|Thomas A Hawkins (#46513232)|
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IMPORTANT UPDATE - HENCEFORTH, DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS, MY GENEALOGY RESEARCH WILL BE LIMITED.|
Greetings! As a descendant of many of the memorials I have placed on Findagrave (FAGrv), I wish to foremost, honor their lives & memories by adding as much as I can to their pages. As such, this is what we can do in this regard.
*[Suggest A Correction] or (SAC) (edit) link found on the icon bar located just below the deceased persons name on their memorial page. If you have a suggested correction, please log on to Findagrave and follow the prompts.
If you wish to add a obituary, other memorial information
or to ask a question concerning the memorial, please use the "Suggest any other correction or addition" link option and I will respond asap.
*Private emails and questions left on my "Your Messages" page tend to be of a lesser priority and may take several days to complete.
*Findagrave has guidelines for transfers
(4 generations I think). I will gladly extend beyond the 4 Gen's if you are a serious researcher. Also I believe, that if you wish to honor a deceased distant relation (or a friend) than I will not stand in the way of your efforts.
*Some people believe transfer requests should not be made for memorials of friends or for family surnames strictly for genealogical purposes. I don't buy this notion! I believe that genealogists help us as a connection between the living & the dead, distinguishing who we are & whence we came. So, if you are researching a family name & see that I have entered numerous surnames of interest, I would be happy to transfer the whole lot to you
(unless of course I am also researching the same name).
I would be be most grateful if other people would allow me the same courtesy. :^)
*In conjunction with the spirit of Findagrave.com I also contribute my personal families genealogical information to Werelate.org. Please see note below for additional information.
*You are welcome to use my photos for non-commercial purposes without obtaining my prior permission, as long as their use is within the rules and guidelines of Findagrave.com, and the ownership source provided is clearly stated each time.
*Unfortunately, due to time constraints, I am no longer able to do family lookups & other genealogical researches.
This also includes going to Libraries, Courthouses, & Cemeteries to search for records & tombstone information.
My circle of family names include.
Hawkins (All families living in New England or with Northern US roots).
Parkinson, Allen, Batchelder, Bartlett & Leroy (NY & New England) Babcock, Clark, Tyrer, Knight, Wilbur & Irish families (ditto)
Earl family of Western NY,PA & NJ
Waite & Buchanan (Related to the Earl family)
Ahles, Warner & Reuter (German immigrants to Western NY)
Links of Interest:
Please visit Don Gentner's compilation of German immigrants to Western New York from Baden Germany.
The Wiesental~Springville connection
WeRelate.org is a free public-service wiki for genealogy sponsored by the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy in partnership with the Allen County Public Library. It is the world's largest genealogy wiki with pages for over 2,065,000 people and growing. WeRelate is currently in beta. It is supported by volunteers and your tax-deductible donations.
Please check into this free website & consider sharing your memorial information with other researchers.
I do have quite a collection of cemetery records & photos of burials in Concord, Collins & parts of Sardinia/ Boston/ Colden (Erie Co., NY) cemeteries.
I'm slowly adding these records to FAGrv & WeRelate.org again as time permits.
My wife & I have submitted many of these records to the Town of Concord Genealogy Library aka
"The Lucy Bensley Genealogy Center"
located on North Buffalo Street in Springville, New York,
(PO Box 425)
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Thank you for the Hughey pictures.
|Ann Price||George Spooner|
Thank you SO much for the picture of George Spooner's headstone. It led to the other pictures of the family that I needed. Again, thank you!!!
|jdd20cu||Anna Ebel Headstone|
Thank you for taking the photo.
Added by jdd20cu on Nov 27, 2016 5:49 PM
|Yvonne Smith||Samuel Haines/Haynes|
Thanks! Great photo. Amazingly well preserved stone. Much appreciated.
Thank you for the transfer. On my search for information on Ann Phillips Mckernan , where did you get her information? A cemetery leger? Thank you again for your time, Claire
Added by claire a on Nov 12, 2016 9:59 AM
|Lucy Grover||All JOnes from Standard Willing nY|
Thank you very much. I greatly appreciate your help it is my family
|Don Ransom||RE: PineHill:Ransoms|
Thank you very much. I greatly appreciate your help.
|Don Ransom||Grave stones-pine hill cemetery|
Have you found a gravestone for Orrin Cortez Ransom?
I am certain he is buried at pine hill cemetery in Gowanda new York.
His grave would be by a larger stone "chester ransom"
if any info, please contact me.
|Michael Moroney||Isaac Abbott|
Thank you very much for finding this! Isaac has been one of the tougher ancestors to research.
Can you read the line below the date of death, should be something like "Æ x Y x M x D" for the age. Also is the date of death 1848 or 1818? Looks more like 1818 but could be 1848.
|Carol Seward||Mary Ann's maiden name is Bates|
Mary Ann's maiden name is not Milks. That was her mother's maiden name. She was Sarah (Sally) Milks who married Asa Bates who lived his adult life in NY state. However, he was reported to have been born in MA or ME 7 July 1793. Since ME was not a state but a part of MA in 1793, either is correct.
I am searching for Asa's Bates parents who were probably born in what is now MA. Anyone know of Asa?
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