|Shawna Neff (#47487078)|
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Researching Mehlenbacher from Cohocton, NY; Neff originating with William and Mary Corliss Neff from Windham, CT eventually settling into Cortland, NY; Peer from Morris, NJ and Marszalkowski from Buffalo, NY: And too many others to list! Volunteering for photo taking in the towns of Prattsburgh, Pulteney, Avoca, Wayland, and Cohocton, NY. I've had many people assist me in searching for my roots and would love to give the same help to others in their search!|
If you happen to see my name by flowers at a memorial and you are a descendant of that person, please contact me if you'd like to share information!
*Please feel free to save or copy any of the pictures I place on this website-I do not feel that I own a copyright to other people's history.
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|Carole Gillette||Thank you|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request for a picture of my great grandparents headstone. Sorry it's taken so long to respond, just doing some family tree updating when I saw within the email from Find A Grave that there was this link to thank you. Didn't see it the first time I opened it, I was so excited to see the picture I never read the full email!
|Larry Wales||Margaret Lyon - Thames|
Shawna, I made a duplicate when I entered Margaret Thames. I didn't at the time realize she was already entered as your Margaret Lyon. I have transferred Margaret Thames to you to delete, as I was sent an Obit. I thought you may want to use the information, Larry
|Joe||Mitchel Kozak Photo|
Thank you Shawna for taking time to take a photo of Mitchel's headstone, It's quite colorful
Added by Joe on May 30, 2014 11:43 AM
|Phillip Maine||Chapin family in Steuben County, NY|
You took a picture of the memorial stone of Edward Chapin born 1856 for which I say a big THANKS. The family has been there much longer. My ancester Rebecca Chapin married my ancestor Revolutionary War Soldier Nathan Maine in 1818 in or near steuben county. She was his second wife. They moved to Crawford County, PA in 1819 and their first child Moses is seen in 1820 census as one year old. I am trying to find out what Chapin families were in Steuben County around 1800 to 1820
|Sondra Van Scoy Krastins||RE: Fred E Blood Headstone|
HA HA HA!! Guess I was tired when looked at this. You are absolutely right. Thanks again for the great photo! If you need any photos from Memphis, Tennessee I will return the favor.
|Justified||Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the Quakenbush photos
|Family Hunter||Cora Ackley|
|Sondra Van Scoy Krastins||Fred E Blood Headstone|
Thanks Shawna for the great photo of my cousin's headstone. Now I have to figure out who Adam Blood is who is also on this marker. By he age, one would think it is his brother, but as far as I know he only had two brothers, Ernest (1873-1881) and Carlton (1878-1892). Ahhh, another mystery!
May I have your permission to use your photo on Ancestry.com on Fred E. Blood's page? I will add "photo courtesy of Shawna Neff, Findagrave.com contributor."
Sondra Van Scoy Krastins-Memphis, TN
Find A Grave Contributor #47502271
|Jeff George||Thank You|
Thanks so much for providing the photo of the burial site of my relative, Raymond Saltsman. It is greatly appreciated.
|dianne sargent||Chester,George,John & Aurelia Knapp|
Shawna,thank you for the pictures of these graves in Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery.
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