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Jo E (#46986225)
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Bio Photo Looking for Sutherland's (NJ & NY),
Klink's (Buffalo), Krouse, Conover, Post, Gladwin, Neiman, just for starters.
Normally 12721 is my zip.

For summers I am at 04654. thanks
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E Malcolm
RE: Transfers
Hi Jo E, thanks so much for the White transfers of today, appreciate them very much, Esther
Added by E Malcolm on Jul 25, 2014 12:03 AM
E Malcolm
RE: Transfers
Hi Jo E, thanks so much for the Smith transfers today, I've made the connections and have a little bit of history for you! You mentioned on the introductory page for the Henry Farnsworth Cemetery that you thought it would be the "Smith" Cemetery, especially since most of the interments are Smiths. Well, Henry Farnsworth (1814-1906) was the papa and grandpapa. His daughter Emily Belle Farnsworth married George Smith, and their children Edna, Gerald and Alberta are buried there too. Since the connections are now made, thanks to your generosity, you can see the connections. Thanks again! Esther
Added by E Malcolm on Jul 23, 2014 7:55 PM
Kathy Jennings Brown
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It's a new feature ancestry added. I'm sure there are others who don't know about it yet. It's quite convenient :)
Added by Kathy Jennings Brown on Jul 23, 2014 6:41 AM
Kathy Jennings Brown
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Please check your Edit tab on your profile page. I've left several updates for the veteran memorials you entered at Woodlawn Cemetery. Thanks, Kathy
Added by Kathy Jennings Brown on Jul 22, 2014 9:29 PM
E Malcolm
RE: Transfers
Hi Jo E, thanks so much for transferring James Henry, Jennie and Olive Alley, appreciate it very much, Esther
Added by E Malcolm on Jul 12, 2014 3:08 PM
FranzJr
RE: Franz Bergman 86188824
Greetings Jo...

Thank you for deleting your duplicate.

I think I found the same list you were working from... it's spelled Bergem in that one.

I sent a correction to the other manager so he can fix the spelling (or let me know why it's spelled that way).

Have a great 4th weekend :)
Added by FranzJr on Jul 03, 2014 7:51 AM
Ken DeWitt Thomas
RE: Silas P. Sterling 5138632
My pleasure - the Sterling and Titus families aren't actually family. It may sound funny (or just odd), but Clarissa's grave is near Aaron & Hannah DeWitt (their stones are the large ones on the ground), and we've always wondered about the woman's lone stone behind them... and we've romanticized the name so much that I finally went researching.

Take care,

Ken
Added by Ken DeWitt Thomas on Jul 02, 2014 10:05 PM
Ken DeWitt Thomas
RE: Silas Sterling 5138632
Silas P. Sterling was born October 14, 1816 in Brooklyn, Susquehanna County, PA.

Source:
Sterling, A.M. (1909). The Sterling genealogy: Compiled and illustrated by Albert Mack Sterling.
New York: Grafton Press.

Available online at:
https://openlibrary.org/books/OL23341052M/The_Sterling_genealogy

(Silas is hiding in Volume 2)
Added by Ken DeWitt Thomas on Jul 02, 2014 6:17 AM
Kathy
RE: Klink
You added a note to your photo request of Christopher Klink. Your note suggested you were not sure where he was really buried. The link I sent you is the tool that will help you find his grave and location. United German and French Catholic Cemetery has over 41,000 graves. You need a location to even think about getting a photo. The cemetery group consists of Five different cemeteries. They are listed on the home page of the Calvary Group in Cheektowaga. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jun 28, 2014 10:37 AM
FranzJr
RE: Franz Bergman 86188824
Hi Jo...

No problem, I just came across it and wanted to let you know.

Have a great day :)
Added by FranzJr on Jun 28, 2014 8:54 AM
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