|Anne Cady (#46985237)|
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I started doing full photographic inventories of cemeteries in St. Lawrence county NY back in 1999 and have about 150 cemeteries inventoried and online on my home page (see link below). I have copied the listings over to find-a-grave and am working on getting all the photos uploaded here as well. Its a slow process, so if you don't find what you are looking for here, check to see if I have it on my other site. Please don't add the pictures from my website to find-a-grave yourself. If you find a picture on my site that you would like added to find-a-grave, just send me an email or leave me a message and I'll be happy to add them. |
I also live near Washington DC from November thru April so I also enjoy fulfilling photo requests for Arlington National Cemetery.
If you would like to take-over ownership of any memorials I've created for your family members just let me know. I'd be happy to transfer them to you.
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|Jim Laudie||Hughes in St Lawrence County|
Thank you so much for the John B Hughes stone photograph. That was a big help and confirmation of something I was after. So you must live up in that area? I got through there a few years back and loved it. I'm descended from Daltons and Hughes up there...probably more. I'm after this Hughes family right now and wondering if you might know more.
John Hughes (1810-1874)
Margaret Butler (???) - wife, married 1837?
Mathew - married my relative, Mary Dalton in 1882
I'm thinking son, John, is the one whose stone you photographed. But there are a bunch of Hughes in that area and it's throwing me for a loop. This family is there in the 1850, 1860, and 1870 censuses. But then they seem to disappear after that. I think I see the widowed mother living with son, William, in the area in 1880 census. But they're lost in the 1900 census. Thinking they may have left the area, but don't have any idea. Broader searches in the 1900 census with a name like Hughes have been more difficult.
Do any of these folks ring a bell for you?
Thanks so much in advance,
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