|Bruce Genewich (#46940699)|
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I was retired with time on my hands. I became addicted to the walks in the cemeteries that was needed for my family tree. Unfortunatley I am back to work full time. But, I will help out when I can in Niagara County NY! Cold Springs Cemetery is my most cherished place. Olin H. is the inspiration that got me going. My first volunteer walk was for him and now I know his whole family, so to speak. This photo is of Myself, CJ and Olin Hartley, The Man himself! At my family plot in Cold Springs.|
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|Erica McLean Fitzgerald||Elizabeth Long, Cold Springs|
Thank you for posting the picture of her grave even though there is no marker. I do have her photos for her parents' memorials.
|Phyllis Meyer||Pamela Wakeman Conkey|
Family connection was made from the manager of James B. Conkey memorial not mine so I can not change it
|Erica McLean Fitzgerald||RE: Elzabeth Long Cold springs|
Thank you for your efforts. Would it be possible to get a picture of the area where Elizabeth Long is buried, even though there is no stone? Any other pictures that you have would be an added bonus. I understand if you are unable to get back there. Thanks again for trying and let me know if you are able to get back there.
|2ulips||Charles G. Dunning|
Found Charles G. Dunning this afternoon on your findagrave site, I believe the death date recorded on the cemetery marker for Charles should read 7 Jul 1854 versus 7 Jul 1851 that you have recorded. If you look closely enough you will see the "4"
Added by 2ulips on Apr 02, 2014 3:24 PM
|Frank Sattler||LeRoy Parmelee|
LeRoy Earl Parmelee was my grand uncle. I have a lot of good information for his bio that we could submit to Find A Grave to see if we can get him listed as famous. My grandfather, Channing Barret Parmelee is buried next to LeRoy in Toledo Memorial Park. Channing played for the Brooklyn Dodgers in spring training in 1936 under Casey Stengel, who was LeRoy's manager when he played for the Toledo Mudhens. Channing didn't make the Dodgers major league team, but played for the Dayton Ducks during the 1936 season. I'll work on a bio for LeRoy when I get a chance.
|Judith D||RE: LeRoy Parmalee|
My this sounds complicated! Let me do a bit of research and perhaps with your experience we can succeed together.
Added by Judith D on Feb 23, 2014 8:34 PM
|Irene White||Chauncey Leonard|
Thank you for your time & trouble but my Chauncey Leonard died in the area of Saybrook, Ashtabula Co, OH - both of them have birth & death dates within just a few years of each other.
Irene Leonard White
|Beverly Busselle Plack||RE: Barnard|
Thanks for making the changes for Maria Barnard and Alford Eddy.
|derocheck||RE: Mangold in cold springs|
Thank You yes that would e great its his son
Thank you for the photo did you notice any other mangolds near him Thank you
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