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Bill Hazard (#47105380)
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I've always been fascinated with history and with genealogy. I'm currently trying to update the records of graves in Hillside Cemetery near my home in Saguache, Colorado. This includes adding historical and biographical information that I may locate. The town is one of many small, dying towns in the country, but it has a fascinating early history.

I will gladly transfer memorials to immediate family members, following the guidelines of Find-a-Grave.com. Just click on "Edit" on the memorial page, then click where it says to suggest a correction to the memorial.
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Paul R
RE: Edward P. Hazard, Jr. gravestone photo
Bill,

It has been two years since I visited McKeeby. If I remember the correct cemetery, it is not readily visible from the road because it is up a slight incline. I have submitted the location of the cemetery to FindAGrave so a map should be added to its page in the near future. If you have a smart phone, there is a FindAGrave app you can download (free) that has a map function that you can use to find the cemetery easily.

The Quaker Chuchyard is just outside the town (village?) limits. On the cemeteries page you can see where the cemetery is located and the Friendsville town limits.

Paul
Added by Paul R on May 05, 2015 4:38 AM
Paul R
RE: Edward P. Hazard, Jr. gravestone photo
Bill,

If you are talking about the Edward in McKeeby Cemetery, he is about 12 miles from Friendsville. I have a map showing the cemeteries in Susquehanna County. You can see McKeesby and it shows that Friendsville is about 12 miles north west of it.

Regards,
Paul
Added by Paul R on May 04, 2015 4:44 PM
neenee379
Brown Family
Hi Bill,

No problem with the edits. I'm connected to Florence (Marlatt) Brown through her mother's side.

Renee
Added by neenee379 on Mar 05, 2015 11:09 PM
Patricia McLellan
RE: Middle and maiden names for Sarah Cornish
Bill,

First I should make a correction to the info I gave ... Abraham Loami Cornish was John Jay's brother ... not Jacob's brother. I got carried away with all those "J's".
As for the Hazard's in my tree ... I have John Hazard married to Lydia Blackwell, daughter of Col Jacob Blackwell (1717-1780) and Lydia Hallett (1731-1812). I am trying to find John's parents.
Next is Nathaniel Hazard born 1765, married Elizabeth Drummond. Their daughter Elizabeth (1743-1814) married Joseph Hallett III (1731-1799).
Then there is William Hazard who married Lucretia Holmes.
I am definitely curious of the Hazard Clan as they seem to have married into (or their descendants married into) the Hallett family. WIlliam Hallett and Elizabeth Fones Winthrop Feake Hallett were my 8x great grandparents.

Cheers!
Added by Patricia McLellan on Feb 17, 2015 9:27 PM
Patricia McLellan
RE: Middle and maiden names for Sarah Cornish
Hi Bill,

Thank you for your reply. All I can cite is our Cornish family history which cites the following:

Sarah Jane Bowne (1824-1899) was the daughter of William F Bowne (1798-?) and Martia (mnu) (1796-1871).

Sarah's brother was Walter S Bowne (1821-1900) married to Phebe Avery.

Sarah married John Jay Cornish Jun 13 1827.

John Jay was the son of Jacob Miller Cornish (1791-1852) and Susan Williams Patrick (1796-1862).

Jacob and Susan were my paternal great, great, great grandparents.

Jacob's brother, Abraham Loami Cornish (1835-1904)married Ellen Sophia Bailey (1839-1899) ... and they were my great great grandparents.

I have Jay's brothers' and sisters' information as well, if you would be interested.

P.S. I have a couple 'Hazard folks' in my tree as well.

Kind Regards,

Trish
Added by Patricia McLellan on Feb 17, 2015 5:43 PM
Dorothy J. Shadwell Wheatley
Collins
I just deleted my memorial for Nick. Sorry for the duplicate, and then asking for a transfer. God bless you.
Added by Dorothy J. Shadwell Whe... on Jan 07, 2015 11:29 PM
Dorothy J. Shadwell Wheatley
RE: Collins
He was such a neat youngster when I knew him around 10 or 11 years old. You were very lucky to have known him as a young man. Thank you, and I will see if I can figure a way to transfer the memorial to you.
Added by Dorothy J. Shadwell Whe... on Jan 05, 2015 6:40 PM
Dorothy J. Shadwell Wheatley
Collins
Bill,I just now saw that Nick had passed away, and without looking I entered his obituary on Find A Grave. I knew his mom and his grandparents were my neighbors in Salida. Nick was just a youngster then. I am sorry that I entered a memorial for him. My question is would you please transfer his memorial to me. Thank you.
Added by Dorothy J. Shadwell Whe... on Jan 05, 2015 10:40 AM
Rita McDermott
Klein
Thanks for the info. My family has a ranch on the Cochetopa, Harold Kreuger was my dad. I remember him talking about the Hazard family just wondered it you are from the same family?
Added by Rita McDermott on Jun 23, 2014 2:15 PM
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Edith Catherine Jones Woodard
Thank you for adding the explanations for no marker. Thanks for creating the memorial and maintaining it. May you be blessed for blessing others.
Added by Eva Pippin Flowers on Apr 16, 2014 12:00 PM
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