|Cassandra E (#47325550)|
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Don't forget to THANK your friendly FAG volunteers today!!! A little "Thank You" goes a long way. ;-)|
***please... if you are going to REQUEST a transfer of memorials from me.... When you message me *using edit/corrections* tab, please include an email address that I can use to communicate with you. If you do not, then I will most likely IGNORE your request. I do and will transfer memorials following FAG guidelines. If you send me an email that says, "I'd like this memorial. He/she is a relative of mine"... then I do not have to transfer it to you.... If I cannot communicate with you, you will not know WHY you are not getting the transfer. ***
I becamed interested in FAG when doing genealogy research for my husband's family. I continue to be active (as much as I can), so that I may help others that are searching for or researching their family's history.
I try to do my work the "hard way". By going to the cemeteries and LOOKING at the stones, not just reading them off a list that someone else transcribed YEARS ago, as I find that data can be very wrong. From wrong names to wrong dates. In 90% (or more) of the cases, if I made the memorials, I have the photo!! I try my best not to make memorials unless I have corresponding photos. Unfortunately, since I like to visit smaller, older cemeteries, that is not always possible. If I am taking many photos at a particular cemetery and can find a previous reading that contains names to which I do not have photos for, I will add memorials for them to try to complete that cemetery's listing.
I may not have uploaded the photo for the corresponding memorial yet. If you see a memorial without a photo and want to know if I have the photo, please email me. I tried to make memorials FIRST, Edit photos for uploading SECOND, and upload photos LAST. PHOTO REQUESTS DO GET PRIORITY. If you request the photo, I can generally have it up in 24 hours, barring illness, injury, or vacation. ;-)
I LOVE obtaining photo requests. I am more likely to look at your request if you have a plot location, if available. If you take that extra step, I will go out of my way to get your photo.
I am willing to transfer memorials to family members based on FAG guidelines.
Please use the EDIT tab for corrections/additions/etc.
I also keep all my photos on file and am willing to email originals to direct descendants... just email me with the appropriate information or use the edit tab to send me a message. (just please remember to give me credit when using the photo).
Good luck researching!
Soldier's Plot/Section in:
Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, NY
St. Joseph's Cemetery
Oak Hill Cemetery, Herkimer, NY
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|Don Nilson||Daniel Lubey 69814688|
Hi, Daniel Lubey is my wife's Great Great Gandpa. Wilhelmina Lubey (Beck)his wife 69814728. Daniel Born 1849, Wilhelmina born 1848. Daniel's oder brother, John Lubey died at the end of the Civil War in North Carolina 1845-1865. Daniel is buried in Raleigh, North Carolina. If ok, you can transfer to me or if you need additional info please let me know. I'm new to this site. Thank You!
|wendy l bowers||Comstock family|
Thank you for such a great jib. I am doing genealogy for my cousin and Comstock's are in his family tree. C.Ward and Esther Comstock. yOU SAID THERE IS A LARGE STONE SO I SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND IT. i AM NOT SURE OF OTHER COMSTOCK FAMILY YET. OOOPS I HIT THE CAP KEY I AM SORRY. ACTUALLY I CAN READ WHAT I AM TYPING BETTER.
WENDY BOWERS UTICA NY
|Laura Perkins||RE: Sauer (St. Mary's Cemetery)|
Thank you Cassandra. The Sauer name is unrelated.
John Hess I have a photo of him and his family. Thank you so much for asking. Appreciate it and what you do on Fin-a-Grave. Laura
|Laura Perkins||RE: John Hess|
Thank you so much.
|frwill48||Alice Watson Doolittle|
I am submitting some "edits" for relationships for Alice Watson Doolittle (Find A Grave # 91914740).
This is an obituary showing she was married to James L Lowery, with whom she had a son. Watson Lowery. http://fultonhistory.com/newspapers%207/Clinton%20Courier/Clinton%20NY%20Courier%201985%20-%201985%20Grayscale.pdf/Clinton%20NY%20Courier%201985%20-%201985%20Grayscale%20-%200670.pdf
The second cites her remarried to Ebenezer Doolittle.
I hope this helps you in your search for her other relationships.
Added by frwill48 on Jan 10, 2016 4:31 AM
|frwill48||Charles Andrews Doolittle b 1849|
I found this reference to C A Doolittle - please use if you would like in his F A G Bio
Charles Andrews Doolittle I (M)
b. circa September 1849
Charles Andrews Doolittle I was born circa September 1849 at New York. He married Mary Louisa Adams Johnson, daughter of William Clarkson Johnson and Mary Louisa Adams, on 7 September 1875. Charles Andrews Doolittle I and Mary Louisa Adams Johnson appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Page 44, District 134, Utica, Oneida County, New York; C. A. Doolittle, age 28, had his wife, Mary, age 23; his daughter, Julia, age 3; his son, William, age 1; and 3 servants living with him. Charles was a lawyer. They were living at 347 Genssee Street.
Charles Andrews Doolittle I and Mary Louisa Adams Johnson appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Sheet 9A, District 63, Utica Ward 7, Oneida County, New York; Charles A. Doolittle, age 50, had his wife, Mary Adams Doolittle, age 46; daughter, Julia T. S., age 23; son, Wiliam C.J., age 21; Charles A. Jr., age 18; John Q.A., age 16; Eben B.S., age 10; and 2 servants, living with him. Charles was a lawyer, and living at 417 Genesee Street. He and Mary had been married for 25 years. Mary has had 5 children, who were all still living.
Charles Andrews Doolittle I and Mary Louisa Adams Johnson appeared on the census of 20 April 1910 at Sheet 5A, District 123, Utica Ward 7, Oneida County, New York; Charles A. Doolittle, age 60, had his wife, Mary A., age 56; his son, Ebenezer S. Doolittle, age 20; and 4 servants, living with him. Charles had his own income. He and Mary had been married for 35 years. Mary has had 5 children, with 3 still living. They were living at 417 Genesee Street.
Charles Andrews Doolittle I and Mary Louisa Adams Johnson appeared on the census of 27 January 1920 at Sheet No. 11B, District 136, Utica Ward 7, Oneida County, New York; Charles A. Doolittle, age 70, had his wife, Mary L., age 66; his son, Eban S., age 30; and 3 maids, living with him at 395 Genesse Street. Charles was a lawyer, and owned his home.
Children of Charles Andrews Doolittle I and Mary Louisa Adams Johnson
Julia Tyler Adams Sherman Doolittle b. 22 Nov 1876, d. 10 Jun 1903
William Clarkson Johnson Doolittle+ b. 16 Apr 1879, d. Aug 1967
Charles Andrews Doolittle Jr.+ b. 31 Dec 1881
John Quincy Adams Doolittle b. 7 Feb 1884, d. 28 Jun 1900
Ebenezer Brown Sherman Doolittle+ b. 24 Sep 1889, d. 8 Apr 1948
Added by frwill48 on Jan 07, 2016 7:52 AM
|frwill48||Hawley Family - Forest Hill Cemetery Utica, NY|
I have photographed the Hawley Family pot at Plot 14 in Forest Hill Cemetery. Please updte the burial informatioin to include Plot 14.
I also updated the GPS coordiantes for eaach peson to the coordiantes of thei specifc grave site.
Added by frwill48 on Nov 27, 2015 4:29 PM
|Bettejo Caldwell||Cynthia A Hulser|
Cynthia A Hulser (1834-1916) was not the wife of Washington Hulser (1833-1847) she was the sister.
Cynthia married John H Minott at 10 Jul 1902 • Belle Plaine, Benton, Iowa, USA
|Lynda Puakea||Jacob F Harter|
Just found your photo of Jacobʻs headstone... he is my 1st cousin 7X removed... may I use the photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the photographers... appreciate your posting and thanks...
|JMBrown831||Grave marker for Janet Brown|
I should clarify. Thank you for posting the photo from the West Schuyler Cemetery.
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