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|If you see an ancestor to you that I have uploaded, please request a transfer. I am happy to do so, even if it falls outside of the Findagrave guidelines. I have tried to help others find their ancestors as others have helped me. |
Always eager to meet a new cousin along the way too. If you share an ancestor with me, I'd love to hear from you and trade info / pictures / whatever I have. Will take what ever you have.
You are entitled to use any photo I have posted. I took them so others could see the gravestones of their ancestors and families. If you happen to get rich publishing some of my photos of gravestones please share a percentage with me. You are entitled to use any photo of a person I have posted, We have a wonderful family treasure of photos. I am always curious if others have ones I don't have of my family members.
If you have a picture of a family member of mine please be sure to contact me, I'd love to see it.
If you are doing research on your ancestors in Onondaga County I suggest the following links.
A searchable index of Newspaper articles from the 1790's to modern day for the state of New York.
A searchable index of Northern New York county newspapers.
A searchable index of Rochester Area newspapers
Search for "Onondaga" to bring up
History of Onondaga County (900+ pages of images of prominent Onondaga County settlers and genealogical information)
Onondaga's Centennial (two volumes of pictures and genealogical information)
Pioneer Irish of Onondaga (Genealogical data about the Irish settlers of Onondaga County)
Revolutionary soldiers resident or dying in Onondaga County, N.Y (which I used for my virtual cemetery of Rev War Solider)
Geschichte der Deutschen in Syracuse und Onondaga County (hope your German is good)
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|Sharyl Heber||RE: Thank you!|
Well if I can be of any help to you please let me know. There could possibly be more info in my Heber-Jahne public member tree on A.com. Sher
|Sharyl Heber||Thank you!|
Ben, I'm so appreciative of your generosity of spirit in sharing info. I love that we have multiple common lines! Sharyl Heber
Thank you for all the family informtion you have shared!
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|Cathy Smith||RE: Lee Family|
Thanks for the information!! :)
|Cathy Smith||Lee Family|
My Grandmother was Julia Olive Lee from Syracuse, New York. Her Father was Frank Lee and his wife was Harriett Electa Taylor Lee, here is the number, Find A Grave Memorial# 66239715.
I am looking to find out where the Lees and Taylors originated. Thanks for any help you can give me! Cathy
|M N Martin||RE: Guilfoyle|
I am inquiring about Kate Cox Guilfoyle. The stone in the background indicates Geagen. Is there a connection? Is she a relative of yours? Thanks for your help.
|M N Martin||Guilfoyle|
Are you a relation to the Guilfoyle family or have you posted info on them? MM
|Jay Wright||RE: Sulivan Whitney|
No thanks, B, I'm not related, but I appreciate the thought. I'm a descendant of Rev War soldier Isaac Clute, who is also buried in Oswego Bitter Cemetery, and, while "visiting" the cemetery on F.A.G., I had just noticed I might be able to help with linking and/or add a missing detail or two.
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Dr, Elisha Chapman|
Thank you so very much for your kindness in the transfer of Elisha to me. I appreciate it immensely. I will take good care of the memorial.
|Our Family History||Richard Sears portrait|
I found this picture at this site and you will find so interesting information on his wife Dorothy. http://www.wheelerfolk.org/keithgen/d997.htm#P2770
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