|Little Macomber (#47283732)|
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After many years of doing my own genealogy|
I have a new tax deductible fund
1) Providing child monuments for families in need
2) Record, Restore, Beautify, Educate historic monuments in the Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence County of New York.
You can access further info via https://www.facebook.com/pages/Forgetmenot-Fund/591430507603400
http://nnycf.org/aboutus.asp and Just list the Forget Me Not fund
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I apologize for that.I will locate and link the family members as I know the family.being that your just using a phone app I will take care of it.
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|heidic208||Pamelia Hunt Bibbins|
Thanks for taking this photo. I appreciate your time.
Thank you for the photo of Henry Jewett's grave.
Added by bcfrench on Aug 18, 2016 11:47 AM
|Deborah Sweet||Memorial #121688188|
Hi! Would you be so kind as to transfer this Memorial for Henry Armstrong, over to me? He was my grandmother's brother.
|Natalie Woodall||Margaret Smith|
Hello! When you photographed the stone for Margaret Smith in Barnes Corners Cemetery, did you see a stone for her husband, Feltin? Do you live close enough to visit the cemetery again to take a picture of his stone, provided it exists? My information says he died in 1862. Feltin and Margaret were the parents of Maria Smith who married James L. Hall. Maria and James were the parents of my 2X great grandmother, Malvina Hall Davis. Many thanks for whatever you may be able to tell me. Best wishes, Natalie J. Woodall, PhD
|4bearerfinder||RE: Nathaniel & Sophronia Bartlett|
Many, many thanks!!! At least I do know there are other names on the marker. I contacted the county historical society and they said this was an unusual photo for this time period.
|4bearerfinder||Nathaniel & Sophronia Bartlett|
I came across a photo my great, great grandmother had taken of the Bartlett gravestone in Barnes Corners Evergreen Cemetery in about 1900. (notice the young trees) I can tell that on the front is the information for Nathaniel and Sophronia but there appears to be other names and dates on the side. They had two sons, Franklin and James, and I wonder if it could be them. I have greatly enlarged the photo, but could not read the information. There are no other Bartletts listed in this cemetery in F.A.G. and I'm wondering if you took a photo of the other side of the marker. Thank you for your help.
centograph - never heard of it. can't find it in google or dictionary.com, but sounds interesting and may explain some other things I have seen. Thank you!
Added by Laudi on Jan 14, 2016 2:14 PM
Do you have a personal connection to Loadwick, Bowman, Cool, or Nichols?
Am curious as to the parents of Fred C Loadwick, who appears to be listed twice - in the Sheepfold Cemetery at Great Bend, with biographical notes and also at the Adams Rural Cemetery in Adams, with gravestone photo and family connects in same cemetery, one with a portrait. Looking at the locations, he obviously cannot be buried at both places, although he could have had an earlier plot, not used. Or maybe he is a different Fred C Loadwick. The dates given are the same. There was no mention of his parents in the biographical sketch. Only 12 Loadwick names in Find A Grave in Jefferson County (the one appearing twice), they should all be related to me, somehow.
Added by Laudi on Jan 13, 2016 11:09 PM
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