|Barry Schinnerer (#46532009)|
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Born and raised in the Albany New York area. I am always looking for Schinnerer information. I usually have more projects going then I can handle.|
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|Sheila Harrison||Duplicate Memorial|
This memorial, 6509157, has a duplicate, # 50870329 which was created in 2010 by her 2nd great-grandson. I wonder, since the other memorial has more information, if you would consider deleting this one even though it was created first.
|Karen Brown||Carrrie Winters Newkirk|
|Karen Brown||RE: Myron Newkirk|
Thank you Barry for the transfers. Unreal how long is takes to find all the family members sometimes. I have to squeeze genealogy into my family life when I can, usually late at night. But at least there are volunteers out there helping to put the info out there for us to find. I appreciate it so much!
|Brent Walker||RE: Jared Spencer 94144156|
I checked all my records on this Jared and I don't actually know where he was born. His wife Hannah who lived into her 90's is listed in the 1855 NY Census as being born in Columbia Co.. NY and in the 1865 NY Census as being born in Dutchess Co. NY. I'm afraid that is the best I can give you on hints.
|Samuel Leggett||RE: Thomas|
Yes, my "Leggett" graveyard is getting filled. By the way Emily (Hemmings) Leggett Carlson was the widow of Thomas Oliphant Leggett. Seeing your post has let me add an additional spouse to her part of the family tree.
|Samuel Leggett||RE: Thomas O Leggett|
Wow. Thank you Barry, I appreciate that.
|Samuel Leggett||Thomas O Leggett|
Hello Barry. I have Birth/Death dates for you, for Thomas Oliphant Leggett (Find A Grave# 651059).
He was born 2 Aug 1885, in L'Amable, Ontario, Canada, and died 8 Nov 1931, in Albany, New York.
Thanks for finding the grave,
|Kendred Berg||RE: Your grandmother|
I truly appreciate It. I just found this site recently while doing some geneology research, so I have a lot of work to do it seems.
|Peter Drysdale||St. Mary's|
I'd be happy to look for John Oppelt, but I need to know the name of the town, state, country, etc. where St. Mary's is located. I've been to maybe a dozen St. Mary's in the past few years. I can't guarantee I'll be back to any of them soon, but I'll let you know. If you haven't done so already, I'd recommend you put in a photo request with findagrave for John at the St. Mary's in question. Perhaps a local photographer can get to it sooner than me.
|FS||George J. Holler (1898-1954)|
The following obit of this man was published in the Albany Knickerbocker News.
George J. Holler, 55, suffered a heart attack early last night at his home at 24 Bohl Ave. and died shortly, after his arrival at St. Peter's Hospital. Mr. Holler was foreman for the last seven years at the John Vogel Warehouse and before that, for many years, was secretary of Local 294, Teamsters & Chauffeurs Union, AFL. He was a member of Mt. Vernon Lodge F&AM and had begun ceremonials toward joining the Scottish Rite of Masons. He is survived by his wife, the former Alida de Rouville; a son, the Rev. George Jacob Holler, Basrah, Iraq; a daughter, Mrs. John T. Hilton, Richmond, Va.; his mother, Mrs. George Holler, widow of the former Albany deputy commissioner of public works; a brother and sister, Mrs. Mary Fox and Edward G. Holler, both of Albany, and three grandchildren. Dr. John Vander Waal of the Third Reformed Church will officiate at funeral services Wednesday afternoon at Tebbutt Memorial Chapel, 176 State St. Burial will be in Albany Rural Cemetery.
Added by FS on Mar 31, 2013 11:31 AM
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