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I have loved cemeteries ever since a child when I went with my Grandmother and she told me about all the people and their lives. |
My dream would be to have all the memorials I have entered to be claimed by family. I will be happy to transfer memorials to you.
I am interested in the Civil War NYS Volunteers --the 189th Regiment and the 8th Heavy Artillery
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|John Stuart||RE: Theodore stewart|
Theodore is my first cousin three times removed! However, I'm not sure what you mean by transferring him! I'm currently researching the South Hill Cemetery in Cameron, Steuben County, New York. A number of the internees are my relatives, but by no means all. I will be forwarding more suggestions and corrections. Thanks, John D. Stuart
|Greg Hetzler||RE: Emmtt Ross|
Your reply got me stumped, but I finally got smart, you read my bio! ;) Thumbs Up.
|Mary(Coggin)Russell||RE: Elizabeth Orrū|
Thank you! I may be sending more your way as I have a lot of obituaries from a old scrapbook and you appear to be the lucky person who added them to Find A Grave.
|Catherine Smith Hall||Lydia A. Gage|
I didn't expect you to transfer this memorial to me as I am not related to her. I will transfer her memorial back to you.
I tried to use the delete key at the end of the text, but it was taking so long that I went to the bottom of the page and kept clicking on the back button until the text appeared. Thanks for your help.
|Catherine Smith Hall||Lydia Ann Gage|
Thank you for adding the Timeline I researched for Lydia Ann Wyman.
May I suggest you go to her bio edit on the line just below my text and click the delete button to remove the blank spaces below the text. I find that helps.
|Buddy Leech||RE: 189th|
You are most welcome for any help I've been for you, Caroline (my first daughter Carrie's full first name). I appreciate your comments re our Graveyard Committee work.
JIC you haven't come across these, here are some links that may be of interest:
In which state do you currently reside? It's only about 17 miles from where our summer home is on Waneta Lake to Wheeler.
|Bryan Knickerbocker||Henry Knickerbocker|
|Buddy Leech||RE: Nellie May|
The Strattons and Nellie Stratton May aren't my family, most of which are in Missouri and Colorado. I took the photo of John and Ella Stratton's headstone because I was curious about him being a War Veteran. Born in 1864, his most likely major War would be the Spanish-American War. There were also a number of wars vs Indians and other minor campaigns that would qualify him as a War Veteran, but I couldn't find anything to back that up in Ancestry.com. Do you have any information on John Stratton's service?
On another subject, I notice that you have duplicate Memorials for Nellie. Memorial# 61458385 is the earlier of the two, but your Memorial# 61752129 has all the good info. Perhaps the former should be deleted.
I see that you are interested in and have virtual cemeteries for 189th NYS Volunteers, 189th NYS Volunteers Company C, and 8th NYS Heavy Artillery. I have come across some of those Veterans in my work. Here are three from Tyrone Union Cemetery that will be of interest:
Finally, there were reportedly two CSA marker/flag holders in Tyrone Union Cemetery that have recently disappeared. We hope to find any CSA veterans buried there. There are many CSA veterans buried in Woodlawn National Cemetery , Elmira, New York. Rumor has it that quite a few were buried on Pulver Hill just north of Tyrone, New York.
Best, Buddy Leech
|Ann Edwards||Arleigh Bull|
I'm writing to request your permission to attach your photos of Arleigh and his parents to my tree. I would also acknowledge you as the contributor.
Thank you for your contribution to this site.
I just wanted to say hello. It would seem that we share a relative in Isabella Austin. Its nice to meet a shoestring relative! (My mother's maiden name is Towle)
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