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|Please feel free to use any photos I've posted online. I manage many memorials of people I am not related to. If you are a relative of any of these people, and would like to take over management of their memorials, let me know and I'll transfer management. If you're a distant relative, please contact me to say hi|
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|Jaci Coleman||RE: Stephen Meeker 107815276 photo|
Yes, the lack of stone doesn't give you much to look at. But the office people at this cemetery are wonderful. They look up whether or not there's a marker, and then mark exactly on the map where the burial is, so the photo should be pretty good as to his burial spot. Good luck with your research!
I wanted to thank you for the photos that you took of my 7th great grandfather's grave, Azariah Crandall in the Beekman Cemetery.
I've always felt that photos bring genealogy alive (so to speak) and make it all the more interesting. May I have your permission to post this photo to my tree in ancestry.com? It would really mean a lot to me, and I will be happy to credit you as the photographer.
If not, I will understand completely
- Benjamin MacBean
Added by MacBean on Dec 01, 2013 3:50 AM
Hi Susan: I have a Thompson question and you are my expert. I'm entering some memorials into Saint Paul's Lutheran from an old Poucher listing I got from the internet. If you look at 120388593 & 120388646 they are supposed to be married. Obviously this is incorrect. Do you have any input?
Thanks, Jan Reasoner
Susan, Thank you for all the memorials you have added. If you want I will take over any that you have added for Rundall, Rundal, Rundle or Rundel family. Thank you again, Donna Rundle
Added by Donna on Nov 04, 2013 1:53 PM
|Fancher||RE: ebay adams mention|
Thank you... that's so cool!
I just wish the cart was not in front of the memorial, lol... maybe we could see the lion. :)
Added by Fancher on Oct 29, 2013 6:56 AM
Someone "unearthed" the headstones in the Requa family plot. I've posted the photos to the memorials at Union Cemetery Sayville.
Added by Aislin on Oct 16, 2013 12:30 PM
|Fancher||RE: Walker Adams memorial|
You know, the more I think of it, I think I had built up in my head what it would look like from the description... but that back piece of the trough probably DOES weigh 6 tons, and there was probably a lion's head faucet/cover(?) over where the hole is on the back piece.
Added by Fancher on Oct 11, 2013 9:08 PM
|Fancher||RE: Walker Adams memorial|
Thank you so much, Susan! The pictures are lovely! And I'm really glad you weren't hit by a car. :)
It's so funny... it was originally reported in the newspaper articles that they voted to erect a granite fountain that would have a 6 ton piece of granite carved into the shape of a lion's head on the top as a memorial... the watering trough doesn't have QUITE the same effect, but it is still pretty awesome!
It is kind of a shame that it's full of leaves/weeds, though... it would be nice if it was repurposed as a planter with flowers.
Thank you so much for taking the pictures. :)
Added by Fancher on Oct 11, 2013 8:23 PM
Thank you so much for the tip about Fulton Postcards. OMG, you are right--what an amazing resource. I assume you already know about the newspaper collection at the Northern New York Library Network website: http://news.nnyln.net/. With your help, I was able to find the article on Philip. I would like to take up on your offer of switching Philip over to me on Findagrave.
Thanks a million for everything! How kind and helpful you have been.
Added by Sherry on Oct 10, 2013 4:54 AM
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