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post a gravestone photo for you, please consider it yours. You have my permission to use it or repost it wherever you would like. And thanks to all of you who provide information to findagrave, helping myself and others find their lost relatives. Best wishes to all of you.
"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure."
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|Zach Dilly ||Ruby Mace relative|
Hi. I am Zach Dilly. My Great Grandmother Lucile Christy & Ruby Joiner- Mace's second husband Don Mace were cousins. I have some question's about Ruby's family that I thought maybe you could answer. I hope to hear from you soon.
|Flutterby||RE: Peter and Elizabeth Becker|
You are very welcome. The graves are normally shaded so I was lucky to have the sun shining just at that angle.
When I posted the photos I noticed that the memorials weren't linked yet and that other information was missing, so I am hoping that you might be able to submit edits to fill in some of the blanks. It would be interesting to see how all these people are related!
|Dana Ware||James and Rachel Ricketson|
Hi Brenda can you share with me how you are related to James and Rachel. I am as well, they are my G-G-G Grandparents through their youngest son Henry.
|Dana Ware||James & Rachel Peterson|
James & Rachel were my g-g-g-g grandparents. Do you know for sure they are buried in Statenville Cemetery? I have been there several times and can't find a trace of a grave site for them.
I see you list that they are your g-g-g grandparents, how are you realted?
|Anna S||Mayford McMahan|
I added the photo of Mayford McMahan's marker. His wife's marker is next to his, but there was no death date listed, so I didn't make a photo. I'd be happy to go back and do so if you want.
Added by Anna S on Oct 01, 2014 2:45 PM
Published in the Daily News – Batavia, N. Y. – Monday, May 16, 1921 (very hard to read)
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker of No. 19 Pringle avenue are quietly celebrating their golden wedding anniversary today. They were married on May 16, 1871, at St. Pius Catholic church at Perkinsville, Steuben county. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Gruber.
Mr. Becker was born near Saarbeucken, Bermany on January 25, 1847. Mrs. Becker, whose maiden name was Eliasbeth Gaise, was born near Wurtemberg, Germany, on January 25, 1852. Mr. Becker came to America in 1866 and Mrs. Becker came with her parents when two years of age. Thirteen children were born to them, nine of whom are living. They have five sons, Frank E., Fred M., William L., and Edward H. Becker of Avon; four daughters, Mrs. Catherine Waskey of New Britain, Conn., Mrs. Emma Wheeler of Avon and Mrs. Margaret Ireland and Miss Regina T. Becker of Batavia, and 15 grandchildren. … Mrs. Becker has been confined to her bed for the past six weeks and today her condition was serious. The health of Mr. Becker has been poor for some time.
Added by donna on Jun 20, 2014 6:05 PM
I saw your photo request, can't fill that because I am not near Batavia, but thought I would look and see if I could find any info on him.
Published in "The Times", Batavia, New York – exact date cut off – 1924
Peter Becker – The funeral of Peter Becker, a former well known Batavian, who died on Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Emma Wheeler of Avon, was held in Batavia on Wednesday morning from St. Mary's church at 9:30 o'clock and burial took place in St. Joseph's cemetery. Mr. Becker, who was 87 years old, resided until a short time ago in Batavia since 1876. He was a molder by trade and came here with the Wiard Plow Company. When Mr. Becker came to America in 1866 he was on a voyage fourteen weeks. Cholera broke out on board ship and as he did not have the disease he was obliged to remain on deck constantly in order not to be exposed by those in the cabin. He joined the Batavia fire department in 1882, and at the time of his death was an exempt fireman. Mr. Becker is the father of thirteen children, nine of whom are living.
Added by donna on Jun 19, 2014 7:59 PM
|candyce joiner-gomez||paul joiner|
Hi my name is candyce joiner and I was wanting to know if you was related to paul joiner and if you was could you give me some info on him. Because my daddy is david paul joiner and all I know is his father died when he was a little boy in auburndale florida
|Donnie Stanford||Raymond L. Joiner|
Raymond L. Joiner has a tombstone in Mitchell Cemetery. Which cemetery is he buried in.
|Robin James Spidle||RE: Mary Joiner Alexander|
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