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|Michael Moore||RE: John Wade|
Of course, you can use the photo any way you wish without the need to provide a photo credit.
I put all the photos I take into the public domain.
|Mike Dickerson||RE: Andersons of Mt. Emblem|
I erred on the side that said it's probably who you were looking for. If you find that these are not them, let me know and I'll delete the photos and you can re-request them on f-a-grave.
|Mark McCrady||RE: Paine photos|
You are very welcome, I was happy to do it for you.
Have a Great Day
|Mark McCrady||Paines at Rest Haven|
I located and photographed every Paine at Rest Haven Cemetery. I also added two names that weren't on Find a Grave.
|F Priam||RE: Swanson|
Added by F Priam on Nov 19, 2014 8:02 AM
|Rich H.||RE: Ponds Cemetery, Oakland, NJ|
I'm sorry, I really don't remember. I would go and check for you, but I no longer live in NJ.
Added by Rich H. on Nov 10, 2014 1:43 PM
|Shannon||Paine Family in Rest Haven|
I transferred them all to you. I got the info from cemetery records. I will try to get pics for you when I get a chance.
Added by Shannon on Sep 19, 2014 8:08 AM
|Joel Shore||Julius Roch (1891) at Mt Hope...|
Hi...I just investigated this person. According to the interment record (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/IN/RBSCP/Databases/IMAGES/MtHope/disc1/00001140.pdf), he died at age 75 (or 78?) of asthma. Unfortunately, his burial location is not very legible but appears to be a single grave in Section M (perhaps #179 & 180, but I don't know). Very few of those single graves have surviving markers and, indeed, a survey of Section M (http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mthope-sec-m.htm) did not turn up any Roch's. In fact, even looking in all sections for that survey of surviving legible markers under "Roch" or "Roche" does not turn up anything.
So, it doesn't look like we will be able to find anything beyond the interment record entry.
One thing you could try to do is find relatives (like the wives you mention) in the interment records (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/?PAGE=3310). If they died before 1892, they likely already have a Find-a-Grave memorial (although sometimes with the spelling of the name mutilated by the cemetery) because Daryl Verstreate has entered them in, but most who died after 1892 won't have a memorial....So, that is where you should focus.
|Joel Shore||Re: John W Flora at Mt Hope|
Good news, bad news on John W Flora.
The good news: I finally found him in the interment records, misfiled on the "Fo" page: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/IN/RBSCP/Databases/IMAGES/MtHope/disc1/00000914.pdf As you can see from the record, he died at the age of 24 of pneumonia. The Register of Lots sold for Single Graves has his grave owned by a Frank Flora.
The bad news: I am almost sure he has no surviving marker. For one thing, his name is not listed in this survey of surviving markers in the section that he was buried (http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mthope-sec-osg.htm), but even more pertinent, I looked for someone in that row just 8 graves away and have a shot down the row showing the gap between the two closest surviving markers...and alas, John W Flora also falls in that gap. I'll go check just to be sure, but...
|Joel Shore||RE: Flora Graves|
In regards to traveling up here and just to clarify what I meant when I said "You can try looking at other sections there to see if you can find him elsewhere in the cemetery": I meant that you could do that online at this website http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mh-intro.htm
You can also try looking through the Mt Hope Interment Records online for last names of interest like Flora (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?PAGE=3310), keeping in mind that Daryl Verstreate Jr. has made memorials for nearly everyone in those records prior to 1892, so you mainly need to focus on 1893 and later to find people who do not yet have a Find-a-Grave memorial.
Once you do find someone of interest, it is also useful to look at the plot maps for the relevant location, available here: http://crpc.nyrgs.org/show.php?q=7 to verify the person really is buried in that location and to see if other family members are buried there. (Or, you can just create a memorial and submit a photo request and we'll check it out.)
Mt Hope is a beautiful cemetery to visit but it is way too large to look for someone until potential locations have been identified in the online records.
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