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|Ron||Col. F. D. Curtis|
Would you please add this bit of information for Col. F. D. Curtis, Find A Grave Memorial# 99684174.
Progressive agriculture has sustained a severe loss in the death of Col. F. D. Curtis, of New York, distinguished as a dairyman and writer, and conductor of the traveling dairy schools of his native state. He died on May 29th, in the midst of his work, he having been seized by disease on the 26th, while conducting a dairy school at Cuba, New York.
Homestead (Des Moines, Iowa), 3 Jul 1891, Fri, page 5.
Added by Ron on Jul 10, 2015 3:20 PM
If you aren't satisfied with this photo I took a couple of others at different angles as the stone is very worn and difficult to read
|William Fox||Myron Daggett|
Hello Laura, Would you be willing to transfer Myron Daggett's memorial #117087252 to me? He was the eldest brother of my Great Grandmother, Rachel (Daggett) Winne of Broadalbin, Fulton County, New York. This was a be surprise because John L. and Sarah (Brumighim) Daggett must have named another son after Myron as a Myron shows in the 1850 Glenville Census. The second Myron was a soldier in the Civil War along with his brother DeLafayette Daggett. I wonder IF the inscription on this headstone is clear or could the date of death be wrong? Thank you for this big surprise. I am, William L. Fox.
|Terry W.||Joseph Hagaman|
Thank-you for locating and posting the photo for Joseph Hagaman; Find A Grave Memorial# 54074782 and his wife. I was not even sure if their markers still existed. They seem to be in very fine condition.
Added by Terry W. on Jul 31, 2014 11:49 AM
|David Gips||Jane Tayer|
Thank you so much Laura for the photo.
Thank you so much for publishing the photo of Fanny E. Cuyler's gravestone.
Added by Eleanor on May 11, 2014 6:05 PM
|Brenda E.||Chauncey Seymour|
I never thought I would see Chauncey's face! Thanks for sharing the photos of him and Eliza. I have been researching the family on behalf of my godfather, who is the great-great grandson of Chauncey and his second wife Jane.
|kim mabee||the Cornells|
Many thanks for your generosity Laura!! I will take good care of the great grandparents!!
Thank you for sharing; and thank you for taking the time. Regards, Cid
Added by Cid on Nov 22, 2013 10:08 PM
|Rod Bates||Thank You|
Thank you Laura for taking the time to fulfill my photo requests for Mary and Elizabeth Angle. The photos turned out great and with your permission I'd like to add them to my ancestry.com family tree.
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