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|Dave Peck||Carrie Haas|
Thanks for the marriage date.
|Barbara J. Smith-Odum||RE: Caroline Amanda Stiles|
Thank you, Alice. I do know that her grave does not have a marker. She was buried in a plot owned by friends. I looked into placing a stone one it, but did not have the resources at the time. Offhand, I don't remember the family name of the family, but have a photo of the gravesite somewhere in my collection. Being new to this site, I will add a memorial page for her once I figure out how to do so.
|James Wade||Relationship connectons|
Susan G. Coonley Meyer's parents are Joshua DeLong Coonley, Find a Grave Memorial #111161462 and Mary Alice Cook Coonley, Memorial #111161313. Could you add this family relationship?
|Dan||Jane York @ Hudson View|
Curious... I've only been to Hudson View Cemetery once so far, and it was to take volunteer photos. I honestly can't remember if another member gave the Burrows information to me, or if I looked it up myself.
The Burrows married name is listed on the cemetery record transcription. See this link.
Please review and research it. I will leave the Burrows name as is for now because of the cemetery records transcription. Let me know if you find other information to the contrary.
Added by Dan on Mar 06, 2014 5:00 AM
|PJ||Hey PJ aka Jasper Here|
I was the one who spotted you at St. Mary's a few years back. I have time to start back into things and was wondering if there were any you had issues with as I see some you used the front gate photo. I can get in contact with the folks there. Send me an E-Mail. TY
Added by PJ on Feb 27, 2014 3:11 AM
|Marilynn Leon Santspree||Joseph Filkins|
It's been deleted.
Have you tried the online New York newspapers?
I have found hundreds of obituaries and wedding, births etc for my Utica families and my husbands for Albany area.
|Anthony Clark||RE: Rev. Louis Glancy Colson|
I don't have a picture of Rena (Merchant) Colson but I do have another link for you. It is for Louis Glancy Colson's third wife, Augusta (Light) Colson. Find A Grave Memorial# 62102240. The manager of that site has Augusta's married and maiden names reversed but don't let that stop you.
I have requested a correction but have not had a reply to the request.
Louis Glancy Colson was my grandfather's brother.
|AAW||RE:Mary Crandall at Greenwich|
Actually, now that I look at it more closely, the problem is not that Butterfly linked her Mary James Crandall to husband Alexander, but that she linked one of their daughters, Mary Crandall Hill #50640544, to both Alexander Crandall and to her Mary James Crandall. So that's why it looks as if Alexander had been married twice and that there was both a Polly Crandall and a Mary Crandall, both born and died in the same year (which is highly unlikely). Mary Crandall [Hill] appears in the 1850 Census for Washington Co. in the household of Alexander and Polly Crandall, along with daughter Catherine, and 2 other daughters.
Added by AAW on Feb 20, 2014 2:26 PM
|AAW||RE: Mrs. Crandall at Greenwich Cemetery|
Thanks for the reply. I linked daughter Catherine to your memorial because you provided a photo, and in the 1850 Census, Catherine's mother is enumerated as Polly. Polly was a standard nickname for Mary, especially in those days.I doubt there were two Mary Crandalls born and died exactly the same year in such a small town, and in any case, "ButterflyKisses" has already linked her Mary Crandall to the same husband (Alexander Crandall) so she must have some record that they were spouses. Of course Alexander would not likely have been married to 2 different women who died the same year--especially if they were born the same year too. I sent a message to ButterflyKisses. Maybe she will delete or merge her memorial. I suspect that she just downloaded burial records, because her FG# for Mary Crandall is exactly one digit in sequence next to Alexander's her husband, which is what seems to happen if you do a batch download. Every time I have created burial records one at time, even one right after another, the #'s are never exactly in sequence (they are always off by a few digits).
Added by AAW on Feb 20, 2014 2:13 PM
|Kristy Miller Spaulding||Amanda skinner Miller|
Amanda was the first wife of Hill Miller. Hill Miller was married four times. She is my 4x great grandmother. Thanks for posting the photo of their stone.
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