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NJ (#47369984)
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I've been an avid family historian all of my life, and I especially enjoy learning about American History through the lives of actual Americans. All the better if they happen to be my ancestors! My family history is centered around the Susquehannah, Chemung and Chenango River Valleys with origins in Massachusetts, NJ, and the Hudson Bay Colony. Although I currently reside outside of Atlanta, GA, I visit upstate NY as often as I can to see family and to continue my research.

If you need help in the Gwinnett / Hall / Barrow/ Jackson County GA area, ask. I will do what I can to assist you.

Much Thanks,
NJ Neff
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Do not worry about the stone for him. If you have an aerial view of the plots is good especially when you have verified the burials. Dont worry about the request.
Added by Logan on Jul 23, 2012 1:58 PM
John King Davis
You fulfilled a photo request for me and it was a cemetery sign picture. This is not a stone pic. You took away my request and never placed it back. Can you please fulfill this request or put in a new request for me.
Added by Logan on Jul 22, 2012 8:18 PM
Shawna Neff
RE: Thank you for the photo of William Carmer's gravesite!
I don't think any of my relations are from the Hudson Valley Area. Mostly Cortland County. I'm descended from William and Mary Corliss Neff...but that was over 300 years ago, so one of those branches could have gone to that area :)
Added by Shawna Neff on May 12, 2012 5:36 PM
Roxanne Ellis VanWormer
RE: Hannah Mosher's grave stone
Okay! I can't promise I will succeed, but I promise I will try. With global climate change, maaybe we won't even have snow this year ... right. I'll get a shot of the stone in question, maybe with Welcome in the frame for reference.

Added by Roxanne Ellis VanWormer on Oct 19, 2010 8:24 AM
Roxanne Ellis VanWormer
RE: Thank you for the photo of Welcome Mosher's gravesite!
You're very welcome. Do you think the partially-effaced stone belongs to Hannah? It looks to me like it says "wife of ... " so I hope it might be useful.

I thought about taking a shot of the stone that was immediately next to Welcome's, but it wouldn't have been much help. You see how the stone sort of "peeled" on one of those stones - it had completely flaked off on the one I think is Deborah's. If it would help you at all, I'm glad to go back before snow flies to take the shot.

The cemetery is definitely secluded and untended, but not a bad meander.

Here is a transcript of this cemetery: which you probably already have. There is another Quaker cemetery nearby, I think, and I will investigate. If you get a lead, be sure to request any photo you want. If I don't get it, there's another couple around these parts who might.

Happy searching!
Added by Roxanne Ellis VanWormer on Oct 18, 2010 4:04 PM
Roxanne Ellis VanWormer
RE: Thank you for the photo of Welcome Mosher's gravesite!
You're very welcome, Nora. It was the perfect Sunday, weather was gorgeous, and I had a search partner to help me bushwhack into the cemetery. I'm grateful to learn the cemetery exists; it's four miles from my house, and how many hundreds of times have I passed it without realizing?

Good luck with your continuing search!
Added by Roxanne Ellis VanWormer on Oct 18, 2010 5:25 AM

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