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I have alway watched old cemeteries pass beyond the car window when traveling and wondered about who was buried there. Find a grave gives me a legitimate reason to roam through cemeteries and document the graves found there.|
My dear Aunt Vivian tried for years to get me interested in the Family's Genealogy. Of course, It wasn't until after we lost Aunt Vivian (and in losing her lost the best source for family history) that I started tracing back through the family history. Find a grave has helped me in my search and allowed me to find many graves of my ancestors.
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|Ron Kinney||RE: Ida Berg|
You're welcome Sandra.
|sharon fondelier||RE: Mary Anne Beam McClarren|
No, Unfortunately, I don't know where they are buried. Mary Beam McClarren was my husband's great grandmother. The picture belonged to her son Dorse, my husband's grandfather. Are you doing research on this family? It took me years to find any info about Mary's family.
(I apologize for being so tardy replying to your message.)
|Ron Kinney||RE: Jeanette Tiffany|
You're very welcome Sandy.
|Connie Yokum||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Randall Tost's stone. I really appreciat the photo.
|Linda Brown||Mary B. Harvey|
Thank you so much for the above photo. Linda Brown
|Marilee Barrett||Col Thomas Harvey|
Thank you for taking the time and energy to get the picture of the grave site of Col Thomas Harvey
|Debbie Dabrowski||RE: Alberta Kelly|
No problem, glad to help!
|Donna Markey||RE: Stevens|
I am not on Ancestry. I use it at the library when I can't find what I want elsewhere. A GEDCOM file would be great! Thanks! If necessary, I'll download what I need when I go to the library.
|Ron Kinney||RE: William S. Crowell|
You're very welcome Sandra.
|Donna Markey||RE: Clarissa Stevens|
Wouldn't that be fun!?! I haven't been able to connect Achsah Stevens, daughter of Beriah Stevens to my family, which goes Donna Stevens Markey -> Leonard Stevens -> Deforest Stevens -> William Stevens -> Arunah Stevens,which is as far back as I can go. Areunah/Arunah/Areuney Stevens was born in New Jersey abt 1815. They came through Oneida county before landing in Cattaraugus County--primarily Coldspring. Do you have any further information on Beriah Stevens and his line? I would love to pursue this.
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