|Charles Beach (#47565152)|
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I am actively interested in genealogical research, especially of the Beach, Conklin, Caulkins, Stillman, Maxson, Bellinger, Loesch/Lasch, Nelson, Clark, Stauffer, Shellenberger, and Strickler families. I sometimes photograph and post gravestones from related families. I am in the process of documenting some complete cemeteries in the Hudson Valley and in other places I have visited.|
Please understand that, if I post an additional grave marker photo on an existing grave memorial, I am doing so out of respect and for the purposes of clarity and legibility of the gravestone, not for any other reason.
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|Marianne ||RE: Hayter Family Graves|
Hi Charles: thank you so much for the family transfers, they are very much appreciated. Marianne
Added by Marianne on Apr 07, 2015 11:51 AM
|Marianne ||RE: Hayter Family|
Hi Charles: haven't seen your transfer to me on the Hayter line, have I missed doing something to help you make that easier? Marianne
Added by Marianne on Mar 29, 2015 9:38 AM
|Marianne ||RE: Hayter Family|
Hi Charles: thank you for your time & effort of documenting my Hayter family. Two times Great Grandfather and his wife and children. There was always a mystery with William Nelson Hayter in the family, as he died in Port Hope, Ont. and yet I had never found proof he was buried in any of the cemeteries there. There was always a chance that we was buried in Sask. with his wife, but in 1907 we wondered how that was possible. By train no doubt is the answer. I would very much appreciate you transferring the Hayter line to me, my Findagrave account is #47659026. Again, on behalf of our family, past, present and future, we thank you. Marianne
Added by Marianne on Mar 23, 2015 9:20 AM
|Marianne ||Hayter Family Transfer|
Can you tell me if you are related to the Hayter family you have so kindly documented in Alameda Cemetery, Sask.? Always on the look out for family ties to William Nelson Hayter and his line. Marianne
Added by Marianne on Mar 18, 2015 9:45 AM
|Jan Brown||Thomas McMurtry|
Thanks so much for posting these clear photos of our ancestors'McMurtry headstone. Could you please tell me if this is in the Oxbow townsite as we would like to go next summer. Jan Brown
|Laura Goodman||Crawford Methodist Cemtery|
Thank you for posting some photo's that go along with a few of my memorials in the Crawford Cemetery. I appreciate your assistance and am extremely grateful.
Today I was contacted by a Terwilliger family member who would like to know if I am aware of any other Terwilliger's buried in this cemetery. To help this person I plan to look through some old newspapers and such. Before I do this I thought to ask if you are aware of any members of the Terwilliger family buried in this cemetery that are not already documented?
Thank you for all your edits done. My family lines are Carman / Polhamus-Purhamus / Quick / Coddington
Added by Donna on Jan 27, 2015 6:08 AM
May I use the Conklin headstone photos you have taken in Community Cemetery in Orange county New York? I will give you credit. I will use them in my family tree and on Ancestry.com.
Thanks, Vicki C.
Added by Vicki C. on Jan 10, 2015 7:18 PM
|Jerry Clark||Holzer or Hulser|
I see you have added some holzer memorials from Switzerland Schwarzenburg, Bern. Cemetery name is Erlenbach im Simmental. I was wondering if there were anymore holzers there? I also have Holzers buried in Egnach,Thurgau,Switzerland can you give me the name of a cemetery there?
I also see in your bio that you are looking for surname of Clark. That's my last name. Check out my virtual cemetery for the clark name.
|Dave Lehman||Irene Linesly #34012025|
Thank you just doesn't seem enough . . .
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