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Nice to hear from another Swartwout. Sorry, I don't have any of John Henry
Swartwout, what I have attached is a photo of Robert Dunscomb Swartwout,
Sarah Stearns Satterlee Swartwout, and Satterlee Swartwout, from before
Henry was born to Sarah and Satterlee's memorial. Please do attach your wonderful memorial of John Henry
Swartwout to his parents -
Robert Swartwout # 107103512 and Sarah Stearns Satterlee #103150421.
I also will upload a document I just ran across on ancestory, perhaps you
already have it. Once you have copied it, I can delete it again from the memorial.
I have added your information to my tree, I had always had trouble finding
information on John Henry.
Added by MGannuch on Apr 16, 2013 11:35 PM
Glad I could help. You're so lucky to have those old photographs - I even enjoyed looking at them and reading their history when I added the headstone picture.
Yes, you are correct. Spring Grove is absolutely beautiful. I believe it's the second largest cemetery in the US. They have a great website and the sections and plots are marked very well so it makes it easier to locate headstones.
Have a great day!
|Charles Haig||Headstone Pictures|
I would like to thank you for taking the headstone spictures of William Backhouse Astor, Jr and William Backhouse Astor, Sr
I found his gravestone this morning. I need to go back for afternoon light to get a decent image. His name is one of many on the Reuben Peaslee family stone. There are two other large Peaslee family stones from the same era in the Town Cemetery. Are you interested in those, too, or just the Reuben P branch of the family?
Added by Joseph on Jun 10, 2008 1:11 PM
I do not already have a photo of his grave, but I will look for him the next time I go to the Town Cemetery.
Added by Joseph on Jun 08, 2008 3:28 PM
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