|Chris Asmann (#46936475)|
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I've always found cemeteries interesting.|
I've researched a few families' history and genealogy, often because of some unrelated circumstance or event.
Currently I'm researching the family members of a NYC harpmaker named Rocco Bruno who died in 1899. I have a harp he rebuilt and I'm hoping to find some surviving family members who might know more about his work.
I live in a historic house and have also researched the family who built and inhabited it. I will eventually get memorials built for these folks in case someone else out there is also looking for information on William Cornelius Hasbrouck and his decendents.
As I take volunteer photos I have been trying to take a few nearby as well. When I have a little time I'll start building memorials for these people too. If I have built one for a family member of yours, please request a transfer. I would be very happy to see these virtual memorials recognised by their surviving family.
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Added by ProgBase on Feb 08, 2013 9:27 AM
|kim mabee||RE: Jennie Brickey Austin Kelder|
Hi Chris -- have not heard from you in a long time--- would you still be willing to turn Aunt Jenny over to me ? then I can add to her bio--- many thanks, Kim Mabee
|georgianna vanoyan-fayo||big rock cemetary|
hi chris..was wondering if you have any information on a big rock cemetary in newburgh, ny or orange county? i saw it in an obituary recently. thank you for your help on this.. i am still trying to find the grave yard my grandfather is buried in, as he died in august 29, 1932 in walden , ny in an automobile accident and i have-mailed the clerk in walden but received nothing. i did get most of the accident report from the newburgh library but could not find the continuing death report. any help i would appreciate. thank you ...georgia
|Charles R. Novak||Gertrude Franks Harper 41764200|
I think I already left you this message and if I did I do apologize. I have added Gertrudes parents to the website. They are Edward Franks 81165838 and Cornelia Woodruff 81166174. Could you kindly link her to them?
|Sid Fisher||WTC Photo Request|
Since you have not responded to my request to post your picture of Paul Ruback on his WTC listing, I have posted the pictures of his gravesite on his WTC listing, giving you proper credit for taking these photos. There will be many tributes posted to these heroes in time for the Sept 11 anniversary.
I hope no harm was done by my action, since I gave you credit for taking these photos.
If you wish for me to remove the Paul Ruback gravesite photo and you to post the photo on his WTC listing, please let me know.
Thanks again for taking your photo of Paul's gravesite.
|Sid Fisher||Request to Post Your Gravesite Photos on WTC Listing|
Two years ago, you took a picture of Paul Ruback's gravesite pursuant to my request. Thanks again!
As we approach the tenth anniversary of 9/11, can you please post your photo of Paul Ruback's gravesite on his WTC center listing?
Thanks once again!
|kim mabee||RE: Jennie Brickey Austin Kelder|
Yes, please do transfer Jennie Chris-- I will add more information--- appreciate it very much-- kim
|kim mabee||jenny kelder|
that would be great chris -- thanks so much--i will then add her parents too!! kim
|kim mabee||jennie brickey kelder|
Hi Chris-- Many thanks for uploading and photographing the stone for Jennie Brickey Austin Kelder-- she was my great aunt that no one could find for many years-- It is so sad that she passed away without knowing where she was-- I have further information on her if you would like to add it to her bio-- She was born on May 31, 1892 and died on Nov 5, 1966- her parents were Isiah Brickey and Alice Duvarney Brickey-- kim
|Robgal74||Riverside Cemetery Marlboro|
I see that you have some confusion in regards to the above cemetery. Riverside Cemetery is actually the southern part of the Presbyterian cemetery on Rte 9W. If you stand at Bloom St. next to the library, look across at the cemetery. You will see a grassy lane that goes through the cemetery where there aren't any stones. To the right (southern) of that grassy lane is Riverside and to the left (northern) is the Presbyterian Cemetery. Apparently, there are two different parcels of land. The Dubois family owned the northern part and gave this to the Presbyterian Church for a cemetery. This was explained to me by the Marlboro Historian.
Added by Robgal74 on Aug 01, 2010 9:36 AM
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