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Tucker (#46991628)
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Bob L.
RE: Haile Taber graves at Kickemuit
You're very welcome. I'm always disappointed when I can't fulfill a request. Also, thanks for your comment on the poem. It's a favorite of mine. Bob
Added by Bob L. on Jul 12, 2015 10:18 AM
Jayne Beers
RE: Edgar Haas Earlham Cemetery
You're welcome to include the photo in your family tree. Glad that you liked the photo of him.
Added by Jayne Beers on Jul 12, 2015 7:20 AM
Teresa Pask
Photograph of Grave in Valleau Cemetery
Hello Tucker

Thank you so much for the photograph of Durant Watson Pask, and his family.

You can see a photograph (albeit as a young child) of Durant on our website. See

We will include your name in the citation, when we update the website.

Sincere thanks,
Teresa Pask
Pask One-Name Study
Port Solent, Portsmouth, England, UK
Added by Teresa Pask on Jun 23, 2015 3:04 AM
RE: Eugene Keet
You are welcome. Holly Keck Funeral Home is in Elmira. It appears that Eugene died in Elmira, New York on April 7, 1961 and the remains were sent to Saranac Lake for interment.
Added by whitepaper on May 16, 2015 6:06 AM
Bob Collins
RE: Margaret Wheeler McCall
Margaret McCall's grave is in what is called a "single-grave" or "public" lot. These were areas of small grave spaces, approx 4 x 8, but quite deep. Each grave could accommodate only a single stone, but up to 5 adults, more if children, infants, ashes, or reinterments were placed there. A great many of these graves are unmarked, but they are all well mapped.
Added by Bob Collins on May 16, 2015 5:04 AM
P. Eadie
Stanley Baker
Hi Tucker,
I'm sorry but I have no information about the missing stone. I take pictures at family request. Perhaps if you called the cemetery, they might have information for you. Good luck on your quest. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Nov 05, 2014 12:26 PM
Damaris Coggeshall Stoddard
RE: Sally Hackstaff - Peru Cemetery

I've been doing some research on the discrepancy of the maiden names of Sally Hackstaff. We're both right! :)

Sally (Clark) Hackstaff was born in 1796 in Wallingord, VT. She died 8 Dec 1889 in Peru, Clinton Co., NY. She married John Lodowick Hackstaff.

Sally (Haskins) Hackstaff was born 1772 in Massachusetts and died 4 Nov 1847, in Peru, Clinton Co., NY. She married John Lemuel Hackstaff.


Sally Olark was born in Walllngford,
Vt., Jan. 4,1796. Her father removed to
Peru, N. Y., with his family In 1803, when
she was seven years old.

She was married on Christmas day, 1817,
to John Loderiok Haokstaff, who died a
number of years ago."

Added by Damaris Coggeshall Stodda... on Oct 28, 2014 5:58 PM
P. Eadie
Stanley Baker Jr.
We just returned from Harleigh Cemetery in Camden, NJ where it was confirmed that Stanley and Jessie Baker were buried in the Maplewood Section Plot 234 1/2. When we arrived at the site, there was a grave marker for Jessie (which is already posted to the Find A Grave memorial page) but nothing for Stanley. Adjacent to jesse are two concrete slabs with no stone. I have a picture of the missing plaque. If you would like this photo, I will upload it to Stanley's memorial page. Please advise. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Oct 05, 2014 1:27 PM
Damaris Coggeshall Stoddard
RE: Sally Hackstaff - Peru Cemetery
Our records show a maiden name for Sally Hackstaff as Haskins, daughter of Elephalet and Deliverance (Runnels) Haskins Elephalet died at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Relatives have joined the Sons of the American revolution based on that information, so I have assumed that the SAR would have checked on the accuracy of my relatives claim.

Can you tell me where you got the information that her maiden name was Clark?

I'd appreciate any help you an give me. I'd hate to have the wrong information in my tree.

Thank you.

Damaris Coggeshall Stoddard
Added by Damaris Coggeshall Stodda... on Oct 02, 2014 12:28 PM
P. Eadie
RE: Stanley Baker Jr.
You are very welcome as I was happy to assist. Do not feel and need to apologize. Find A Grave is all about finding our past but I feel that our present families are so much more important. Take care of your dad. Speedy recovery to him. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Sep 21, 2014 6:32 PM
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