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Frank Furillo (#47654633)
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Bio Photo I have recently become genealogically obsessed, chasing my dead relatives, one beer at a time. "The Magical History Tour", continues to document the Budd and Cameron families.

I also provide a video documentation service, for those unable to visit their relatives grave sites.
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Nancy Thompson
RE: Cameron's in Newton Burial Park
Regarding Angle - Angel...often engraving mistakes are not corrected. Many people look at the stone and read it as it was intended.
Added by Nancy Thompson on Mar 12, 2014 8:47 AM
Nancy Thompson
RE: Peter Franklin Cameron
Hello, Frank -- I have watched several of your have a very interesting way of presenting the facts!
Added by Nancy Thompson on Mar 11, 2014 9:41 PM
Nancy Thompson
RE: Cameron's in Newton Burial Park
Hello, Frank: I spend time every day indexing local records and posting information to help researchers find their Vernon County family connections...with there were more hours in a day and days in a week! Glad you have found more of your family here.
Regards, Nancy
Added by Nancy Thompson on Mar 10, 2014 10:30 PM
Barnabus Horton??
No, sorry--he does not appear in any of our materials. Old Matthias came straight from England to Schuyler Co. with a couple of bros between 1840 and 1850. Their parents were Joseph and Jane Hadden Horton--from Welford,North Hamptonshire.
Do those names appear in your lists?
Added by CBartlow on Mar 09, 2014 9:56 AM
Hale Cem
Cool, thanks, Frank. That is not far from White Oak Cem. where Richard's Dunlavy and Pickenpaugh rels are. Ansel is the father of one of Richard's HS friends.
Added by CBartlow on Mar 09, 2014 9:47 AM
Thanks for the Hale Cem video:)
Enjoyed it as always:) Would love to know the exact location of the cemetery for our next trip to Schuyler County this year!
Added by CBartlow on Mar 08, 2014 7:50 PM
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Frank--is it possible that the date on the marker for Elizabeth Hale recorded here is incorrect? The 1850 census has her living with her father James and step-mother Charlotte and is listed as age 27.
Added by CBartlow on Mar 04, 2014 1:53 PM
Candy Westhoff
RE: Elizabeth Stinnett Webb
I'm curious about the Stinnett stone as Mr. Cuthbertson transcribed all the tombstones in the cemetery about 1970 and it doesn't show up on his list. That's odd. Do you remember where it was and I will look next time I'm out there (after the snow is gone next week hopefully).
Added by Candy Westhoff on Jan 06, 2014 12:07 PM
Candy Westhoff
Elizabeth Stinnett Webb
Memorial #122786471
I have been unable to locate a grave site for her. She is not listed in our City Cemetery book, nor is she listed in Mr. Cuthbertson's tombstone inscription book which was made of all tombstones in Girard Cemetery up to 1970. No one by that name purchased a lot in the cemetery during the time frame of her death either. My best guess would be she is buried on a private lot on a family farm, or something similar. It is possible she is buried in the Girard Cemetery, but there is no record of her being there. So sorry I could not help.
Added by Candy Westhoff on Jan 06, 2014 8:42 AM
RE: Polly Ann Bryant
She was very pretty!
Added by Diana on Dec 18, 2013 3:15 PM
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