|David J. Schryver||Florence Fonda Ritton Schryver|
Mark ... FYI ... I added some photos to this memorial that you created.
memorial for Evelyn's gravestone with husband in Michigan is #107060313.
This should be made a cenotaph-see FAQ's (Memorial and no interment)
Added by Bob on Feb 11, 2015 1:59 PM
|Bob||Evelyn Henning Fonda|
[Fonda, Evelyn Henning 08-05-1901 08-07-1988 cremains, d/o Frank Henning]
Let me know which is correct.
Added by Bob on Feb 09, 2015 3:47 PM
|Gregory Chapman||Memorial# 43026251|
Eliza (Chadsey) Fonda.
Hi Mark do you know who her parenst were please?
|Jerry van Rensselaer||Connections?|
I am curious if you might be aware of any family connections.
|Basiclysue||Fonda's in Crescent Union Cemetery|
Hi Mark. I found a couple of monoliths in the above cemetery. These people were moved from Cohoes in 1890 to make a park. I have posted them in the cemetery.
|Michael Hodges||re: Medora Barrett Fonda|
I have added the photo to her memorial page. She is buried in a plot with her second husband, Benjamin Barrett. He has no page as yet. I took a photo of his headstone as well. Will you be making a page for him?
Please consider going to your "Edit" tab (on your profile page) in Findagrave and accepting the edits that I have left for you for some memorials - THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!
Added by Tom C. on May 17, 2014 8:38 AM
|jim miller||RE: Glens Falls Cemetery|
I made the correction on Thankful (Higby) Fonda, However the two Gertrude Effie Fonda memorials #91923222 and #91924393 are not mine.
|Bill Durham||RE: Henry J. Fonda, Walnut Ridge|
Remember, the information is only as good as the person giving the information. Bessie his wife gave the information for the death record. I do not know who gave the information to the engraver of the stone. I forward you the content of the death record as a help. However, I have known death records simply to be wrong. But at least you can quote the source and let others draw there own conclusions. As to dates from the 1900 census, they are at best suspect because the question of how old someone was at the time of the census and how it was interrupted by the census taker vary from who was answering the question to the census taker's understanding of the given information. Glad you enjoyed the information.
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