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Anne Cady (#46985237)
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Bio Photo I started doing full photographic inventories of cemeteries in St. Lawrence county NY back in 1999 and have about 175 cemeteries inventoried and online on my home page (see link below). I have copied the listings over to find-a-grave and am working on getting all the photos uploaded here as well. Its a slow process, so if you don't find what you are looking for here, check to see if I have it on my other site. Please don't add the pictures from my website to find-a-grave yourself. If you find a picture on my site that you would like added to find-a-grave, just send me an email or leave me a message and I'll be happy to add them.

I lived most of my life in the Washington DC area where I have taken photos for about 8 years. I recently moved to Colorado to be closer to my family, but still try to get back to the DC area every now and then. However, I am no longer participating in filling requests in Arlington. Over the last three - four years it has become quite unpleasant due to a couple other "volunteers", which was a major factor in finally convincing me to move from the DC area. I will still be visiting Arlington and photographing markers as often as I can get there. Currently, I'm trying to get a few hundred photos added for markers in the cemetery each week from photos I have taken previously . I just won't be claiming requests there since I can no longer deal with the harassment and I want to regain the feeling of dignity and serenity that I used to have each time I walked into the cemetery. It is one of the most honorable, respectful, serene, and to me, sacred locations in the world .

If you would like to take-over ownership of any memorials I've created for your family members just let me know. I'd be happy to transfer them to you, but please realize that in general, edits can be made by using the edit tab on the memorial without any need for transfer of management. That said, while in the past I never turned down a transfer request, recent actions on some memorials I transferred have caused me to very rarely decline a transfer. I may decline when the requester republishes recent obituaries without permission from the publisher (in violation of item 3 of the site "Terms of Service"), creates duplicate or burial unknown memorials (in violation of the site rules), or adds inappropriate biographies which to me include biographies that are NOT about the person, but solely about their husband, ancestors, graphic details of their death, or about the history of the plane/ship/etc they served on.

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Don Bogart
RE: Bogart's In Fine, NY
Hello Anne,

Back in 2013 I was not sure that he was buried there. However since then and with a lot of research and new found documents my educated guess was correct. He is buried there probably with an unmarked grave. His son, my Great Grandfather, did not have a grave marker until 1973 when my great uncle placed a marker on his father's grave. For some reason, marking graves must have been a luxury that they could not afford at that time. I am following in the footsteps of my great uncle who was born in 1907. Some of his tremendous research has come to me and I had the chance to sift through all of his legwork.
I agree that this is not the forum for guesswork. When I created his memorial, and I will correct it now, I was only about 80% sure he was buried in this cemetery in Fine. With the proof needed from the family bible, and 2 other documents that my great uncle had in his collection, I am not sure he is buried there. Probably in a grave that either has no marker, or the marker was damaged and removed.
Thank you for all of your hard work in documenting our past. It is valued work that I hope will benefit the future children who are following in our footsteps.

Have a nice day. I hope you make it back to Fine soon. IT is beautiful country up there.

Don
Added by Don Bogart on Aug 29, 2016 9:03 PM
Louis
William George Nechanicky
Thank you for your quick response for William's obit. It is very much appreciated.
- Louis
Added by Louis on Aug 29, 2016 8:08 AM
Paul Grande
Herbert Heden
Anne, thank you for the picture of Herb's gravestone.
Added by Paul Grande on Aug 29, 2016 2:43 AM
Don Bogart
Bogart's In Fine, NY
Hello,

Thank you for taking the picture of my great aunt a couple of years ago in the Woodland Cemetery. Is there any chance you could take a look for a person named Uriah John Bogart (OR John Uriah Bogart). He is my great grandfather and some of his information is unknown to me. I know he is buried in the Fine area and I believe he is buried in this cemetery. I tried to request a photo on his memorial page but it will not let me. Memorial# 111804176 If it is possible please help me. I am currently scouring my local cemetery for a person lost to the pages of time. I hope that you can be my helper in upstate New York. I wish I could be looking for him myself, but I live in Michigan. Thank you, if this is a possibility. Have a nice day. Thank you for helping to preserve our past and enlighten our future.

Don Bogart
Grave Hunter!

Added by Don Bogart on Aug 27, 2016 9:27 PM
KEN DOTY BROWN
HANSCHKA - ARLINGTON CEMETERY
Thank you very much for the photo.
Have a good day.
Ken
Added by KEN DOTY BROWN on Aug 25, 2016 9:43 AM
history4sure
RE: Waddington vs Madrid
I DID misunderstand - Jim kept saying the "Original" and I knew there was also the "Old", but I understood both he and you thought that because Bridget (dau.-in-law) was at "Original", the assumption was that it was the Dalton Farm.

I really do not know what to do to satisfy the "what if" from Mr. Laudie....I would certainly like to have her in the proper place. If the farm actually "became" the "Old" St. Mary's, it would be solved.

I have put so much work and time into this particular one that I would certainly like the opportunity to move her, rather than have another memorial created. Mr. Laudie sent me lots of questions, but has never responded to any of mine; including ones earlier sent to him - strange.... sorry you have been put in the middle of it all. I do appreciate your help. ~Cheers, Shirleen
Added by history4sure on Aug 24, 2016 9:10 PM
history4sure
RE: Waddington vs Madrid
Thanks again, Anne - I was going by the photo of the Cemetery sign for the establishment in "1820". Plus there is a nice clear stone for Ann Dalton Parkinson with a death date of April 12, 1821 which would support an earlier date than the 1830's.

I know what you mean by the "movings"; and Mary could have been on the edge of the farm. I just can't understand why anyone would move her if the cemetery was already established in the vicinity, 14 years prior to her death - that is usually done after the later establishment of a cemetery. A real mystery.

Anyway, it is so sad that dates cannot be determined on those other old stones...thanks for finding so many of them!

I should focus on finding dates to see what other members of the family may be there. I thought her son Peter would be there, but he is not in the cemetery of both his wives! Crazy, huh?
Cheers~ Shirleen
Added by history4sure on Aug 24, 2016 8:52 PM
Jim Laudie
RE: Mary McGovern Dalton
Thanks for the info, Anne. I wish there were a way to decipher some of those unreadable stones. And just clean it up a bit. Do you think some rubbings might reveal anything? Or has that been tried?

My relative, Cecelia Lange, has talked about potentially a cleanup effort out there. Maybe a chance to carefully dig up a few of the stones that are partially buried.

Jim
Added by Jim Laudie on Aug 24, 2016 4:59 PM
history4sure
RE: Waddington vs Madrid
Thanks Annie, for trying to help Jim Laudie and me on the burial of Mary McGovern Dalton. Her son's (Mathew Dalton) biography states she was buried "1834 on the family farm at Madrid where they resided from 1821 to 1835".
The original St. Marys was much earlier est. in 1820 and Mary's daughter-in-law was indeed buried there, but 28 years later.
Here is my problem with "Original" being right on the Dalton farm: From 1821 to 1835, Mathew states, "The homestead.....was about one & one-half miles from the St. Lawrence River...in the Township of Madrid....here for fourteen years we lived, clearing, plowing, sowing......four children being born, James 1823, George 1826 (me, 1829), and Mary 1831. Mary McGovern, my mother....first grief entered our home, 1834...I was six years old....my grief insupportable....my father heart broken...."
(Since they were living on and working the farm while "Original" was already established, it does not make sense to me that it was a cemetery "on their farm" for 14 years before she was buried.)

I really appreciate all you do and realize these places "morphed" and memories faded...all I had was the family history of a son. Thanks, Shirleen
Added by history4sure on Aug 24, 2016 3:42 PM
Laura
Thank you
Thanks for fulfilling my photo request!!
Added by Laura on Aug 23, 2016 12:07 PM
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