|Susan Hobert (#46951920)|
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|DH||David Hough stone|
I had difficulty uploading the photos, for some reason they would not show. I have pictures of the little stones, unmarked, on either side of the Franklin Hough stone. If you'd like, I can email them to you.
I'm in the middle of prep for our Library's annual book sale, but will be able to breathe after the 10th. However, I might find a few minutes to email them to you.
Added by DH on Aug 04, 2013 10:19 AM
Just wanted to let you know, I was working with Find a Graver "DH" (my aunt) on your photo request for Franklin Hough. We were having technical difficulties uploading the photos she took of the graves (there were unmarked graves on either side of David Hough's grave). Anyway, she's going to try uploading the photos again later next week for you. So, there have been photos taken for you and hopefully they'll be up soon!
Added by MC on Aug 03, 2013 2:49 PM
|Michelle Bakke-Purnell||RE: more info on James Keller|
Susan.... I love you, I love you, I love you. You just answered years of family mystery by adding James's obituary to his page!!!! Thanks for everything...
|Michelle Bakke-Purnell||Keller graves in Long Lake|
Hi Susan, I have a few questions and need some clarification on family members you have linked to some graves. In my family I have Charles A. Keller born Sept 20, 1857 in Long Lake, Hamilton New York. He died on March 15, 1917 in Viola, Olmsted, Minnesota and is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery there. His father was James Keller, born 1829 in New York.
You have Charles Keller buried in Oak Hill cemetery linked to a James Keller born Oct 7, 1831, died June 6, 1908. Buried in the Long Lake cemetery. You also have this James linked to parents David Keller and Christina "Temple" Keller. Do you have any proof that this James Keller buried in Long Lake is in fact Charles's father?
The reason I ask this is cause Charles father James Keller in my family tree lived in Viola, Olmsted, Minnesota in 1870 and in Dover, Olmsted, Minnesota in 1880. Also we have James's parents as John Keller and Margaret Phillips. Which there has been many years of research done on. So wondering how you linked those graves to James Keller and his son Charles Keller. Thanks
|Richard Singleton||Cornelia James|
Hi, I am transferring the memorials for Cornelia James and her husband Henry to your care. I have no relation, I stop at the Old Burt cemetery on the way to the ferry to Vermont sometimes. I find it one of the more evocative and lovely old cemeteries I have visited. Best Wishes, Rich Singleton
|Samantha Cleveland||RE: Marsha grave photos|
Susan...my pleasure, so glad you liked them!
|Addie||RE: Union Rural Cemetery|
You're welcome. I meant to mention also in this plot is Victor T. 1892 - 1964 and wife Marie Stevens 1898 - 1963. If you wish to add these, then request photos and I'll add those too.
Added by Addie on Apr 07, 2012 12:12 PM
|Addie||Union Rural Cemetery|
I found most of your requests for Marcai's except Alan. The Marcai's were all together and there does appear to be 2 plots with no stones. However, he could be buried somewhere else in the cemetery, but I couldn't find him. I will post photos as soon as I re-size.
Added by Addie on Apr 07, 2012 11:22 AM
|Thomas Mone||RE: DeGrush|
You are very welcome Susan. We have just had bad luck with these requests!
|Thomas Mone||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome Susan. I made a pass today and the Robbins were on my list but I did not see them but weather situation is not too good - maybe next time!
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