I live in Western New York.I have been researching my ancestors for several years. I became interested in Find A Grave while searching for my family's final resting places. I enjoy photographing cemeteries to record the information before it is lost to time. I especially enjoy connecting people with their families.I will be happy to transfer a memorial I have created to a family member.
Richard P. & Neva Wittie plus Steven & Mark Thank you for the time and effort you spent getting the pictures of these headstones for me. I greatly appreciate your work. I hope you don't mind if I use these in my genealogy work. Happy Independence Day, Anna Rowe Love
Hi Donna, thank you for your reply. Your message raised some questions for clarity, however, and I was wondering if you would kindly elaborate on it for me? I do not wish to try to guess what you meant or make any assumptions.
"RE: Israel Mead, Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellsville, Allegany County, N.Y., Plot A68 Hi Steven, I was at the cemetery cemetery today and could not locate any indication of military service. Sorry. Donna"
1.) Did you go to Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellsville, Allegany County, N.Y., and go to Israel's grave at plot A-68?
2.) Did you examine both gravestones, including the individual marker for Israel Mead as well as the family monument?
3.) Were you looking for an inscription with the following wording: "Co E 169th Inf Reg NY"? The Find A Grave memorial for Israel says that this inscription is there:
RE: William Allen Greenwood Cemetery Donna thanks for the offer however I generally have other things that I am doing. I can say however that a lot of my Allen kin are in this cemetery - my grandparents (Wm. D & Marguerite Allen) I use to hang around the WU town clerks office. My married name then was Cwiklinski.