|gravely interested||Coles in Manhattan cemetery|
Thank you so much!! If I may ask another favor. I believe that there are at least two or three burials for a family named Ransier there. I don't have access to the cemetery/records. I would so appreciate if you have an opportunity to look for me?? Supposedly John/Johannes Ransier lived across from the church and went there till he passed. I believe he, his wife and at least one child are there, but not photographed.
|Christine A. (Rutherford) Holley||Augustus Van Horne|
Thank you so much for sending the photo of Augustus Van Horne. I was doing some very old family history & had no idea that I could find a photo record of his gravesite (family vault).
Thanks also for the info at the bottom of the photo, it really adds to what it must be like in such a beautiful old place.
Your kindness is sincerely appreciated!
Christine (Rutherford) Holley
|Kaye||Julius & Leona Belford photos|
Hi DJ, How rude of me! I was going through some old emails and found the emails announcing you had taken these photos for me (16 May 2011)! I am so sorry that I didn't respond then. So, here I am, over 2 years later....
Thank you so much for the time and effort you took to get these photos for me! This site has been a wonder for me because of great people like you.
Added by Kaye on Jun 01, 2013 6:11 AM
|Marc Cadranel||Benjamin Faneuil|
Thank you very much fir the photos. Would you be able to send them to me personally in higher resolution? The writing is difficult to see with the one posted on the website.
Thank you very much
Thank you for the information regarding Johannes at Trinity. I appreciate you letting me know that he is not buried at that cemetery.
Added by Red on Dec 20, 2012 1:51 PM
Thank you very much for photoing the headstone of John Holmes. I appreciate it very much.
|GMG||Harriet Josephine Pierce Ricketts|
Thank you for taking the photographs of Harriet Josephine Pierce Ricketts's tombstone in the Trinity Churchyard Cemetery in Manhattan. It is thanks to individuals like you; who volunteer their time to bring ancestors closer together, even if it is only through a photograph of their final resting place. This will help future generations in our family to know a little more about their ancestor. ~ George Gaston
Added by GMG on Nov 09, 2012 7:23 AM
Thank you so very much for all your time and effort. Caroline
Added by caroline on Aug 05, 2012 12:40 AM
|Kathleen||James Montaudevert Lawrence|
Thanks so much for the photos. His mother, Julia, lost her husband and her infant son within a short time. Then she raised her only daughter Mary, who died in 1843 just after giving birth to her only daughter, also Mary, and Julia raised her. So it is important to me that infant James is remembered. Regards, Ellen
Added by Kathleen on Nov 26, 2011 6:42 PM
Thanks so much for the gravestone pics of my Wyeth ancestors. This is such a wonderful site and I have gained so much knowledge from it. Thank you for the work you and others do taking photos of these gravestones which we would otherwise not have. Keep up the great work.
Added by keena on Jun 18, 2011 2:00 PM
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