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Janet Reasoner (#47343751)
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Bio Photo I've been adding and linking the Sebastian Lasher family that arrived in Germantown, New York in 1710 for the last few years.

If you are related I would love to hear from you and we are distant cousins.
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Terry Swanson
RE: Hines
I was unable to find a stone or grave marker. There are many white wooden crosses laying throughout the cemetery with no markings on them; not sure if they indicate burials or not. I did not find any headstones or markers with the name Hines.
Added by Terry Swanson on Nov 28, 2015 4:32 PM
Beverly Waldron-Brown
Thank you for the photos of Pine PLains, NY cemetery stone on my distant relative above. Beverly Waldron
Added by Beverly Waldron-Brown on Nov 22, 2015 1:10 PM
Forest Hill Cemetery - Utica - FAG request
Dear Janet

You have a request in F A G for a photo of a grave of the Lasher Family. The memorial site does not include the Plot and/or Lot numbers which would help easily find the graves you want photographed.

If you will call or email the Forest Hill Cemetery and ask for Plot and Lot information, I would be glad to go there and take the photographs for you.

The office number is 315-735-2701 and their email is

Once you have the information, please add it to the person’s F A G memorial site and mark it with a “Photo Request” or email me the burial information at

Please note: If the gravestone is covered in lichen or moss I will attempt to clean them with water and soft soap solution, except for older slate and limestone gravestones. I do not use shaving cream, chalk or abrasives.

Best regards,

Added by frwill48 on Nov 21, 2015 5:47 AM
Geo Clinton
RE: Lashers at East Liberty
I did not see that stone at the cemetery. It could have been there and I just missed it. Geo
Added by Geo Clinton on Nov 20, 2015 7:17 AM
Diane Henderson
RE: Harold & Alma Eaton
You are very welcome, just happy to help.
Added by Diane Henderson on Nov 19, 2015 5:22 PM
Rich M
RE: Lasher
You are most welcome! My Pleasure.
Rich M
Added by Rich M on Nov 13, 2015 6:42 PM
Bob L.
RE: Betty Lasher Austin
Jan, You're welcome. Glad I could fulfill your request.

I also found the gravestones of her husband's parents and two of his brothers and their respective wives in adjacent lots. I have uploaded photos for each and created new memorials where none existed. They are:

William & Rose Austin - parents
William & June Austin - brother
Frederick & Veronica Austin - brother

Added by Bob L. on Nov 06, 2015 1:49 PM
Rose Holton Lasher
Rose is now added to F A G
Added by frwill48 on Nov 05, 2015 6:29 PM
RE: Richard E Lasher - Rose
Yes - I'll be talking a walk up to Forest Hill this morning and will gladly take a photo and add Rose to F A G.

Best regards,

Added by frwill48 on Nov 05, 2015 8:07 AM
RE: Richard E Lasher
I enlarged one of the photos I took of Richard E Lasher in Plot 13. Buried next to him is is wife "Rose Holton Lasher". The other graves in that immediate row are also Holton's.


Added by frwill48 on Nov 04, 2015 6:45 AM
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