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|CryptoGrammy||RE: Burdette Germer|
You're welcomed, Jim...good to be able to visit again after so long.
|KATHY T.||Charles Smith|
Please disregard previous message below. I am getting the Smith's confused. Nevertheless, I would like your permission to copy the info on James Lewis Smith Livermore. Thanks, Kathy T.
Added by KATHY T. on Jun 25, 2015 9:07 AM
|KATHY T.||Charles Smith Livermore|
Thank you for all of your information. I would like to copy it and put it in my ancestry file.
I have a 1880 US census with Charles living with his mother Sophia and father Charles and brothers, William and James L. and a sister Alice[married Thomas Mulvey]. Census shows Charles's age being eleven. Alice was my Great Grandmother.
Sincerely, Kathy T.
Added by KATHY T. on Jun 25, 2015 8:54 AM
|Kate O||RE: Thanks for the Naylon photos|
your welcome. Are they family?
Wondering if John 1881-1943 & Christopher 1871-1941 McMahan are brothers to Catherine? Is Anna McMahan 1870-(no date) wife to Christopher?
there are 6 stones in a row with last one blank on this Naylon/McMahan lot.
BTW these are in the 4th row of sec 4 near entrance.
Added by Kate O on Jun 20, 2015 5:59 AM
Don't know where the Cemetery is...got that info from the Nationwide Gravesite Locator.
|Terry Elrod||RE: Daniel Sanford photo|
|C. Rose||Louisa Watson|
Hi Jim, I noticed you had a request for photo of Louisa's gravemarker. I put one on her husband's, 83176369, which is also hers. I can add it to Louisa's or are you looking for a better shot? Charlotte
Also, I would like to find where Samuel Watson, died 1843, & Phebe are buried. His brother, Augustus, is in Liberty Cemetery, Lewis Co. His son in West Lowville Rural. Samuel, the elder, was a preacher, who lived in Town of Pinckney. Do you have a contact among the Watson clan whom I can ask?
Added by C. Rose on May 17, 2015 8:41 AM
|Deborah Potter||RE: Memorial 85235851|
Okay, thank you very much. That was info I did not have.
|Deborah Potter||Memorial 85235851|
Regarding your entry for George W. Phillips, you have listed Omelia Bouton as a second wife. Omelia Bouton was married to William Hammond, and we have no family records of any marriage to George Phillps. His granddaughter Beatrice Omelia was my grandmother, descended from Grace Phillips and Cassius Hammond. If you have other verification, can you please let me know? Otherwise, you might want to correct that entry. Thanks. Deb Potter
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||RE: Chenango County Cemeteries|
Thanks for your reply. So, Brackel (or Brakel) Road did become Route 23. That would explain why someone referred to what is now Kenyon Cemetery as Brackel Rd. Cemetery at one time, because it was the cemetery on Brackel (Brakel) Road.
If you check out the cemetery, I look forward to learning if there are any headstones still remaining or if it is in any condition to surmise any headstones.
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