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Hoag Dusters (#47818216)
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Sandy Stewart
RE: Wm H Winans - Sacred Heart Cemetery
Over the weekend we visited the site - so curious to see if they might be buried elsewhere I left a message and got a call back this morning from the secretary at Sacred Heart Church. Their records confirm that Teresa Winans Wright and William Winans are buried on either side of Margaret - but no stone. So maybe as you mention they were either vandalized or damaged by flood. Wondering if there was enough family descendants who might contribute to a new marker. Would be nice to have a memorial for all of them at that plot.


PS - William and Margaret are great grandparents of my spouse Beverly Lawrence. Her mother was Margaret Cairy, daughter of Anna Winans & Fred Cairy - Anna was daughter of Wm & Margaret, sister to Teresa buried here with her parents.

Added by Sandy Stewart on Aug 04, 2014 12:02 PM

Denise F
RE: Your work is terribly important and greatly appreciated!
I am so very sorry for the delay in responding. My best advise is to contact the Rensselaer Historical Society or someone on the Rootsweb page from the following link for directions. The information I have was supplied to me by the HS. when I transcribed the cemetery records that were emailed to me. I was not physically in NY. I'm in Ohio.
The above is a link to the cemeteries in Pittstown, Rensselaer County , NY.


Added by Denise F on Dec 09, 2013 9:17 AM

Mark Peebles
Ephraim Herrick
The DOB is on the stone that is laying on the ground in the photo.


Added by Mark Peebles on Dec 04, 2013 10:05 PM

Jeff Cooke
RE: Thank you! Huling photo
You, are again, more than welcome. You may want to check out 2 Landel graves in the Huling plot, the stones were of the same style. There was a Landel dairy operation back in the (20's maybe) here on Grand Island. Also, The Hulings owned a large tract of land bordered by Staley Rd to the south, Whitehaven rd. to the North, Stony Point to the east (not sure of the western boundary... anyway this was the Huling farm and the Maple Grove Cemetery was started by the Hulings. BTW, love your findagrave name!

Added by Jeff Cooke on Jul 05, 2013 11:16 AM

Jeff Cooke
RE: Thank you! Huling photo
Jan, You are very welcome. I also put up photos of the rest of the Huling grave markers on the family site.

Added by Jeff Cooke on Jul 03, 2013 1:09 PM

Jane Herrmann
RE: Thank you!
sorry, no, just in the neighborhood

Added by Jane Herrmann on May 07, 2013 8:07 PM

RE: Thank you for the photo of the Smiths
Glad to do it, to the south of David and Isabella's gravestone is a stone with their children David M. and William F. Smith and Isabella's father John McClaggan. I've put their photos on the website too.

Added by kevin on Apr 14, 2013 2:15 PM

RE: Ruth Howland Cushman
Sorry, but I have no idea where she is buried.


Added by Caryn on Jul 14, 2012 6:24 AM

Terry Nowell
RE: Hayes stones @ Sacred Heart in Monticello IA
Glad I could help.


Added by Terry Nowell on Jun 20, 2012 2:54 PM

Judy Strid Taylor
Andrew Streed
Thank you so much for your time in trying to get a photo for me. I really appreciate it.

Added by Judy Strid Taylor on Jun 14, 2012 6:08 AM

RE: McKnight / Lybarger pictures
Sorry, I didn't put my actual name, it's Ray

Added by Ray on Jun 10, 2012 4:54 PM

McKnight / Lybarger pictures
I just wanted to thank You for taking the time to take these photos, it is much appreciated


Added by Ray on Jun 09, 2012 11:41 PM

Ron Kinney
RE: Thank you!
You're welcome Jan, glad to help.
Ron Kinney

Added by Ron Kinney on Jun 06, 2012 7:56 PM


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