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CAM (#47724280)
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AnitaKilburnPowers
William-Adelaide Kilbourn
Thank you for getting a photo of their gravestone. I have given you the photo credit on Ancestry.

Anita Kilburn Powers
Added by AnitaKilburnPowers on May 04, 2015 5:37 AM
Sippican
Etta Elizabeth (Gordon) Chase
Thank you so much for the photo of my grandmother's sister. She and her tiny daughter died in the flu epidemic of 1918. Until I started doing genealogy I had no idea my grandmother ever had any siblings.
Added by Sippican on Aug 13, 2014 7:26 AM
rc90
Tenison - Fairvew Cem
Thanks so much for posting the picture of Richard and Evelyn Tenison's grave marker. It is much appreciated. Take care.
Added by rc90 on Aug 13, 2014 6:02 AM
Cav. David Middleton Gratta
Bayes fotos
Thank you for taking the Bayes fotos!
Added by Cav. David Middleton Grat... on Aug 12, 2014 4:09 PM
Cav. David Middleton Gratta
Thank you
Thank you for the taking care of my foto request.
Added by Cav. David Middleton Grat... on Aug 12, 2014 4:08 PM
Kevin B.
RE: Thank you for the VanSchaick photos
Thank you, Cathy. We are in the process of gathering information to send to the Montgomery County Historical Society. Once we verify L.H.'s birth record we will add more information to his memorial.(his California law certificate, bio., engraved portrait, etc.) We don't know exactly where in the county he was born though the family homestead was in Glen. We believe that his father was Marcus H. Van Schaick and that he was the eldest of ten children. My wife's great-grandmother was the youngest and was 3 1/2 years old when her father was killed at the Battle of Cedar Creek in Middletown, VA. We found his wife's Widow's Pension application and other documents on-line. Corporal Van Schaick was 52 years old when he was killed. (He lied about his age to get by the 44 year-old age limit.) The historian at Cedar Creek tells us that it is likely Marcus was buried on the battlefield in an area that is now the parking lot of an inn in Middletown. We were hoping that he had been shipped back to Glen and haven't ruled that out just yet.

The only other related VanSchaick on findagrave that we know of at this time in Montgomery County is my wife's 3rd gg-uncle, John S. VanSchaick who is buried at the Wycoff Cemetery in Glen. There are likely other family members there. We hope we will learn more from the Montgomery County Historical Society. At very least, we'll send them all of our research for their files.

Thanks again for your help!

Kevin and Pegge B.
Beverly, MA
kevb@prodigy.net
Added by Kevin B. on Mar 29, 2012 5:54 PM
aftedford
RE: Herrick
Thank you! I'd definitely be interested if you find a Daniel Herrick born around 1880 or so.
Added by aftedford on Mar 27, 2012 10:11 PM
Janice E Sanford
Sanford Stone
I am unable to print a photo of the Sanford Tombstone..... have you added it in too big of a format ? all it wants to print out are the trees, etc. on the left side of the stone & not the stone.... Thanks..
Added by Janice E Sanford on Feb 28, 2012 8:28 AM
Janice E Sanford
Sanford Stone
I am unable to print a photo of the Sanford Tombstone..... have you added it i too big of a format ? all it wants to print out is the trees, etc. on the left side of the stone.... Thanks..
Added by Janice E Sanford on Feb 28, 2012 8:25 AM
Janice E Sanford
Sanford Stone
Thank You so much for the stone photo ..... now if I could just find someone to get the obits for both of them for me.... Anything I can do for you in the state of Nebraska ?
Added by Janice E Sanford on Feb 28, 2012 5:51 AM
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