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Recently retired. Love to fish, especially warmwater, freshwater gamefish species. Used to ice fish, but need a warmer non-summer activity. Thought Find-A-Grave might fit that opening, at least through the transition months. Both activities center around the central western portion of the Finger Lakes Region in Western New York. In 2010, caught and released a 20 1/2 inch largemouth in Honeoye, a 20 1/4 inch largemouth in Canandaigua, a 21 inch smallmouth in Keuka, a 40 1/4 inch northern in Keuka, and a 27 inch chain pickerel in Canandaigua. You've got to love the beauty of the hills, the richness of the farm lands, the water resources, and the history of the Finger Lakes and it's inhabitants.|
1.) Bath National Cemetery, Steuben Co., NY
The VA Nationwide Gravesite Locator is an additional tool to search Bath National and other sites, as well as performing nation wide searches. The Bath National Section Map is also a handy local site tool.
2.) New Number Nine Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY.
3.) Sand Hill Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY
Memorial for Caretaker of Sand Hill Cemetery for 60 Years: Clarence G. Smith. Flowers and Tokens Welcome.
4.) Whitney Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY
5.) Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua, NY
6.) Gorham Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY.
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|Pennsylvania Lady||John M Berwald|
Thanks for the photos. You did a great job.
|Erik Laurila||photo request|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Daniel Studley at Bath National Cemetery. He is my 1st cousin five times removed. He and his younger brother both served in the Civil War (for different regiments).
Wonderful to see the flags on the graves for Memorial Day weekend.
|DeWitt Cosman||Memorial 336741|
Thank you for the pictures of Robert Bathrick's Tombstone. Arriving in my e-mail this Memorial weekend is a nice remembrance.
Thank you for your service.
Leave some fish for the rest of us.
|Betty Silvia||RE: Bruce Crossman|
I'm fairly new to family genealogy, but I've come across a fine lady who has done a lifetime of work researching her Crossman relatives. She is very active, and proud of her work, as well she should be. I forwarded this Find A Grave memorial link to her. She will be pleased to see him remembered.
Irene Boyd's Genealogy of the Crossman Family includes this story.
"Bruce Crossman served in the Civil War. Enlised as Pvt. Aug 6, 1862, age 18, enlisted Aug 24, 1862 in Company K 128th Regt. New York Volunteers, enlisted at Hudson, NY; Mustered out Jun 8, 1865; Original data: National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online http://www.nps.gov/civilwar/soldiers-and-sailors-database.htm"
Thanks again - your photos are perfect and bring honor and remembrance to our ancestors.
|martinbmac||Robert G Robertson|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Robert's grave. Very much appreciated. Do you mind if I use the photo for my family tree?
|Betty Silvia||Bruce Crossman|
Excellent photo! Thank-you very much!
Thank you so much. This connects the family.
|Jon Sterling||Joseph H. Bishop|
Thank you for the photo of Joseph's grave stone.
|Albert Steinhauer||Arthur H Coonquist|
thanks so much for the grave photo
|Frank Zwolinski||RE: Albert Cornish|
Thank you Charles.
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