|Perry Streeter (#47346831)|
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|Gary Fritz||Ruth Steeter|
I thought you might be interested in another sibling of Thomas and Elizabeth. Her name was Ruth, #74849910, married to Salmon Kenfield, #74849910. They are buried in Finch Cemetery, Cattaragus Co., NY. I have asked the contributor for Ruth to link with her parents. Thanks-Gary
|Anna C||Sibyl Tubbs Seeley# 95771689|
Ok, I have finally run across the information left in your virtual flower May 2013 and have linked her to her parents. The person who created/manages a memorial here at Find A Grave is not notified when a virtual flower is left and may not run across any info left in it for days, weeks, months, years, perhaps never. I personally try to go through all of my memorials once a year to check for things like this. The proper way to do this is to go to the "Edit" tab at the top right of the memorial in question and choose the option that best suits your needs. Then an email will be sent with the pertinent information. Further, Find A Grave guidelines state, " . . . biographical information and obituaries should not be included in a virtual flower." I ask that you go to the virtual flower you left, click on the flower itself and remove it. That's the only way to remove the information typed therein. You can then create another virtual flower if so desired.
Added by Anna C on Dec 27, 2013 1:23 PM
|Roger D. Davis||James T. Streeter|
Did you also see that I added photo's for three children of James T. and Sarah?
Oscar's stone is leaning against a Kelly stone. Willard and Addie's are still in the ground but tilted forward.
|Roger D. Davis||RE: Thank you for the *rapid* response!|
Irena Streeter is listed on Find-A-Grave at memorial # 107272845.
|Roger D. Davis||RE: Thank you for the *rapid* response!|
You are very welcome. had the time today and the cemetery is only 10-15 minutes away. Have some relatives there as well.
Would this Streeter, possibly be a relative? Found this lone stone some years back along side the road not far from the Bedell Cemetery.
Submitted by Roger D Davis, August 8, 2000
Today I found a grave that I was told about. It sits right on the edge of the road and appears as though the road is built right over the lady. I am told that the road used to be an old carriage road, very narrow and just dirt. Sometime ago the road was put in and apparently no graves were dug up, yet there is one stone still there. It is in what was probably a corner of an old farm field. This stone can be found on Streeter Road out of Fleischmanns, New York in the Town of Middletown just above the turn to Moseman road and farm, on the right side of the road coming from Fleischmanns. The stone reads as follows:
In Memory of
wife of James T. Streeter
who died March 9, 1838
Aged 25 yrs 10m 3 days
At times I'm amazed at the fact that energies come together to reveal wonderful things. Last month I received a box of old photos from my cousin. I'm self publishing a book on the Michigan Burlesons. In the box was a photo of Bob Seeley and his grand-daughter / Emmerick. He looked so much like my grandfather Edward that I thought he must be a Burleson relation. So I got on Ancestry.com and located a Seeley relative. The photo is now on its way to that family. Today I decided to investigate your Find a Grave messages and low and behold, there were queries about Emmerich and Seeley. Wow! Just blew my mind how the information just came together. So, help us solve the mystery about the Seeleys. How are they related to the Burlesons? Aloha from cousin Sue on Maui
|KAREN KELLOGG ||RE: Thank You!|
I shall try to get back to the Parks gravestones; I may be able to decipher some more of the lichen-covered inscriptions. The old limestone is worn; but possibly readable with more time.
|Anna C||RE: Double Trouble with Orris Tubbses|
This branch is many times removed from me. I descend from Isaac Tubbs (1682-1749) through his daughter Mary Tubbs (1710-1813), who married Abisha Bingham. If you go to each of the Tubbs' in your line that I have and request a transfer through the Edit tab, I'd be glad to transfer them to you. If you wish to transfer some or all of them to Edwin Sherwood afterwards, that's fine with me.
Added by Anna C on Jul 30, 2013 9:37 PM
|Anna C||Tubbs/Edwin Sherwood|
Below is the beginning of a lengthy email received by me today via Find A Grave. I would like to ask your exact relationship to these Tubbs' and who Edwin Sherwood is. There is much information you have given me that will require much research on my part to verify. "Dear Anna:
Thank you for your contributions to Find A Grave! Thanks in part to Edwin Sherwood, I have identified some corrections for the following entries:"
The first Tubbs you refer to can be found at this link included in your email: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=95773735.
I normally require, per Find A Grave Guidelines, that requests for changes/additions/transfers be done one at a time, through the memorial in question. The memorial I created for Orris S. Tubbs, who died in 1848 and married Hannah is correct. The person who uploaded the photo uploaded the incorrect photo and I will speak to him/her as soon as possible. If you are more closely related to these families and wish a transfer, please let me know your ties.
Added by Anna C on Jul 30, 2013 7:39 PM
|Edwin Sherwood||Hannah Tubbs Relationship|
You are welcome for the photo Perry. I am curious about how Hannah would be related to my 4th Great Grandfather Orris Tubbs (died Oct. 21, 1836)who was married to my 4th Great Grandmother Margaret M. Walker (died Nov. 9, 1887). Could you give me the relationship to Hannah if you know it? Thanks Perry!
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