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Jan (#47066852)
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I love researching the family lines for both my husband and myself and find genealogy to be very addictive. My husband and I have traveled to several states in the Northeast to search out graves and information. I am known to stay up almost till dawn, searching on-line for "just one more" little nugget of information.
Family names are Sigurdson, Innis, Scofield, Mason, Olmstead, Bailey, Boobar, Hanson, LeVine, Salmon, Okerstrom.
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Tonip
Bailey
Are you related to Benjamin Bailey? I'm looking for his 2nd wife, Mary Smith. I thought she was buried in VT but I'm told she died in Mass. and was buried there. No other information and no reason to know if this person is correct or not.
Added by Tonip on Jan 27, 2016 7:04 AM
Tracy Anne
Malcomson children in Saskatchewan
Hi Jan:

I just uploaded photos of the headstone marking Viola's and Elvin's graves.

Thank you for reuniting this family on Findagrave.

Cheers

Tracy Anne

Added by Tracy Anne on Oct 21, 2012 5:45 PM
Robert Loken
The Loken family
Just wanted to thank you, John Hans Loken was my Great Grandfather and I did not know my Grandfather, Henry Arnold Loken had siblings.I will have to do a little more research into the family tree, just one thing; Henry and Valeria. are both buried in Maple Grove Cemetary in Erie County, Ohio near Vermilion, Ohio. That's where most of the family is and Grandma wanted it so where Grandpa could be visited, so she had him brought down to Ohio and that was where she was living, when she passed away. Thanks again. I live in Florida and do a lot of visits to cemetaries, anyone down here you looking for, let me know. Robert Loken
Added by Robert Loken on Oct 21, 2011 2:30 PM
Wendy K
Sigurdson memorial
Jan,
I found Sigur listed in the Forest Home Cemetery in Rhinelander. Actually there is really no Rhinelander Cemetery.
I will try to take a photo tomorrow and attach it. You may be able to transfer your memorial to Forest Home if you want as I have some more to attach to that cemetery. Wendy
Added by Wendy K on Jun 23, 2011 7:55 PM
Kristine Zeppelin
RE: St Peters Cemetery, Boobar
Jan,
I do have a picture of the stone from Eden Lake Cemetery if you are interested. I was at Fairhaven today (06/23/11) but had my list for cemetery printed before you requested to look for Easton there. Sorry. When I go that way again I'll be sure to take a look.
Kristine
Added by Kristine Zeppelin on Jun 23, 2011 4:12 PM
Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Marjorie Pauley
No I don't mind doing that. I've added the photo for you. The Plot is: Section 20B, Site 1260 in case you want to change that.


~Steve
Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Jun 13, 2011 8:34 PM
Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
Pauley
Hi Jan,

Maynard's spouse is buried at Fort Snelling. I've added the link to his listing. If you want me to transfer to you let me know.

~Steve

Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Jun 13, 2011 3:34 PM
Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.
Section L of Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery
Just to let you know that Section L is not the Dutch Church section - that is Section X. The Innises were moved into Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery proper and were supposedly no longer part of DCC? Only three people were originally buried from the Innis family in Section X, and I listed them in the Dutch Rural Cemetery section I set up. So far I have only found William in Section X, but I am hopeful I may locate the others who were buried in Section X. It is supposed to have 480 stones with 510 names, but many of the stones have fallen down, and a lot have become unreadable. It does not seem to me that their are that many stones there, but I have not counted them.
Added by Patrick Arthur Teater Sr. on May 11, 2011 3:17 PM
Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.
Innis, Young memorials
I found the original William Innis headstone in the Dutch Cemetery section, and am posting on your memorial, plus the Dutch Cemetery section I set up. I was very excited to find it, as on my other walk through I could not locate any of them. I am surprised it was not moved into the new section where your family is now. I also retook the Young pictures and found Eliot with them. sort of one row in front of the other four headstones for some reason. If you are interested in William Young's parents they are located in the same area and I could take those next time and include them?
Added by Patrick Arthur Teater Sr. on May 11, 2011 2:35 PM
Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.
RE: Youngs at Poughkeepsie
What is interesting is when they were digging up for the foundation of St. Francis Hospital they found bodies in period clothing... not sure what happened to them after that? It would have been nice if they had moved the bodies with the stones. What may have become of yours or my relatives that were buried in Dutch Church Cemetery we may never know. I do not believe they were moved to PRC, however it is possible with the Innises that were there as the ones you requested were in PRC, and not with the other headstones in the section set up for the headstones from DCC? The original stones do not seem to be among that group. Since it was moved in 1955, maybe yours were moved between the 1912 inscribers and the move?
Note: the original stones from DCC are not the ones in the current plot either.
Added by Patrick Arthur Teater Sr. on May 10, 2011 12:26 AM
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