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I like cemeteries, photography and genealogy. This website is a great place for all of these interests. If you think you are related to me, or if you have any questions about a gravesite I have contributed, drop me a line. Most of my contributions (except for Florida locations) are relatives. Thanks for looking!|
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|Family Roots||Colden Woodard|
I seen you left a note to change the year of death for Colden Woodard from 1906 to 1907.
From the newspaper clippings that I have found Colden died August 14, 1906 at the Gristmill in Richford.
Please do not send any more edit requests with out source/proof of same. I am trying my best to keep my memorials true and provide proof of same.
Added by Winnette on Nov 14, 2015 9:10 PM
|CBH40||Eugene Bertrand Goodrich|
This was the child of my ggg grandfather Alfred B. Goodrich and his wife Eliza Patch. I have his birth date as 31 July 1844 and his death date as 24 December 1848. That made him a little over four years old when he died on Christmas Eve. There is no birth date on the headstone. Thank you for posting the memorial and the headstone.
Added by Carolyn Bigler Hebert on Jan 19, 2014 8:22 PM
Added by CBH40 on Jan 19, 2014 8:23 PM
|CBH40||Eugene Bertrand Goodrich|
This was the child of my ggg grandfather Alfred B. Godorich and his wife Eliza Patch. I have his birth date as 31 July 1844 and his death date as 24 December 1848. That made him a little over four years old when he died on Christmas Eve. There is no birth date on the headstone. Thank you for posting the memorial and the headstone.
Added by CBH40 on Jan 19, 2014 8:22 PM
Thank you so much, Kelly, for having these memorials and the edits. Please know your contributions will always be important. Best to you and yours.
Added by ewill on Sep 08, 2013 7:00 AM
|debra ||john aymond patch|
Im trying to find a definate paper trail to prove that Nathan Patch was the father of my great grandfather, John Raymond Patch. How/where did you find this info? I cant seem to find it!
Added by debra on Jul 23, 2013 10:39 PM
|Marcia T||Helen Jane Truman|
Helen was, indeed, the daughter of Charles Eldredge Truman and Harriet Webster. Lucy Webster was the wife of Mason Webster. Don't know the Sarah Doolittle connection, maybe Lucy's sister? Helen remained single, at the Truman farm in Flemingville, and cared for her parents all her life, then inherited an equal share of the farm when her father died.
Added by Marcia T on Jan 07, 2012 10:43 PM
|Marcia T||Ada Chapman Truman|
Glad to find your submission of my great grandmother, Ada Chapman Truman. She was my grandfather, Harry's Mom. She was a great family "Keeper", so was he, and we have a Truman attic full of pictures, scrapbooks, etc kept by Ada. Here is a picture of her younger self, which I think, really does her proud!
Added by Marcia T on Jan 07, 2012 10:38 PM
|Rev. Amaro Saumell, 3rd||Mom's site|
No, I haven't forgotten you!
I've added the dates to my mother's Find-a-Grave home page. And remember, I'll keep adding stuff too as I get information.
God bless, Fr. Amaro
Thanks for taking the photos of Ralph Manning & Betsey Manning at the Berkshire Cemetery. Ralph & Betsey were my great great great grandparents. Are their graves close to each other? I love this find-a-grave site. We live in Washington state (where their son, Gurdon, ended up), so i probably won't be visiting New York for a while to take these photos. Thanks again, Kelly,
Added by Mary D on Jan 27, 2008 10:36 PM
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