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RE: Henry Dunn family
Yes, I've met your cousin at Stillwater Union...he's doing a great job there. The courthouse and county historian's offices are great places for research. I kind of like wandering around old cemeteries best.
:-) Alice
Added by Alice on May 11, 2012 11:07 AM
Henry Dunn family
Where did you find that precise date for Henry Dunn (Jan. 3, 1850)? Does a Dunn family Bible exist? Alice
Added by Alice on May 09, 2012 3:40 AM
Sarah & Weltha Dunn
Sarah's not in the Poorhouse anymore, see memorial 89627617. And to anticipate your next question, for repair of these two stones, I would highly recommend Tim Cahrenger at LaBrake Memorials, 47 Lincoln Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866, phone 518 584-6660.
Added by Alice on May 06, 2012 2:11 PM
Sarah Dunn
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I found a more recent list (2007) for the Salisbury Cemetery and I have Sarah Dunn listed, without dates. No doubt the stone is broken, and flat, the same as Weltha Dunn, but she's there. Unfortunately, the Salisbury Cemetery is in tough shape and could use some major restoration. How does Sarah link to the rest of the Dunn family? Alice
Added by Alice on May 05, 2012 6:55 PM
RE: wealtha Dunn
I found my old notes on the Salisbury Cemetery and I don't have Sarah Dunn listed, although she may be there... or in a potter's field.
I added two more names, James Dunn and Mary Dunn. Apparently some of the original stones were replaced with the James & Sylvia Dunn monument, after Cornelius Durkee copied the inscriptions around 1877. The original stones had the person's age, but the monument has the dates of birth instead. Something is wrong with the dates for Henry & Elizabeth Dunn, so hopefully those stones are still readable. If I had photos, they have since disappeared in one of my computer crashes. Alice
Added by Alice on May 05, 2012 5:14 PM
RE: wealtha Dunn
Yes, there are a bunch of Dunns up there. It kind of seems that she was lower down on the hill, but it's been several years since I took the photo and I can't say for sure. Alice
Added by Alice on May 05, 2012 3:55 PM
RE: wealtha Dunn
Weltha's stone is anything but obvious, as you can see from the photo. It's flat and broken, but the sun must have been hitting it just right. There are a number of Dunns buried in the Salisbury Cemetery, so that's a good place to go looking for missing Dunn family members.
Added by Alice on May 02, 2012 2:03 PM
RE: Doyle's
Try which is the GenWeb page for Saratoga County, New York. There are tons of cemetery inscriptions listed, and lots of other resources for searching Saratoga County families.
Added by Alice on Feb 06, 2011 7:07 PM
Jim Ottmer
Mary Camp
Yes I have Mary Camp (no middle initial)(1684-1740) M. Thomas Canfield III (1680-1760). How can I help you?
Added by Jim Ottmer on Apr 20, 2010 5:27 PM
RE: ldyia Conklin Baxter

I don't have any more info about Lydia than what's posted on her page. My g-g-g grandmother was Morris' first daughter Emily from his first wife Julia who is buried in Pound Ridge. I have a lot of information about Emily but that's about where my info stops. I'm interested in learning about his subsequent families as well and I will continue to add any info I discover. Sorry I can't help more than that.

Added by KimPS on Apr 10, 2010 6:24 AM
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