|Constance Moore Andrews (#47202006)|
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I am currently working on finding my lost relatives. My Brothers and I have been searching for our roots, which for the most part are in Columbia and Dutchess County New York. Family surnames of interest are Moore, Rifenburgh, Sigler, Minkler, Bathrick, Burwell, Shurrager, Johnson, Decker, Kellerhouse and Cornelius. This search is the paternal side of our Family. The maternal side can be found in Poland since my Mother's parents were both from Poland or Russian occupied Poland. I currently live in Central Pennsylvania and have been making trips back home for research and Family visits.|
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|Peg Boyce||thomas J. and Maude Watts,David S.,Lydia A., and Alice M. Metzger|
Thank you for taking the time to assist me
in furthering my genealogical study. Peg
|Dianne||COX GRAVE MARKER PHOTO|
My most sincere thanks and appreciation for your time and efforts to provide the grave marker for Dorothy Cox.
Added by Dianne on Sep 24, 2013 7:44 AM
|Susan||Sarah Wolcott Sigler 112644014|
I noticed that Jan Reasoner transferred this memorial 112644014 to you, so I'm hoping you're a relative and can answer a question for me. A couple years ago I entered a memorial for Cora Sigler Carl 74337200. Another member just contacted me asking me to link Cora to her mother Sarah. Cora's obit names Sarah Wolcott Sigler as her mother. However, when I went to do the link, I realized that Sarah's stone says she died in 1862. Cora was born in 1867, which would be a really really long labor. I copied Sarah's stone, pasted it into a photo program, sharpened it, inverted the colors, etc, and yet it still seems to say 1862. I checked the censuses, thinking Cora might have been lying about her age (a lot of that going around back then), but no, in 1870 she was 3. In 1880 she was 13. So my question is, do you have any information, other than the stone, as to when Sarah died?
Added by Susan on Aug 08, 2013 8:51 AM
|Pamela Thompson||Gravestone Photo Permission|
I am happy to see that you photographed the gravestone of John and Margaret Reaser in Summit Cemetery, White Pine, Lycoming Co., PA .
I would like to add this gravestone photo to my Ancestry family tree, with this included in the Description field: "Taken by Find A Grave contributor Constance Moore Andrews - used with permission." Is that OK?
Pamela Alford Thompson (Find A Grave #47195155)
I transferred the memorial for Winfield to another contributor in error, but I contacted them (they are very nice!) and they will transfer it to you.
|CarolynMMP||John P Mecum|
I don't remember if I thanked you for this picture but I am doing it now. I really do appreciate it!
|Susan||Siglers, Columbia & Dutchess counties|
Are you related to the Siglers? If so, I'd be happy to transfer them to you. Just send me a list of who you want
Added by Susan on Oct 16, 2012 4:33 PM
|Ed DeSteiguer||Oliver Shurrager|
I found the post for Mary Jane Johnson Shurrager on Find-a-Grave. My great great grandfather was Oliver P. Shurrager (maybe spelled Shurragar). He was born in New York in 1814 and died in Jackson County Michigan. He was a Civil War vet. He and his wife, Margaret, had 4 kids: Emma (my great grandmother) Franlkin, Edward and Charles.
I am trying to learn more about preceding generations of Shurragers. Can you provide any information? Do you know about the Shurrager family history. What nationality were they? When did the come to the U.S.?
I know very little about these people. My now-deceased mother seemed to think they may have lived in Pennsylvania at one time. There seems to have been a New York, Hudson River Valley connection for the Shurragers. Were they originally Dutch perhaps?
Any info would be appreciated.
|Saratoga||Colonel John Watts De Peyster|
Sherrie, great information you put on the photo for John. Can I use it to add to his bio?
Added by Saratoga on Aug 05, 2012 5:45 PM
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