|C. Rose (#47329884)|
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THANK YOU to all the volunteers for your hard work. It's a great community.|
PLEASE USE EDIT ON MEMORIAL WHEN REQUESTING CHANGES OR TRANSFER: I no longer process questions or changes on memorials unless the edit tab is used.
You are welcome to use any photo I've taken.
Let me know if I have helped your family search; it's my REWARD for my work.
I will gladly delete a memorial of your family member; just ask politely.
Thanks so much.
" As life runs on the road grows strange,
With faces new, and near the end
The mile stones into head stones change.
'Neath every one a friend."
This lovely bud, so young, so fair, called hence by early doom.
"Refuse me not, this little spot
My wearied limbs to rest
Till I shall rise with sweet surprise
And be forever blest."
I MAY HAVE LOST SOME EMAILS FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2013 UNTIL DECEMBER 7, 2013. PLEASE RESEND. SORRY FOR THIS.
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|J Delity||Ebenezer Dunten|
Thanks for the information on Ebenezer Dunten. Sorry I didn't catch the fact that your record was already there although I guess if the spelling was different, I can see how it happened. Hopefully I have added all of the information correctly and made the linkage to his wife.
Hope all is well and that things are starting to warm up!
Added by J Delity on Apr 09, 2014 12:41 PM
|Jacob Bonner||Snowd Branch Cemetery|
Thank you for your comment, and also your help with the Snowd Branch Cemetery. Nathan Mizell was my great grandfather. His mother, Bertha, was born to Lou Crisp before she married Redding Warren. Her biological father was of the surname James, though my only source is word of mouth from Bertha's granddaughter. I don't think Redding Warren ever legally adopted her (though I'm not certain). I think she usually went by Crisp, though her children and grandchildren may have used Warren due to the fact that all her half-siblings were Warren's. But it certainly doesn't help with the confusion! Thanks.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Lillian Briggs Hoppe|
Thanks for the above transfer. Now I can work on her Briggs Family lines. I appreciate all your work in find a grave. Richard
|Family Hunter||RE: Huse|
Sorry we were away, yes they are next to Karr Huse's stone. I have a photo of the whole Huse family plot. John is his son, Sarah Stott was his daughter.
If you send me your email address I can send you that photo.
|Margaret Nolan||McMichael and Mooney families|
I have seen several of the obits you have posted from the Copenhagen area and really appreciate that you have done this! I wondered if you might have come across any obits for the McMichael family (lived in Rutland, Copenhagen and Carthage, Lowville, Pinckney)? Specifically I am looking for Daniel McMichael who was buried in Carthage (Fairview?) we believe. He died in 1901 in Rutland and his funeral was held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rutland. His wife was Catherine Mooney McMichael and you have posted several Mooney obits, specifically from Riverside Cemetery. If you have hers or other obits from the Mooney families, that would be wonderful to know also. Thanks very much!
|Family Hunter||RE: Huse|
She dropped my requests. If you go back to that cemetery I would appreciate if you could get a photo of John Huse & Sarah & James Stott.
They are buried right next to Karr Huse.
|Jan Grant||Julia Ann Bowdish Robbins|
Thank you so very much for posting the photo of Julia's headstone. It is greatly appreciateed!
Jan Player Grant
|CHerr||RE: william lord|
Thanks, Charlotte, maybe it was my email glitching up.
I did all the photos at Locust Grove and Leyden Hill (also known as Lord cemetery) two years ago.
this summer season, I've done the photos at Collinsville and am presently working on the photos taken of the whole of Port Leyden and Turin. I am planning on trying to do Brantingham and St Peters at New Bremen.
so many stones, so little time.
Thanks for the info.
Added by CHerr on Sep 01, 2013 3:48 PM
|Joanne Thompson Berger||RE: Antonelli|
His mother & my grandmother were sisters. My mom spent alot of summers up there and was very close with all of her cousins. Now they are all gone except my mom....Joanne
|Frank L. Cain||RE: Betty's photo|
Thank you very much I put John picture on the grave his ashes are scattered on the grave.
Thanks again Frank
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