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Thanks Chris for the photos of Robert Bisig. Thanks for including the close-up. I appreciate the long distance favor.
Added by Robin on Oct 08, 2012 9:57 PM
Thank you so much. I bet it is beautiful around your area.
|Lin ||Thank you|
Chris, Wow, thank you so much for the many Macomber photos you added from Reed Cemetery. Your time and efforts are truly appreciated. I never realized that there was actually a Macomber family plot there. Those are some amazing headstones, even though they are quite old. I would also like to ask for permission to use the photos on my family tree. Again, thanks. Lin
Added by Lin on Oct 03, 2012 9:02 AM
Thanks again. You were busy today!!!!!!!!!
Thank you so much. My friend has a picture that is painted by Michael SanFratello. I was hoping this is him.
I appreciate all you do for this site.
|Janet Muff||RE: John & Silence Broughton|
Silence (Martin) Broughton's first husband was Hoel Smith Austin. He died in Hampton, NY (in 1839) which is where they originally lived. But their son, Hoel Smith Austin Jr (1836 - 1868) lived in Covington. I suspect that's one reason why his mother moved there. His brother William Austin married a Julia, who died in Covington in 1906 and may be the Julia on the monument. Wil.iam died in 1914.
All of this is to say, if you'd like to create the memorials for the Austins whose names appear on the monument, that would be wonderful. Then I can send you the links to Hoel Jr's parents. Or if you'd prefer that I create the memorials and request the photos from you, I can do that as well. Just let me know. And if you want me to create the memorials, please give me the dates on the monument so I confirm that I've got the right individuals.
Thanks so much for the meticulous work and the generous help,
|Janet Muff||John & Silence Broughton|
Chris, thanks so much for the photos of John and Silence (Martin) Broughton's monument. I appreciate the trouble it took to get a photo of the monument, the inscription, and the grave marker.
|Betty (South) Young||Picture of a Grave|
Thank you for the picture of James Winnie's Grave. I appreciate it a lot.
Thank you very much
|Lloyd Castner||Mary & George Smith|
Thank you for the photo of Mary and Georg Smith. Mary is the sister of my father. My father was born in Penn Yan NY and was very fond of Mary. I live in Nebraska so unable to take the picture. Thank you very much
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