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|Kate O||Old Blodgett Mills|
sorry to bother you again. Looking at this cemetery I came across multiple entries for Emeline. could you delete:
Also the entry you have as Abby Ann Corwin (Carwin) should be for: Floyd L., son of Samuel B. and Abby Ann
Again, thank you for your help.
Added by Kate O on Oct 04, 2014 8:18 PM
|Kate O||Hattie Ungerwood # 15004821|
Is Hattie a Grant or an Underwood?
You have her mother listed as Emma Underwood Grant
Added by Kate O on Oct 03, 2014 6:54 PM
Thank you for making the changes, I have deleted the memorial I created, regards, Larry
|Kelly Krausekelly Taft krause||Williams|
I am interested in the Williams buried there. Are there any dates on their headstones?
|Larry Wales||Dorothy Rooman #53082928|
South Cortland Cemetery: I added a photo for Dorothy,( maiden name-Vrooman, married name- Burgess) and sent along some edits. If you could make the corrections to your memorial I'll delete my dupe. Thank you, Larry
|Connie Rifenburg||Ethel Clara Deats Rifenberg|
#99108423 and #18339486 are duplicates.
Ethel C Rifenberg is buried
Bradford County Memorial Park
Her husband was Jack L Rifenberg
also buried in Bradford County Memorial Park
#18339486 says burial unknown. I don't want to put in the cemetery since they are duplicates.
Could you please merge the two Ethels, and link her husband Jack L Rifenberg #99109174
|Kate O||cortland Co Grant plot|
I went to the Cortland County Historical Society today. I was not able to identify the Grant Burial Plot (2 graves)
BTW I did find the Dexter plot.
Added by Kate O on Sep 13, 2014 7:03 PM
|Kate O||Dexter Burial Plot|
Could you tell me the location of the Dexter Burial Plot in Cortland County. You have 2 graves listed for it. I am from Cortland and have never heard of it.
Added by Kate O on Sep 12, 2014 12:56 PM
|Daniel Corp||Corp, Annah|
This is Annah Brainard Corp, born 10/6/1813, Norway, Herkimer Co. NY, wife of John Corp.
|Keeping Time||William Richardson|
Thank you for the photograph of William Richardson's marker in the Freetown Cemetery. I believe that he was a Revolutionary War soldier. Do you have any further info? I'm wondering if anything can be read on the stone. Thank you so much!
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