I've been working on my family's genealogy for just a short time, but have quickly become "hooked" in the search for long-lost ancestors who I never knew.
I began adding records here as a way of hopefully "paying forward" all of the kindness that has been shown to me in genealogy quest. Hopefully some of the info that I post on here will help someone else out in kind.
Hi You have made a memorial for a person named Philadelphia Tyndall who is buried in the Cobble Hill Cemetery in Boston, New York. According to the 1880 census records for Boston, NY on Ancestry.com, she was born in 1802 in England and had a husband named John Tyndall. Just wanted to let you know in case you wanted to erase the bio section of her memorial.
Jessie W (Wallis) Fisher Candy, Thank you for the memorials/photos for Jessie, #29246960 and her husband, #29246963. The death notice added to Jessie's memorial, by another (Janice), is confusing as it lists her father as being DeForest Wallis. We don't know who he was. Any information, in that regard, would be appreciated. We would like permission to use their gravestone photo in their profiles on ancestry.com. Harry Miller, email@example.com
Julia Linnabarry Candy, Julia is in my family tree and I have been looking for her mothers grave. I do know that it is somewhere around Julia's. Please contact me if you are interested in working together on this line. Thank you for all the work you do and for the wonderful pictures! Karla
Do you have any idea who is buried with him/near him? I have locations for most of his 11 children and his wife, the 4 that died of smallpox are with the grandparents in the United German &Fr. RC cemetery and his wife and several children are in Mt. Calvary. It would be interesting to know if he is with other relations. If not, that is fine; I have a cousin in Cheektowaga who may be able to go down and look for me.
EMMA PROWANT THRASHER EMALINE PROWANT THRASHER is the daughter of Henry Prowant (Find A Grave Memorial# 6815366) and Catherine Eyer (Find A Grave Memorial# 6815361). Would you please link her to her parents?