|Danette Cogswell (#46891669)|
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Always searching in the past but keeping an eye on the future.|
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|ocashman||the home of Edward & Alice Cogswell Westbury, England|
I came across the page you created for Edward Cogswell and the photo you posted of his home! He is my 10th Great Grandfather!
I live over in New York State and it is unlikely if I'll get to Westbury any time soon. I am very curious about the history of the house. When was it that the artifacts were discovered linking the house to Edward? How much has been restored? What is the building used for now? Why a photo of the back and not the front? Are there any articles written about its history?
Thank you so much for taking the time to create the page and post the photo.
Oh, also, can I assume that there is no headstone at the cemetery, and that's why you've posted only a photo of the cemetery itself?
Added by ocashman on Jan 11, 2015 11:07 AM
|lostroots||RE: Loon Lake|
I did send an email awhile back, it may have gone into spam. I just don't want to be a royal pain to you as I work with the pioneers resting in the cemetery! Happy New Years! :)
|lostroots||RE: William Bailey|
Thanks much, Danette! Would you rather I just request memorials as I work on them? Save you from having to make the changes? Just let me know. :)
|Janine Eller Porter||Infant Ware|
Thank you Danette. Janine Eller Porter
|suzy||Euceba Armes Johnson|
i just wanted to thank you for putting my great great grandmother on this site. i had never seen a picture of her before so that was cool. she looks just like her son victor c. armes! you have a very accurate accounting of her marriage/divorce/marriage/marriage history, so i am not asking for any edits, just saying thank you!
suzanne armes testerman
Added by suzy on Dec 31, 2014 11:45 AM
|Chris Klauer||RE: Guritz|
Thank you again Danette!
|Chris Klauer||RE: Infant Guritz|
Thank you so much! If there are any other Guritz in that same cemetery you can always transfer them too! Not sure if I hit them all or not!
|Chris Klauer||Memorial transfer|
Wondering if you would transfer 28689298
to me? It is the son of my ancestor who died when he was 5 years old.
Thank you so much!
|lostroots||RE: Loon Cemetery|
Thanks, Danette! I'm doing extensive research on the residents of the Loon Lake area and those buried there, and have a few more edits in the system. I'm trying to do just a few at a time so I don't overwhelm, but if you could check for them, I'd appreciate it. I don't necessarily have to have the memorials, but want to get them updated so family can find them and their stories are told, so whichever is easier for you, either updates or transfers. I'm sure you know the state of the cemetery so findagrave is the only free "public" record of some of these burials.
Thank you for the transfer. I have moved all the memorials to Catawba county. I took the liberty,(please forgive me) of using the cemetery photo you had posted. I put your name on it as copyright owner and the date you placed the photo. The cemetery at the time of their deaths was actually in Lincoln county.
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