Got interested in this in trying to research our family tree after my Dad died and found out no one knew too much about my father's mother's side. Now I find I spend most of my spare time tromping around Western NY cemeteries, looking for my ancestors, REDDEN, GRIFFEN, WOLCOTT,KEENAN, KING, DURFEE, HAND, BROOKS, ALLEN and HARVEY. If I've entered someone in your family I would be glad to add info or transfer them to you. If you request a transfer please state your relationship to the deceased. And please excuse any errors I may have made and contact me for a correction. Be sure to put FAG in the subject line so I don't delete your e-mail.Hope I can help someone.
Ruth Hart Krauss #6045030 Marsha: I have tried to add Ruth's mom, Helen Pease Hart #42501625 to Ruth's family under "Family Links". I get an error message as it shows her husband Leonard on the list and will not let me make the correction when I try and I do not want to remove him from her connection. Could you please add her mom to the Family Links section for me? I can not find her dad as of yet, but I am still looking. Thanks for all your help and all that you do for Find a Grave.
Lovinia Davison Otis #5956659 Thank you Marsha for adding the information to her bio. It is very interesting what you find when you are doing genealogy. Lovinia is the mother-in-law of my second great grandfather! It is people like you that are helping to make Find A Grave a great resource. Many Thanks again! Gene
Correction for grave bio Hello there, you put up a bio for Lowell Weiler in the Clarence Centre Cemetery. I just wanted you to know that his brother was my father, and that my mom's name is Judie, not Judy. Please correct this. Thanks!
Do you have any more info on Gene? I am connected to the Kelseys on both sides of my family- my dad's in the 18th cent in Connecticut, and my mom's more recently through Levi Kelsey(1840-1921) he lived mostly in Orleans county, NY and was married to my g-grandmother's twin sister.
RE: Ruth Austin Wellman Thanks for all your work in the cemeteries, your dedication has been very, very valuable! My 2nd Great Grand Aunt Winifred Wellman McKeever (1878-1977) spent a lot of her time and energy documenting cemeteries, too, and I discovered some of her work on-line!