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Scott Banker (#47888973)
 member for 4 years, 9 days
Ed M
RE: Aldrich Cemetery
Hello Scott,

I got the cemetery location for my visit from another Find A Grave member who is no longer participating. Unfortunately I don't remember the location; I simply remember that it is on private land up a hill behind a rural residence. Sorry I couldn't be more help.


Added by Ed M on Jan 01, 2016 12:11 AM

s e
William G. Ellison- Cobblestone Cemetery Photo
I saw your photo for William G. Ellison Sp. Am. War stone in Cobblestone Cemetery. William is my husbands grandfather and we have never seen this stone before and didn't know anything about it. He is bury in Elmgrove cemetery and I wonder why the stone wasn't put there? Can you give me any other information and thank you so much for taking it.
Please email
Thank you for your time.

Added by s e on Oct 17, 2015 12:19 PM

Paula Davis Fair
Samuel Ensminger
Scott -

Many, many thanks for your photo of Samuel's headstone. I appreciate your work!

Added by Paula Davis Fair on Aug 30, 2015 6:41 AM

Kathy Kelley
Harlow Everton
I am sorry. I forgot to tell you thank you for what you are doing with your work. I wanted to come and look for myself a couple of years ago but when I found out that no one could find it I decided not to come. I live in Utah so it would be costly. Thanks again.

Added by Kathy Kelley on Oct 19, 2014 6:50 PM

Kathy Kelley
RE: Harlow Everton
Hi. First of all let me apologize for not responding to your first email. For quite a while I wasn't even looking at my email. Ever since I saw your request, I have been looking for Harlow Everton's death certificate. I can't believe that I can't find it. It has to be among my family history. I just have to keep looking. It really bothers me that I always had it where I could find it and now I can't. This is the information that I have:

1. First of all, the death certificate stated that he was buried in the North Greece Cemetery. He lived and raised his children in Parma. He is my great-great grandfather. His wife's name was Huldah Williams. Their children were; George S. (my great grandfather), Harrison, Theresa and Emeline. Huldah passed away and the 1875 census has him with a wife named Arvilla, she was 34 at the time. He was 52. He was a farmer.

2. Other records that I have indicates that he was born in Nov. of 1822. He died March 4, 1890, and was buried 5 March 1890. He married Huldah in 1849.

Well, I just went looking again and I found the death certificate. I am not sure if it says that the burial date is March 5th. I can't seem to make out a lot of the handwriting, but definitely says he was buried in North Greece cemetery. I will email you a copy.

Added by Kathy Kelley on Oct 19, 2014 6:42 PM

Kathy Kelley
RE: Harlow Everton
Dear Scott,

Added by Kathy Kelley on Oct 14, 2014 6:56 PM

Catherine Smith Hall
RE: Tibbals Cemetery
The only Tibbals Cemetery I know of in Ontario Co., NY is off Ross Rd. in Canadice. It was always named the The Tibbals Family Cemetery in deeds. The renovated cemetery is on private property on Ross Rd. across the road from the residence of owner, just north of the Springwater line. Many of the original stones are lost, broken or maybe never placed there.

Other families than Tibbals are buried in that cemetery, but no complete list of burials has been located. Some of the Tibbals descendants are buried in the Town of Canadice cemetery known as Canadice Corners Cemetery.

One record I will dispute as buried in the Tibbals Cemetery is that of Dr. William Cornell, my ancestor who died in 1818. David Tibbals, the original owner, did not use the Tibbals Cemetery for burials until 1830. Dr. William Cornell died of tuberculosis and his burial location is not known to the family. He could be buried in Springwater if not in Canadice as all or most of the names on his will are from Springwater.

Added by Catherine Smith Hall on Jan 13, 2014 4:37 AM

David Richardson
RE: Robb Cemetery
Hey Scott,

I have not done anything with Robb Cemetery, as the town was animate that they would take care of it. My role was to assist in getting headstones for any Patriots that may have been buried there but since there are none, they told me work would be done by the town.

Added by David Richardson on Oct 05, 2013 9:32 AM

David Richardson
RE: Robb Cemetery
Nothing new to report. They mapped out the potential of 6-8 stones using sonar but havent started digging yet. Supposed to do so this summer.

Added by David Richardson on Jul 08, 2013 9:19 AM

randall gove
Clara Coe Stone
Thank you

Added by randall gove on Jul 01, 2013 11:17 PM

randall gove
Martin Stone
Thank you

Added by randall gove on Jul 01, 2013 11:15 PM

randall gove
Tryphena Stone
Thank you

Added by randall gove on Jul 01, 2013 11:14 PM

David Richardson
North Greece Cemetery
Hey Scott,

Got a note about your cemetery work on Peck Road. Are you trying to upright the stones? You can get a new headstone for the Rev. War soldier thru the Dept. of Vet. Affairs by tracing down to a living descendent to sign the application. Glad to help with that and your work with the cemetery. I have a ground iron poking rod to find stones buried under the sod. Let me know your thoughts and if you want help.

Added by David Richardson on Mar 31, 2013 7:19 PM

RE: Thomas Cemetery Photo
Hi Scott,
The Mary Hart headstone is sitting safely in my basement. I'll be happy to do anything that makes sense with it. Here's the story: I'm interested in casting replicas from damaged and badly worn headstones. Several years ago, I approached the head of maintenance at Mt. Hope Cemetery. I asked him if he had any headstone "shards" that I could experiment on. Mt. Hope is a very large cemetery run by the city of Rochester. The head of maintenance showed me the Mary Hart headstone on a pile of scrap pieces of stone. He said that Monroe County sheriff's deputies had dropped it off at Mt. Hope Cemetery some time in the past. The deputies said they found the headstone sitting alongside a road. The maintenance guy offered me loan of the headstone and I brought it home. When I checked internet sources several years ago, I could not trace the headstone. I tried again several weeks ago and - Bingo. If you do a Google search on Thomas Cemetery Rush NY., you'll find the sad background on the cemetery.
Regards, Bill Jones

Added by bcjones5 on Jan 22, 2013 5:21 AM

Lisa Williams-Mikkelson
RE: Rogers
TYSM for the written info, very sad to see people want to do away with my ancestors markers and resting places. I will forward this on to my NY living relatives.


Added by Lisa Williams-Mikkelson on Nov 12, 2012 2:39 PM

Lisa Williams-Mikkelson
Hi Scott,
Please keep me informed when/if you find info on the other two markers in the Rogers' private Cemetary. I am also looking for AJ Armstrong, Carrie M. Rogers husband.
Thank You,
Lisa Williams-Mikkelson

Added by Lisa Williams-Mikkelson on Nov 11, 2012 11:30 PM


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