|Jerry Semprevio (#46886299)|
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I was born in Gloversville, NY, was married to the late Marion Ellen Hughes in Brewster, NY, moved to Haverford Twp., PA and we raised our daughter Andrea there. I work for the Norfolk Southern Railroad in Atlanta, GA where I currently reside. I am a board member and volunteer at the Sylvester Cemetery in East Atlanta, GA where I do maintenance work and maintain the website ( www.sylvestercemetery.org ). I currently serve as Recording Secretary on the Sylvester Cemetery Board of Directors.|
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I note a Gaddis is buried in both graves 78 and 80. I have added Roy Kennith Gaddis who would be kin to them. Josephine Mincy Gaddis 1850-1909 would be his grandmother. Can you tell me more about this plot and how many are buried there? Kennith Carr Gaddis was a son to Josephine and the father to Roy. He died 22 July 1903 or about the time Roy was born. The story is he had TB. Kennith wife and the mother of Roy also may be buried there. Kennith is the spelling I have. Also when would be a good time to visit the cemetery as I have other family buried there.
|JA Black||RE: Anna N Clark|
Created by: Jerry Semprevio
Record added: May 26, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19541694
Correct parents are William martin clark and Melissa Tourje
Anna N Clark
B:abt 1869 in Lenox, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, USA D:1930 in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, USA
William Bloomfield Manzer B: 02 Jan 1867 in Gibson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, USA
ParentsWilliam Martin Clark 1838-1935
Melissa Tourje 1846-1885
Added by JA Black on Jul 13, 2016 6:41 PM
|Becky Ramsey||RE: Findagrave Photos|
Thank you. Becky
|JA Black||Anna N Clark|
Jerry I believe that your info on Anna's parents is incorrect. She was the daughter of William Martin Clark and Melissa Tourgee. They show on John Clarks DC. John was her brother. Also on several Census in Lenox Pa.
Added by JA Black on Jul 07, 2016 6:34 AM
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photos|
Jerry, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' grave sites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
|LeslieT||Olive Leola Tiffany Kilmer|
There are 2 files for her. Yours and
Added by LeslieT on Jun 08, 2016 7:43 AM
|Nora Righter||Henry Earl Manzer's grave|
I located a find a grave listing for Christopher & Eliza Olive Manzer's oldest son. # 117493886 in Deerfield Cemetery, Deerfield, Vernon, Missouri.
I found him in Vernon Co, Missouri in the following Cenus with wife and child:
1870, 1880 (With mother Liva), and 1900.
|Debbie Jordan||Find A Grave Memorial# 59499653|
Would you add Beatrice's maiden name to this memorial. he was Beatrice Ena Ryall the daughter of Albert William Ryall and Eva Daniels. She was married to my grandfather's brother Alfred.
|bill ogden||Patty Tyler's husband Simeon|
Patty Tyler, son George W and a number of other Tylers are buried in Susquehanna County's Lake View Cemetery (PA). Husband Simeon SUPPOSEDLY died earlier in 1836...do you have any idea as to where he is or why he is missing?
|Paul Brown||memorial #17732385|
What evidence do you have that Margaret Crowter was daughter of Oscar Sweet and Matilda Manzer? I show Maggie married to Charles Mathias in the 1900 census of Gloversville. Children Allan and Lee. In 1910, her mother Matilda Sweet is living with Margarett and John Ireland, stepsons Allan and Lee Mathias. In 1920, Allan and Lee are living with Charles Mathias - described as widow.
From the census records, it appears that Margaret Sweet married (1) Charles Mathias and (2) John Ireland. I don't see that Crowter connection, unless there were two Margaret Sweets in the area.
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