|Dawn Timberlin-Whitesel (#46868661)|
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I live in upstate NY |
I love walking thru cemetaries.I find them beautiful, peacful and full of love. I love all things Geneology. Its like a puzzle that is never finished, There is always more you can add!
I am hopeing this will help to immortalize some of these old stones, as so many are gone already.
Please just ask before using the photographs I have uploaded to this site
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|Greg Snyder||Sarah Bloss in Day Center Cemetery|
Hi Dawn - I have been researching this family for a few decades, this Sarah Bloss is my 4th great grandmother. Her son James, husband of Theadate (who is also buried in Day Center) moved to Michigan and is buried in Hillsdale County there. Their son Jonathon Bloss moved to Montcalm County, MI and many of his descendants, including myself, still live there. Anyway, I noticed this memorial has "Barret" as the maiden name of Sarah. I believe that is incorrect. There are many family trees out on Ancestry that name Sarah Barrett as the wife of James Bloss, but they are confusing a Sarah Barrett who married a different James Bloss - not the Sarah who is the grandmother and great-grandmother of the folks buried in the Day Center Cemetery. I believe THIS Sarah is Sarah Smith, born 1750, who married James Bloss Nov 21, 1771 in Killingly, CT. Her husband died in 1790 and Sarah moved with her son James (the one buried in MI) to VT before moving to Day. Are you a descendant of the Blosses of Day Center? Perhaps we are cousins.
|Lynn J. Gauthier||Charles Eddy|
I have transferred his memorial over to your care.
Thank you for the edit on Hezekiah King
|Lynda Puakea||Joseph Lothrop|
I just found your photo of Josephʻs gravestone... may I use it on my private family tree? He is my 8X great grandfather... thanks, and I always give credit to the photographers...
|David Wood||RE: Wood family|
Thank You so much,
|EMDW||RE: Nelson's Memorial|
Thanks a lot Dawn, I hadn't realized I hadn't added Nelson after his death. It wasn't a good time for me. I was in the hospital the day of Nelson's funeral recovering from Heart Failure. I wasn't feeling good when Nelson died and I am glad I didn't try to go to Florida or it would have happened there.
I do know who you are, you are in my Family Tree on Ancestry.com. Nice meeting you and again Thanks.
Added by EMDW on Oct 31, 2013 9:45 AM
|EMDW||Albert Nelson Double|
Hi Dawn, I am Nelson's sister Eleanor, would you consider transferring Nelson to me to add to the rest of our family on Find A Grave?
Eleanor Double Weiss
Added by EMDW on Oct 30, 2013 4:29 PM
|Robin McCarthy||Gorege E. Peterson|
Gorege E. Peterson was my grandfather. I never met him as he got very sick before I was born. Thanks so much for this photo. The Riley family was his sister all from Watervliet, NY
|Robert M Files Sr.||George Files picture|
Good morning Dawin Whitesel,
I was just looking at the picture of George Files. And was wondering if he was any relation to Silas Files from Watertown, Jefferson,New York.
Silas Files is my great great grandfather. I have no info on his parents. Only know that his father was George Files of Canada. My grandfather's name was Charles Files a son to Silas Files. My father's name was Dell Edmond Files & mother's name was Margaret Catherine Bruin. Both are deceased. I am trying to fill in the missing pieces. He could be related. As most of the Files family did come from Canada. Any info you may have on this Files name will be of help.
And I couldn't agree more with you on Cemeteries. They are very peace full and you can learn a lot from them. I have been doing Family History work for 40yrs & you always find something new. If you wish you can e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org & I will receive the message ok.
Robert Files Sr.
Wow, you've done a fantastic job documenting your Eddy family and wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the wonderful job you've done. My mom was a Brundige and I'm trying to document the Brundige Tree starting with Jesse born 1795 in Pittstown and his wife Betsy Brownell.
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