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|Joanne B||Presbyterian Cemetery|
So impressed with all the photographs you have taken. A few neighbors went up to this cemetery and cleaned it up a few weeks ago. Many stones had fallen over since last time I was there. I took lots of photos with the intention of uploading them to this site, but you had done it already! Fantastic!
We are trying to get the town of Northampton to maintain this old abandoned cemetery.
Added by Joanne B on Sep 23, 2015 9:24 AM
I left some updates for you :)
Added by Richard on Apr 04, 2015 5:50 PM
|Roberta Bouche||George Huntoon|
Thank you for the photo of George's gravestone.
I appreciate your time and efforts.
|Jacen Dallas||Thank you|
I would like to thank you for all of your work. I was fortunate enough to know my great grandparents. I am from the Rochester area and remember spending the summer in Broadalbin when I was 13 years old.
My great grandmother, Mabel Dallas passed away in April 1986. My dad and I went to help grandpa (John Dallas) out for a few weeks.
Greatest summer of my life! Just me and great grandpa together while dad was busy tying up loose affairs for them.
He shared so many great stories about his life. Priceless!
I forwarded the photo of their marker to my grandfather who is now 84.
Thanks for logging it. So, many great memories and stories.
|D.H.||RE: Lyman Steele, Broadalbin|
We are related! Lyman is my 4th great grandfather as well, through his son Chester Luther, and his son Henry Lyman. I do have photos of Steeles, but they begin with my great-grandmother (and one blurry photo of my gg-grandmother, Eliza Jane Dutcher). You should be able to see them here: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/39570167/family
Would you be willing to take a photo of Chester Luther Steele and his wife Mary Elizabeth Dye at your convenience? The Fulton genealogy website says they're buried in the Broadalbin-Mayfield Rural Cemetery, aka the Broadalbin Village Cemetery. (Is that this same cemetery? I'm not certain.) They died in 1899 and 1886, respectively. The website says their numbers are 2-0971 and 2-0972, if that means anything to you.
Also, if you ever run across Henry Lyman Steele (1848-?) and Eliza Jane Dutcher (1852-?), I'd love to see their headstones as well. I'm not certain where they're buried, but they were living in Gloversville in 1930 (the last census they appear in). No need to go on a goose chase for them, but think of me if you ever run across them.
Thanks so much for taking time to do this service for family history buffs everywhere!
Added by D.H. on Aug 27, 2012 12:20 PM
|D.H.||Lyman Steele, Broadalbin|
I'm related to Lyman Steele in the Broadalbin cemetery that you just posted a few days ago. Thank you for taking the photo of his tombstone, since it helps answer a research mystery. My question is if you know why there's caution tape wrapped around the tombstone?
Added by D.H. on Aug 26, 2012 1:00 PM
|Jim Dayton||Transferring your Grandmother to you|
I recieved your request to update your grandma's memorial. I thought that maybe you would enjoy doing that and taking care of her memorial. I have transferred her memorial to you for the updates and her safe keeping. ENJOY. Jim