|Marsha Redden (#19682360)|
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|Got interested in this in trying to research our family tree after my Dad died and found out no one knew too much about my father's mother's side. Now I find I spend most of my spare time tromping around Western NY cemeteries, looking for my ancestors, REDDEN, GRIFFEN, WOLCOTT,KEENAN, KING, DURFEE, HAND, BROOKS, ALLEN and HARVEY. |
If I've entered someone in your family I would be glad to add info or transfer them to you. If you request a transfer please state your relationship to the deceased. And please excuse any errors I may have made and contact me for a correction. Be sure to put FAG in the subject line so I don't delete your e-mail.Hope I can help someone.
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Thank you for the edits for Richard Rodgers. I'm about to accept them, but didn't want to lose the link to you. By any chance are you related to Richard? I am not, and would be more than happy to see him with family or friends, even outside the F-a-G transfer guidelines. If you'd like his and his wife's memorials, please let me know. Otherwise, I'm happy to make any corrections or additions for you.
Added by Kathy on Oct 04, 2015 3:46 PM
|Dan Collins||RE: Ruth Austin Wellman|
Thanks for all your work in the cemeteries, your dedication has been very, very valuable! My 2nd Great Grand Aunt Winifred Wellman McKeever (1878-1977) spent a lot of her time and energy documenting cemeteries, too, and I discovered some of her work on-line!
Thank you, again!
|Sean Lux||Fran Striker|
Hello, I wanted to say that you should add one of those "famous" ratings to the page you created for the person mentioned above.
Added by Sean Lux on Sep 08, 2015 3:58 AM
|Thomas Vought||John Brooks (1811-1891)|
John Brooks (1811-1891) is listed in two cemeteries, Saint Aloysius Roman Catholic Cemetery (Memorial# 15549720) and in Maplewood Cemetery (Memorial# 6448946) both in Springville, Erie County.
You have either posted one of the memorials, or added a photo to one of memorials, and I know it's been a long time, but can you double check and maybe clear up the situation?
Thanks for any help,
|Dan Collins||RE: Ruth Austin Wellman|
Thank you so much for all of your painstaking efforts! Being in Lowell, MA these days, it isn't easy to get around to Pavilion, NY do the work you've done, so thank you once again!
|Robert H. Jerge, Jr||Find a Grave|
Marsha, I submit the following for your consideration: I’m deducing the dates provided from the head stones. ‘Baby Son Hall’ died 15 Feb 1850. Charles and Charlie Hall were born 1864 and 1861 respectively. ‘Hall Son” was born 1850 and died 14 Feb 1850 and could not be the son of either Charles or Charlie. Stanley Hall was born 26 April 1850 and is the son of Lorenzo and Caroline Hall. So, the two infant Hall sons belong to Lorenzo and Caroline as well as Stanley. I further deduce, as many may already have, that the three boys are triplets and where born perhaps on the same day, 26 April 1850.
|Patricia||We share a g-grandfather!|
I am so amazed - who knew all those years ago at old ACS we had a common ancestor??
Added by Patricia on Sep 28, 2013 11:02 AM
|Norman Weaver||RE: Norman Durfee|
Yes, he is my biological grandfather. My mother was seven when he died and was not allowed to go to the funeral out of concern for her well being. She had told me I am named after him, Norman Russell. She remembered that he lived for about 24 hours after the accident but not much else. She tried to find where he was buried much later in her life but was not so lucky. Can I assume that you have done/are doing/ the genealogy for your family?
|Paul Murphy||RE: April Stocker|
I don't remember if I ever sent you a reply or not, but on this, the 22nd anniversary of her leaving this earth, I can only tell you how special your daughter was, and how she made the world a better place. We worked together @ Wendy's while she was at UNC-Asheville. I only knew her a short while, but she really was special...I only wish that I had gotten to know her better. A few years ago I purchased an old yearbook from her high school from ebay so to have a picture of her...and there are times that I have difficult days or can't seem to get it together, I think of her and what she would do, and somehow things just work out. I wished that I could have gotten to know her more, because she left her mark on me for the rest of my life. You raised a wonderful daughter...always remember that! If you ever need to reach me, please write...email@example.com. Take care, and Happy Belated Mother's Day!!!
|Daryl VerStreate||RE: Parker Cemetery|
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