|Paul Sutton Kamalsky (#46798303)|
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I have been researching my mother's family, the Suttons of Vermont, for the past three and a half years. Our Suttons originated in Lincolnshire County, England, with cavalier Thomas Sutton, who came to Hempstead, Long Island, New York, in 1647. His descendants and close relatives lived in Greenwich, Connecticut on the Byram River and New Castle in Westchester County. In 1788, my fourth great grandfather, Benjamin Sutton 1st, came with his wife, Jamima Van Wart, cousin of Isaac Van Wart, of Elmsford, his mother, Sarah, and brother James and his wife, Deborah Merritt, to St. George, Vt. Benjamin & Jamima then went to the present Dorset Street in Shelburne where they parented 14 children. From Benjamin and James descend all the Suttons of Vermont and from Benjamin, the New York Suttons who descend from Benjamin, Jr., William, and Luther, all of whom went to Louisville Landing, N.Y. on the St. Lawrence River, in 1836.|
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|Martha Meyers||Gilbert & Pearle Seager, Harriet Winget|
Do you mean there is no stone for these people, or that you don't have a photo?
|Susan Montague Lundt||Allen Gravestones|
I appreciate your taking the time and effort to photograph these stones. I can see the difficulty in photographing them. Perhaps you could take photos of just the written sections on the stone to supplement the current photo of the monument so we can see what they say. Thanks again, I appreciate this.
|SLW||Manners/ McGuire photos|
A very special thank you for all your time, efforts and wonderful photos!!! This answers so many questions about that brother and sister in the family! Did you happen to see a marker for Clara's husband and Mildred's father, Robert Manners? His cousin and I have been in contact and we can't get a death cert or find an obit for him....even though she has his DOB/DOD. We assumed he would be with the family in this cemetery, as he died in Rochester. Sorry....you no sooner get one question answered and I come up with another one!!
We really do appreciate **all** you've done!!
Added by SLW on Apr 13, 2014 5:08 PM
|Bob Simpson||William Hulbert.|
Quick work as usual Paul. I appreciate your efforts. Regards from bob.
|Family Hunter||RE: Belle Holdridge|
I have sent suggestions to M Warren to link these to the rest of the family.
Thank you again!
|Family Hunter||RE: Belle Holdridge|
You mention you found Secors..... Helena May Allen married a Sylvester W Secor.
Did you see them in that cemetery as well?
|Family Hunter||Thank you so much!|
I appreciate all your help finding my Allen's
|MAKeel||RE: William Noble|
Thank you for taking the time to post the photo for me. I really appreciate it!
Added by MAKeel on Apr 12, 2014 8:18 PM
|schroja||rolland clyde bennett|
Thank you for trying to locate this memorial for my relative. My request was based on the info in the website of the U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, which states that Rolland is a WW II vet buried in Nettle Valley Cem. as follows:
Name: Rolland C Bennett
Service Info.: US ARMY WORLD WAR II
Birth Date: 9 Mar 1921
Death Date: 6 Mar 2003
Cemetery: Nettle Valley Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Rte 364 Penn Yan, NY 14527
Perhaps for some reason he did not even receive the standard grave marker provided for vets. Again, thanks for looking. Jim
Added by schroja on Apr 12, 2014 7:19 PM
Thank for checking, I did find south memorial for them so erased mine, But it didn't have a cemetery link either?
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