Gedney Memorial Pages and Pictures Thank you so much for all the Gedney memorial transfers and taking the gravestone pictures, this has been a real treasure trove of information. Appreciate the time you took to take the pictures and set up the additional memorial pages.
RE: one larger Smith marker That would be wonderful. Can you find out the section or maybe a plot number so I can try and find out more info from the cemetery. With the last name of Smith it makes it difficult to pin ancestors down.
RE: Halsted Burial Ground Be safe! If you by any chance see a grave for Caleb Pierce and Hannah Halstead Pierce, let me know. I'm still searching for their burial in Westchester County. Apparently my great grandmother, Isabella Pierce Pugsley spent years trying to locate them and I can understand her frustration. They were quakers and I wonder if they didn't want a stone.
I was just thrilled to see the wonderful pic of William and May's stone - I can never thank you enough!!!! It was a wonderful Xmas surprise! I am so grateful Pat, I appreciate your time and effort. Also the special treat, you made a memorial for May and transferred it to me. How thoughtful - thank you ever so kindly. Warm wishes to you and yours for the Happiest of Holidays! -MaryAlice
Tuttle Family Hi Pat, My name is Robert Bick, I just entered a new name, William Maynard Tuttle, to this cemetery. His death Cert. says he is buried at Cedar Hill. I'm wondering if you know someone that could find out if his daughter, Mary Catharine ( Tuttle ) Roberts, Death date unknown, and her husband, John Roberts, born about 1850,in Canada. Died March 2, 1894 in Cortlandt, are in Cedar Hill. John's death cert. says he was buried in Montrose. William Tuttle's son, William Riley Tuttle is also buried in Cedar Hill. I would be grateful for any information you could give me. Thank you, firstname.lastname@example.org
Madam Restell I left you a lengthy SAG bio for Ann (Madam Restell) Lohman (Find A Grave Memorial #27175902). Once you read it, I think you will agree that she should be deemed "Famous" for Find A Grave purposes. I suggest you submit her for that status. Gary