|C. Rose (#47329884)|
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THANK YOU to all the volunteers for your hard work. It's a great community.|
PLEASE USE EDIT ON MEMORIAL WHEN REQUESTING CHANGES OR TRANSFER: I no longer process questions or changes on memorials unless the edit tab is used.
You are welcome to use any photo I've taken.
Let me know if I have helped your family search; it's my REWARD for my work.
I will gladly delete a memorial of your family member; just ask politely.
Thanks so much.
" As life runs on the road grows strange,
With faces new, and near the end
The mile stones into head stones change.
'Neath every one a friend."
This lovely bud, so young, so fair, called hence by early doom.
"Refuse me not, this little spot
My wearied limbs to rest
Till I shall rise with sweet surprise
And be forever blest."
Always a silent hurt,
many a silent tear,
but always a beautiful memory
of one we loved so dear.
God gave us strength to bear it,
and courage to take the blow,
but what it meant to lose you
...no one will ever know.
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47305175, Anne Cady, Bruce Coyne, Charles "Charli..., CHerr, Jim Livermore, John P., Judy Wasson, Little Macomber, magranny, mark south, Neil B (John 3:..., pepper, sewingsailor, sue sullivan
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|Stephen D. Solar||RE: Archie Paro|
Thanks so much for transferring Archie Paro for me. Actually, Archie was born a "Brabant" and took his mother's maiden name, Paro, when he became of age. His father had left him and his mother when he was very young. I'll be adding the obit soon, as well as his wife's. Check back for it. Don't know of a connection to Oswego.
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Jessie Barclift's online memorial|
Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to visit the cemetery and take the photo of the headstone for this online memorial. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated!
|mlf||RE: photo from John Gray Blount's (1752-1833) page to John Gray Blount'|
Step 1: Go to the listing and click on the photo.
Step 2: Click on the photo again so that it opens in a new tab.
Step 3: Right click on the photo in the new tab and save it to your desktop.
Step 4: Go back to the listing where the photo will still be open.
Step 5: Under the 'Share' and 'Edit' tabs there should be two blue links; click on the one that says 'Delete selected photo'
Step 6: After deletion, then go to the listing for the other John Gray Blount and upload the photo that you had saved to your desktop.
Hopefully this helps.
Added by mlf on Aug 03, 2014 3:03 PM
|mark south||RE: Sarah Donaldson Branche|
The best way to conduct research for Kingston relatives is in person, there is a great genealogical library and Queens Uni library has all the major Canadian papers. if you need help for Kingston, send me some information, I can probably help....
|Margaret Nolan||RE: McMichaels 70284543|
Thank you for thinking of me and the Mcmichaels! Daniel McMichael's stone is in Old St. James - I got the funeral director to help me with that - and John McMichael is in Pinckney. Several were listed as being buried in Fairview but I am not sure if they really were. When we were there, we went to the local library and they had a listing with some great info but we could never find Daniel's stone until very recently. If you see other McMichaels, I would be thrilled to see their stones.
|Jacob Bonner||Snowd Branch Cemetery|
Thank you for your comment, and also your help with the Snowd Branch Cemetery. Nathan Mizell was my great grandfather. His mother, Bertha, was born to Lou Crisp before she married Redding Warren. Her biological father was of the surname James, though my only source is word of mouth from Bertha's granddaughter. I don't think Redding Warren ever legally adopted her (though I'm not certain). I think she usually went by Crisp, though her children and grandchildren may have used Warren due to the fact that all her half-siblings were Warren's. But it certainly doesn't help with the confusion! Thanks.
|Frank L. Cain||RE: Betty's photo|
Thank you very much I put John picture on the grave his ashes are scattered on the grave.
Thanks again Frank
|Jim Livermore||Samuel Watson is our common ancestor|
and we are fourth cousins. Nice to meet you!
|926daytripper||Harold H. Wright WWI|
Thank you so very much for taking the photos of Harold H. Wright's unbelievable monument! (1888- 1918). He knowing sacrificed his life for the safety of his regiment. He died in France at the Second Battle of the Marne, near Chateau - Thierry. His father spent $3,000 in 1918 to create the monument. Harold H. Wright truly is one of the many WWI heroes. I am 10 hours away from the North Watertown Cemetery, NY. and can not wait to start my journey to see it in person.I am extremely grateful to you for taking your time to upload the four photos of my grandfather's monument. Thank you!
|Bruce Coyne||RE: Matthew Babcock|
Sorry, no. NNY Gen has a Mathew G Babcock, enlisted 8/23/1862, aged 29, in the 35th NYI at Watertown, NY. Perhaps he's buried in a national cemetery.
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