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|William Adams||RE: Ferndale Burials|
Thank you for your response. I was able to set up an appointment at Ferndale, and found where my 2nd great grandmother and her husband Albert Small are buried. She had my Great Grandfather William Adams as a single mother, married Abraham Brunt, had two children, Joseph and Alfred. When Abraham died she married Albert Small.
Eventually they all came to the United States and lived in the Gloversville, Johnstown, Amsterdam Area. As I found out, she was buried in the plot that was purchased by her son Alfred. If you go to my Findagrave site, you will see that I was able to located her, Albert and many of the Brunts related to Alfred.
Sorry for the long response, but again thank you for your assistance and getting back to me.
|Patricia R. McCullough||Grothe Monument Photograph|
Re: Find A Grave Memorial# 73425249.
Thank you, Sharon, for the beautiful photograph on my children's great-great-grandparent's memorial. It is a lovely addition which they might not see otherwise.
|William Adams||Ferndale Burials|
I noticed that you have recorded many of the people buried at Ferndale Cemetery. However, I have discovered that my 2nd Great Grandmother Elizabeth and her husband, Albert Small do not appear when I do a search for them at Ferndale. Based on my research, they were both buried there. So I though I would write you to see if maybe they do not have headstones...etc. of if they may be buried in a part of the cemetery that you did not make records for. Elizabeth died on June 25, 1918 and Albert died on August 31, 1922.
Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
|FutureAncestor||RE: Salvatore and Vincenza Barletta|
Hi, the last name was written as BARRETTA on the memorial and the staff at Find A Grave already fixed it for me to read BARLETTA. This was way back in January.
|Perfield Girl||RE: Simeon Sammons|
Hi Sharon. Thanks for contacting me. I'm sorry that I can't recall making the suggestion you're referring to.
When I go to Simeon Sammons' memorial #8764837, I notice that you aren't the manager of the memorial. Second, the middle name Starin is already there, and the photograph, which I believe you took, clearly says "Simeon Starin".
So I'm totally confused, and I'm sorry if I wasted your time.
If you'd like to chat about this more, you can reach me at email@example.com.
Thank you, Sharon (my name is also Sharon)
|Jerry van Rensselaer||Maria v R|
As far as I can tell, things are right. I think his memorial had a correct number for a relation of some sort, but in the wrong slot.
Thank you :o)
|Jerry van Rensselaer||RE: Maria Van Renssleaer|
I am not sure which Maria you mean. I may have lost my copy of the request.
|Bernice ||Re: John A. Putman, Memorial# 95523450|
Thanks for posting the Putmans on Find-a-grave.
I have a correction for you; look very closely at the tombstone of John A., you will see that the death date is actually Oct 11, 1844. I found documentation in "A history of the Putnam family in England and America..."
Added by Bernice on Dec 16, 2013 6:38 AM
|Erie County, New York Cemeteries Past & Present||Fr John Sturm|
THANK YOU so much for taking the time to photograph Fr. John's stone!!!
I'll pay it forward, again thanks.
Depew, New York
Could you tell me are there any other Bustards buried near this one?
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