|Marty in Goshen NY (#46906895)|
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|I have only been interested in genealogy since 1993, shortly after I retired.|
You can use any of my photos - you do not need to ask permission to do so.
If you are a descendant or relative of any memorial I have entered, I would be happy to transfer maintenance to you. Just e-mail me your Findagrave contributor number, and the names and numbers of memorials to be transferred to you.
I'm human, and I do make mistakes.
Please do NOT send corrections by posting them to my Findagrave profile, as I may not see them for a long time.
Please inform me of any known errors by e-mail (Please put "Findagrave correction" in the subject).
Surnames of major interest:
IRONS - HAINES - HAMMOND - MARTIN - MATHIS - MOODY - NORTON - TEFFT/TIFFT
KLOSER (my wife's side)
and my ancestral families of New London County, Connecticut:
ABELL - ADGATE - AVERY
CAPRON - CALKINS
GAGER - GORHAM - GRISWOLD
LATHROP - LATHAM
MARVIN - MINOR - MORGAN
If you're a descendant of any of these very early New London County CT families, we're most likely cousins.
"Ask not what Findagrave can do for you -
ask what you can do for Findagrave."
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Alice , Annie, Barbara Elsie F..., Family History, historytype, Janice (Chapman..., Joyce (Martin) ..., Judy Wood, Kenneth Irons, LadyGoshen, Laurel Patricia..., Rachel Tefft, Steve Irons
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|Dr. J||Thomas Moffat|
Marty - I was wondering if you have time can you see if there is a headstone by Thomas Moffat (Memorial# 51844666) for his wife. Her name was Margaret Gaston Moffat. Thanks and great pics! LJ
Added by Dr. J on Dec 25, 2015 1:41 AM
|Kathy McConnell Hudson||RE: Dubois Dunning|
Thank you for your inquiries concerning Dubois Dunning. The first was posted while I was traveling and then I was sick for several weeks after returning home. I don't want you to think I was ignoring you. Dubois is a brother of my great-grandfather, Charles Dunning, and our family knows little about him. We were happy to find even this little bit, but of course, we want only correct info. The burial information was received from a Dunning who lives in the area and has done extensive research. Since everything else I have received from him has proven to be correct and he gave me the source, I had no reason to doubt this. I will contact him again and ask him to check his source.