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Laurie LaPage (#47617896)
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I am an avid genealogy researcher. I am retired from a long career in education. Married and spend lots of time with our 4 grandchildren. I live in northern New York, very close to the Canada border. I am willing to be a photo volunteer for an area of up to 30-40 miles from my home location.
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RE: John & Julia Monica Hurteau
Hi Laurie,

That would be great if you transfer them to me.
I have many ancestors and family that live in the North Country. You might see my name again. Thank You. Lynn
Added by Lynn on Jul 17, 2015 11:09 AM
John & Julia Monica Hurteau
Hi Laurie,

In researching the Monica side of my family, I have found John & Julia's obits. Comparing their obits with their headstone the dates are different. For John he died on April 2, 1926 at 80 which would make him born in 1846. For Julia she died Dec 1, 1928 at 85 which would make her born in 1844. In the 1880 census John's DOB 1847 & Julia's 1846 and In the 1900 census John-1848 and Julia 1846. I believe their headstone is incorrect.

Added by Lynn on Jul 15, 2015 8:17 AM
Greg Furniss
Calvin Davis #
Hi! Have searched several different times for stones of Calvin # 67616601 & wife Abagail to no avail. The old section of S. Moriah Cem that contains other ca. 1809-1814 burials has quite a few missing stones, so Calvin's & Abagail's may no longer exist. A later Davis family plot (see Amos Davis 1794-1860 # 67616564 and wife Rebecca 1802-1885 # 67616840) has a section with no markers, so that might be a long shot possibility as well. I'll keep my eye out as on future trips to the cem. but it doesn't look too hopeful. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Added by Greg Furniss on Jun 21, 2015 9:56 AM
Melanie Pike
RE: Louis Gratton
Hi, Laurie! I am not a descendant of Louis Gratton. I am researching for some good friends, and Louis is the husband's 2x great grandfather. They are not on Find A Grave or I would have you transfer to his wife (who is new at research and is really getting into it, so I won't be surprised if she decides to join!). Thanks for taking pics! :) (BTW, did you receive the other edits I suggested--re birthplace, full death date and death place?)
Added by Melanie Pike on May 30, 2015 4:30 PM
Eva Lynn Widman
Hi Laurie, sorry i haven't gotten back to you sooner, life has just been so busy. I do want to thank you for the update on the Dougherty, Thomas grave sites. I like you would be interested if by chance we are somehow related in a round about way. The early Dougherty's were from cavern county, Ireland, via canada & Burke, Ny area. Again thank you for all your work you have done I really do appreciate it.
Eva Lynn Widman(Dougherty)
Added by Eva Lynn Widman on May 28, 2015 8:39 PM
David & Paulina Danforth
Thanks for adding the headstone photos of my 4th great grandparents at Fort Covington. What a wonderful surprise!
Added by Sunnyann on Mar 23, 2015 5:01 PM
RE: Rousseau's in St. John Bosco, Malone, NY
Thank you Laurie,

There is another name Armond Rousseau. Could you transfer him also to me.

Added by Lynn on Mar 08, 2015 11:08 AM
RE: Rousseau's in St. John Bosco, Malone, NY
Hi Laurie,

Yes the Rousseau's are ancestors of mine. That would be great if you transfer them to me.
Thank you.

Lynn Lavier
Added by Lynn on Mar 07, 2015 8:39 AM
Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts
Cook family at Dickinson
My family is from Brighton, Massachusetts. A couple somehow got to Moira and Dickinson, but I think by the Smith's. And was surprised to see some Cook's at Dickinson. The Cook's and the Smith's traveled together since early on, Brandywine, PA. I wasn't that successful after all fining family there, I think they were coming from Holliston at that point, but got a couple of ancestors at Moira. I found the old, old cemetery search online, before the virus that hit Find A Grave and I think it was from 1940 or so, and entered as much as I could for the families, to include myself. Which is a good thing, because that part of the freepages from didn't come back after they cleared the virus.
Added by Jacki, Weymouth Massachus... on Feb 17, 2015 4:09 AM
Susan Wydra
RE: William Mills in Fort Covington cemetery
I just found your message today 2/15/15...and
yes of course I remember you!
Well my cousin Kenny Smallman did try to find
him..I gave him the information (site) that
was given in some records on-line. He found
the same problem that you mentioned. His
footing was unstable and the stones were vandalized as reported. I guess we will not know
for sure where he is or whether or not his
wife was buried with him. That's very kind
of you to help out. It's very appreciated.
Added by Susan Wydra on Feb 15, 2015 7:06 PM
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