|Nikita Barlow (#46508077)|
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A Find-a-Graver since the site's origins as the hit for notable graves--not genealogy--I do "Famous" bios, and photograph/write about old gravestones, cemeteries, and the people interred within for the general reader. Will cheerfully answer queries, make corrections, add data to the "Family Links" section, and include other relevant info ASAP. Please no requests to insert multiple hyperlinks in the narrative part of the bio or to transfer pre-1900 burials. Find-a-Grave members can always include any grave listed on the website in an ancestral or other type of grouping by using the "Virtual Cemetery" feature. If you wish to quote me or use my photos, please contact me; attribution for written pieces is "by Nikita Barlow, for Findagrave", and for photographs, "Photo by Nikita Barlow". Thanks for your cooperation, and happy graving!
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|NJ Family Roots||RE: Edward Struck & children|
Hello Nikita, Thanks for your quick reply. I did contact the cemetery before I asked as I would like to go to the grave of my ggg grandfather. But the problem is the office has not record of this burial.
As with you I found documentation in the newspaper that they were buried in the "Trinity" Cemetery.
|NJ Family Roots||Edward Struck|
Hello, Edward Struck is my ggg grandfather. I am wondering where you got information that he and the children are buried in this cemetery. I am trying to locate their graves
|Cheryl Senescall||Samuel Conduit|
Thanks for getting back to me. I know what you mean about the spelling. It just makes it hard when adding family members, because everyone is adding them into different spellings. I'm also a Find A Grave volunteer in ND so I know what a mess some of these cemeteries can be. I know that people don't always enter things on purpose, I just wish they would search the cemeteries a little better before entering grave sites.
|Steven Matthew Hahn||RE: Mary, Sarah, & John Ogden|
The inscription is found on page 56 of "The Ogden family in America, Elizabethtown branch, and their English ancestry; John Ogden, the Pilgrim, and his descendants, 1640-1906"
|Marita Gladson||RE: Harriet Beecher Stowe|
|Marita Gladson||Harriett Beecher Stowe|
Her Find A Grave Memorial # 992. There are two dates given for the death of her husband.
|Pete Witze||Find A Grave Memorial# 58148862|
The information you have posted regarding Ethel O. Howard Smith in Lake View Cemetery, Skineateles, NY, is incorrect. The following is from the Lake View Cemetery records found at
Ethel O. Smith is Ethel Ostrander, dau. of Welton Ostrander and Sarah Avery. She married Burnett Smith 29 Mar 1902. Celestia is their daughter, born 24 Jun 1909. Ethel was born 24 Sep 1880 in Syracuse. Burnett was born 28 Jun 1877 in NY.
|Diane Gravlee||RE: Mary Lindsly; Ruth & Matthew Williams|
Thanks for your explanations. The results are fine with me. You may want to put the explanation in the bio box for Mary Lindsly like you did for Ruth Williams just so you don't get others sending you the same changes I sent. Diane
|Sheila Hewitt||RE: Nicholas Stansell #54717899|
Thank you, yes, I didn't mean to create a duplicate. I have deleted it. But I noticed that you don't have the day of his death, so I submitted an edit to your memorial. Thanks again, Sheila
Oh, yeah, I meant that for his father.
I have sucessfully "deflowered" John Burrowes,Jr.! I did not know we could do that.
Added by Linda on Sep 23, 2014 4:21 PM
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