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I have enjoyed genealogy for many years; very addictive. This web site is wonderful for a research tool. It is getting better all the time as people add more and more graves and the notes attached are very helpful. My main research is the Bucklands and Wingards but of course, this goes off onto many other branches.|
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|CroBear||Andrew Hays Granby Cemetery|
I just added a photo for this and noticed a problem. Unfortunately this appears to be a duplicate of another page for Andrew HAYS (spelling per his gravestone).
Added by CroBear on Jul 11, 2014 9:06 AM
|Nancy M. Gandy||Bell family|
Thank you for the transfer of the Bell's. Now they will be reunited with their family again. Thanks for the work you do which helps so many. THANKS ADDIE
|Virginia Combs||William Brayton|
The above is a link to the family tree for William Brayton. At last we know that this is the correct William Brayton to link to Mary A. Underhill, his first wife. She is 74949599. Could you please link them?
I was surprised to see his connection to Moses Harris who was quite famous in this area as he moved into Queensbury and he and his family occupied an area that is still referred to as Harrisena.
Isn't genealogy great?!
Thanks for your help!
|Virginia Combs||Robert L. Mosher|
"Could you please add to the bio that Robert Lindley Mosher was the son of Benjamin S. Mosher and Lydia Maria Knowles. Benjamin was born 28 Feb 1811 in Chester, Orange Co., NY and died in Queensbury in Apr. 1891. His burial location is unknown. Benjamin married Lydia Maria Knowles, daughter of Robert Lindley Knowles and Phebe Douglas Austin. Maria Lydia's burial location is also unknown.
Addie, could you please take my name off this and just simply start with "Robert Lindley Mosher was the son of...."
Also, I discovered that Benjamin was probably born in Chestertown, so I think we should simply state that he was born 28 Feb 1811...I know that he died in Queensbury, so that part's ok.
|Mike S||Stoughton family|
You're very welcome! FYI, I added a couple other Stoughton photos from that plot, eg, his parents. Also filled in some plot locations and GPS coordinates.
Added by Mike S on Jun 23, 2014 7:34 PM
|Virginia Combs||Daniel W. Bucklin 81123713|
Addie, could you please link Daniel to his father David, #130896686 and his mother Abigail Waldo, #130896772?
|Virginia Combs||Mary A. Underhill|
I just discovered that there are two William Brayton's in the Kingsbury Cemetery. Could you please update this memorial to include Mary's middle initial?
Also, could you please link her to her parents,
Augustine Underhill b 1770 Find A Grave#131175975
Desiah Cushman Underhill Find A Grave#131176115
|Ruth Smith||RE: Melvin Deneke|
you are welcome - did you notice the other family members? Finally a day without rain here in Cape. Ruth
Thanks much for the transfer of my Greene family members.
|Donna Blair||RE: 65457052|
Thanks Addie! The confusion must all be because Lewis J.'s brother Lorenzo M. ALSO married a "Mary A."! Lorenzo's wife's memorial is listed as Mary A. Daniels. The other memorial was for a Mary Ann Daniels. Both memorials said they were the wife of Lorenzo and both had dates unknown. I sure did a lot of head-scratching while searching Ancestry.com, until I figured out which was which. Your note about Chauncey Hayes was the tipoff. Once I found the records matching him up with a Mary Ann (Cooley), more records kept falling into place. I've sent more edits & family links out late last night on the others, so hopefully when that info appears, it won't be so confusing. Phew!, huh? Thanks, again!
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