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Recently retired. Love to fish, especially warmwater, freshwater gamefish species. Used to ice fish, but need a warmer non-summer activity. Thought Find-A-Grave might fit that opening, at least through the transition months. Both activities center around the central western portion of the Finger Lakes Region in Western New York. In 2010, caught and released a 20 1/2 inch largemouth in Honeoye, a 20 1/4 inch largemouth in Canandaigua, a 21 inch smallmouth in Keuka, a 40 1/4 inch northern in Keuka, and a 27 inch chain pickerel in Canandaigua. You've got to love the beauty of the hills, the richness of the farm lands, the water resources, and the history of the Finger Lakes and it's inhabitants.|
1.) Bath National Cemetery, Steuben Co., NY
The VA Nationwide Gravesite Locator is an additional tool to search Bath National and other sites, as well as performing nation wide searches. The Bath National Section Map is also a handy local site tool.
2.) New Number Nine Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY.
3.) Sand Hill Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY
Memorial for Caretaker of Sand Hill Cemetery for 60 Years: Clarence G. Smith. Flowers and Tokens Welcome.
4.) Gorham Cemetery, Gorham Twp, Ontario Co., NY.
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|LVPennGen||Mary K Landries|
Thank you so much for taking this photo for me!!
|S ||RE: Thorp plot photo @ Van Auken Cemetery|
You are welcome!
Added by S on Jul 07, 2014 8:28 PM
|sandlotball||RE: Bath National|
There's no rush Charles, none at all. There are plenty I need as I try to clean-up some names and dates - some of these men were incorrectly listed by either findagrave or the VA gravesite database. So I'll be requesting a few each week and there's no hurry as I do the clean-up.
If I get to upstate NY next year I'd like to see Bath in person & take some myself. Judging from your photography, it's beautiful.
|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin||Hicks updates and pics|
Thanks so much for all of the Hicks updates and photos. Are you a Hicks descendant? Martin Hermance Hicks was my 3x gr grandfather. I did a lot of research on this line many years ago but now that you have given me so much valuable information I will have to get back to Hicks.
Can I use your photos for my Ancestry site?
Thanks so much
|Marlene Miller||photo of Sylvester Keller|
Thank you so much for the photo of my great great grandfather's headstone. I have just within the past month made contact with another great great granddaughter of Sylvester's in Sweden and I know she'll greatly appreciate the photo as well.
|sandlotball||RE: Bath National|
Just saw the photographs for John Grimley & John McGowan. They're as nice as the first 3. Everything you say about Bath National is true. Glad there's a good photographer to do it justice.
|Texas Connection||Robert Aird Photo|
Thank you so much for the great pic !! God Bless
Thanks for the photo from Bath for Edward James Goldsmith - Cousin Eddie.
May I use that photo on my family tree on Ancestry.com?
Added by Frankz on Jul 05, 2014 8:02 PM
|Jessica Purser||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of my father's grave. I wish I could go up to visit more often, but sadly I can't due to having to have moved all the way down to Florida. I'm so grateful to you for doing this for me! Thank you!!!
Hi Charles - Thank You. The photographs of Tom Fagen, Dan McGowan & George Mansfield are outstanding - and the plot photos are beautiful. Is Bath situated on a lake ? Looks like a lake in the background on Tom Fagen's landscape shot.
I'd like to add also, Thank You for honoring our veterans in this way.
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