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|Wallace G Lane Jr||Craven|
There is no way a volunteer can give you an accurate internment list for a Lot, by visiting. A count of the names on existing gravestones may not represent all interments. You should contact the cemetery directly. They will be able to tell you who is buried in this lot. Having done a request for you on this lot(s). Lot 41 consists of 4 lots. Lots 41 & 42; 2380-2383; usually the records uses the first lot purchased when recording burials. Have you used the online burial search at www.green-wood.com ? You can also go to the genealogy department and request a list of all persons interred in the lot(s).
Other family name on the lot is DeKay.
Wallace G. Lane, Jr
New York City
|Our Family History||Orris Pier Beeman|
Thank You for this transfer!
|Twig Of The Tree||THANK YOU!|
Thank you SO very much for your generous transfer of my Read family! ---Twig
|Debbie J.||Jedidah Flewelling|
Transcription on lower headstone: A real daughter of the revolution: Her Father Capt. Abram Tyler and her Grandfather Col. Abraham Tyler. Aide to Washington Served from Bunker Hill to Yorktown.
|Tim & Grace||Abraham Story at Sand Hill Cemetery in Underhill|
Thank you for the additional info on Abraham.
I will try to follow up on his War of 1812 service.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
|Mike Draper||The Kemptons|
Thank you so much! And thank you for being so generous as well! If there is ever anything I can do, please do not hesitate to ask.
|Paula Towne McRonald||Nathaniel Hanaford|
How interesting!! So glad you let me know!
|JMRRH||Destitute Children of Burlington|
I was wondering what your source was for the list of children listed on this memorial. One of the children is a distant relative of mine.
Added by JMRRH on Jul 08, 2014 6:59 PM
|sweet Ellie||Hattie Holt Harrison Memorial# 107334150|
Per your request, I am happy to add the photo of the tombstone that was errected at High View Cemetery for Hattie and Raymond Harrison.
|diana greb||Max Robert Ritter|
Thanks for the transfer. Diana
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