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Sharon C (#47959444)
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Susan Seacord Jackson
RE: Bristol
The Thomas Bristol that is listed from the Civil War with wife Mary R. ( just changed after looking at the stone again), I think was buried on the right side after you enter the gate maybe 2/3 of the way back. I have no lot numbers. You might try contacting the Fort Miller Reformed Church,and seeing if they might have that information. I went there last summer and have to admit that I do not remember accurately the area that the stones are located, but the right side is mostly older stones, and the Bristol and Galusha families that I was looking for as a request for an Galusha researcher were mostly on the right side. A few, such as Amos Galusha were located on the left side. If I can help in any other way, let me know.

Added by Susan Seacord Jackson on Feb 10, 2014 6:44 PM

Jean Dupon
RE: Cipkowski
I've collected data in Hudson county about this family because in my database I have an Adam Sl~awinski (b. 1907) who married Anita Cipkowski (b. 1911, father = John) before 1928.
Dominick Cipkowski (1911 - 1912) is buried in the same plot as John Cipkowski (1885 - 1923) and an Anthony Karpinski (1909 - 1909).

Added by Jean Dupon on Jan 28, 2014 11:42 AM

Anonymous
RE: Headstone
Hi I put a caption for the photo. The grave you are looking for is marked by the paper in the picture. I took the full picture for a reference point if someone was to search for John Cipkowski.

Added by Anonymous on Nov 11, 2011 8:33 PM

Jeffrey Mills
RE: John Mills
If you email it I can straighten it and post it or send it back to you since you took it.

Added by Jeffrey Mills on Oct 10, 2011 2:10 PM

 
 

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