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Debbie S. (#48124882)
 member for 2 years, 3 months, 16 days
Rich H.
RE: Thank You!
Glad to be of service.

Added by Rich H. on Feb 22, 2015 3:24 AM

RE: H.P., Sally, Elmer & Leoas A Schermerhorn
I'm glad to have been able to help fill in some of your family history.

Is Frank Alonzo Schermerhorn, Sr. (Memorial No. 14541277) in the family you are researching? He settled near my G-G-Grandfather Ferd Erhardt's place in Lincoln County, KS. (See the Schermerhorn Ranch description given on the memorial.)

Added by DSH on Apr 28, 2014 11:24 AM

RE: H.P., Sally, Elmer & Leoas A Schermerhorn
I've made the transfer. Your explanation of the marker in Kansas is probably accurate.

Added by DSH on Apr 24, 2014 10:08 PM

H.P., Sally, Elmer & Leoas A Schermerhorn
I don't know what to make of this situation, other than to pass it off to you. I uploaded photos to the duplicate(?) or cenotaph memorials listed below, and have requested that the manager correct the spelling of Schermerhorn. I will gladly transfer the memorial I created for Leoas (Louisa?) A Schermerhorn) if you would like to take it.

Good Luck! This looks like an interesting mystery . . . .

H.P. Schermerhorn / 78839967
Sally E Schermerhorn / 78839983
Elmer S Schermerhorn / 78840005 &
Leoas A Schermerhorn / 128380466

Added by DSH on Apr 24, 2014 8:24 PM

RE: JM Ackley
Sorry, I thought it was the correct one. I might have to give this up.

Added by RThomas on Jul 08, 2013 5:32 AM

Debbie i love you did a memorial for resolved waldron 1701-1761 but he is not burried in the cem i looked for years all a can say is maybe he is in the old waldron cem by the railroad

ps we all will keep looking resolved & his wife

Added by DOUGLAS LEARY on Jun 19, 2013 7:25 PM

Rob F
Abram Waldron corrections
Hi, Debbie. I linked (or relinked) Abram's memorial to his father Edward, FG memorial #82010833. I also sent another correction request regarding the duplicate memorial for Abram.

Please don't be concerned about asking for corrections, I think we're both of the same mind that it's important to have the records as correct as possible. On that note, seeing as how we've figured out at least two more burials at the site, I'm thinking of changing the cemetery name from "Abram Waldron" to "Waldron Farm Cemetery", as I believe it is located at what was once Abram's farm. Do you think that's a more appropriate name?

Added by Rob F on Jun 03, 2013 11:06 AM

John William & Cheryl (Colomb) De Ronde
RE: Historical Waldron Cemetery
Hello Debbie,
The cemetery is in Stony Point, NY Entrance on S side of East Main Street, W of RR overpass. Near Penny Bridge Parking is negligible. Look for a small road with a chain or fence gate. Follow the trail past the Con Edison relay center and the cemetery is beyond that. Recently cleaned up by a group of boy scouts and sadly they missed a great many markers when the area was leveled.
John De Ronde

Added by John William & Cheryl (Co... on Jun 02, 2013 4:48 AM

Rob F
Edward M Waldron info
Hi, Debbie. Thanks for the information, I've updated Edward's memorial.

Added by Rob F on Jun 02, 2013 4:25 AM

Ron & Linda J
Daniel Waldron
My wife and I went to the cemetery today to find Daniel's grave.

I have the cemetery plot map, but it looks as if it is an unmarked grave.
The cemetery office even accompanied me to the site.

If you wish, you can contact the cemetery office and they can place a small temporary marker
to denote his grave and I can go back and take a picture of that. The cemetery temporary marker is free and really is just a small tin marker with his info hand-written behind a plexiglass marker.

I noted on his site that the marker that was included is from another cemetery.

I have the unmarked site's picture I can use to fulfill the request, but if you wish for them to place the marker I can check it later. I can also scan the plot map if you wish.

Let me know how we can help.

Added by Ron & Linda J on May 31, 2013 5:56 AM

Rob F
RE: Becraft Family
Hi, Debbie. Thanks for the reply, the link worked and I see that there are copies of the book in the Sloatsburg and Tuxedo libraries. I'm going to get a look at one next time I'm hiking in the area. Thanks a lot ! Rob F

Added by Rob F on May 30, 2013 7:06 PM

Bonnie Flannery
I have transfered Henry to you and yes if I get there I will check the stone again.

Added by Bonnie Flannery on May 30, 2013 12:43 PM

Rich H.
Garret Hendrick Myers

Added by Rich H. on May 28, 2013 8:30 AM

RE: Thank You!
Yes, Sam is the other Quintin there, and I posted his photo also. The third wife was not buried with them. Chris

Added by macso on May 27, 2013 8:24 AM

RE: Thank You!
You are very welcome. I did take photos of the other two Quintins. I'm never sure why people only ask for 1 person when they are probably related to all of them. Anyway, I have now posted their headstones for you. Glad I could be of help to you in your search. Chris

Added by macso on May 26, 2013 3:59 PM

Rob F
Edward M Waldron correction
Hi Debbie ! I've made the correction, and thank you for putting a complete name to the stone.

Can you give me other info about Edward M Waldron? I'd like to fill in whatever memorial data I can, and I couldn't get on the link without a membership. Incidentally, says there were 20 burials at the site between 1864 and 1897, although I find only the two stones. Do you know Abram's wife? From the inscription "IN MEMORY OF FATHER & MOTHER" I think we can safely gather that his wife is buried there. Also, I've pinpointed the spot on and am waiting for it to be reviewed. The link you sent me took me to the main page.

Have you read or heard of the surname "Becraft" while researching your family in and around Rockland County? I'm trying to get first names on two mystery Becraft graves. They are around what is now Seven Lakes Drive near Johnsontown Circle, in Harriman State Park near the site of a home and blacksmith shop of John Waldron. According to "Harriman Trails A Guide and History" John's son Warren owned a "mortuary" near the entrance to Sloatsburg Cemetery, and that John or Warren were the guardian of a developmentally disabled man named Helms.

I feel that I know some of the residents of Johnsontown, having visited and photographed their burial sites and even the remains of some of their homes. I have an interest in the area, and if there is ever a question about it or the history that I might be able to answer feel free to contact me, you can send a public message on for me. Thanks again for making EMW into a real person. Rob F

PS..I'm sure you're aware of another Waldron burial ground in Stony Point (which may be lost) and one in Grassy Point?

Added by Rob F on May 23, 2013 6:51 PM

Rich H.
RE: Thank you!
My pleasure.

Added by Rich H. on May 15, 2013 7:57 PM


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