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Tucker (#46991628)
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P. Eadie
Stanley Baker Jr.
Hi, We just returned from Locustwood Cemetery in Cherry Hill, Nj where we successfully located and photographed Stanley Baker's grave marker. With him is Rosetta Baker ( 1925-2003). Would you like her photograph? She does not appear to have a memorial in Find A Grave. If you would post a memorial for her, I will be happy to upload the photo for you. Please advise, Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Aug 29, 2014 5:49 PM
Colleen Seney
RE: Eunice Lobdell Collins Haynes
Thank you for the transer of Eunice Lobdell Collins.

Collins is part of my family. I am intrested in the Weaver family buried in Saranac, NY Independence Cemetery. Do you have info to share?
Thanks,
Colleen I can be reached at Carleenseney@aol.com
Added by Colleen Seney on Jul 20, 2014 8:55 PM
Tombstoner
RE: Baskerville family
Although I could not find the gravestone, I have just found this website after a Google search:
www.toxtethparkinscriptions.co.uk

This is what they record about the gravestone:

H 13 BASKERVILLE. (C.N.286)

Large thin, upright, square white stone column on a tiered base, badly weathered. In / loving memory of / Charles Henry Le Herman, / son of Charles Henry BASKERVILLE, / who died ?? September 1871, / aged 8 months. / Also the above / Charles Henry BASKERVILLE, / who died ?? Dec. 1891, / aged 55 years. / Also Florence BASKERVILLE / daughter of the above / who died 13th October 1913, / aged 49 years. / Also the above / Lavinia BASKERVILLE, / who died 26th February 1915, / aged 73 years.

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I hope that you will find this helpful
Added by Tombstoner on Jun 25, 2014 8:57 AM
Pat D.
RE: Daniel Guth
You are welcome.... families seem to fall into one of 2 categories. Those with too common a name, and those with an obscure and hard to trace name. Let me know if you wish to look up anyone else in the Zion German Reform Church records, as I have these records here.
Pat D.
Added by Pat D. on Apr 02, 2014 3:16 PM
Colleen Seney
RE: Eunice Lobdell Collins Haynes
Thank you for the transfer. I am from the Collins family in Clinton County. Very large family to research.

Thank you again,
Colleen
Added by Colleen Seney on Nov 29, 2013 8:33 PM
Colleen Seney
Eunice Lobdell Collins Haynes
Eunice birth date is September 20, 1805 born in Vermont, died in Saranac, Clinton County, NY married twice husband Haynes 65174853. Would you consider transferring Eunice and her husbands.

Thanks,
Colleen Seney
Added by Colleen Seney on Nov 03, 2013 2:09 PM
AnnNonimous
Baker
Jessie M Baker and Stanley Baker have one single marker [Jessie's] , and are both buried in ONE grave #234 1/2, per the cemetery office.
Added by AnnNonimous on Oct 31, 2013 9:28 PM
AnnNonimous
I have photos for you
Jessie May Haas Baker at Harleigh Cemetery.

I have pictures of graves next to their ONE grave too.
My grandmother was a Haas, so I was familiar with your work.
I see that you are doing a serious job, unlike too many people using f.a.g. to post their family tree, mixing reality and fiction.
email me at
verydisposable
gmail
Added by AnnNonimous on Oct 26, 2013 6:28 PM
Duncansadat
David W. Winslow
Hi there Tucker,

My name is Duncan Robertson. I'm a producer on a show for Bio Channel that's all about re-connecting people with their previously unknown past by doing immense amounts of research to connect what they do know to real events and geneology. I believe one of our cast has a connection to a man named David William Winslow. He died in 1957 and was buried at the George Washington Memorial Park.

I found his gravestone in the records on this site and saw that you took the picture. I would very much like to use this photo on our show, but in order to use one of your photos on TV, I need your permission. There's an official materials release that we would need you to sign. Would you mind helping me out by signing that dicument? I can't attach the document to this note, as it is through the website, but if you would drop me a line at duncan@twelve02.tv I would really appreciate it!

Thank you!
-d
Added by Duncansadat on Oct 16, 2013 6:43 PM
Lynn J. Gauthier
Eunice Nichols
Hello again,
Additional information added to photo captions.
Lynn
Added by Lynn J. Gauthier on Sep 04, 2013 4:38 PM
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