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I was a Merchant Mariner for 11 years then came back home to start a business. I am NYS EMT and ride with my local fire department. While home I got into researching my family history. I have found a lot of interesting things out about my family. I have found that I enjoy the research and want to help others.|
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|Auntie Pam||Noah Dickinson Sr. #40836420|
I am a little confused about my 7th great grandparents graves. From what we've found they were both buried in the Greigsville Cemetery in Livingston, New York - but you posted a picture of Oak View Cemetery in Frankfort on his memorial page. Was this a mistake? I contacted someone in Greigsville Cemetery last year who indicated that there were no headstones for my grandparents. Is there a chance they were buried at Oak View?
Yes you may. Thank you for asking. Nan
Added by nmbo on Jan 31, 2016 6:47 PM
I transferred his memorial to you
Added by MWarner on Jan 17, 2016 3:05 AM
|Jim Bramble||RE: Edwin Ansel Treat|
Jen, please do and no need to credit me directly, just pop open the picture to get the publication information, and credit FindaGrave. If I can be of any other help, please let me know. JB
|Donna Ruhland Bonning||RE: Inverness Cemetery|
If it's the stone that I'm thinking of it's not near/in the cemetery. I haven't been out that way in a long time and am not too familiar with the area. I was with a friend at the time. I remember that it was on the side of the road at a corner road crossing. It was down the road from the cemetery. I took the picture because it tells about the people that lived in that area and are buried in the cemetery by the same name....
I hope that helps. I wish I could be more specific.
|Kevin Thomas West||Revilo Bigelow|
Thank you so much for the photo of Revilo's headstone. That certainly is a nice one, no? Sweet. I will pay it forward.
|Myra IV 💕||Your uncle Dan...|
I was there that day... I still think about about all of them...
I prayed, man how I prayed. I stood there in the shopping center parking lot, just stood there... Praying, with my fingers crossed. We all did. You could've heard a pin drop. One line man, ran into the store, called 911, ran, got in his truck, and was gone... Before I could even breath. I wanted to be him. I did end up getting my EMT license. I never did it as a job though. I see you're one too. Anyway... Just want you to know that I will never forget any of them.
|Alvarado-Consiglio||RE: More Strykers|
Thank you again
Once again thank you so very much, your effort and kindness is much appreciated. Denise
Thank you again very much, denise
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