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aladdinsane85 (#47390645)
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Bio Photo A purveyor of the obscure and factually trivial, I have known about find a grave for quite a few years past, but have only recently gotten around to becoming a member.
I am currently authoring a work entitled "The Strangest Names In American Political History." This project comprises U.S. politicians of varying significance that have strange, odd or unusual names, many of whom are already listed on this site. As of this writing, the project stands at 2183 persons, and my main mission here is to provide pictures and photographs of these people that may not have one. Cemetery photographs are also on my list of things to add, albeit ones that are relatively near my location.
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K Perry
Ner Middleswarth 1783
You put a picture of Ner Middleswarth born 1783 on a site for him in Union Cemetery in Troxelville. But Ner Middleswarth 1783 is not buried there. He is my ggg grandfather and he is buried in Beavertown Cemetery in Beaver township, Snyder County Pa. I already have a findagrave page for him there. He is buried next to his wife Christina Schwartzkop and many family members in Beavertown Cemetery also. I cannot contact the person who put Ner Middleswarth 1783 in the wrong cemetery. is there any way you can remove a picture of him in union Cemetery you put on there? thank you for any help you can give me.
Added by K Perry on Jul 21, 2012 1:11 AM
Gary Fritz
Lincoln-Naples NY
istory of Ontario Co, NY, Conover & Aldrich, pub 1893, pg 109 - 110
LINCOLN, Cyrillo S., lawyer of Naples, was born July 18, 1830, in South Bristol, a son of Lucius and Amelia (FELLOWS) LINCOLN, natives of Otsego county, whose ancestors came from New London, Conn., and were of the same stock as General LINCOLN, of Revolutionary fame. Subject was educated at the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, at Lima and Charlottesville Academies, and at Union College, from which he graduated in 1854. He studied law in Rochester, was admitted to the bar in 1859, and at once located at Naples in the practice of his profession, where he has enjoyed a good patronage. He is a republican, and represented his district in the Assembly (in 1872) for four years in succession. He married Laura A. CLARK in 1863, a sister of Noah T. CLARK, of Canandaigua, and a cousin of Ex-Governor CLARK. Mrs. LINCOLN's grandfather, William CLARK, was a colonel under WASHINGTON in the Revolution, and one of the original purchasers of the town of Naples in 1789. Mr. LINCOLN and wife are members of the Presbyterian Church. They have two children: Mary C., wife of A. L. PARKER, of Detroit, who is secretary of the Y. M. C. A.; and Spencer F., a graduate of Cornell University Law Department, and assistant editor of the North Western Law Review of St. Paul, Minn.

Added by Gary Fritz on Jul 18, 2011 1:09 PM
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