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I joined FAG after finding this website while working on my genealogy. Since most of my family is on Long Island and I am in Delaware, I could understand the value in volunteering to document and photograph graves in my area. I have always liked cemeteries and now I have an excuse to stroll through them.|
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|T Linn||RE: Elizabeth Beebe|
That's very possible, Gail. I just don't know. I don't know why we haven't done more research on this line - especially as there are Connecticut records. I'm looking at the Beebe's right now trying to figure out something and hopefully I will remember to come back to the Warner's and do more research. Maybe find that link to your Warner's! :-)
Thanks again for allowing me to use your picture. I did make sure to credit you for it.
Added by T Linn on Jun 27, 2014 10:52 PM
|T Linn||RE: Elizabeth Beebe|
Thank you! I really appreciate it.
My 3rd great grandmother was Caroline WARNER born circa 1804 in New York to Ephraim Warner who was born circa 1774/5 in Connecticut but apparently moved to Schoharie County, NY at some point. Just found the info about Schoharie Co. Based on the info I found (not confirmed) Ephraim's wife was Tryphena LEVENWORTH.
Caroline married my 3rd great grandfather Clinton Henry Beebe IN 1825; he was also born in New York in 1805.
We haven't gone beyond Ephraim Warner - it's going to take more research so I don't know a lot about the Warner's at this time.
Caroline and Clinton moved to Michigan in 1843 where they both died. I was fortunate to visit the cemetery where he is buried (with a headstone) and we believe Caroline is the Beebe buried next to him but without a headstone.
Added by T Linn on Jun 26, 2014 1:22 PM
|T Linn||Elizabeth Beebe|
Find A Grave Memorial# 36324261
Hello - I am wondering whether you would give me permission to use the pictures of my ancestors/relatives that you have added to findagrave. I would like to add them to their pages on my family tree on Ancestry.com.
I would, of course, give you credit for the pics and include their Find A Grave #.
I noticed that you added pics a few years after someone else had and noticed the deterioration of the headstones. Such a shame but thank God that both of you took photo's while the headstones still exist.
Thank you -
Added by T Linn on Jun 26, 2014 3:26 AM
|Elaine A||Jonathan Horton|
Thanks for doing the cemetery walk and taking photos and then adding them to Find A Grave! I do know how long it takes and I soooo much appreciate seeing my 5G grand parents markers in Cutchogue, NY!
Thanks from all of us!
Added by Elaine A on Feb 26, 2014 1:32 PM
|Bear Hugs||RE: Clarence Jones headstone error|
Excellent, I am glad that has been clarified! It is amazing how many "typos" are made on headstones.
Glad I could get them for you. I had them on my camera but the first ones I took weren't that great. The stones are faded and when I went back yesterday the sun was better. Any time
Added by a2 on Nov 16, 2013 2:54 PM
|Shawna||J Edwin Roberts|
Gail--thanks for catching my mistakes....must have been a bad typing day!!
Added by Shawna on Oct 25, 2013 6:06 PM
|Shawna||Mary & Florence Coppage|
Thanks for catching my typo :)
Added by Shawna on Oct 25, 2013 5:56 PM
|Amanda Bishop Burns||David & Cassie Miller|
Thanks so much for the transfer I really appreciate it.
|Kathy (Keese) Meyr||RE: Clarence Barker photo|
You are welcome.
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