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GFord (#47261176)
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Bio Photo I joined FAG after finding this website while working on my genealogy. Since most of my family is on Long Island and I am in Delaware, I could understand the value in volunteering to document and photograph graves in my area. I have always liked cemeteries and now I have an excuse to stroll through them.
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Janet Petrak
RE: Jonathan Horton
I've been searching online but my prospective DAR member has been contacting people on Long Island.
Added by Janet Petrak on Jun 30, 2015 12:18 PM
Janet Petrak
RE: Jonathan Horton
Thanks so much. We are struggling to find documents but we haven't given up yet!

Janet
Added by Janet Petrak on Jun 30, 2015 10:38 AM
Janet Petrak
Jonathan Horton
Again I really appreciate you taking a new photo of Jonathan's gravestone. Unfortunately it is still not clear enough for DAR standards. I wish I could go up there personally :-) Just found a method of putting foil on the stone and brushing it with a makeup brush. The letters become very clear - amazing.

Janet
Added by Janet Petrak on Jun 29, 2015 11:22 AM
Janet Petrak
Mary Horton
I really appreciate you taking a new photo of Mary's gravestone. Unfortunately it is still not clear enough for DAR standards. Those old gravestones are so difficult to read!

Janet
Added by Janet Petrak on Jun 29, 2015 11:20 AM
Janet Petrak
Hannah Horton
Thank you so much for taking the new photo. My prospective member for DAR will be thrilled!

Janet
Added by Janet Petrak on Jun 29, 2015 11:19 AM
Elsie Scharpf Saar
Hannah Wells
Thank you for correcting your memorial for Hannah Wells. As you noted, the info you posted was for a different Hannah Wells. Enjoy your new hobby.
Elsie
Added by Elsie Scharpf Saar on Oct 27, 2014 5:38 PM
Peace4me
RE: Flora Taylor photo
You are very welcome!
Added by Peace4me on Oct 22, 2014 8:08 PM
Judith Heckard Mathias
Thank You
Added by Judith Heckard Mathias on Oct 01, 2014 7:16 PM
T Linn
RE: Elizabeth Beebe
That's very possible, Gail. I just don't know. I don't know why we haven't done more research on this line - especially as there are Connecticut records. I'm looking at the Beebe's right now trying to figure out something and hopefully I will remember to come back to the Warner's and do more research. Maybe find that link to your Warner's! :-)

Thanks again for allowing me to use your picture. I did make sure to credit you for it.

Toni
Added by T Linn on Jun 27, 2014 10:52 PM
T Linn
RE: Elizabeth Beebe
Thank you! I really appreciate it.

My 3rd great grandmother was Caroline WARNER born circa 1804 in New York to Ephraim Warner who was born circa 1774/5 in Connecticut but apparently moved to Schoharie County, NY at some point. Just found the info about Schoharie Co. Based on the info I found (not confirmed) Ephraim's wife was Tryphena LEVENWORTH.

Caroline married my 3rd great grandfather Clinton Henry Beebe IN 1825; he was also born in New York in 1805.

We haven't gone beyond Ephraim Warner - it's going to take more research so I don't know a lot about the Warner's at this time.

Caroline and Clinton moved to Michigan in 1843 where they both died. I was fortunate to visit the cemetery where he is buried (with a headstone) and we believe Caroline is the Beebe buried next to him but without a headstone.

Toni
Added by T Linn on Jun 26, 2014 1:22 PM
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