Hello, Randall! I was wondering if you'd received the updates I sent for the Washburn memorials in the Old Graveyard (Bridgewater, MA)? I've sent them a few times and was thinking perhaps the emails went to a junk folder. Post on my wall and let me know and I can send the updates some other way.
Added by DianeY on Dec 29, 2010 7:57 AM
|Glenda Ragan||Old Auburn|
As you know my sister and I are working on the Old Auburn cemetery and have been for 7 months. It had less than 300 entries when we started and is now close to 6500. We have been putting whatever information we can get into the bios and linking families for the whole cemetery. When we feel we have everyone that we can find in the cemetery we plan to print a reference book for the Auburn Library. Could you delete any duplications so they won't be included in the final count and printout?
Thanks so very much, I know you are a busy man.
Have a GREAT WEEKEND!
|Glenda Ragan||Just Asking|
Would you like me to send the Firehouse picture that he worked at. There are two of the Old firehouses still standing here. They are both painted red and white, very unique looking buildings. If you don't know which one he worked at I can see if I can find out.
|S Hathaway||THANK YOU!|
Dear Professor Younker:
I tried to e-mail this message but it got kicked back to me.
I have generally concentrated on my father's maternal English line but have, over the past couple of weeks, been researching some of my HATHAWAY ancestors in the US. Thank you so very much for the photo and excellent write-up on Abraham HATHAWAY, my 6th great-grandfather (Taunton, Mass).
I very much appreciate your efforts.
Very best regards,
|Suze||Younker in Sample Cemetery, Morris, IL|
I have just added 1 Younker to Sample Cemetery in Morris, IL. It is the son of John and Elizabeth, William. I would be more than happy to transfer ownership to you if you'd like. Just let me know.
Added by Suze on Nov 06, 2009 1:46 PM
|Glenda Ragan||Younkers at the Old Auburn Cemetery.|
I have all of the Younkers listed now. I must be blind that I didn't see them all in a row. It looks like two are still living.
Hope this helps. I have someone checking on the one headstone that lists a Willis to see if that was her maiden name or if they were indeed married. Will update as soon as the data comes back.
I have just input information on Younker in the Old Auburn cemetery.
I found a headstone with Younker #42397872
It will lead you to the links to the other 3 that are linked this headstone.
Meanwhile I am working on putting in all know information for this cemetery and the New Auburn Regional cemetery.
I have run across a listing at the library that has listed.
Ralph E. Younker-1919 to 1942-plot-NE-1/2-608
Fred B. Younker-1-23-1884 to 4-26-1949-plot 611
Addie Younker-8-17-1887 to 1-31-1974-plot 611-26
Robert Bert Luther Younker-11-26-1972-aged 67 yrs
These older headstone I will try and see if I can find them. I found the newer headstone in the area where Lot no. 611 is located--I will be going back out and try and solve the mystery. I will let you know what I found out about the older gravesites.
Just thought you would be interested. We had communicated before and I have added over a thousand now to this cemetery and about 750 to the new cemetery.
Have a great weekend.
|Glenda Ragan||Younker & Yunker|
I see that it is a variation of the same name.
Sorry to bother you.
This site has Yunker on it. You may want to check it out.
I was wondering if you know there is a cemetery that is the OLD AUBURN CEMETERY. This is posted under the NEW AUBURN CEMETERY. I am trying to cronicle the old cemetery and when I saw the dated on these headstones I do believe they would be located at the OLD CEMETERY. The new cemetery didn't open until sometime in the 1960's. Just thought you might like to know. I love the work you have done on your entries. Very nice.
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