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|Please feel free to use any photos I've posted online. I manage many memorials of people I am not related to. If you are a relative of any of these people, and would like to take over management of their memorials, let me know and I'll transfer management. If you're a distant relative, please contact me to say hi|
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|Teisha Ingraham||Amenia Cemetery|
Is there a way I can contact them and find out if there is any information on George Ingraham's parents from his burial?
|yorkies1||Ira Allen's wife Ann Briggs|
I have measured the glass. It is 2 ft. and 4 in. long and 11 in. wide and has an old fashioned mahogany frame. My father said it was over two hundred years old. Where it was bought I do not know. It was formerly in the Briggs family of Dutchess Co., N.Y., and was willed to the Annie's and Mary's and there was no name of either between her and myself and she was Ira Allin's wife and my father's aunt. I am looking into the matter and if I find any more about it I will write you." "MARY E. BUSBY."
Added by yorkies1 on Jul 17, 2014 7:31 PM
|robert stidolph||Way Family|
You seem to have a lot of knowledge about the Way family. Are you a descendent
|Richard||Edna M Johnson Hoose|
Good Evening. I have confirmed via the 1940 US Census that the biological father for Edna M Johnson Hoose (Memorial# 83049841) should be Pearl H. Metcalf Jr. (Memorial# 109175431).
Added by Richard on Jun 26, 2014 8:12 PM
|Beverly Kane||RE: Additional memorial info|
Thanks! Mum's the word.
This morning for the first time I entered the Lesher camp on Treasure Island. I was amazed at the structure. It was like walking out of this century and entering 1920 or so. We just pulled our canoe on shore, walked to the front door and rousted out of bed the groom who was just waking from his bachelor party. He was just borrowing the place from the friend of a friend or something like that. He invited us in to look around the main room and kitchen area. It made the the Lesher Bodwell camp look modern! There is nothing to it besides a crude frame with siding and roofing. I always wondered about that place but my mother never had the nerve to intrude. It's easy to see how the place lent itself to being a summer camp for girls... harder to imagine is the Lesher clan in all their finery, living for summers on end in such crude furnishings.
After poking around the internet this afternoon it became obvious that you might be interested in this. Charlie
Sorry, I could only find the Family Marker, there were no individual ones.
|Janet Reasoner||RE: Jacob & Fidelia Shaffer|
I'm sorry you're not doing well. Hopefully soon.
After the long, long, long cold winter we had it has been a pleasure to get out and start taking pictures.
So far this year, I've been finishing up graveyards that I had half-done, looking for Lashers. Right now we have almost 5,000 in Find A Grave. Then I don't know. Maybe I'll tackle the big cemeteries up in Hudson or Poughkeepsie.
|Richard Van Wagenen||Jacob G Van Wagenen|
Jacob who is buried in Stanfordville Community Cemetery was born 3 May 1798. I know this to be true, because Jacob was a younger brother to my gg grandfather Johannes G. Van Wagenen.
Richard Van Wagenen
|G. Flanders||Where to next?|
When you get back to feeling good again, what will be the next cemetery you will be documenting?
Hope your back is improving every day.
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