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I am a life time member of Painted Hills Genealogy Society http://www.paintedhills.org/ |
They provided inscriptions for the cemeteries in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Allegany & Steuben counties in NY and McKean and Potter counties in PA. The members spent countless hours walking & compiling these records.
A member of the Highlands County Genealogy Society (FL)that maintains a web site with cemeteries listing for the county.
To calculate birth dates from death and age go to
PLEASE USE THE EDIT BUTTON ON THE MEMOMORIAL if you have corrections or documented additions. I will add the additions as time permits. I will transfer memorials that are not my direct ancestors or close relatives,if you use the EDIT button and state HOW YOU ARE RELATED.
If you leave a message and want an answer, you MUST have an email address listed on your contributor page.
****If you volunteer on this website and decide you no longer want to maintain the records please transfer your records to someone who has an active account and willing to take over the records. I am one of many willing to take over records. This really will help reduce duplicates. It would also be a good idea to leave someone instructions on how to do make these transfers should you go inactive without warning.***** Thank You (Borrowed from another FAG Contributor)
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|ol'mom||Ralph L. Seybert|
Hi! While researching I found there were two memorials for Ralph. I contacted the Ingomar United Methodist Cemetery and found they have records of purchase for lots, burial records, etc. for Ralph in that cemetery along with records for the burial of his first wife Mary. He married his 2nd wife Lillian on Aug 16, 1941 after Mary's death. Whatever marker you have in your cemetery is probably a cenotaph. Please remove the memorial listing for him. Lillian's memorial should stay of course. You can link her with him at the Ingomar Cemetery, # 23265818. Thanks. Donna
Added by ol'mom on Aug 31, 2015 10:00 AM
Ok, and his name is Otto A. Peck (8/25/1905-1/8/1993) and he died in Sebring, FL. He was my 1st cousin 2x removed's husband. Hope they still have his obituary.
Added by Dstmnstr on Aug 23, 2015 4:34 AM
|Paulette Crawford||Rev. Joseph W. Hoyt|
I found Rev. Joseph W. Hoyt on Find A Grave, and was thrilled to see photos of him there. He is my maternal 2nd great-grandfather through my grandmother, Nellie Hoyt Wilder. I have photos of their son John E.W. Hoyt(Nellie's father)and most of his siblings, but had never seen any of his parents. My question to you is, could I use these images on my Ancestry.com family tree? I don't know if there would be any copyright issues, but I have no intention of publishing them, and only want them for my use on my tree.
I thank-you for your time and for considering my request.
|Shannah Twiss||RE: TWISS family in Killarney, Ireland|
Please, pass on my name and addy, if anyone else enquires? Shannah TWISS email@example.com Canada Thank you. Shannah
|Peter F.||RE: Genevieve Gormley|
When you have a chance is fine, and I really appreciate your help! I've been working on this line of my family tree and have a lot to keep me busy.
Thanks for your help!
Added by Peter F. on Nov 05, 2013 4:02 PM
Thank you very much...she may have passed recently. Would very much appreciate it. tks
|WNY Chappy||RE: Barton Cemetery|
Unfortunately, Barton Cemetery no longer exists. It is a disappeared/destroyed cemetery. The stones for Zenas & Marilla Barton and Perry Killburn were read by a historian some 20 years ago. Those stones went missing at some point since then. Most likely there was once more stones there but they slowly disappeared over the decades.
|Megan Heyl||Rose Stoddard|
We were able to locate your request for Rosa Stoddard.
I put in the note what was written on the stone/marker.
I was also able to acquire info on 2 of her husbands.
It was a pleasure finding your family.
|Dennis R. Davis||Jedediah Shaver|
I transfered over to your care, the memorial of Jedediah Shaver in both locations. He was first buried in the Bailey Cemetery then exhumed and reburied in the Drake Cemetery. These two cemeteries are only about 1 mile from each other. The Drake Cemetery gets some care but not much. The Bailey Cemetery is all overgrown and is all but forgotten. Jedediah was reburied in the Drake Cemetery in 1959.
|Ted K||Truman Thomas|
Hi Sue - As far as I know, the info is from cemetery records. Unfortunately, I've never been to the Miller Station Cemetery. I grew up in that part of the country, but now reside in Brooklyn, NY. If you would like me to delete any of my Find-A-Grave entries so you can add them yourself, feel free to let me know. Best regards, Ted
Added by Ted K on Aug 24, 2008 4:31 PM
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