|Andrew L. (#46818829)|
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8 Aug. 2011
DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND MY CONTROL, I NO LONGER HAVE INTERNET OR EMAIL (AT HOME), I WILL STILL BE ADDING MEMORIALS-TRANSFERS-CORRECTIONS ON TWO OTHER COMPUTERS.
PLEASE LEAVE ALL MESSAGES HERE. Be sure to include the memorial ID #.
Aunt Stella was 102 1/2 yrs old, passing at a Warsaw, NY Nursing home.
She has beaten in age our other centenarians
Annelise Schulze Gruner (1888-1988)
Adele Brown Todd (1890-1990)
Ruth Searle Rudd (1892-1993)
Ellen Armstrong Bates (1851-1951)
William Carver (1659-1760)
Ancestors & relatives never really go away, they get buried, cremated or vaulted in a sacred place for us to visit and remember. After all, where would we be without our ancestors? As much as it hurts to lose a loved one, we must be thankful for the time we had together. These memorials in FIND A GRAVE are growing by a million a month and make it easier for the world to find & see the memorials of their loved ones. Through these memorials, they live on.
Passionate is an understatement, Genealogy & Cemeteries are a big part of my life. Have 35 years of sometimes obsessive research under my belt. I'm one of the very few volunteers for Madison County, NY which is 662 square miles with 285 Cemeteries and endless hills (up to 1800 ft) & valleys, so go easy on me folks.
Genealogically I picked up where my Grandfather and his father left off. I specialize in Madison County, NY and surrounding areas and Warren County, NY. If you find your relative in my memorials and would like transfers or to add bios, or corrections let me know. All my photos are free for distribution.
Though it feels like "good-bye", we know that in reality, for those of us who have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ it is merely, "see-you-later"
Taphophilia is a interest for and enjoyment of cemeteries. Taphophilia involves epitaphs, gravestone rubbing, photography, art, and history of deaths. The singular term is a taphophile.
"Life is a meal...and old age is desert"
"Tho the Brave may not live forever, the cautious may never live at all"
Currently working on:
(meaning taking photos/adding memorials)
Oakwood Cem. - Chittenango, Sullivan, Madison, NY
Evergreen Cem. - Cazenovia, Madison, NY
New Woodstock Cem. - New Woodstock T/O Cazenovia
Recently Completed Cemeteries:
(meaning all stones photo'd & memorials added)
Hillside Cem. - Georgetown, Madison, NY
Sheds Cem. - DeRuyter, Madison, NY
Earlville Cem. - Earlville, T/O Hamilton, Madison, NY
Graham Cem. - T/O Hamilton, Madison, NY
Poolville Cem. - T/O Hamilton, Madison, NY
Hillside Cem. -Oriskany Falls, Augusta, Oneida, NY
Deansboro Cem. (85%) - Marshall, Oneida, NY
Woodlawn Cemetery - Hamilton, Madison, NY
W. Edmeston Cemetery - Brookfield, Madison, NY
Leonardsville SD Bapt Cem. - Brookfield, Madison, NY
Leonardsville Cemetery - Brookfield, Madison, NY
Madison Street Cemetery (89%)- Hamilton, Madison, NY
St. Agatha's Cemetery - Canastota, Madison, NY
St. Joseph's Cemetery - Madison, Madison, NY
Madison Village Cemetery - Madison, Madison, NY
Glenwood Cemetery (82%)- Oneida, Madison Co., NY
Sangerfield Cemetery - Sangerfield, Oneida, NY
Morrisville Rural Cemetery - Morrisville, Madison, NY
Oneida Castle Cemetery Oneida Castle, Oneida Co., NY
St. Patricks Cemetery - Oneida, Madison Co., NY
Stockbridge Cemetery - Stockbridge, NY
St. Francis Cemetery - Durhamville, NY
St. Helena/Valley View Cemetery - Oneida, NY
Mount Pleasant Cemetery - (82%) Canastota, NY
Welsh Church Cemetery - Nelson, NY
Vernon Center Cemetery - Vernon Ctr., NY
Augusta Cemetery - Knoxboro, NY
Lenox Rural Cemetery - Lenox, NY
Whitelaw Cemetery - Whitelaw (Lenox), NY
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|Virginia Arnold||Frederick Sheets|
Thank You for the headstone photo.
|Kelly Beach||obit and some connections|
I am looking at the Camp and King families in Sangerfield Cemetery, NY. They actually belong to my step family ancestry. You may transfer them to me if you would like, but for now, I have an obit that can be added, and will help connecting some people further.
Adeline King Camp Memorial# 45751712
Daniel K.F. Camp Memorial# 45751721
Thomas King Jr Memorial# 45751139
Waterville Times Apr. 1900
The people of this community were surprised and shocked to learn of the death, on April 21st, of Mrs. D. K. F. Camp.
On Easter Sunday she attended church in apparent good health, but she had a slight cold which did not seem serious until the following Tuesday night when it took an alarming turn, affecting both ears and inflamation set in which subsequently went to the brain. She suffered intense pain until Friday night, when she passed into an unconscious state from which she did not rally, and the end came very peacefully on Saturday afternoon about three o'clock Her death was so unexpected that only her husband, her son, Eugene, and two daughters. Mrs. Francis J. Rice and
Mrs. Howard S. Eastman were with her. Mrs. Ward H. Nisbet of Rome and Mrs. Frank C. Palmer of Utica arrived a few hours after their mother's, death, while Miss Emma J. Camp of New York city reached home Monday night
The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at t w o o'clock, at her home, her pastor. Rev. Mr. Barrett, of t h e Presbyterian church, officiating. Very many present recalled the day last June when Mr. and Mrs. Camp celebrated their golden wedding, and Mr. Barrett referred feelingly to that event. The interment took place a t Sangerfield Center, and on account of the bad condition
of the roads the funeral procession passed the old home where Mrs. Camp was born, now owned by Hon. Wm. Cary Sanger. Mrs. Camp was born Dec. 2nd, 1827, and was the youngest daughter of Thomas King and Philena Muzzy, daughter of Col. Muzzy. Mrs. Camp is survived by her husband, all of her children, nineteen grand children and three sisters, Mrs. Esther Moore of Detroit. Michigan. Mrs. A. H. Barry of Elgin, Ill. and Mrs. J.V. R Livermore of North Brookfield.
In early life Mrs. Camp united with the Baptist church of this village but after her marriage she united with the Presbyterian church. Of her cheerful, happy disposition and her consistent, daily christian life there is no need to speak to those who knew her, while the loss which her death has occasioned in the devoted family circle is irreparable. "Her children arise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her."
My gg-grandmother was Elizabeth Mary Davis
Birth 24 Mar 1864 in Whales
Death 03 Dec 1929 in Granville, Washington, New York.
She was married a few times. Her daughters were Jennie & Leah Thomas. Leah married Frank Kana who was son to Fenton "Fin" Kana of Whitehall (my g-grandfather.
Do any of these names ring a bell?
Thanks so much,
|Dwayne Crandall||Leonardsville Cem - Crandalls|
Wondering if you'd mind transferring Arthur W. Crandall : Find A Grave Memorial# 94332459 his son Allan Crandall # 943322553, and his wife, Fannie Brooks Crandall all buried in Leonardsville Cemetery?
My # is 46912347
|Kathryn Hill||Corridon Lincoln Maxson - West Edmeston Cemetery|
If you'd care to transfer, I can add a little more information for him:
Thanks so much, Andrew. Love - Kathy (Find A Grave Member # 47225156 )
Would you be so kind as to photograph the headstone for this memorial? She was a classmate of mine growing up and I would like to help keep her memory alive. Thanks so much for your generosity.
Added by Bethany on Dec 06, 2013 7:21 AM
|Patticlogger||Madison County, NY|
Andrew, you do not know how much I appreciate the work you have done around Madison County, NY. I am related to the Stam/Walrod crew. My Stam moved something like NINE times in his lifetime, ending up here in Minnesota.
Thanks for all your hard work! Patti Low
|Donna Burdick||ID #48315681|
Andrew - I think that Frank A. Moore, who died in 1924 and is buried at the Peterboro Cemetery, is the same person as Franklin A. Moore, who in the 1865 Smithfield Census states that he was formerly in the Army. Do you know what unit he may have been in? I'm trying to compile a list of all Smithfield veterans in the Civil War, and wonder if he should be included, especially since he's buried at Peterboro. By the way, Melvina Moore who d. in 1889 was Frank's 1st wife and Lucretia Moore was his stepmother. Both of these women are also buried at the Peterboro Cemetery. Donna Burdick
|KUber||Pics and All your Help|
Thank you once again for family pics, transfers and all your work in Madison county. I am thankful for you!!!
Added by KUber on Dec 01, 2013 8:45 AM
I would like to write my sincerest thanks for all your hard work in preserving the memories of our loved ones!
I just came across your posting of my great-great grandfather, Charles Mattoon (1780-1857), buried in the Knoxboro-Augusta Cemetery. Thank you for taking the photo and doing such a nice job with the memorial!! I don't know how I missed it in the past, but I'm so happy to see it!
I, too, am (slowly) documenting a number of the cemeteries in Colorado... a wonderful way to spend an afternoon...
Again, thank you, and keep up the wonderful work!
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