|Dana Laird (#46950675)|
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Norwalk, CT. Cemetery fever hit me around the year 2000.|
One day I'll start working on my own genealogy, or at least look for my own family mambers.
Laird, McNamee, Morley, Fuller.
I just found out I had a Great Uncle Martin (McNamee). He lived in Illinois.
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Andrew A. Carus..., ann, Bob R, Dacanta, Donna, Garden Lady, Irma, Jack Sanders, Jan Franco, Jeanne Jain, Krystle Ann O, LadyGoshen, Pam Works, Rob Johnson, Steven Smith, Tia Sidey
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|Bob Newby||Joseph Newby # 83105908|
If you are unable to make the additions that I have requested for Joseph's memorial, I will gladly add them and then and then return the memorial to your care.
Please consider my request for the transfer.
Bob Newby # 47171755
|GC||Eleanor (Bunny) Gilman Clack|
I'm intrigued by your message that she was a generous person. Did you know her? If so, I'm so interested to know more. I am a relative by way of her mother. She and my mother were only a few months distant in birth dates. They knew each other as children but lost contact much to my mothers sorrow. My mother is now deceased.
Thanks so much.
Added by GC on Aug 19, 2012 12:15 PM
Thank you so much for all your helpful information on the Warrens,
Added by Cat on May 14, 2012 11:00 PM
|ann||Changing the wrong address|
How do we/you go about getting the correct address added for the cemeteries?
Added by ann on Nov 09, 2011 11:09 AM
|ann||Hoyt 1 & 2 and Green!|
I went to see the cemeteries yesterday. The Hoyt/Green cemeteries (they share a rock wall) are on the road just before Robin Hood Road on your right.
Turns out the other Hoyt cemetery I hadn't been to! The directions to it are correct - just after Castle Court and just before you would pass Hope Bottle Shop on your left.
Added by ann on Nov 09, 2011 11:07 AM
|ann||RE: Green Cemetery Stamford|
I think all three - Hoyt, Hoyt 2 and Green Cemetery are on Hope Street in Stamford. I've been to all three many many years ago.
Directions: Merritt parkway exit 36 (Rte. 106/Hoyt St.) and head south toward Stamford. Just after Woodway Golf Club, veer/turn right onto Woodway Road.
For one cemetery: At the end of the road, turn right onto Hope Street. The cemeteries should be up a little way on your right, just before/after Robin Hood Road.
For the other cemetery: At the end of Woodway, turn left and follow Hope for a bit until you see Castle Court on your left. The cemetery should be just before or after Castle Court.
Actually, I'm not sure which is which cemetery!
Now you've piqued my curiosity!
Added by ann on Nov 02, 2011 2:11 PM
|Bob R||RE: 17th Regt|
Hi Dana--I took a quick look at your Flickr photos--I'll be spending more time there, they're excellent, you're a serious photographer!
I have searched for Swords also at Norwalk Union-unsuccessfully, although I need to make a more thorough search. I learned his name from an old book, "Norwalk after Two Hundred Fifty Years", available on Google Books. It had listings of war veterans buried in Norwalk cemeteries up to that time (late 1800's). You might find it of interest. So Mr. Swords is there, but maybe the stone is buried or broken.
If you have contact with Charleen, please feel free to direct her to my profile with the "virtual cemetery" of 17th regiment soldiers--she may find something of use to her--it's a daunting task!
Thanks, and regards, Bob
Added by Bob R on Nov 01, 2011 6:37 PM
|Bob R||RE: 17th Regt|
Dana-- You're very perceptive--the avatar is from that wonderful huge memorial at Mountain Grove. The memorial is in wonderful shape, and I was surprised, on my first visit to MG, how well-maintained and nice the cemetery is. I'd like to see your Flickr photos--can you send me a link? Also does the woman from upstate have a findagrave account? I guess we all had the same good idea about the 17th Regiment!
Added by Bob R on Oct 26, 2011 7:49 PM
|Marsha Mitchell||Cudlipp Gravesites|
Thank you so much for the pictures of the Cudlipp gravesites. You even found the graves of George and Cordelia Cudlipp who are William A. Cudlipp's parents. I wasn't sure if they were buried in this cemetery of not. Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated.
There you are!
Added by Irma on Mar 27, 2011 12:18 PM
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