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Mariner's Knoll Genealogy, USA (#47144210)
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Bio Photo I have been working genealogy for over 25 years.




The web address is not my personal home page its where I spend most of my time.
My email is; marinersknoll(at)marinersknoll.org


If you are interested in one of the memorials, at St. Joseph's OLD Cemetery, Wayland, NY, please send me an email with the name of the person you are requesting included. I will get back to you as soon as I can. I have photographed all of the headstones in the cemetery and with the exception of persons still living, ALL are posted on the memorial. If there isn't a photo on the memorial of a headstone, there isn't a headstone for that person. Plot numbers for this cemetery are not recorded anywhere except with ME. So if you need info about a plot number, please feel free to ask me.
First digit is the section number 1-4. Sections are numbered East to West starting at Deiter Rd.
Next 2 digits are the row number, also numbered East to West, except for section 4 which the rows are numbered North to South from State Route 63.
The 4th digit is 1 or 2 letters. If there are more than 24 graves in a row there are 2 letters and the first is either A or B. (I & O are skipped). Headstones in each row are number from the driveway across back of the cemetery, toward State Route 63 except section 4. Where graves are lettered West to East starting from the backside of section 3.
If there is another digit at the end of the plot number, there are more than 2 names/graves on the same headstone or in the plot. Again, if you have a question about plot numbers, please email ME. NB: The Parish Office has NO info about plot numbers at this cemetery.

In St. Joseph's New Cemetery & St. Pius V New Cemetery in Cohocton, the plots are numbered simply Sect ... Then a Roman Numeral .. I. II, III, ect. Then a one - three digit number for the site & last the grave number. In St. Joseph's they go from 1 thru 8. At St.Pius they are numbered sequentially thru the section.




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Barbara Richardson Smith
Cecelia Bast 116274239
I have entered her obituary. The one in the Cleveland Cemetery I believe would be in error.
Added by Barbara Richardson Smith on Jun 27, 2014 8:50 PM
Michael Duffy
RE: Frank & Mary Larrin
Hello Joshua.

Please ignore any conflicting data I sent you about the Larrins. I was researching bootleggers in Western NY when I stumbled upon the Larrins. They were in Steuben County court in 1926 for possession and sale of liquor.

"Two Steuben county cases are scheduled for trial in Federal Court next week. The case against
Frank Larrin and Mary Larrin of Wayland on charges of sale and possession of liquors is scheduled for Monday. It is claimed that agents of Sheriff Page purchased a quantity of wine from the Larrin place. Frank Larrin, one of the defendants died about a week ago and the remaining case is against his wife." (Published in the Cornell Evening Leader on 18 Sep 1926.
Added by Michael Duffy on Jun 23, 2014 1:31 PM
grandmacarol
RE: Michael Meyer & Katherina Hoff Meyer
okay, I lied! lol

I think I found them...
Hubert, rather than Herbert (70669032)
and Ruth Nancy (70669048)

If this is correct, send me an edit and I will be happy to add the links

Carol
Added by grandmacarol on Jun 18, 2014 2:19 PM
grandmacarol
RE: Michael Meyer & Katherina Hoff Meyer
Sorry it has taken so long to respond.
You're probably aware that findagrave has been down for a couple of days.

I had no additional knowledge of this family.

However, I did search for the additional children you mentioned and found a Henry(127864822) and Minnie(9127864873) Fuser (not Fusen) buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery in Boonville. It looks like this may be who you were looking for. I've left any SAC's up to you after you decided if, indeed, they are the relatives you were searching for.

I'm afraid I had no luck with Herbert and wife Mary.

Good Luck!

Carol
Added by grandmacarol on Jun 18, 2014 12:45 PM
mmcallister
RE: Lois McAllister #75774335
I will gladly accept responsibility for her memorial.
Added by mmcallister on Jun 07, 2014 9:46 AM
Ruth Smith
RE: Gustav and Olleta Schulz
Just finished re-reading your bio and I admire all of your work there in New York. You are very organized. I bet you have as many stories about your adventures in taking pictures and researching as I do. Thought you might like to know - in case you are looking for anyone else here in Cape Girardeau - all city cemeteries are now on line and accessible to the public. This happened about a year ago. Mr. Weaver who is the city superintendent of our 3 cemeteries, did that for us and I will be forever grateful. Until then we had to "bug" him at his office or go to the public library where one would have to check out the disk and go to a computer on sight to write down the location of a grave. Now it is right in our own homes.
Here is how to find it: google - type in Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation. Scroll to the bottom and click on cemeteries. Then click on the one you need: New Lorimier, Old Lomimier and Fairmount. Then click on "burials A-Z". Gustav and Olleta Schulz are listed there.
One other cemetery in Cape is the Cape County Memorial Park located between Jackson and Cape. This one is the largest and the biggest problem. To locate a grave there, if you are not a relative, you have to go to the Historical Archives in Jackson. I have made many a trip over there to find locations of graves.
So it sounds like all your work is very helpful there and I would again like to thank you and appreciate it. Ruth Smith
Added by Ruth Smith on May 18, 2014 6:15 AM
Ruth Smith
Gustav and Olleta Schulz
There are no marked graves for the Schulz family. I have photographed all of section 2 where they are buried and could not find it. The picture is the general area of section 2. Sorry. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on May 17, 2014 4:34 PM
Michael Duffy
RE: George and Carrie Fisher
Thanks for the images and the info.
Added by Michael Duffy on May 15, 2014 1:06 PM
Michael Duffy
Fishers
I made room for a photo each for George and Carrie Fisher from the Evergreen cemetery in Springwater, NY. Thanks in advance for adding the cemetery images.
Added by Michael Duffy on May 13, 2014 8:02 AM
NBerger
Photos of Smith Pond Cemetery
Thank you for posting the two nice photos of Smith Pond Cemetery to Find A Grave. May I have permission to use them in my family tree on Ancestry.com with a notation that credits you with the photography?
Added by NBerger on May 04, 2014 5:10 PM
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