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One good website to look for possible stories and/or obituaries, marriages and births is www.fultonhistory.com Good luck!
Added by MWeakley on Jun 29, 2013 4:05 AM
|Joel Shore||Henry Wilson...continued|
Just to get to the point of what you wanted: it looks from the internment records that the Henry Wilson who died in 1875 was born 33 years earlier...so about 1842.
|Joel Shore||Re: Henry Wilson, d 1875 (Mt Hope, Rochester, NY)|
We can try to get out and photograph the grave, once we figure out how to track down the public graves (which, alas, may also be unlikely to have a marker). In the meantime, you may find the Mt Hope internment records useful as they give the date of internment (usually within a few days of the date of death), age, residence, ... Henry Wilson (d. 1875) is about 2/3 of the way down the lefthand page here: https://www.lib.rochester.edu/IN/RBSCP/Databases/IMAGES/MtHope/disc1/00000750.pdf
|Kathy Bradford||RE: jay wilson ostego michigan|
Sorry Michelle. I do not know.
|Sue||RE: martha hermanowski|
I also have photographs of 7 other Hermanowski's that were buried near Martha. Would you like me to send those to you to make memorials?
Added by Sue on Sep 13, 2011 4:57 PM
|LU||Coffey's at Mt Carmel|
On the same gravestone with Tillie Coffey are:
Stella nee Craft 1884-1910
George L 1882-1949
Also nearby is another gravestone with the surname of Coffey with the following names:
John D d. Feb 8, 1914
John Jr March 25, 1907-April 11, 1909
Catherine d. May 7, 1937
Daniel J d. Mar 27, 1966
Mary 1 Sept 28, 1987
This gravestone is very hard to read. I hope this information is correct.
If you would like pictures for any of these, please create memorials and let me know.
Added by LU on Sep 05, 2011 1:51 PM
|Don Cox||Sally & Richard Sudberry|
Another excellent job !!! Thanks again for such a wonderful tombstone picture of some of my kinfolks. I appreciate your time and effort on my behalf. Best regards, Don Cox, West Linn, OR.
Added by Don Cox on Mar 09, 2011 8:06 AM
Thank you so much for taking time to get these photos for me. I really appreciate the closeups too.
|Don Cox||NANCY FANNIE WILLIAMS LAMB|
Thanks so very very much for taking the picture of Fannie's tombstone inscription. This adds to our family information as many times the tombstone is the only record we have of their birth & death dates. I remember somewhere on findagrave there is a tombstone inscription of a birth/death date as BORN: who knows, DIED: who cares. Well I want to know and I care so thanks very much.
Kind regards, Don Cox, West Linn, OR
Added by Don Cox on Mar 05, 2011 7:56 AM
|Debbie B||Maybel Watson at Forest Home, Illinois|
In an effort to winnow down the number of Find-a-Grave photo requests in my area, I am asking for your help.
Forest Home cemetery limits the amount of information it will dole out to one person--and they've pretty much let me know I've reached my lifetime limit. If you can contact their office for the plot location of the photos you're requesting, it will speed along the process of your getting photographs.
Here is the contact info:
Phone: (708) 366-1900; fax: (708) 366-1921
PLEASE ask if there is a headstone.
Added by Debbie B on Nov 05, 2010 4:08 PM
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