|Gerri Gray (#47611187)|
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Cemetery photography is one of my passions, and I especially enjoy taking pictures of Victorian and Edwardian era gravestones. |
If you're interested in viewing my photography, please check out my Facebook page: Gerri Gray's Cemetery Photography (link below).
If you have any photo requests for graves in and around Madison County, New York, please let me know and I'll try my best to photograph them for you.
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|John Hayes||Mary Louise Nixdorf|
Gerri, thanks so much for posting Mary's grave site. She is my aunt and i had no idea where she was resting.
Her mothers mothers Grave Memorial # is 74169644 and her Fathers is 128732856 if you care to add them?
|Mary Fisher||David Howell|
Thank you for all your contributions to FindaGrave. May we please use your photo on our family tree with credit to you? Thank you for your consideration. Mary
Geri, Thank you first of all. I am unable to view the photo for some reason when I click on the link sent to me
Added by Sandy on Oct 09, 2013 2:34 PM
|Curtis L. Tobin Sr.||Bushnell family|
There are two Mehitable Bushnells at the Oneida Lake cemetery, please let me know which one you wish changed. Thanx. Curt
|Sandy||RE: Oneida Lake|
I do have one request. There is a grave memorial for one Martin Bushneel, but supposedly there is a Martin Erastus Bushnell b1813 He is the husband of Mehettable Chaoman you photographed for me. He doesn't have a memorial page on the web site but would love to have a photo if the grave is there
Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut, USA
Saybrook Colony, CT
Marriage to Mehettable CHAPMAN
, , , USA
Marriage to Mehettable CHAPMAN
Added by Sandy on Sep 28, 2013 9:03 PM
Gerri, thank you so much for taking all of the photos I requested at Oneida Lake. I live in Texas and this has been a great help!!
Added by Sandy on Sep 28, 2013 7:30 PM
|Michael Hill||RE: LoMastro gravestones|
Glad to be of assistance. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any other photo requests in the area. I "liked" your FB page.
|Dana Spencer||RE: John Finck|
John Finck is the brother of my ancestor, and as a genealogical researcher I want correct data. I get many requests for change. Please do not take offense. Many of us come and go from the site over time, and it is correct that years later someone will come up with a change. Most of my data went on Find a Grave in 2008, but I have correct 100s of my mistakes I made along with transferring gravesites to relatives. No one is questioning your work or effort but with genealogy there are many many mistakes made. Just to add a little humor, I came across a site in KY where the gentlemen, dressed in a suit was b. 1597 and he d. sometime in the early 1600s. This is remarkable because Jamestown was settled as you know in 1607 and the Pilgrims didn't get here until 1619 or thereabouts. Someone wasn't listening well in there history class!
|Ron Fink||RE: Sgt John Fink|
This is so interesting. Daughters of the American Revolution list internments at Oakwood prior to 1833 but not John in 1833. Ancestry lists five internments at Oakwood, not John nor any relatives. Town records show the cemetery was first formed on October 22, 1864 with its first internment shortly thereafter.
Would you have a photo of the plot map you found on the building?
Having none of John's relatives buried near him is very logical. I can only find one of his children's graves and that was 1795. John's wife died in 1823 but no guarantee where she was buried.
Any information about this would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Ron Fink on Aug 06, 2013 5:02 AM
|Virginia Arnold||Ida Eddy|
Thank you for the headstone photo
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