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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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|Fran Bundy||RE: Elsa Einstein|
You are so welcome!
Thank you for sponsoring his memorial.
|Art Parker||Zelpha Decker transfer|
Good morning Caroline,
Thank you so much for your thoughtful and quick transfer of Zelpha's memorial; it will be my privilege to develop her page and link her to other family members.
Your very generous offer to convey memorials to relatives is greatly appreciated, and I'll certainly let you know if I discover any others within your extensive body of work.
You have probably already discovered that Charles, the one born in Islington, was the son of Joseph E Rayment and Maria Rayment. His brother was Edward Rayment but alas, not the one who was your grandfather
|sherry phillips||Leslie AR cemetary|
I did not realize till today that there were memorial pages for so many. The McSherrys in the Leslie AR cemetery are all my family my grandmother grandfather uncle i would be glad to take over their memorial pages i have already added a photo of my grandmother and linked her to my grandmother. thanks so much for caring like you do. God Bless
|Robert Tate||Edward Tate|
Edward Tate is my fifth great grandfather. I'm off to Ireland in the fall and would love to do some research but have no idea when or from where he came. Do you have any further information on him or Ann Cameron?
|Owen Jones||Fay L. Jones - Thurston, NY|
Hi, Thank you for your cemetery work! I am very grateful.
A little info about the Fay Jones entry in case anyone else ever looks for him.
As often happens, the date on the stone is incorrect. Fay died March 27, 1901, of what my family said was "black diptheria." I have his obituary from the Bath newspaper which says "tonsillitis." Probably they didn't really know.
The "L" stood for Leslie.
He was a beautiful, little blonde haired, blue eyed boy. My sister has his portrait. (He was our uncle.)
|David G Smith||RE: Asa Cross|
Thank you Caroline!
Yeah, Asa is buried next to Harriet and Lewis on Unionville's upper side by the big tree that came down. I think that he is their grandson. Bonus: Wild strawberries grow there!
Yes,I do have more relatives I have three (Elizabeth, Harriet and Lewis) more Cross' at Unionville as well as twelve Rumseys coming from Thurston, Townline and French Hill.
The saga continues!
I am hoping you can help me!! I am doing some genealogy research for my niece and she has a John Joseph McElroy on her mother's side. I cannot find any information on him other than what I have which is:
John Joseph McElroy
September 02, 1881
August 09, 1951
Clara O. VanAmburg
October 08, 1882
August 29, 1935
They both were buried here:
Saint Johns Cemetery, Goshen, Orange County, New York, USA, Plot: Row C, new section
If you can help me with some information please email me at email@example.com with a subject line McElroys please!!
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