|Grave Matters (#47387700)|
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I upload pictures of the cemeteries in general to a facebook community page: https://www.facebook.com/gravematters73|
If I add photos to graves that were already photographed, I do not mean to be obnoxious: I took a lot of these photos on random stops or specific missions and simply wish to share them, even if in many cases the earlier photos are of better quality.
If I have made any mistakes, PLEASE tell me so I may correct them. Thank you.
Surnames include: Baldwin, Barrett, Blair, Broderick (Brodrick), Burris, Corson, Crawford, Cross, Crow, Davies, Drake, Fitzgerald, Ganung, Goltry, Hall, Harvey, Lang, Mills, Northrup, Ostrander, Reed, Rice, Robertson, Roloson, Shoemaker, Spicer, Stone, Tschudi, Vananda, Weller and Williamson
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|Catherine LeBar Hamon||Headstone Photos|
First let me thank you for all the work you have done and are doing. I looked at your facebook page and am thankful for the restoration of the cemeteries.
My family is from Pennsylvania and I have found headstones that you have taken pictures of and posted. I would very much appreciate being able to use them in my ancestry. Would you be so kind as to allow me to use them and I will be more than happy to give you credit in the description.
Thank you for your consideration.
Cathy LeBar Hamon
|Tom and Bonnie Lee James||Lapp Link|
Jeff- Thank you for all you have done, it is greatly appreciated. I was wondering if you could link my great aunt to her parents for me.
Ruth James Lapp # 63519615
Parents are father Evan Thomas James # 60950790
Mother Maria Celia Davis James # 60950810
Thank you so much for your help and time.
Thomas M. James Jr. # 48982887
|Paul Hutchins||Danforth Newton Barney|
The Barney tomb in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery always fascinated me as a frequent visitor. I left a message on the Find A Grave site you might like. Who else is buried in there? His wife? I do know there is a connection in marriage to the Gurnee tomb next door. I saw a "Sturgis Newcomb Barney" but I don't know if anyone was ever buried in ther
|lfritts9||Hi from a distant cousin|
I just wanted to say hi and thanks for all the great work you have done here. I think I met you one day at a Swackhammer event . . . I noticed that you have posted some photos for the Weller folks in Stewartsville ... will you be at 12/13 clean up event?
Added by lfritts9 on Dec 10, 2015 6:11 PM
You may recognize me from over on facebook "Minisink Valley Genealogy," I'm trying to trace a tombstone cutter who worked about 1825 - 1838. I've just published an article with photos of his work http://minisinkvalleygenealogy.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-neoclassical-tombstone-art-of.html
If you happen to see any tombstones with the same style of carving please do let me know.
Added by ATJ on Jan 11, 2015 12:31 PM
|jeff cox||RE: Swackhammer Cemetery|
Thanks for the links. I "friended" the one page. Will you be posting cleanup days? Not sure if I would ever be able to get up there in help but if I do, I would be happy to make the drive up. You can see so much more now.... - Jeff
Added by jeff cox on Apr 19, 2013 3:37 PM
|jeff cox||Swackhammer Cemetery|
Thanks for posting the picture for Elizabeth Slater. She is my 2nd-great grandmother. I looked around the cemetery a few years back but only found a few stones. It was very overgrown at the time. - Jeff
Added by jeff cox on Apr 18, 2013 3:35 PM