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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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|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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|Donna Garrett||Laura R Howard Hubbard|
Please note the marriage date you show as 1907. She died in 1907. They were married Oct 21st 1903
|Donna Garrett||N Floyd Hubbard|
Please note that the death date you typed is in error. Just a typo I'm sure, but N Floyd Hubbard died in 1950 not 1952.
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