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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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|Edward L Strother||Moore family|
Are you aware that your memorials 48516014 and 48516524 are duplicated in Find A Grave with memorials 13965883 and 13965897. I am searching the Moore family and want to be sure that I get the correct facts. I am certain that these people are not buried in two different cemeteries. Can you help me?
|Ellen M. Murphy||RE: Old St. Mary's--William Welch 1829-1916|
Thanks Addie. I appreciate the response nonetheless.
|Ellen M. Murphy||Old St. Mary's--William Welch 1829-1916|
I'm wondering where in Old St. Mary's William Welch's stone was found (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49624581&ref=acom) William is my great great grandfather. I contacted Holy Family Church in Little Falls--they have the cemetery's register, and the historian told me that he found no record for William. He said if I could locate the stone and tell him where it was, he could try to find that plot in the registry and tell me the history of the plot (who purchased it and who else is buried there). I went walking through the cemetery, and though I was able to locate some family members, I was not able to locate his stone. I'm hoping that I can find the plot so that I can also locate information regarding some of his children and his wife. Thanks in advance for any information you might be able to provide. Best regards, Ellen
|Janet Muff||Lafayette Wood|
Thank you for the edit linking Fanny Lewis with her second husband LaFayette Lewis. Because you identified him as her first husband, however, I'm going to decline the edit and do it manually so as to keep her husband's in order. He was her second husband.
|Sandie Cassiday||Patrick & Sylvia Kilmartin|
Thanks for the info on their burial. I have deleted the memorials I established.
Just looking Lawrence Morton is my grandpa, just trying to catch up. Thanks Loretta
|Loretta Beckerink||RE: Philip Sheridan Morton|
Thank you, have gone in and added his sister. Really appreciate this.
|Loretta Beckerink||Philip Sheridan Morton|
142760070, he is my great grandfather and was checking to see if I could manage his page, thank you Loretta Morton Beckerink
|Ben & Diane||RE: Northville Cemetery|
I see what you're saying now.
Yes, that "new" cemetery is a duplicate of the one that's already been established. However, the old one shows Northampton as the address and not Northville (probably adding even more confusion).
We will write to Find A Grave asking them to consolidate the memorials and clarify the cemetery information.
Thanks for letting us know!
Ben & Diane
|Ben & Diane||RE: Northville Cemetery|
Hi Addie -
There are three cemeteries in the area that cause confusion. We've spent many hours online and in the cemeteries and believe we have it figured out.
Northville has two main cemeteries. What's commonly referred to as "Northville Cemetery" is the Main Street location (where you did move the Albros). There is also a "Prospect Hill" - which is usually indicated this way.
To complicate things further, there is a Prospect Hill in Gloversville. Often the Gloversville paper will refer to Prospect Hill without the city named.
We believe the relocation you just made is correct. When we get back to Northville Main Street we will try to find and get a picture of all the Albro stones.
Thanks for all your work.
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