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Susan Beardsley (#47033136)
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Bio Photo If you're related to someone I've posted, I'd love to hear from you. If I've created a memorial for someone you've been looking for, I'd enjoy hearing about that too. If I've messed something up, don't be afraid to speak up.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to the contributors who have created memorials that helped me find family members, who have been generous with transfers, and enabled me to connect my ancestors. I applaud their efforts and their dedication and am proud to have memorials that bear their names. I hope to be able to do the same for others.
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Yankee Magnolia
RE: Louie Beach
I've transferred Louie Beach to you. Sounds like an interesting project. If you need more help at the Kensington Cemetery please let me know. Good luck.
Added by Yankee Magnolia on Sep 21, 2014 10:04 AM
Yankee Magnolia
Louie Beach
Hi Susan. You've asked for a transfer of Louie Beach. May I ask your relationship to him? Thanks.
Added by Yankee Magnolia on Sep 20, 2014 6:30 AM
Owen Jones
Amos Dickinson #59552189
Hi Susan,
Loved the detailed information on Amos Dickinson and family. Thank you! Very helpful!
I have one minor correction and one "truth is stranger than fiction" comment.
The correction is under Amos Benj. Coomer Dickinson. His wife, Ann Jones, was the daughter of Preserved Jones and PRUDENCE Frink (not Patience Frink). No big deal. Preserved and Prudence were my great great grandparents so I know this one.
The truth is stranger than fiction comment - Ann Jones, Amos B.C. Dickinson's wife, was the big sister of my great grandfather Major Jones (b. 1826 in Bath, NY). Major Jones' second wife was.... Fanny Dickinson. Fanny Dickinson was Amos B.C. Dickinson's niece; in other words, Samuel Dickinson's daughter.
The Frink, the Dickinson and the Jones family are all inextricably entwined in Steuben County, NY.
Added by Owen Jones on May 18, 2014 6:07 PM
George Harger
Harger Cemetery
Yes, I have seen two transcriptions of Harger Cemetery. Added plot locations from the 1st and added additional memorials from the 2nd, as the cemetery is active adding burials in recent years. My relatives are in the rear s/w corner. Their ancestors are from England, entering NY, to CT, to NY, then MI.
Added by George Harger on Apr 30, 2014 12:41 PM
George Harger
RE: Emory Beardsley in Harger Cemetery
Have been studying the materials on the website that includes Harger Cemetery. Can you tell me if there are any stones in the first row along Pinckney Road other than Emory Beardsley? The transcription file states that dates were taken from stones, but that may not be right. Seems all 30 spots may be from Infirmary and Sanatorium residents, that could not afford stones. Thank you.
Added by George Harger on Apr 26, 2014 5:07 PM
Barb W
40604765 Esther Warren Apps
Esther's father Cornelius Dave aka Charles David Warren according to records was the brother of Amos Warren (my great grandfather) and the Uncle of my grandfather Albert Warren.

My father is the oldest living child of Albert Warren at the age of 83!

I would love to know the history of Esther's Father and the family information you may have.

My email is or you can leave a message on my page.

Added by Barb W on Apr 25, 2014 10:36 PM
George Harger
RE: Emory Beardsley in Harger Cemetery
Thank you for the info on the Sanitorium, Infirmary and Poor Farm. Found the Livingston County Poor Farm Cemetery on Find A Grave and it is fully documented. I have been adding memorials to Harger Cemetery from a newer transcription listing. Those in the 2 Potters Field Plots had not been originally entered, likely because there were no stones. Some say died at Sanatorium and I posted that beautiful post card (believe it is public domain being so old) in lieu of stones. I want to do that too for the ones that say died at Infirmary, so I am trying to find an accurate photo. The deaths were in the late 1840's.
Added by George Harger on Apr 24, 2014 11:17 PM
C. J. Dixon
Sarah Catherine Cline Morse
Hi Susan:

Thanks so much for updating Sarah's memorial.

My Best,

C.J. Dixon
Added by C. J. Dixon on Apr 24, 2014 4:55 PM
George Harger
Emory Beardsley in Harger Cemetery
Do you have anything more specific on County Infirmary? Is it the same or related to MI County Sanitarium. Bunch of the Potters Field plot just say died at Infirmary and I would like to post a photo if I can be sure.
Added by George Harger on Apr 24, 2014 11:31 AM
Tami Reed
Minnie & Julian Wheat
Hello Susan - As per your request, I have transferred Minnie & Julian Wheat into your care. I am always happy to transfer memorials into the loving care of a relative.
Thank you,
Added by Tami Reed on Apr 21, 2014 9:48 AM
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