|Norman R. Brown (#47203731)|
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Kenneth Schultz [firstname.lastname@example.org] and Margaret Gagliardi [email@example.com] do the hard work of photographing the grave stones, whilst I do the easy job of uploading them to Find-a-Grave.|
Tremendous credit must be given to both Kenneth and Margaret for their dedication in this endeavor!
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|K Osborn||photo of Abram J. Dopp's headstone|
Hello. I just created a memorial for a Abram J. Dopp in the Christian Church Cemetery in Charleston Four Corners, Montgomery, New York. He shares a headstone with his wife, Margaret Dopp (Her name on the headstone is Margaret Veeder, underneath the name of her husband Abram J. Dopp). I have you to thank for the photo of this headstone, thank you! My request is, would you please add this photo to the entry for Abram J. Dopp that I just created? I am hoping it won't be a problem since the photo already exists and part of a memorial already.
Added by K Osborn on Apr 19, 2016 8:00 PM
|Cindy Allman||Robert Rightmyer|
I do not think Betty Jane Shoemaker Rightmyer
is on Find-A-Grave unless she is in another Cem.
I have found several that were buried with first
wife or husband and not with other spouse.
If I happen to run across her I will gladly
let you know.
Have a great day,
|L. Finley||RE: Hazel Leula Fancher Van Derwerken|
I've updated my memorial and added the link for her first husband. I'm going to go ahead and transfer my memorial to you when yours is deleted, as you were related, and I am not (as far as I know :))
I'm tracking all Van Derwerken/Van Derwerker's, as I'm trying to find my 4th great-grandmother. Harried Esmay White Van Derwerken (her second husband was John Van Derwerken or Van Derwerker).
Thank you for your help in eliminating the duplicate, I appreciate it :)
|Joanna Case||brown family|
All done. All are on the one monument. They also have small individual initial or first name stones.
|Joanna Case||RE: Elias Brown|
Rather than my entering the memorials and transferring them to you, how about you post the memorials & I will post the pictures? The following are on the Family monument:
William H 7/17/1819-1/28/1838
Charles W 6/28/1828-11/24/1851
A C Alice Hyde - 12/19/1832-12/13/1910 (wife of Enoch)
Joseph W 3/9/1777-3/30/1812
A Grace 1873-1929
Joseph W 4/20/1824-12/13/1821
Mary E 8/26/1821-3/8/1825
Esther J 2/12/1831-4/7/1832
|Joanna Case||Elias Brown|
He has a major plot with lots of Browns included. I have photographs of everyone in the plot as part of my inventory. Will post any you want
|Kat Cannon Coons||Bartholomew|
Tell Christine if I don't make it up there before, I'll be that way early Aug for sure. Are there any others she wants of the Bartholomew's, etc while I'm there? I haven't checked the lists. Easier to email me one though.
|Ed Kosary||Lille McBride photo request|
I have walked twice section 30 at Laural Land.
Have found plot 87, buried in plot 87 is a fairly large family last name Oliver.
I have searched their head stones and no female names similar to Lillies (thinking maybe a maiden or another married name) also none of the famales buried there are close to her date of birth or death.
I searched several surround plots and could not find her.
I also looked around the area for the last name Richardson (her second husband?) and for Briggs(her maiden name?) and not luck.
Do you have any ideas of some other name she might have used and be buried under or if possiblity exists grave is unmarked on office came you wrong buriel information?
Will to keep looking for you. If you find anymore informaton let me know I will look when I am out there.
|TLH||RE: Lille McBride photo request|
great! You added it exactly where it needs to be and now the volunteers can see it! Someone should fill that request pretty soon now!
Added by TLH on Apr 22, 2013 10:04 AM
|Kat Cannon Coons||RE: Owen Mickel|
You're very welcome, if ever I miss & don't get a "good" photo, just let me know, especially when the cemetery, like Cobleskill is right down the street from me! I do have the Springstead too, they may still be in my camera, must look! Later!
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