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Jane ofarc (#47942023)
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First of all I am honored to be a volunteer for findagrave. The information that I am adding will be here long after I'm gone!
I am happy to transfer memorials as per findagrave rules. Please state specifically how you are related. I am no longer answering emails that say I want so and so because they are my family. I do not transfer entire families. I am related to every memorial that I have posted in Greene County, New York, with the exception of the Catskill Village Cemetery.
I always look first to see if I am duplicating a memorial but sometimes mistakes happen. If I have duplicated a memorial that you have already posted please let me know and I will delete mine immediately.
I gladly accept information and corrections. Please use the edit button to send me the information.
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Miguel J. Colón, Jr.
Giselle Pastor
Hi Jane,

I was so surprised to see you have posted my cousin up on findagrave. Is it possible for you to send me the rights of Giselle's profile ? I would love to have this for my family. Thank you. Miguel
Added by Miguel J. Colón, Jr. on Dec 15, 2014 8:21 PM
Susan Bennett Perkowski
RE: Ferris E. Mott
Thank you! That was very fast!!
Added by Susan Bennett Perkowski on Dec 12, 2014 4:33 PM
Susan Bennett Perkowski
Ferris Mott
Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery and Mausoleaum is my Grandmother's brother. Could you please add his parents:

13059005 Peter Bross Mott (1867 - 1937)
13059028 Rosie Mae Mott (1897 - 1978)

I would love to see him show up with the rest of the family on their pages.

Thank you
Sue

PS Guy Royal Mott, same cemetery is son of Ferris.
Added by Susan Bennett Perkowski on Dec 12, 2014 10:40 AM
Nora K
Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newburgh , N.Y
Please review the edit for Frances Davy Topping at Cedat Hill Cemetery. The death date is 1908 as seen on stone. Also the bio narrative states her mother was born 1833,and if her daughter Frances was born in 1845, this is likely not correct.
Added by Nora K on Dec 07, 2014 9:33 AM
suzanne
Eva T Leonard Bartley
Correction- Her G'ma was Sarah J Pay(e)
Her mother was Emma T (still looking for last name)
David was Sarah's son.
-If you hear of any relatives that may know Sarah J Paye, please contact me. She would have been my GGG'pa's sister.
Added by suzanne on Nov 29, 2014 10:39 AM
Marilyn Hamill
RE: Mary J. Pugsley
Mary Jane Miller was the wife of Theodore Pugsley and mother of Mary L Pugsley Harris Peck - - Her father was Not David C Pugsley.

Marilyn Hamill
Added by Marilyn Hamill on Nov 19, 2014 9:23 PM
Marilyn Hamill
Mary L Pugsley Peck
Hi:
I'm having a lot of trouble with fitting this person into the David C Pugsley family. He only had two children that lived, according to the 1865 NY census, and one was named Mary Jane. I know that there was a Mary J Pugsley living with the Peck family in 1880 in Grand Rapids, MI,but she was born in 1819. Which Pugsley family are these women from? Thanks!
Marilyn Hamill
Added by Marilyn Hamill on Nov 05, 2014 10:03 PM
Robert J. Bloomer
Oscar Bloomer
Oscar B. Bloomer and Alice B. Dubois. Both Oscar and Alice grew up in Marlborough and knew each other as children. Oscar enlisted 3 Aug 1864 for service in the Civil War at Goshen, New York. Oscar and was discharged a year later at Alexandria, Virginia. He and Alice married 4 May 1873 at the Methodist Episcopal Parsonage, in Milton, Ulster County, NY by the Reverend Horace Wood. Oscar fathered two children, but before 1880 had drifted from Ulster, County to the hot climate southwestern Arizona. During the summer temperatures can reach 117 degrees. In search of gold, Oscar wondered the barren rocky hills east of the lower Colorado for 26 years. This was the decade of Geronimo and the Apache raiding parties that prowled the Southwest. Eleven days before his death Oscar and his partner (Harry H. Handley) headed out from Harrisburg on a “gold prospecting” expedition. After covering 40 miles Oscar fell sick and Harry helped Oscar back to Palomas in search of medical attention. There was no doctor or medial treatment available and on the 19th of July 1906 Oscar died. He was buried in a hand made coffin in an unmarked grave. (Harrisburg was a typical boom and bust Arizona mining town that saw its end about 1906. Today there is only a cemetery marker where the town once flourished.) Whatever time Oscar spent away from New York, Alice implied in her applications that Oscar had spent part of 1905 in away from the gold fields. However, about 1897 thru 1890 Oscar submitted pension applications and other documents strictly from Palomas and witnessed by his Arizona partners.
Children:
Mary Ann M. Lindsey N. Hutchins
Dimmick b. 8 Oct 1877 M. Carrie Ellen (?)
Source: 1880, 1900 Census records, and Oscar’s Civil War Pension Files.

Added by Robert J. Bloomer on Oct 30, 2014 8:52 PM
Chapman-Cronk
Bella J Bedell/Orville Bedell Relationship
Hello!

I've noticed that Bella J Bedell is listed as the mother of Orville Bedell. This is impossible since Bella died in 1881 at the age of 18 (birth year ABT 1863) and Orville was born in 1830/1. It is likely that Bella is actually Orville's daughter or that she is the second wife of his brother Charles.
Added by Chapman-Cronk on Oct 22, 2014 4:19 PM
Kathy
RE: Christian W. Benben
Hi, Jane,

I hadn't noticed that he had messages disabled. At the same time I sent you a note, I also sent him one through his memorial for Christian - don't know if he got it. I guess we can wait to see if he ever responds. Or we could ask find-a-grave to merge the two memorials because we don't know if the other guy is getting messages.

Thanks, again, for your work here. I really appreciate it.

Take care.

Kathy
Added by Kathy on Oct 13, 2014 3:20 PM
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