|KEN BROWN (#47401862)|
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Currently working on several trees. Born in Tampa, Florida, raised in Bayside, Queens County, New York City, New York, currently living in Northern New Jersey. Retired in 2008. Life long profession is retail bank management. On my mother's side there are Irish and German immigrants (mid 1800s) who lived and raised families in the New York City area. My grandmother on my father's side is the link that makes me a direct descendant of Edward Doty who came over on the Mayflower in 1620. There are generations of colonizers and pioneers on this side. My family on my father's father side were basically pioneers who went from New England to Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Iowa and finally into some western states such as Nebraska, Oregon, California and Kansas. I am trying to organize everything for future generations and to honor my ancestors who have been forgotten and struggled greatly to just to survive.|
I WILL GLADLY TRANSFER MEMORIALS TO RELATIVES OF ANYONE WHO I HAVE ADDED, PROVIDING THE INDIVIDUAL IS NOT PART OF MY OWN FAMILY TREES.PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB ON THE MEMORIAL PAGE. YOU MAY ALSO USE ANY PHOTOS I THAT I HAVE TAKEN FOR YOUR FAMILY TREES, ETC.
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|Tony Chiofolo||Duplicate memorials.|
Ken, I just wanted you to know that this member
AlbFirefly (#46907585) has been duplicating your memorials in St. John's Cemetery. I have E-mail him to let him know. I noticed most of them have happened in 2013.
|CroBear||Daniel Hays, granby, ct|
A while back you asked for his gravestone photo. The one posted ia the "new" one. I since learned that the old orginal gravestone is stored away . You could contact Granby's Salmon Brook Historical Society for more info.
Added by CroBear on Nov 08, 2013 2:43 PM
|Armchair Rich||John L Kanouse|
John L Kanouse, Find A Grave Memorial# 111106197.
Birth 17 Feb 1811
Death 5 Aug 1905
|T Simms||RE: JONES|
Thank you. My dad actually has 2 memorial stones at Locust Hill. This is the one where he is actually buried.
He has his name on one near the office. It's where his first wife is buried. My mom his 2nd wife is up towards the mausoleum. He decided it wouldn't be fair to be buried next to either. So he bought the plot you photographed. btw... are you trying to map all of Locust Hill. If so I commend you. Thanks again.
Added by T Simms on Oct 29, 2013 7:02 PM
|Theresa Fecteau||Gravesite of Sandra Porphy|
Thanks so much for the picture of Sandra Porphy gravesite. I truly appreciate your help. Terri
|ALIB||RE: UHLMAN ETHEL|
Thanks so much, I just noticed someone else had posted for Vera May Uhlman.
Added by ALIB on Oct 22, 2013 8:43 PM
|Terri Vance Weston||Vance|
Thank you so much for the photos you took of my Vance ancestors' headstones. I greatly appreciate you taking the time to do so.
|Marc Moebius||photo of Morris Rosenberg's tombstone|
Dear Ken, Thank you very much for answering my request and taking this photo! It really makes all the difference when doing genealogical research. Kind regards, Marc M.
Thank you for the transfer!
Added by Mom on Oct 16, 2013 5:43 PM
The Blessing family is very appreciative of your support. OZARKCHERYL
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