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Hello, My name is Bonnie. Along with my sister we have been doing genealogy since 1996. We have traveled as far as Massachusetts to take pictures of ancestors headstones. My brother-in-law enjoys driving us to all places and we have him going every which way. LOL. I enjoy research and hope to be able to help others with theirs. I greatly enjoy this website to locate other family members we cannot always travel to. Through the years we have met a lot of very nice people, and found many members of our extended family. Hope we can continue to travel and meet new people. It is such a joy.|
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|Dave Robison||Nelson Blodgett Memorial# 31262576|
Nelson Blodgett is a great grandfather of mine. I have been trying to track down a birth record for him as he is one of my links to a Revolutionary War Patriot, in this case his grandfather, Timothy Blodgett. If I can document the birth, I can complete an application to the SAR. Unfortunately, his death record does not indicate his parents.
Since I have records indicating he was born in New Hampshire but there are no records there either.
Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
|C Legate||Martin Legate|
Hi Barb or Bonnie,
I was looking for Marty's memorial and cannot access it do you know why it is not on any more. It was put up in 2006.
Created by: Don
Record added: Jul 07, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14850606
Added by C Legate on Aug 13, 2014 5:01 PM
|David Harrison||RE: Clarksville Cemetery Van Steenburg?|
Hi I had found different spellings of the last name common in those days I created new listings so if one checks for a different spelling they can find. As you can see here grave markers are different.
So as you can see thhttp://www.saratoganygenweb.com/Bixby_Edinburg.html#clark
Also checked with some members at Ancestry.com here is 1 response.
(Hi Dave, Good question. There are several versions of the same name. I've seen it as Van Steenburgh, Van Steenburg, Van Steenburgen, and my own Van Steensburg. There are many reasons for the spelling differences. Official record keepers (tax collectors, census, church birth records) would spell it as it sounded and depending upon how the person pronounced it and how the person heard it, the difference came about. It's all the same family though. I noticed the extra 's' snuck into my name around the time of my great-great, Frederick.
Through research I have found that the Dutch didn't take last names as seriously as we all do. They often took a name that described their profession, such as Timmerman (carpenter) or where they were from Van Steen Burg (of or from the stone village). Back in the 1600's Kingston NY where the family settled was know for the blue slate it quarried. The original ancestor was Jan Van Amersfoort (Amersfoort being a town in Holland). I've enjoyed the research and have found a few monkeys and outlaws hanging from the family tree over the years. I hope this info will be helpful.
I believe I've saved several of your cemetery photos to my collection. Thank you for posting.)
Thanks Bonnie , Dave
|David Harrison||Clarksville Cemetery Van Steenburg?|
Hello Frederick, Anna, Wesley Van Stienburg or Van Steenburg
Hi, I have a question, (am contacting as was researching Ancestry.com came across a couple trees.)
I had a last year taken and posted many pictures of Clarksville Cemetery Edinburg Saratoga County My relatives are Tenants and Farrington.
After I posted These http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=132563187
I noticed others posted under Van Steenburg http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=barker&GSiman=1&GScid=2243037&GRid=40835691&
I have the same as these but because already posted will not post.
What is the correct spelling of the Last name so can edit Find A Grave?
I also posted Lydia Shippee's grave marker.
Also saw you had postedon Find A Grave
|Mary||RE: Taylor , James and Eletha Legate|
I'll look to see if I have a photo of Elthea, but I don't think that I do. James Taylor was my Great Great Grandmother's brother and the one photo I have of him was in her (Delia Elizabeth Taylor Smith)family bible. I do have a few photos of a Rose Taylor Dubois who I understand was a daughter of Herbert Taylor, granddaughter of James.
Added by Mary on Jun 23, 2014 11:29 PM
|Scott Beacham||Nancy Doyle LeGate|
I added photo, also for Eugenia Doyle Van Derzee buried beside Nancy. They share maiden names and are 4 years apart, they may have been sisters.
|Valice Raffi||Florence and Earl Kidd|
Thanks for updating thier memorials!
While searching in the Old Burying Grounds in Gardner, MA, I was able to find Payson's parents headstone, but only a very small stone next to it with the writing on it so far worn down that it is impossible to know if it is that of Payson or not. Sorry I could not of been more help to you. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jun 11, 2014 2:35 PM
I will ask my Mom, she is big into our genealogy. She is also on this site (Find A Grave). Thank you!
Added by Matt on Jun 02, 2014 11:00 AM
Hi, I saw a photo request for a McKee. Are you related to the McKee's in Missouri? I am related to them on my Mom's side.
Added by Matt on Jun 02, 2014 10:34 AM
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