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Doug Bauman (#46922699)
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Bio Photo Retired professional photojournalist. Very interested in my genealogy, and would love to help others with photos of grave sites in my immediate area if I can.
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William Fox
David Hamilton Bunn
Sorry but I got Kristi Hoffmeister mixed up with someone else so just forget my previous message. I see you must be the Grandson of Ada (Bunn) Bauman who was the daughter of Harry & Eva (Truax) Bunn. I saw the reference where Harry was supposed to have been adopted but Mrs. Dir (I think I got her name spelled correctly) but she says her family does not believe Harry was adopted or they would have known about it. Mrs. Dir is the grand-daughter of Ada's younger sister. I can't lay my hands on the records that she sent to me so I'll have to leave another message when I find them.
Added by William Fox on Aug 20, 2013 6:44 PM
William Fox
David Bunn Family
Do you know Kristy Hoffmeister? She is a direct descendant of David Bunn of Orleans County, New York. She and I are cousins through David Bunn's mother who may have been a Rorick/Kline from Schoharie County, New York. She has shared David's photo with me. How are you connected to David Bunn? Please e-mail me at would appreciate hearing from you. Thank you very much. William "Bill" Fox of Wichita, Kansas.
Added by William Fox on Aug 20, 2013 1:28 AM
RE: Thank you!!
You're welcome. I was in the neighborhood
Added by DUVCW on Oct 05, 2010 7:08 PM
Scott A. Steinbrink
RE: A Big Thank you!
You can see the wide shot of Jacob's tombstone, no marker to either side of him. I didnt want to waste time hunting elsewhere since she was buried in mid 1850's. So i knew what tombstone style to look for. Checked all tombstones but no Mercer or Green.
Added by Scott A. Steinbrink on Sep 30, 2010 5:18 PM
RE: A warm thank you!
I had a few problems. It was easy to locate because you had the location. It was covered in moss, which I scrubbed off. I tried wetting it first for the first picture, but you couldn't read it.

Then I chalked it. The light was wrong. I came back later in the day and there was a little sun light on it.

Now I see you have two more requests in the same cemetery. I go there often, as we have been recording all of the Civil War soldiers buried there. We are ordering new headstones for those that don't have one

Added by DUVCW on Sep 28, 2010 7:20 AM

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