Joelle Z on Sep 27, 2016 9:17 AM
|Nancy & Rich Remling||RE: Alcott in Riverside Cemetery Oswego|
Thanks for letting me know! It's sad that there isn't more, but that's why I like to get them photographed if I can, even distant cousins like this, as who knows what might happen in the future to the stones. Hopefully sometime soon, I can get to Oswego to see them, but for some reason it's harder to get to nearby than far away.
Added by Nancy & Rich Remling on Sep 19, 2016 6:59 PM
|sue sullivan||James Annals stone-Riverside|
Tammy can you tell me where this is located- It's my great Uncle-thx.
Added by sue sullivan on Sep 14, 2016 1:13 PM
|Dave Robison||RE: Alfred and Angeline (Gates) Bailey|
Thanks for the transfers! I also was able to reach Justin. The best day for me to visit with him would have been Thursday, but he's also planning on attending the Syracuse conference! I'm composing an email to see what he can do for me prior to a visit and perhaps my sister can put up with me until Monday!
As to transfers, if there are any of Alfred's parents (Whiting and Olive), second wife (I have no idea if there is one or what her name might be), or children that you have memorialized, I'd be very appreciative of those as well. Again, I realize that any would be outside the parameters so I'll leave you to decide.
Thanks again for getting me in touch with the Oswego County Historian.
Added by Dave Robison on Sep 13, 2016 10:15 AM
|Dave Robison||Alfred and Angeline (Gates) Bailey|
I think we've communicate in the past. I'm wondering if you've ever seen gravestones for Alfred and Angeline. I'm heading to the NYSFHC in Syracuse for 3 days of genealogy presentations this week and would like to take a ride up to Oswego. However, I'm hoping there's more to see than the cemetery itself! These Bailey's are my 3rd great grandparents and I'd like to add photos to the memorial if possible.
By the way, I have Alfred's handwritten "descendant report," an original document that had been a part of a small box a papers held by my grandmother, Hazel (Bassett) Dickson. Hazel was raised by her grandparents, Joseph and Frances "Frankie" (Bailey) Tuggey in Springfield, Massachusetts. "Frankie" was Alfred's daughter.
These folks are out of the guidelines, but you might consider a transfer. I completely understand whatever decision you make. I can only ask!
Old Bones Genealogy of New England
Added by Dave Robison on Sep 11, 2016 2:11 PM
|treerpgmo||RE: Mary Poole Parsons|
Thank you very much Tammy.
Is an Oliver KEITH born 1775 in Easton, Bristol Co, Massachusetts and died in 1842 buried anywhere in Oswego County? He is the father of Thatcher and Augustus who are of course both buried at Riverside Cem, Oswego, Oswego Co, New York. My database has Albany, Albany Co, New York as his place of death.
However you just posted [link # 169209157] for Hannah (KEITH) POOL. Now you have that she was the she was wife of William POOL
Daughter of Charles & Betsey KEITH.
Thatcher & Augustus' mother was also named Hannah (KEITH) POOL although note that she was born 22d 3m 1780 in Easton, Bristol Co, Massachusetts the daughter of David & Sarah KEITH.
One problem with Thatcher and Augustus POOL is that only Thatcher's birth is recorded in Easton, Bristol Co, Massachusetts vital records. He was certainly the eldest son as Oliver POOL & Hannah KEITH were married in Easton on 26d 11m 1801. Thatcher and Augustus do have a brother Calvin Keith POOL in Jefferson Co, New York [link #75865838]. They had a brother Oliver POOL who died at about age 20.
Something you might want to watch for if your are entering any surname GEORGE graves at Riverside Cemetery is that Thathcher and Augustus POOL probably have a sister named Betsey (POOL) GEORGE based upon this federal census record for Augustus:
Federal Census 1850 for New York: Oswego County, city of Oswego, Pg. 135/269, Line 17 347/431 Augustus POOLE age 33 born in Massachusetts is a physician with $1,600 in real estate. Wife Mary age 30 was born in New York. Calvin POOLE age 15 was born in New York. [He is Augustus' nephew the son of his elder brother Thatcher POOL & his late wife Catherine Ann who had died in 1844.] Hannah GEORGE age 12 was born in New York. Betsey GEORGE age 35 was born in Massachusetts. [She is probably an elder sister of Augustus.] David WILLIAMS a painter age 28 was born in New York. Mary POOLE age four months was born in New York. [She is Augustus & Mary's daughter.]
Thank you very much for all your fine work.
Added by treerpgmo on Sep 02, 2016 9:37 AM
Thank you for the photo!!
Added by BJK on Aug 24, 2016 9:49 PM
|LEF||RE: Riverside Find A Grave|
It's not necessary, Tammy. You're doing a great job.
The link is already done. I contacted the one that did my grandfather's Find A Grave. Happy camper. Everyone is linked. Thanks!
Added by LEF on Aug 22, 2016 9:51 PM
|R French||Rev. Philo Ferris Gravestone|
Thank you for the gravestone photo of my GGG Grandfather. I've looked for years with no luck.
Added by R French on Aug 22, 2016 8:02 PM
|Teresa A B Schopfer||RE: Church|
Thank you Tammy! You have a wonderful week also :)
Added by Teresa A B Schopfer on Aug 22, 2016 7:12 PM
|Teresa A B Schopfer||Church|
You posted several Church family grave markers for the Valley View Cemetery in So. Otselic. Thank you very much for that!
Please remove the marker photo from memorial: 142211135 and replace it on memorial: 129911068. Kurt put her up as a duplicate. Her legal first name was Ethel, middle name and nickname was Lonnell, maiden name (Reynolds) married name: Church. I am still trying to clean up Kurt's duplicates, that he put up from a cemetery book that was published in 2015.
Added by Teresa A B Schopfer on Aug 22, 2016 5:17 PM
|LEF||Riverside Find A Grave|
Thank you so much for doing the photo and Find A Grave for my great grandfather, John Eloszczyozzn. Your photo is wonderful! I was there and found his gravestone and took a picture about 10 years ago. Yours is much better. Good job.
(I have submitted a link to my grandfathers Find A Grave as well..John Elen at St. Peter's Cemetery in Oswego.)
Added by LEF on Aug 22, 2016 4:39 PM
Tammy - thanks for the picture - You do great work!
Added by CatheaC on Aug 18, 2016 8:43 AM
|John P OCONNOR||Alfred Bailey Memorial# 138396821|
Nice to "meet" you! I found your entries for some ancestors of mine and I have a question for you. First are we cousins?? But I'm also intrigued about Child Bailey. I have a simple list of descendants of Alfred written by him over a period of several years. There's no mention of a child who would have died in 1882 so I'm curious to know if this information came from a grave marker in the cemetery. Alfred was born in 1808 and he would have been in his 70's at the time. It's certainly possible he could have fathered a child with a second wife. I have another letter dated February 1887 from “Auntie Perham” to my great grandmother, Frances Bailey Tuggey, referencing “...your loving Mother…” and then “…your Father’s wife…” which seems to indicate that Alfred remarried after Angeline’s death in 1858. That second wife would likely be the mother of that child. I’m just speculating.
Any ideas? You can contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by John P OCONNOR on Aug 17, 2016 10:02 PM
on those two edits - thats what was in the index hahaha I will happily take it out
Added by Maggie O on Aug 02, 2016 5:44 PM
|donna||RE: Frances Dunaway|
you are welcome - fyi, I added another Dunaway - If you want me to transfer to you just let me know.
Added by donna on Aug 01, 2016 2:48 PM
|Cathy Alton||George Dingman|
Thanks, I put the military marker bd on the memorial. They always rounded off back then. 2 weeks to 1888 lol! I was surprised to see Georgia on the marker. I'd love to know the story behind that.
Added by Cathy Alton on Jul 24, 2016 4:57 PM
|sue sullivan||Muskell picture|
Added by sue sullivan on Jul 24, 2016 4:37 AM
|Athena Friday-Black||Emma Kostoroski|
Thank you for the photo of Emma Kostoroski's grave
Added by Athena Friday-Black on Jul 21, 2016 9:58 AM
|Ellen Herrmann||Gagnon Photo Request|
Thank you very much for volunteering to fulfill my photo request for Hector and Florence Gagnon. I really appreciate your help.
Ellen M. Herrmann
Added by Ellen Herrmann on Jul 21, 2016 12:05 AM
|sue sullivan||Nettles, Ford and Flroence picts.-|
Added by sue sullivan on Jul 20, 2016 8:34 PM