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|Karen Jones||RE: South Salem Cemetery|
Thanks for trying, Pat, but these numbers must still be too hard to read. We know that Lucy Ann was born 11 Apr. 1807 and that she outlived her husband (from Selleck's History of Norwalk, p.346), who died in March 1860 in a saw mill accident (mortality schedule). His age at death is probably 58, not 53, as Selleck also gave his birthdate (31 May 1801). The mortality schedule doesn't give the day of death, only the month and year. I thought it looked like a 2 but 7 is equally possible. Many thanks for trying to enhance the picture, but I suspect that the marker needs a new picture!
|Karen Jones||South Salem Cemetery|
Pat, do you ever get back to South Salem Cemetery? There's a marker there that has been photographed and put on FindAGrave, but the digital image is impossible for me to read. It's too blurry. It's for Amos H./N. Raymond and wife Lucy Ann. There's no photographer listed there for it. The memorial # is 21141342. If you ever get back there or know of a listing of the gravestones, I need the death dates and their ages at death.
This is actually for an article in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (January issue), but I realize it may have to go to press without the exact dates. I thought I'd ask, though.
Many thanks for all you do for us. Love FindAGrave and all the volunteers!
Karen Jones (editor, NYG&B Record)
|Greg Furniss||William Daymon, Rye|
Hi! Yes, that's the correct William Daymon, wife Ethalinda. If you're submitting corrections, he was also a Civil War veteran, info below. I can't thank you enough for your help with this!! Much appreciated.
Best regards, Greg
1st. Sergeant, Co. G, 11th NY Cavalry, Civil war.
a.k.a. William Damon. Cabinet Maker by trade, born Germany.
Enl 12 Aug 1862 as Private; promoted Corpl 1 Nov 1862, Sgt 19 Aug 1864, 1st Sgt 8 Apr 1865. Mustered Out 12 June 1865 at Memphis, TN.
Widow (Ethelinda) Pension 6 Aug 1890 Application 473,872 Certificate 543,257.
|Rj Smith||RE: Smiths @ Greenwood Union, Hedgemont section|
Thank you this may take some time to find out if this is the right Smith's, but any and all info is helpful to all.
Thank you again and as always happy hunting. :)
Added by Rj Smith on Aug 29, 2016 12:44 PM
|pkarchs||Marcy Gedney Hadden (1798-1876) | Eleazor Gedney Burial Ground, Mamaroneck, Westchester Co., NY|
Thanks for the transfer - now corrected and linked. For any other from this cemetery you wish to transfer, I will do the same.
Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Aug 28, 2016 5:56 AM
|Backus Family History||RE: Re: Edwin and Harriet Finch|
Yes! I will take Elijah and Phebe Woolsey, many thanks!
Dave Backus (Backus Family History) #47039629
Thank you for trying to locate and photograph the two graves I requested. I called to verify the plot info, and I did have then correct, but there may be a name variation.
Edilia Hernandez-Plot:Section South Lot 28E Grave 1
Ivette Larrieu-Plot:Section South Lot 32W Grave 8
Thank you for trying.
I will delete and resubmit.
Again thank you for your time Lisa :))
Added by Lisa on Jun 01, 2016 1:33 PM
|pmb||RE: Adam, Christina Rutherford|
Adam and Christina are my great great aunt and uncle. Ida is their granddaughter. I am seeking more information on the family, and the families of their daughters Margaret and Christina.
Added by pmb on May 16, 2016 9:06 AM
|Sarah Bach||Sarah Patterson|
Thanks for sending the info on her parents. Hopefully her parents are buried there as well and can be linked to her.
|Rj Smith||RE: one larger Smith marker|
That would be wonderful. Can you find out the section or maybe a plot number so I can try and find out more info from the cemetery. With the last name of Smith it makes it difficult to pin ancestors down.
Added by Rj Smith on Apr 15, 2016 10:47 PM
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