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Barbara Eberhart (#46847128)
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William Brackett
Asa D. Hazard
If you would like me to transfer him to you I will. I am not directly related to him.
Added by William Brackett on Aug 20, 2016 3:06 AM
Frederick Porter
RE: Will Hazzard
Hi Barbara,

I found these new Hazards on Billion Graves, also a listing in the same cemetery for Sylvia, probably a child and no dates, but buried with the other Hazards. There is another William Hazard born about 1820 living very near "our" William, and kind of confused me while searching. He is listed as a resident of Gaines, NY, just a couple of miles away in Orleans county. You can see Orleans county from the cemetery so lots of folks not from Hamlin are also buried at Lakeside. I know I must have photographed the Hazard children's stones because I did post the stones in the background, and I have Bailey relatives buried right next to them. The children are not near James and Henrietta or Hazel Hazard Dickerson, but are not too far from Elizabeth Hall Hazard's parents. I wonder if "our" William's uncle may have settled in Hamlin first which is why William came there in the first place, and the "Gaines William" is a cousin?

Please let me know if you find anything else- I'll try to get back to Hamlin for more investigations when the weather cools a bit, it is supposed to be 95 today!

Fred
Added by Frederick Porter on Jul 13, 2016 6:18 AM
Frederick Porter
RE: Will Hazzard
Hi Barbara,

I think you are correct about the place of birth and I didn't change the memorial. Obituaries, especially for older folks, rely on sometimes pretty faulty memory. I'd guess he told his family tales of where he grew up, not necessarily the place he was born and moved away from as an infant. I grew up very near this cemetery, which is on Moscow Rd, or the Moscow district referred to in the obit, originally swampland close to lake Ontario and settled much later than other parts of western NY. Eventually it became very productive land for fruit orchards, the closeness to the lake creating a more moderate micro climate, though somewhat infamous for the snowfall!

Fred
Added by Frederick Porter on Jul 11, 2016 11:44 AM
Frederick Porter
RE: Will Hazzard
Hi Barbara,

I found William's obit, which I have posted to his memorial. "Kenyon" was one of the three old cemeteries that merged to become Lakeside, the names are interchangeable. Any idea who the "son out west" is?

Here is the obit
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle , April 19, 1897

William Hazard, an old and respected resident of
Hamlin, died Thursday night with diabetes. The funeral was held yesterday with services by Rev. R. L. Brettle of the Methodist Church, Hamlin, and
interment was in Kenyon cemetery, of which be had been superintendent
for many years. He was born at Marshall, Oneida county, N. Y., and was 78
years old. In 1842 he moved into the Moscow district where he had lived ever since. At that time it was an unbroken wilderness with droves of wild hogs roaming around. Of all the pioneers in that district, the only one now left is Arba S. Morey, who is 84 years old. Deceased leaves one son, James Hazard, living at home, and another son in the west.

Have a great day,
Fred
Added by Frederick Porter on Jul 10, 2016 12:21 PM
Frederick Porter
Will Hazzard
Hi Barbara,

Thanks for the edits for William Find A Grave Memorial# 130865599, I have corrected his place of birth. The spelling of his last name comes from an old DAR stone reading from the 1940's, I photographed all the legible stones at Lakeside and I didn't find one for William. There is lots of "room" around James' stone, so that is likely where he is buried. I remember seeing a brief Obit that spelled his name with 2 "Z"'s as well, but it is probably spelled "Hazard".

Thanks for the extra information,

Fred
Added by Frederick Porter on Jul 08, 2016 8:51 AM
Storres Myers
Mildred Eberhart Shilling Edits
Barbara,

Thank you for the information. The memorial you sent me is a duplicate, Find A Grave Memorial# 124358184. I changed it to your memorial, Find A Grave Memorial# 138995351. Hopefully you can convince the owner of the other memorial to delete it. I found a death certificate and sent edits before I found your memorial. Do you want me to transfer Mildred's memorial to you?--Storres
Added by Storres Myers on May 22, 2016 7:37 PM
Kelsey
RE: Harriet Russell
I believe I will have lots of questions for you! I just need to get the sources I've found for Harriet gathered and organized so I can see what information I'm missing...and ask you intelligent questions. :)

Thanks so much for your help!!!
Added by Kelsey on Jan 25, 2016 9:27 PM
Kelsey
RE: Harriet Russell
Marion was a son of Harriet and Nelson Smith?

Riley Wilson (son of Harriet & John William Wilson) is my great, great grandfather.

I think this means that we are cousins! Perhaps half-cousins, 3x removed? Or something like that. :) This is wonderful!

I had no idea that Harriet was married more than once, let alone had more children!

Thank you, so much! I am sure I will have lots of questions for you, as I am just beginning my research on Harriet! :)
Added by Kelsey on Jan 09, 2016 11:52 AM
Kelsey
Harriet Russell
Oops, I found it! :)

It looks like Harriet is widowed in 1880 and living in Lawrence, Van Buren.

Thanks!
Added by Kelsey on Jan 03, 2016 10:13 PM
Kelsey
Harriet Russell
Hello,

I am researching Harriet Russell (22641856), who is my 3x great grandmother.

In the bio on her memorial page, it is mentioned that she is listed in the 1880s census with her second husband (Henry) Nelson Smith.

I have searched and searched for this census record but I cannot find it. Do you happen to have access and a link to this census?

Thanks!!!
Added by Kelsey on Jan 03, 2016 9:36 PM
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