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Since I could never care as much about your family and friends as you do, please feel free to request memorial transfers.
Give me a few weeks to complete the transfer following your request.
I am interested in the following families:
Cleveland & other Cuyhoga County, OH locations, children of August EWERT & Wilhelmine _?_:
* Ewert / Evert / Everett
* Grunschelski / many variations / Grand
Orange County, NY & Ulster County, NY, descendants and ancestors of Johan Jost FRANTZ & Catharina SINSABAUGH / SENSEBACH:
* Known variations: Frantz / France / Frants / Franz / Frans / Franse / Frantze / Francy / Francis / Franck. (SENSEBACH has a multitude of spelling variations in North America.)
Orange County, NY, children & parents of Nathan PARET & Christiana BAILEY + Samuel PARET & Phebe BAILEY + William PARET & Ruth _?_ + Henry Paret & Fanny _?_:
* Known variations: Paret / Parret / Parrett / Parrette / Parot / Parrot / Parott / Parrotte
Dutchess County, NY; Orange County, NY; Queens, Queens County, NY:
* John JOHNSON, shoemaker, Revolutionary War veteran
* John JOHNSON, carpenter & wagon maker (is he the son or grandson of the above John?)
Thank you for your interest .^_^.
|Messages left for seekerJay (451)||[Leave Message]|
Just to let you know I'm all set. Have obtained high resolution images from the Forbush Memorial Library and permission to use them in my book. I also learned that the actual collar on Nancy Coolidge's dress was donated by her descendants to the Winterthur Museum.
|Rick Macnamara||RE: Regarding: Gladys Frantz|
Hi! Not sure if I ever answered your message. Gladys and Frank divorced in 1947 and she married Jacob Henry Frantz in 1954. They separated a couple years later, but finally got around to the divorce in 1974. Hope that clears it up. Cheers!
|cindybcurious||Charles & Nancy Coolidge portraits|
Would you be willing to share higher resolution images of these two portraits (Forbush Memorial Library in Westminster) so I can include their likenesses in a small book I am putting together about the house in Weston they lived in for about a year (1859-61) before returning to Westminster. This house is now on town-owned conservation land (27 Crescent Street). If so, this would save me a trip to Westminster. I would still obtain permission from the library and would credit both you and the library in my courtesy statement.
I'm brand newly registered to Find-A-Grave, so hope I am following proper procedure.
P.S. If you are willing, I'm not sure how we communicate, but I do have an email address I could post publicly, if necessary.
|Kathy Gartner||Fred and Ruth Bellman|
Found Their headstones in N but the last name is Spelt Billman. dates and names match
|Kathy Gartner||Alfrod Bemos|
Hi, You have a site for Alford Bemros. Their is already one for Alfred and Frances Bemrose.
Just letting you know. Kathy
Wonderful! Thank you. Thank you. Regards.
Added by DaurRegt on May 12, 2016 1:19 AM
Hey Jay - For your records... William Trapp's stone is located at the Old Pioneer Cemetery, Dryden, NY at the top of the hill in the very back row, facing east. Catherine is one row east of William but I took a nice photo of the two together that makes them appear side by side. I will post it temporarily to Catherine's memorial in case you want to grab it. ~Nancy
Added by ~Nancy on Apr 27, 2016 3:31 PM
|~Nancy||RE: By the way.......|
Good news - I was able to get back to the Old Pioneer Cemetery today and photographed every stone. I found Catherine Trapp and several others you may be interested in ... Lewis, Cooper, Whitmore). I will work on getting them posted this week. There are over 110 stone for individuals there and I have photos for at least 30 that currently have no posted photo here. ~Nancy
Added by ~Nancy on Apr 24, 2016 6:46 PM
|~Nancy||RE: By the way.......|
I'll have to try the stereo technique - thanks! I haven't been able to find out yet why some of the stones from the "Old Pioneer Cemetery" were moved to Green Hills and some were left. It seems perhaps that those in the "back" - north - end may have remained while the land closer to the road was sold/changed use. I can't say that those moved to Green Hills fared any better. I saw five or six stones there the other day that were left on the ground side by side between an access road and a small ravine. There's no way the bodies were re-interred at that spot - so ...were the bodies left at Old Pioneer??
Added by ~Nancy on Apr 24, 2016 7:55 AM
|~Nancy||RE: William Trapp|
Yes, I'm seeing the same. I still have more markers at that cemetery to photograph and plan to go back in the morning. With different lighting conditions perhaps we will be able to read more. If I do capture a better photo of William's stone I will replace this one. ~Nancy
Added by ~Nancy on Apr 23, 2016 9:02 AM
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