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Linda Van Deusen
Cornelius Van Deusen 23579276
Hello,
Thank you for posting the photo of my Great Grandfather Cornelius Van Deusen, in his fire uniform. Could you please let me know where you found it? Know he was in the fire company, just not sure this is him.. His nickname was Casey..
Thanks again,
Linda Van Deusen
Added by Linda Van Deusen on Jul 01, 2015 10:23 PM
John Cahill
RE: Floyd Waters grave photos.
yes....please add them thanks

John
Added by John Cahill on Jun 24, 2015 11:41 PM
John Cahill
RE: Floyd Waters grave photos.
Yes on additional Waters
John
Jonas
Grace
Clara

are there also.....I have their pics if you wish them

John
Added by John Cahill on Jun 24, 2015 10:16 PM
Cheryl
37865297 - Rudolph Powell
Thank you for posting a picture of my grandfather Rudolph Powell as well as the obituary of Charles Powell (gr grandfather), and the houses of Phebe Gildersleeve Willets (gr, gr grandmother) and Josiah Glidersleeve (gr, gr, gr grandfather). I would be extremely interested in other photos, articles and stories about the Powell, Willets, Gildersleeve and Pettit family lines.
Added by Cheryl on Jun 24, 2015 9:22 AM
Chris Yoder
Raymond "Red" E. Resseguie
Thanks for the GR obit. Posted it.
Added by Chris Yoder on Jun 07, 2015 6:38 AM
Emily E. Farley Smith
RE: John Van Cott - 2nd Request :)
Thank you. I appreciate you getting back to me. :)

Regards,
Emily
Added by Emily E. Farley Smith on May 29, 2015 6:46 PM
Emily E. Farley Smith
John Van Cott - 2nd Request :)
Hello again. I know real life takes precedence and/or interrupts our hobby here and I hope all is well on your side of the screen. Or you've done like I have, put it in the "to do" pile and just haven't gotten to it yet. If that's the case, please consider this a gentle reminder. Thanks again, Emily.

John Van Cott

Memorial # 133220493 - I've added the links you requested. Thank you for this additional info. You've also added a newspaper article that I will transcribe into the memorial but I'll need the name and state of the publication and date published. Would you please forward that info to me?

Again, thank you.

Emily
Added by Emily E. Farley Smith on Apr 04, 2015 8:05 AM
Added by Emily E. Farley Smith on May 29, 2015 2:17 PM
C Neale
Marker location for Sgt William Laing
Hi Anon,

I am the great grandaughter of Sgt William Laing and finding this marker photo has been a treat! Can you please let me know where this was taken? Our family has been looking for this grave site for years.

Thank you so much for posting it, we appreciate your efforts :)

Kind regards,
Cristina
Added by C Neale on May 23, 2015 3:43 PM
Emma
PS HEWLETT HOUSE
"The identifying statements of the house @ Bethpage seem to be in conflict with the built date of the (Bethpage) house that is pictured on the Find A Grave for John Hewlett II". To avoid confusion, I meant that the dates givn for the Bethpage house that's pictured on the John Hewlett II Find A Grave, are in conflict with the 1740 date mentioned in the Hewlett article by Mr. Hazelton, as the date when John had his house built in Woodbury. Thanks so much!
Added by Emma on May 23, 2015 1:37 PM
Emma
Hewlett House @ Bethpage
Hi, Anonymous! Since one of the Hewlett Family married into a line of my Family, I'm interested in knowing if the pics of the Hewlett House @ Bethpage, identified on various sites as “The Hewlett House, now restored to 1840, was "built during the 1890s" in Woodbury, an example of Federal Period architecture and the House was inhabited by the Hewlett Family, including a descendent of the original owners, Lewis Hewlett", and "A descendant, Lewis Hewlett, resided at this house in “Great Neck“. Is this the same house, built in "1740" in East Woods aka currently Woodbury, by John Hewlett II m. to Hannah Jackson, notable for it's china closet (now @ the MET) and secret stairs and trap doors used during the Revolutionary War, spoken of in "HEWLETT-FAMOUS LONG ISLAND FAMILY/THE BOROUGHS OF BROOKLYN AND QUEENS COUNTIES OF NASSAU AND SUFFOLK, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK 1609-1924 BY HENRY ISHAM HAZELTON"? The identifying statements of the house @ Bethpage seem to be in conflict with the built date of the (Bethpage) house that is pictured on the Find A Grave for John Hewlett II. Thanks so much!
Added by Emma on May 23, 2015 1:25 PM
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