|George Colclough Jr (#47023757)|
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|Tonya L. Crippen Shufelt||Barnum Road Cemetery|
Thank you for posting inscriptions for Barnum Road Cemetery in Austerlitz, New York. Of the seven inscriptions, my 6th great grandfather, Joseph Crippen, is listed. Thanks again.
|Elsie Scharpf Saar||Mallery|
Hi, George, your picture for Samuel Mallery went in sideways. #19607133
|Mary Bath Stafford||Mallery family pictures|
I just wanted to thank you for the pictures you have posted of not only the Mallery, but the Sawyer and Utter family.
My Grandmother was a Mallery and I have the Mallery Family Record book that I am using that has the Mallery family names, birth dates, and death dates written by Elizabeth W.Knight Mallery (dated 1893). It's been great putting some pictures with the names in the book! Are you a Mallery dscendent?
Mary Bath Stafford
|John H. Wheeler Jr.||4th Great Grandparents|
Don't mistake my lack of communication with a lack of appreciation! Great job...so what does that make us?
Cousins - haha! I transferred the memorials you wanted of 4thGG & 4thGG.
|Alice Crain||Pease photos|
Thank you so much, George, for photographing the Pease memorial and headstones. I am grateful for your time and effort in capturing images from so many angles and perspectives, and of course for the close-up showing the names and dates so clearly. How wonderful!
|Sandi Litzenberg||Bentons at Woodland Dell|
Thank you George for posting the photos to the Benton memorials..
I am absolutely thrilled to finally be able to see their final resting places and complete a branch of my tree. I truly appreciate you taking the time to do it..
May I post your pics to my tree on Ancestry??
|Joel Shore||Clarks at Mt Hope|
I posted photos for Jeremiah and Sarah Clark, as well as ones for their two daughter buried there, Florence L Armstrong (1889) & Sarah E Clark (1857), who had Find-a-Grave memorials already. I also posted additional pictures for Joel and Susannah Clark who seem lucky enough to be buried in two places! My guess is that this is the spot where they are now resting, having been moved to be with their son Jeremiah, but who knows!?!
|Joel Shore||Claribel DeWitt|
I just posted Claribel DeWitt's photos. The only one remaining in that plot without a memorial is Eugene C DeWitt (1874-1907) who is buried just the right of Claribel. His tombstone is the exact same style as Frederick A DeWitt's right down to the "MY HUSBAND". Not sure who his wife is though...She doesn't seem to be there, which I suppose is not too surprising given how young he was when he died. I imagine a lot could have happened in her life after that to change her burial plans.
|Joel Shore||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome. By the way, in regards to Benj. Clark, his burial location is listed as "VAULT". This was a temporary holding facility, and he is reasonably likely to have later been buried somewhere at Mt Hope, but alas we don't know where. If you know more about his relations, then that might help us (or you) to track down where he is buried.
Furthermore, I noticed that Joel and Susannah Clark are shown as being buried in the same location as Sarah and Jeremiah Clark, which is a completely different location than I already photographed. So, the plot maps have them in two different locations...Go figure! (But, really, nothing along such lines surprises me anymore.) It looks (from a survey) that there may be surviving markers for both where Sarah and Jeremiah Clark are, so we may have additional photos to add to their memorials!
|Joel Shore||Your other requests|
By the way, in regards to your other 4 requests, 3 of them do have surviving markers (at least as one when those sections were surveyed); the 4th (Joel Clark) doesn't appear to, but we do have the plot info for where he was buried (and confirmation on the plot map that he was indeed buried there) and can get a photo of the location.
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