|Dianne Schultz||RE: Luella West|
You can transfer Luella West to me. She's a distant cousin on my mother's side of the family. Luella and Moses West shared great grandparents, which made them third cousins, if my calculations are correct.
|Mary DeLara||Audrey Babcock|
This is to let you know that one of the daughters of Philyer L. Babcock and Sarah J. Boright was Ethel Louise Babcock. She is listed on Find A Grave as "Sr Audrey Babcock." She was an Episcopal nun and used the name "Audrey." She lived at the Convent of St. Anne in Kingston, New York, where she served as Sister and Mother Superior. She was a close friend of my mother, grandmother, and aunt.
I was able to go back to the cemetery and take a better photo of Arthur's gravestone. I posted it on his page :)
Added by SLL on Oct 23, 2015 7:17 PM
|SLL||RE: Arthur Macfarlane|
Links and info has been added :)
Added by SLL on Oct 13, 2015 8:06 PM
|SLL||RE: Winifred Macfarlane|
I have Arthur's headstone plaque also---i cut off the AR to his first name---I'm so sorry---I will add him to Find a Grave website along with the picture. I remember where the grave is so i will try to go back in a few days and get a better picture for.
Added by SLL on Oct 08, 2015 6:56 PM
|Megan Street||RE: Arthurs and Eldridges|
Hi Katherine, you're very welcome! If there is anything else I can do for you in this area, please let me know and I will look into it!
|LadyGoshen||RE: Asa Porter in Horse Meadow|
I don't recall why there isn't a photo--wouldn't hurt to put in a request. I haven't been up there in a while.
|Jim Graham||Hepsibith P. Butterfield Cutter|
I saw you had created Hepsibith Cutter's memorial.
I found the headstone in the basement of a building on Academy Street in Sutton, along with a Hepsibith Cutter (daughter oh HP and FA) and an unnamed infant.
Was there a chance there was a private cemetery on Academy St? It was under Dr. F. Cutter's home.
|Barbara Schaffer||RE: Horace French|
You're welcome! So glad you found him :)
|Barbara Schaffer||Horace French|
I just transferred Horace French's memorial page to you. Have fun!
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