|Pat Townsend||Fuller Cemetery|
Thank you for posting pictures of this cemetery. I visited it in 2016, many of the stones are broken and fallen down. Are you related to the Fuller family?
Thank you for your time updating dates for Binninger Cemetery. Your hard work is greatly appreciated. :)
Added by Robyn on Jul 18, 2016 5:45 PM
|wvy||Rev. Harry Gidney's parents|
Lorry, thanks for your help on Martha; I found Harry's parents in Maine, and have put in an edit for a link to them. Thanks. winnie
Added by wvy on Mar 15, 2015 7:25 PM
|wvy||Rev. Harry and Martha Gidney, ME|
thanks, Lorry, for the addition of info I sent, and the photo...if you have one for Martha, I will request her also. Thanks, so much.
Added by wvy on Feb 28, 2015 7:42 AM
|Jonathan Laing||Gardner Cemetery|
I see that you took photos of this cemetery. Can you let me know where this is actually located? Street, GPS Coordinates if possible.
|Janet Muff||Duplicate Cemeteries|
You posted cemetery photos to two cemeteries:
Friends Meeting House
Both are in White Creek, Washington, NY.
And people have been posting duplicate burials to the cemeteries. Every person who is in the Hutchins Cemetery is also in the Friends Meeting House.
So, I suspect that this is one and the same cemetery, and that the name has been changed. Before I report the duplication to Find-a-grave, will you please get back to me, as you have cemetery photos in both places.
|Velcro||Jared Sage Sr & Jr Family|
Lorry, Thank you for transferring the management of the memorials you created for Jared Sage Sr & Jr, Olive H. [Clark] Sage, and Eliza [Parsons] Sage. I have been traveling with sporadic Internet for the past two months so have only recently been able to access "Find A Grave". The transfer is greatly appreciated and I will take good care of your memorials. Regards, Linne
Added by Velcro on Oct 20, 2013 7:56 PM
What road is the Boyntonville Rd?
Added by tofftroy on Sep 29, 2013 11:16 AM
|CarolynA||Ichabod West and Susannah|
Thanks very much for getting pictures of Ichabod and Susannah's stones. We think it is amazing now when people live way into their 90s, and here this couple did 200 years ago. He is a very distant uncle of mine. Thanks again for all you do.
Added by CarolynA on Aug 13, 2013 12:12 PM
|Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr||RE: JACOB M DEYOE|
OK, Apr 15, 1839 it is.
The DOB was calculated from the DOD based on the 15 months so I have have adjusted that to 1838.
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