|Sister Sonya||George Gardner|
Thanks you for taking the time to find and photograph George's tombstone. May I have you permission to post this to my tree on Ancestry? I always cite the photographer when I know it.
|Charmaine Cave||Brown Cemetery|
Hi Carrie. I just got back from Scranton and Clarks Green. Did some research at the Historical Society and celebrated the Centennial at Clarks Green with some of my mother's cousins. Met several Clark descendants I had not met before. The festivities continue tomorrow. Anyway, I learned that a great grandmother of mine (not Clark) was buried in "Brown Hollow Cemetery". And that that cemetery is now called Brown Cemetery. At least that's one theory. Another is that it became Scott Valley Cemetery. I see that you took photos there. It was also described to me as it is in the photos. Can you tell me more about it? And also where exactly it is located?
|GenealogyBuff||RE: Lewis Mouck|
Thank you for letting me know! I hope that can be changed!
|Charmaine Cave||RE: Clark family|
Hi Carrie. Hope all is well. I am still hoping to share Clark information with you. Last weekend I met Clark Gardner in Endicott, NY. His mother Vera Clark Gardner and her brother Fred Clark both died on September 30, literally minutes apart! She was a few months shy of 100, and he was in his 90s. They are descended from Lemual Clark, a brother of our Samuel A.
Anyway, I'm ready when you are!
|Charmaine Cave||Our Clarks|
Yes, I would like to share and be shared with! I have many years of research as well. And many photos. I was hoping you were going to write that you had a photo of Samuel A and Clarrissa! Just the other day I had a hint on my ancestry.com tree that directed me to a rather large number of others' trees, one of which I believe is yours. Maybe my activity was also relayed to you. I have not added too many photos but I will be doing that soon. Out of respect for the wishes of a few remaining elders on my father's side of the family (Westbrook and Cave), my tree is not yet public; but I am more than happy to share the information relatives ask for.
|Charmaine Cave||photo of Silas and Leroy Clark|
Dear Carrie, Thank you for the photo of my dear Great Uncles Silas and LeRoy Clark. It is so charming! I have not seen it before. So, I am curious to know how you came by it...perhaps we are related. Their younger brother, Freeman, was my grandfather.
Thanks for the quick response updating Phebe Lovejoy!
Added by Lovejoy on Aug 17, 2013 9:46 PM
|Paul Staunton||1878 - Richard Stokes - Headstone|
Many thanks!! Richard was my 3rd Great Grandfather and Eliza Ann Norton (his wife) was my 3rd G-Grandmother.
Now I am wondering who Russell and William are!
|cecilia||Browns and Taylors|
Thank you so much for taking the time to locate and photograph these headstones. It is such a delight to see family headstones clear cross the country in a photo that we might never otherwise seen. Thank you so much for your time and diligence! Cecilia
Added by cecilia on Apr 30, 2013 7:13 PM
|Virginia Meadowcroft||James Walters in Scott Valley|
Thank you for posting James Walters' headstone photograph.
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