|Scott Southwick (#46930263)|
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|Steven Smith||Friends Burying Ground|
Thank you for linking the Aldrich family members' memorials in Friends Burying Ground - I appreciate your help! Best regards - Steve
|LadyGoshen||Abigail Catlin Kellogg|
thank you for the additional information.
|Jim Hughes||RE: St Mary Assumption Cemetery|
sorry Scott, my hardrive when down, lost alot of email, sent map to your private email. let me know if you are able to view
|Jim Hughes||St Mary Assumption Cemetery|
Scott, thank you for the Winters headstone phone in St Mary Leeds, I guess the snow has melted? lol :) I'm not sure if it was you that requested the 1940 name map I have of that cemetery, if so, let me know and i will try to send in jpg. thanks again
|P.K. Magruder||Daniel Stebbins & Family|
Thank you so much for the pictures and the notice so I could update the memorials. You always take such great pictures.
|karen jennings||daniel moore|
hey scott would you like me to transfer ownership to you for daniel
Thanks for the info.
Thought since you had the rest of the Moore family in Erving, I'd transfer Charles, Jr. to you.
|Ryan Amidon||Thanks for the corrections|
Hey do you know if the Charles F. Moore in Erving Cemetery, who died in the civil war is the son of the other Charles Moore? I wanted to connect them? Thanks.
You are right! Google had nothing, but this other map I found has 3 cemeteries near each other, Jones cemetery, North Orange and Tully. From the map, I know I did North Orange up there on Main Street. I remember driving straight up Wheeler Ave and at the end there was the cemetery. So I will forward this issue to FindAGrave and have them fix it.
I might just have to go up there myself tomorrow, it's the last day of my vaca, so why not? When I went there in 2003 I knew it as North Cemetery in North Orange. I started putting them online, but realized 1/2 the stones I was entering were already online under Jones Cemetery. And the cemetery's main page said it was known as both names.
I'm gonna check google maps like you said too. We'll figure this out.
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