|Jeff Pincin Sr. (#47078578)|
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Duplicates: There are quite a few duplicate cemeteries and memorials being made. PLEASE do your research before adding anything. Read the Cemetery Guidelines and Memorial Guidelines first. They may answer any question(s) you have.
I am employed by New London Presbyterian Church as Facility and Grounds manager. I got interested in Findagrave after finding multiple people wandering through our cemetery looking for names that I knew weren't in there. I went to another local cemetery and found most of the names that had been listed incorrectly on F.A.G. in our cemetery .
I have now gotten most existing listings that were incorrect fixed. I have added photo's for all existing listings that are correct.I am now in the process of adding all others. If you see info that is not on the stone that I have added, it is from cemetery records. Take it for what it's worth.I am always willing to change or update anything if you have better info. I also have information about many of the listings if that is helpful to anyone.
Please feel free to ask for any help with our cemetery, I will do my best to do whatever is asked.
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|Frank Patnaude||Kyle, Ruth B.|
Ruth B. Kyle is burled in Plot 6021
|Frank Patnaude||Gilliam, Luther|
Luther R. Gilliam is buried in Plot 5831
Deloris A. Reburn is buried in Plot 5701
Thanks very much for the transfer.
Added by SteveZ on Apr 14, 2013 10:23 AM
|purdie mae price||Headstone photo's|
Thanks ever so much for taking the time to do what you do!!!! I really, really appreciate it!!! You are a real GEM!!!
|purdie mae price||Carl and Deanna Parsons|
Hello again, When I read your Bio I was hoping if it would not be too much trouble would you get a copy of Uncle Charlie's Children Carl and Deanna Parsons for me also. Thanks again
|purdie mae price||James Charles Parsons and family|
Thanks ever so much for adding the photo of James Charles and Cora Ellis Parsons Headstone. It really means so much to me to have the photo of Uncle Charlie and Aunt Cora. The photo was fantastic. I live in Tennessee. If I can ever take photo's for you in my area please let me know. Thanks Again you are a GEM!!!!!
|Ronald Walter Tipton||Randall Reynolds|
Thank you so much for transferring my cousin's memorial to me.
Have a great day!
Thank you for the transfer of my cousin.
|Powerseed||Samuel Corry, d. 1758|
Hi Mr. Pincin,
I just want to thank you for your excellent documentation work at the New London Presbyterian cemetery. This is a wonderful and generous thing to do and you are to be commended.
My 4G-grandfather, Samuel Corry/Correy raised six sons on their farms east of NL along State Road. He bought his first NL twp. parcel in 1741 and other adjacent Londonderry twp. land in 1750. He died in 1758, a widower. Each of his sons had a separate trade: A wagon maker, a yeoman farmer, a cordwainer, a tailor, a carpenter and a blacksmith.
Three of the sons went to N. Carolina before the Revolution. My 3G-grandfather, Moses Correy/Curry stayed behind. He was in the Chester Co. militia during the war and lived on the Londonderry twp land until the late 1790s.
As you know, there was a sizable Correy clan in NL but I have not been able to establish a genealogical link to any of them. It may be that Corry got spelled as Correy in the twp. records because there were so many of the latter.
My line were staunch Presbyterians also. In Samuel's death inventory there were a number of religious books and sunday school catechisms (I always associated that word with Catholicism but have found it was used by Protestants as well). Since they lived not much more than a mile for NLPC, they obviously had to attend services there.
I have visited the cemetery a couple of times looking for Samuel's grave without success. Do you have knowledge of the existence of unmarked graves in the cemetery? Also, since he died in 1758, I was wondering what the earliest internment dates are. Any insights would be appreciated.
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