|Sally Smith (#46588799)|
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|Have been interested in Warsaw Genealogy for about 30 years. Have walked through the whole Warsaw Cemetery and others as described below. I came to a dead end on my family roots for England (Pattison name) & Ireland (Thompson name)and decided to help others find their missing relatives of Warsaw, New York in Wyoming County. Have added burials, pictures, biography and obituaries for people buried in Warsaw Cemetery, Warsaw Pioneer Cemetery, and Saint Michaels Cemetery(Catholic Cemetery),German Cemetery in Warsaw, NY; and Union Park Cemetery in Wethersfield, NY. Some of the obituaries are quite lengthy, so you should probably still try to obtain the original from the Wyoming County Historian or if in the area the Warsaw Library. If anyone has a picture of a person listed, please feel free to add it or if you would like me to add it email me. Please understand that some names I could not read and also there may be no stones for a person even if you know they are in there. If I've entered someone in your family I would be glad to transfer or add info or delete so you can enter them yourself. I am also interested in anyone who may have knowledge or pictures of any person of the Hanigan (Hannigan) name. |
Maintenance of a cemetery is time consuming and costly. Many Cemeteries in the area are in need financially to continue to provide this necessary maintenance. If you can help them with a donation they truly will be thankful. They do Not receive money from the government for maintenance and are basically at the mercy of you. Please contribute to them.
I want to say THANK YOU to everyone who has either added or asked me to add information to these graves. So be sure to check back to this site as information is added all the time. It is Greatly appreciated on any input you may have. Many people have contacted me in appreciation for all that has been done to these memorials and I think anyone who has helped me should know that we all Thank you very much!!
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|Janet Wright Garrett||Lettie Strouse, #18756512|
Hi Sally, just wanted to let you know on Lettie's memorial #18756512, that she was the 'intended' of and not the wife of Albert Purdy so that is not her married name. They drowned together and were buried together (both sad and touching..). I put a news article on Albert's Memorial #18756501 about it if you don't mind and can add it to Lettie's memorial also if you want. Maybe put each of their memorial numbers in each other's bio?
Would you like to transfer # 24313534, # 24313527, and # 24313527 to me, #47830418. Odell and Cora are my children's gggrandparents. Thank you so very much for all your hard work on findagrave.
Added by ricedean on Jun 29, 2014 9:20 PM
|Laurie S Tokarsky||Newton Ames|
I see that you have some Ames family in Warsaw, NY
Would you happen to know what happened to
Newton A Ames? He is the father of Nahum Ames of Rushford, NY
Please let me know.
Sincerely, Laurie S Tokarsky # 47375347
Sorry forgot to give Jacob Memorial#, It is 18662286.
|Jim Batch||Headstone Date|
I found a Marion Daily Star [Ohio] newspaper published 21 Nov 1984 saying that Jacob's half brother James was traveling to Warsaw NY, called by the death of his brother Wilson.
|Candy Ashley||Thomas Jay Scribner|
I have information regarding Thomas Jay Scribner #18703632.
Thomas Jay Scribner was born the 9th of Sept 1831 in Granville, Washington County, New York.
His parents were Jay Scribner (b. 1798 - died the 9 Sept 1875 in Attica, Wyoming County, New York)and Sarah ? born the 1798 and died the 28th of March 1873 in Warsaw, Wyoming County, New York. (Sarah's memorial # is 18703620) As of this date, I have found no record of Thomas Jay Scribner having been married.
In addition to Thomas J., Jay and Sarah Scribner had the following children:
Fidelia D. Scribner - b. 6 July 1819 in Granville, Washington County, New York; married Samuel Reed Nichols in 1848; died 3 Oct 1896 in Attica, New York. (Memorial #83027344)
Elizabeth Scribner - b. 20 March 1822 in Granville, Washington County, New York; married George Rich in 1853 in Ashtabula County, Ohio; died the 24th of Oct 1895 in Trumbull, Ashtabula County, Ohio.
Sarah Mariah Scribner - b. 22 May 1825 in Granville, Washington County, New York; married Silas Norton 1842 in Warsaw, Wyoming County, New York; died the 21st of March 1902 in Trumbull, Ashtabula County, Ohio.
Alonzo Scribner - b. 19 Jan 1828 in Granville, Washington County, New York.
Mary M. Scribner - b. 27 Aug 1844 in Genesee County, New York; married William P. Brakeman in 1865 in Ashtabula County, Ohio; died the 26th of December 1910 in Morgan Twp., Ashtabula County, Ohio.
|Chris Klauer||Solomon Truesdell|
Wondering if you would mind transferring 18918489
Solomon Truesdell to me? He is my 4th great grandfather? I understand if you would rather not. Thank you! Chris Klauer
|L. Moore||Jacob Gatz / Goetz|
There are two sites for the 136th soldier. You can take the info from my site and combine it with yours as you have the older site. Let me know and I will delete 82956868.
Thank you for your courtesy in this matter.
Added by L. Moore on Nov 18, 2013 7:16 AM
|Brian Eibert||Elizabeth R Smith & John P Smith|
I believe that this woman is in fact my great grand aunt Elizabeth R Eibert. I am not certain what information you have on her other than your kind addition of the photo of the headstone. I was hoping that you may be a descendant and were able to shed some light on her.
If I am correct, her brother was Tobias Eibert who emigrated to the US and took up residence in Amber, in the Finger Lakes region.
Any information you may have would be most welcome.
Thank you very much for the transfer of Louise's memorial. I really appreciate it.
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