|B. Pahlow (#46789283)|
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A few years ago, I visited an ancestor's grave in upstate New York. The stone was falling forward, but still readable. I crawled under it (scary) and took a picture, but I bet it's since fallen, and since it was falling on it's face, nobody will ever read it again. So I think this work is important.|
My goal is to add listings and pictures if I have them for everyone in my family tree.
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|Richard A. Brantley||RE: Ernest Gaines|
Thanks, I would appreciate the transfer. I have known Ernest, Howard, from my childhood days.
Richard "Dick" Brantley 373420
|Christine A. (Rutherford) Holley||Andrew & Mary Lytle|
Thank you so much for updating the epitaphs of Andrew & Mary Lytle. You went above & beyond and have helped to preserve a rich & beautiful piece of history. The Revolutionary War Cemetery in Salem, NY is slowly slipping away & to keep information such as this is, as they say, "priceless"! This gives us a tiny peek at who these folks were. They sure don't write them like they used to.
Christine (Rutherford) Holley
|Don Blauvelt||RE: Daniel Stoddard|
Thank you Barb. I will add material. Happy 4th.
|Barb Destromp||L. Hubbard Litchfield|
Parent links added :)
|Barb Destromp||Annie J. Litchfield Peavey|
Parent links now added :)
|tbickellb||Lichfield, Litchfield, Lechfield|
Thanks for making the links for Josiah to his parents. Updating the Litchfields is no small feat, especially given the various spellings, not only from one generation to another but even between siblings. Uggh. Anyway, good luck to you. I'm sure we'll bump into one another again in the Lichfield, Litchfield, Lechfield maze!
|john komar||Old Salem cemetery|
Andrew Lytle born 1718 County Monoghan, Ireland; married Mary Agnes Stewart born 1732 Ireland.
(RWS) Served in Capt. Alexander DeWitt's Co. Alexander Webster's Regiment.
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