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af (#47059011)
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Bio Photo Upon my becoming a memorial, I leave all my memorials to Frank 46941322.
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ScottishPiper
RE: Lela Butts Haven
how wonderful. The world is small after all and keeps getting smaller. I currently live in Syracuse. My parents met at Baker H.S. in B'ville and married in 1959. I was born in Syracuse but raised in Fulton. You are invited and welcome to read my Find A Grave profile. ///
Were you interested in more information on Clarence S. Burleigh - if so I had left messages on - St. Marys Groundskeeper (#47974665).//
Again, thank you and I wish you much happiness in life and enjoy this Holiday Season.

---- My Paternal lineage has been in central NY since very late 1700's or early 1800's. Various branches of my paternal roots may have been here long before that. -- My Maternal lineage (German ancestors) goes back before the Revolutionary War and also to George Soule of of the Mayflower in 1620. So I have New England
established family ties with my German ancestors who arrived in late 1600's and lived in Pennsylvania and by mid 1800's moved to Allegany and Cattaraugus counties of NY. -- My wife often tells me I am Older than the Hills. - I believe you know a fellow Find A Grave colleague/ member " Frank K" , he is a nice gentleman and does much traveling and creates new F.A.G. memorials for us. At times I think he feels I know everyone cause many memorials he manages are often my deceased relatives, friends or people associated in respect to my family tree. I suppose if you had 200 plus years of family roots within a certain region things are just coincidental.
Added by ScottishPiper on Dec 03, 2016 7:52 AM
Tony Chiofolo
Polish terms
Hey friend. Hope you are doing well. Thought I would pass this along to you. I have seen them as names on the headstones.

Corka means daughter.
Ojciec=father.
Matka=mother.
Maz=Husband.
Wnuk=grandson.
Syn-Male (child)
Zona= Wife
Brat=Brother.
Added by Tony Chiofolo on Jan 25, 2016 6:32 AM
St. Marys Groundskeeper
RE: St. Mary's Phone #
we just buried Victoria Litwak yesterday. I don't remember the other names on the grave marker, but it is a 4 grave plot, so it is possible Joe is there. The phone number to reach me at the cemetery is 315-402-9431. I have a voice mail if I don't hear it ring, and I can get back to you if needed. Let me know if there's anything else I can do....Dana.
Added by St. Marys Groundskeeper on May 08, 2014 5:07 PM
kebells
RE: Gail
Thank you so much for putting everything together; it's wonderful. Most days I'm still in disbelief. I thought for sure the memorial would help. It did, but it still doesn't seem real. I went to the Scholastic Sale and thought of you and Gail spending hours there! It made me smile! :)
Added by kebells on Jan 10, 2010 3:52 PM
 

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