|Bruce Coyne (#47569362)|
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Doing family research on Coyne/Cohen and in-laws in Clark Mills, Oneida county and central New York.|
I have created virtual cemeteries for the Revolutionary, 1812 and Civil war veterans and wives buried in Jefferson, Lewis, Franklin, Clinton, Essex and St Lawrence counties, NY. The Revolutionary and 1812 cemeteries were created from lists found online. The Civil war list consists of stones I have come across and suggestions from others.
Any additions, links or corrections you have for the memorials would be most welcome. Please send them by using the "Edit" tag on the memorial in question. Many obits and other news items are posted in the "Family Events" section of my homepage. The "Revolution & 1812" page contains lists of Revolutionary burials.
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|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Robert Gaskin|
I have another vet from the Korean war. Thought you might want to add to your list. He was born in Watertown..His Find A Grave # is 120951760.He was in my Dixon/Bamford line
|Wendi Bevitt||RE: Plank & Van InGen stones|
Thanks for the link to the letter! I had to look JD Farwell up, had not heard his name before. They are both off of Henry & Margaret (VanInGen) Plank's children (Henry & Margaret are children of John & Joseph respectively). Ours is Josiah Plank, JD's line is Nancy (Plank) Farwell. Thanks for the info & again for the pics!
|Wendi Bevitt||Plank & Van InGen stones|
Bruce, thank you so much for taking the pics of the Plank & VanInGen stones at the Plank Cemetery! We live in Kansas. They are my hubby's ancestors. Were you unable to find Nellie Plank's stone? I see that her dates were unknown on the record & it looks like a really small cemetery so figured that was the case, but wanted to check. Thanks for volunteering for Find a Grave! :)
Bruce: I have added a photo of gravestone to 11304162 for Alfred. (courtesy of NNYGenealogy) I know he is not your memorial - the contributor seems to be unresponsive, but he is a son of your Samuel and Hepzibah.
Thanks for all your help with the Carey clan Bruce--I'm most grateful. Your photos are wonderful, too--I really appreciate your thoughtfulness and care in adding them. If you have time, would you kindly link Elsie & Gilbert to their parents, Morris and Editha? Also, Elsie's husband Charles W. Nims b. Jan 1853, d.1941, is in Cedar Grove cem as well, if you wanted to set him up & link to Elsie? If you get a chance, I've included a bio for Zenas' father, Levi Carey (my 5th g-grandfather), that you might like to read. Thanks again!
Added by Deb on Aug 02, 2013 3:22 PM
|Alan||RE: Cat Photo|
bECAUSE MY KITTIES ARE MORE FAMILY TO ME THAN MOST OF MY HUMANS.
Added by Alan on Jul 10, 2013 8:16 AM
|history4sure||Jonathan H. Allen|
Bruce: Thanks for the DAR info on Jonathan - I have added it. Nice to talk again ~ Shirleen
|Scott Robertson||James Heaton 1752-1821|
Thanks Bruce for the new source. This clears up at least which James Heaton supposedly died in Harford NY.
This James Heaton and another James Heaton are so often compounded into one person by genealogists that I've made a crusade out of finding the birth info of the other one, who was well known except for birth and parentage. The other James, whose family went to St Lawrence County after he died in Addison County, is findagrave memorial #55671938 and the details are here: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=geolheaton&id=I683
I'm not related, a departed friend is, but my g-g-gfather Henry Dayton was from St Lawrence County. We know nothing about him but he appears to be closely associated with Isaac Sackett and with Potsdam's oldest citizen, Martin H West.
|Cathy Truesdale||Reuben and Martha Pitcher|
Thank you so very much for taking the pictures of my 4th great grandparents and adding them to their FindaGrave memorials. That was so kind and thoughtful of you, I really appreciate. If you have any relatives in DuPage, Kane or Kendall Counties in Illinois and need pictures of their headstones,let me know.
|Jim Almquist||Gile Hall - Woodside Cem|
Hey Bruce - thanks a bunch for the transfer of Giles. I wouldn't have known that he was a fiper in the War of 1812, had you not posted that.
I do appreciate your efforts.
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