|Harold Colby (#47143852)|
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|Ken Brown||Thanks for Mary Cafferty photos ...|
Thanks for taking the photos of Mary Cafferty's grave stone. It appears that it had been covered up with grass, so thanks for the extra effort.
Can you email the files to me so I can use the photos on ancestry.com? Did you notice if any other Cafferty graves aree in the area? Mary and James Cafferty had 12 children, so I would be interested to know if any of them are buried there also.
|Roma Tekovi||Thank you|
I can't begin to thank you enough.
|charles mcdonald||Samuel S. Ladd|
Thanks for getting the photo od Samuel S.Ladd.
|Ken Brown||RE: James Cafferty|
Thanks for your help and for the pictures.
|Ken Brown||RE: James Cafferty|
Thanks for the photo of James Cafferty's grave site. We had been out of town until late last night, so sorry for the late acknowledgement.
Could you send the original files to me by email at email@example.com
I would like to add them to our family tree on ancestry.com
|charles mcdonald||George Van Horn|
Thanks for getting the photo of George Van Horn's headstone.
|dennis miller||RE: Ashbel Hotchkiss|
Thanks Harold. I made a memorial for William B Hart that you took the photo of his stone. He was a Grandson of Lydia Hotchkiss Hart.Could you please upload the photo that you took to his page? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=39297075 I will work on finding the exact place where Ashbel is buried. Thanks again!! Dennis
|dennis miller||RE: Lydia Hotchkiss|
Thanks so much, Harold! You might need sketch paper and crayons to rub the other stone to read it. I have done that.I have a 1934 transcription of that cemetery and Lydia is the only Hotchkiss listed so evidentally it wasnt legiable then! While you are there, her 1st husband Thomas Hart is buried there as are her daughters Anna Nancy Hart and Lydia Hart who both died young. They all had stones in 1934! If you happen to see their stones could you grab a photo? I have made them memorials but have not requested photos as i thought you might wanna look for them? Thanks again for the beautiful photos of Lydias' stone.Its amazing that it still exists after 200 years.Lydias' 2nd husband is buried in a different cemetery and i know who owns his memorial so i just sent a request for her to add Lydia as a spouse. I also sent a request to the gal that owns Lydias' to add Thomas as a spouse. I have already added links to both of Lydias' children to her as the mother and thomas hart as the father. Trying to get the family all linked together again. Thanks again- Dennis from Toledo
|Diana L. Brace||Elizabeth Jerome|
So you did find Elizabeth Stone. Thank you so very much. Boy, she has a different shaped stone than I am used to seeing. I like it. This means a whole lot to me and I will be adding the photo to my genealogy data.
|Lenore||RE: John Stanley|
Thanks, Harold---I appreciate all your help and effort.
Added by Lenore on Jul 03, 2009 9:07 PM
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