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Trish B (#46925609)
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I looked for my grandparents on this site, and didn't find them. I live in CA, and they are buried in NY. On a visit to NY, I visited their graves, and logged other graves from that cemetery. I didn't have much time to spend, and thus did not add as many names as I might have liked to, but hope it might help some other person find a family member.
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Linda Zapp
Re: John Montgomery Crick
Forgot to add, I have a photo of John Montgomery Crick's grandparents, John C. and Anna Catherine (Clemmer) Crick (from an old tintype). Anna died in 1878, John C. died in 1883.
Added by Linda Zapp on Apr 27, 2012 2:23 PM
Linda Zapp
RE: Thank you!!!
Trish - I've added a link to John Montgomery Crick's parents on Find-A-Grave. His grandparents graves were plowed under by a farmer. I'll try to set up something for them, even though the cemetery no longer exists. That would take you back another generation. You should be able to click on my name on John Montgomery Crick's Find-A-Grave for my email. Email me as I have more information on this family. I'd like to know how your new son-in-law is related to JMC.
Added by Linda Zapp on Apr 27, 2012 2:21 PM
Patricia Avery
Arthur Bilyeu
Thank you for adding the memorial for Arthur Bilyeu. Uncle Art was my great-uncle and passed away when I was quite young. I was very surprised to find this post after all these years. Thank you again for remembering him, as he was a very nice man.
Added by Patricia Avery on Jul 03, 2011 10:43 PM
Glenn Browne
Nielsen, Unknown
I have added two new photos and if the close-up is double clicked you should be able to read the lettering. I checked it carefully and it reads Laurits Nielsen Born 28 Nov 1864 and died 26 Jan 1908. Email Shane Olsen and ask him to give the memorial over to you and he will do so.
On the second side of the stone is the name Earl Edward Nielson born 5 July 1906, died 19 July 1907. Again ask Shane Olson for memorial and you can add the proper dates. I will add photos
On the third side is Grethe Nielsen, Born 9 Oct 1870, died 4 Apr 1911. If you open a memorial for this person and let me know I will add the photos. The lettering is almost impossible to see on the stone and in the photo but I checked it closly and believe it is correct. gbrowne@wiktel.com
Added by Glenn Browne on Nov 04, 2010 7:06 PM
Bradley Moody
RE: Anny Mary Shackelton
I would love to have your husband's line from Anny. Please send it to my regular enail which is on my profile.
Added by Bradley Moody on Sep 06, 2010 5:27 PM
Laura Zak-Smith
Peter Taylor
I am inclined to think that Peter Taylor was a veteran of the Civil War. Would you have any information to justify that? Any help would be appreciated.
Thank You for your time.
Added by Laura Zak-Smith on Nov 03, 2009 2:22 PM
 

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