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|Scott Butler||RE: Butler|
Hi Karen...so nice to connect...hmmmm...great grand niece eh? Think I would peg that as 2nd cousins, once removed if these geneolgy charts make any sense...I much prefer just cousins! I would be delighted to take on the Butler's, but my knowledge of them runs mostly on the 'living' side, births, marriages and the like from a volume of family history I happen to have...but happy to make updates where I can with what info I do have. Thanks cuz, Scott
|Terrell Anderson||Janie Kate foskey|
Thanks so much for the pic. I didn't get to see her much before her death so this is really a blessing. Thanks again
|Joel Shore||RE: Edgell Monument|
Alas, the monument is not really any more readable in person than it is in the pictures (at least if you click on the pictures to view them at full size). I tried to summarize what little could be read in the captions of the photos. Even in the mid-1980s when the survey of tombstone inscriptions was done for that section, the only thing that they appear to have gotten off the monument was the "Charlotte, wife of Joseph Edgel; d Mar 4, 1840 aged 27y" on the north side. I was able to read a couple of the first and middle names (but nothing else) on the south side largely because I knew who I was looking for.
|Joel Shore||Re: Edgell's in Mt Hope|
In regards to your photo request for the Edgell's in Mt Hope, you might find it useful to look at the plot map for Lot 261 of Section O (which is available here http://nyrgs.org/cemeteryRecords/index2.htm ) and lists those buried in that plot.
If you want to find out more about any of those people, you can look them up in the Mt Hope Internment Records here: https://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?PAGE=3310
This website http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mthope-sec-o.htm , which is a survey of surviving legible tombstone inscriptions, suggests that the only surviving marker for an Edgell (or Edgel) is for "Charlotte, wife of Joseph; d Mar 4, 1840 aged 27y", but we or some other volunteer will visit the site and see what we find. [Since the plot map does show a monument as being there, I am curious what if anything is on it.]
|Robert Fincher||Ethel R Fincher|
|Amber Anderson||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for taking the time out to get this photo for me!!!
|Robert Fincher||Allie Fincher|
|H.S. Foster||Foster Pic's|
Thanks for taking the Foster pictures.
|Kermit Floyd Jr.||RE: Harris Photos|
Thank You! I believe most of the headstones have been photographed at the Bass Cemetery on 27. You may find a connection to these Bass's if you go back far enough. I've traced these back to the mid 1600's in Isle of Wight, Virginia and Jamestown. I'm related through my great grandmother Fletcher Alzada Bass who married John Henry Floyd. Thanks again for all you do!
|Kermit Floyd Jr.||RE: Haris Photos|
Yes, I'm interested in all Harris's. Next time you're there, please snap away! I'm also related to Irvin's, McGee's, Bass's that may be buried there. Thanks so much for all your contributions! Kermit Floyd
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