|Kurt Riegel (#47698588)|
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I am the proud owner of One Stone at a Time who specializes in gravestone cleaning, straightening, and restoration of historic gravestones in and around New York State. If you have a stone that you would like cleaned, restored, or straightened send me an email and I will give you an estimate. I am fully trained and certified in working with historic gravestones.|
I am a local history maniac, who has a hobby (some may call it an obsession) of finding and visiting old cemeteries, especially small, rural plots. If I have a memorial of someone that is in your family or very close to you, I would be more than happy to transfer it to you. Also, if you have any extra information for any memorial I have, please feel free to send me an email. I will update the memorial very quickly. (I secretly love getting added information or corrections to the memorials I upload. I check my email several times a day hoping to find one...)
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|Steven Keller||Thank you!|
Thanks for the nice message, Kurt. Let me know when you get your site up -- if it's amenable to you, I would like to link. Happy Thanksgiving!
|John A. Aiello||Met your Dad!|
Hi there Kurt ... Small world ... I met your dad one day while I was home in Deposit ... he was working ... we got talking and it some how the topic went to cemeteries and grave stones and he mentioned his son repairs and cleans gravestones ... I mentioned Bainbridge and I said I know your son ... he is very proud of the work you do. See you after the snow melts in the spring!
Do you have a website? I have a new website and I would like to link to you if possible.
Thanks! God bless you!
|Teresa A B Schopfer||RE: Engraving|
Thank Kurt for getting back to me. I'll get back to you later for your friend's name when I have a stone to be engraved. Appreciate it!-Teresa
|Teresa A B Schopfer||Engraving|
Please email me, (email@example.com), with an estimate for engraving about 38 characters on an existing monument (see Find A Grave# 97844766). My great x 3 grandfather was never listed on the monument and would like to have it done. Thanks- Teresa
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||RE: Nathan Noble, SAR Patriot #P-256642, Find A Grave Memorial# 20576719|
Thanks for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Nathan Noble, SAR Patriot #P-256642, Find A Grave Memorial# 20576719|
I am Dennis Boyer, Secretary, Arkansas Society, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. I am a volunteer working on updates of the SAR Patriot Index, now available on line at http://patriot.sar.org. Nathan Noble is among my assignees, and I have located your photo at his memorial. We anticipate eventually being able to include photos, where available, with the Patriot's listing, so I am asking your permission to download and prepare for posting your photo.
Thanks for your good work.
Findagrave contributor #47495147
|Jack Chambers||Wilson Van Dyke|
Thank you for finding and posting the grave of my GGG Uncle, Wilson Van Dyke. He was born in about 1795 in Turbot PA.
You found his and his wife's graves in St Matthews Cemetery, Unadilla, NY.
|Paul R||RE: Benjamin Watrous|
The cemetery is pretty much uniform in its maintenance. The stone is exposed to the elements so it is in danger as much as any other stone is. There are leaning/fallen stones scattered throughout the cemetery.
Added by Paul R on Nov 04, 2013 5:48 AM
Hi.I am looking for someone with the last name "Raitt" that is buried in this cemetery. I have a very nice article that was written for his funeral that I think would add to his memorial. Problem is,the article doesn't state his first name. Unless his name was "Editor". The article starts out-"THE FUNERAL OF EDITOR RAITT". I am assuming they meant he was an Editor of the newspaper that the article is from,but then again maybe "Editor" was his first name.Unfortunately I don't know what newspaper the article is from,but i'm sure it has to be a local one because of how it was written. I would be glad to send you the article to add to his memorial if we can find him. Thanks,Cindy (#47079039)
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