|Marian Fraser (#46822750)|
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|Hazel ||David Cook, SR|
You were correct! BOTH David, SR and David, Jr Cook were in the Revolutionary War - my mistake. I would delete my message below, but can't see that I'm allowed to do so anywhere. My apologies.
Added by Hazel on Oct 14, 2011 9:42 AM
|Hazel ||David Cook(s)|
#13174989 >> this is David Cook, Sr. (my 7th great-grandfather) not the Revolutionary War David Cook (JR) who was my 6th great-grandfather and is memorialized at Find-A-Grave #46868993 buried at Five Corners Cemetery Steuben Co, NY. You have the information right about David, Jr (the Revolutionary war veteran) but have attributed it to his father.
If you are not a relation of David Cook #13174989, I would like to be handed the 'reins' so to speak of that particular memorial on find a grave. Much appreciated - and all your previous work, too! I have sent you an email about this, too.
David Cook Jr's son Samuel is the father of John E. Cook, who is the father of Eugene B. Cook who is the father of Clarence H. Cook who is the father of O.W. Cook who is my father.
Hazel Cook Munday
Added by Hazel on May 31, 2011 3:32 PM
|Beau||Rachel Bushnell duplicates|
There are duplicate memorials for Rachel Bushnell Allen and Rachel Bushnell Bushnell Allen in the
Old Mansfield Center Cemetery (inactive)
One created by Jack W. Davis and one created by Marian Fraser. These may have been caused by the merging of 3 cemeteries to 2 by Findagrave. Could you get together and combine these memorials? Thanks.
Added by Beau on May 26, 2010 12:59 PM
|Richard Catena||Abigail Rogers|
I spent quite a bit of time looking for Abigail's marker and only came up with the one that is face down, I up-turned it and the date matches and as you can see the name Rogers matches. This stone is in the Rogers area with her husband and James Rogers.
You have quoted on Abagail's page a long quote from her stone and this does not appear to work with the small stone I found, but the death date of 1782 matches. This is the only matching stone and plot I could find.
If you have any further clues, I will be more than glad to return to the site and search. Please contact me..