|Nelson L. Ambridge (#47196066)|
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I started researching my family history and its many branches following my Grandfather's death in September of 1992 and haven't stopped yet. Cemeteries are like vast historical libraries, with history all around, with stories just waiting to be told and heard. Everyone should have a headstone, no one should be forgotten, especially the children.
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|Tom C.||RE: Pic for Leonard Vosburgh @ Oakwood (Syracuse, NY)|
No problem - I do think (unfortunately) - that since this section contains individual graves - it does seem (sometimes) that a lot of them are unmarked - very sad..... I guess we'll see!!!
Added by Tom C. on Jan 21, 2013 5:11 PM
|Tom C.||Pic for Leonard Vosburgh @ Oakwood (Syracuse, NY)|
Hi - once the snow melts - I'll get out and get you your pic!! (April/May???)
Added by Tom C. on Jan 21, 2013 3:29 PM
|Donald Penner||Old Nashville Cemetery|
I tried to send you an email message that the location of the Old Nashville Cemetery has been found, but the email was returned as undeliverable at that email address.
The cemetery is located on Meyers Road near the intersection with Gorton Lake Rd. The cemetery is also known as the Maine Cemetery. Is it possible for these two bits of information to be added to cemetery entry?
I took a picture at Fort Plain Cemetery today. The date (there is only one) does not match the memorial.
The picture I have gives a birth date of 1872 and no death date. Is it possible that this is the one you're looking for.
Added by DBT on Sep 26, 2011 8:11 PM
is she buried with leonard cause if she was they have no stones..
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