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Many of my memorials are for family or for shirt-tail relations − that is, relatives of relatives, and their relatives. Some are for people who interest me because they crossed paths with other people who interest me. Some are for people I know nothing about and have no apparent connection with. I found their names in cemetery records, or took photos of their gravestones while looking for other gravestones. |
Genealogy has been a hobby since I was a kid, long before the Internet revolutionized it. I'm thankful to people in the pre-digital past who recorded gravestones that may long since have vanished or become unreadable. I have no doubt that Find A Grave will outlast many of the monuments it documents and outlive every one of its current contributors. Virtual flowers left on a Find A Grave memorial will not wilt or be swept away by groundskeepers.
Thanks to the work of everyone who has helped build Find A Grave − developers and members with contributions large and small − I have been able to locate graves I might never have found otherwise and see cemeteries I may never visit in person. I am in awe of members whose tallies soar into the thousands and beyond. I'm very grateful to those people who walk cemeteries, cataloging every headstone, and who spend long hours transcribing and uploading cemetery records.
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Thank you, Cousin Leona, for getting me hooked!
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|MissKitty||Edward Lind Morse gravestone photo|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Edward Lind Morse (Memorial# 58678452)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Francis Donovan||Find A Grave Memorial# 58678323|
Alida Livingston Breese Morse is the daughter of Senator Sidney Breese of Illinois
Finda a Grave Memorial #7170034
Reference: Obituary New York Times 30 Jun 1927
MORSE - Alida Livingston Breese Morse
"She was the daughter of United States Senator Breese of Illinois"
|Francis Donovan||Memorial# 58678323|
Alida Livingston Breese Morse was born on 24 July 1853 in Carlyle, IL She died on 29 Jun 1927 in Brooklyn, Kings County, NY
Reference: New York Times 30 Jun 1927
Mrs. Alida Livingston Breese Morse, widow of the grandson of the inventor of the telegraph, died yesterday morning in Caledonia Hospital in Brooklyn at age 73. She was the daughter of United States senator Breese from Illinois
|Francis Donovan||Find A Grave Memorial# 58678873|
Samuel Finley Breese Morse was born in Old Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT.
|Francis Donovan||Manette Antil Lansing|
Manette was born in Utica, Oneida County, NY
She died in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT
Reference: New York Times 6 Nov 1888 page 5
MORSE - At Saybrook, Conn Monday Nov 5, 1888 Manette Antil Lansing, widow of Charles W. Morse. Interment in Greenwood. Utica and Oswego (NY) papers please copy.
|Francis Donovan||Clara Croxson Morse|
You have the incorrect dates and grave marker for Clara Croxson Morse. All of youe information and your grave marker photo are for Edward Lind's second daughter by his first marriage to Charlotte Dunning Wood.
Clara Croxson Morse was born circa 1878 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co, NY She married Edward Lind Morse on 16 Oct 1899 in New York, NY
I do not have her date of death or burial location.
Reference: New York Times 17 October 1899 page 7
Morse - Lounsbery Edward Lind Morse of Washington D.C. and Mrs. Clara Croxson Lounsbery of Bedford NY were married at 11 o'clock yesterday morning in the Church of the Ascension, Tenth Street and Fifth Avenue
|Francis Donovan||Liela Livingston Morse|
Liela was born in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co, NY
She died in Georgetown, Williamstown Co, TX
Source: Social Security record 129-14-9399
|Francis Donovan||Catherine Augusta (Crabbe) Morse|
Kate died in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co , NY
Reference: New York times 25 Jan 1880 page 7
Morse - At Poughkeepsie, on Saturday, Jan 24, after a brief illness, Catherine Augusta, daughter of the late John Crabbe of Havana, Cuba and wife of William G. Morse.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on Monday morning, Jan 26, at 11:30 from the church of the Heavenly Rest, 5th Av between 45th and 46th Sts. Galveston (TX) papers please copy.
|Francis Donovan||Dr. William Goodrich Morse|
William was born in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NY. He died in San Diego, San Diego Co, CA.
Reference: New York Times Jan 13, 1933
Dr. William G. Morse
San Diego, CA, Jan 12 -- Dr William G Morse, son of Samuel F B Morse, inventor of the telegraph, died this afternoon in a hospital here. He participated last year in the celebration at New York of the 100th anniversary of the invention of the telegraph. He was 81 years old.
|Francis Donovan||Samuel Arthur Breese Morse|
Samual was born in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co, NY
He died in New Orleans, LA apparently of suicide. Reference: articles in the New Orleans Daily Picayune on 18 and 19 July 1876
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