|Jim High (#48002837)|
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|I like to walk. Traffic in cemeteries is alway light and looking at the different head stones, especially the unusual ones, passes the "exercise" time quickly. |
Photography and genealogy are hobbies of mine and F/G and being a phot volunteer, seems like a good fit and an excellent exercise program.
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Thank you very much for the wonderful pictures of the Hecox memorial. Phebe was a distant relation.
Added by MTB on Jul 12, 2014 5:57 AM
thank you for posting memorial photo's for Harold and Beulah.
Thanks Jim for the photos at Westville. I've been meaning to get back out there every time I visit my grandparents, but with a new baby it's hard to hunt for a few stones for too long! I appreciate your help!
|SJP||Charles Knapp/ Middlefield|
Thanks so much for the great photo and your work in find a grave!
Added by SJP on Jul 05, 2014 2:39 PM
Thank you 4 the phots...I do apppreciate! Donna
Added by lulu on Jul 02, 2014 1:01 PM
thank you for posting very nice photo's, for Anna & James Follett's memorial
thank you for posting to Martha Follett, memorial
|Frederick Sieber||Albert Gillett and Hannah Cross South Valley Cemetery|
Thank you for providing photographs for Albert Gillett and Hannah Cross at South Valley Cemetery. My 3rd great grandfather was C Marcus Gillett, who moved into Otsego County about 1800. I have been studying all Gillett's in the county to try to figure out who is related to who. Albert Gillet was the son of John Gillett, buried in the Roseboom Methodist Cemetery, who moved into the county from Vermont. He is not related to C Marcus Gillett, and it appears no one knows who is father is yet. There's a good problem for some researcher. Thanks.
|Christie Trapp||Martha (Stringer) Pegg - Cherry Valley NY|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph her grave. It is greatly appreciated.
|Christie Trapp||George Owen Stringer - Cherry Valley NY|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph is grave. It is greatly appreciated.
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