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Linda Correia (#47819486)
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Bio Photo Hi there! I have been doing genealogy research for the past 34 years and I have introduced my son Nicholas into this fun hobby as well. I have met so many wonderful and helpful people on this site that have helped me I hope I can return the favor to someone!
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Liz Owens
RE: Porter Beebe
You are welcome!
Added by Liz Owens on May 25, 2015 12:05 PM
bernice
prosper peuquet's family
saw yours and donna rose's notes on prosper peuquet family who are buried in saint francis
cemetery. find a grave memorial #96248930.
I believe that he is my maternal great grandfather. his daughter rose was my maternal
grandmother born in 1877 and died in 1905. she
married august stegner and had two daughters and
one son. their names were celena(listed as salena
on some records), rose and leonard. the son was
last listed on new York census 1905 at the age 2.
eventually the two girls were put in a orphanage.
my aunt rose stayed in new York. my mother celena
came to cleveland, ohio. I have tried to find out
more about my grandmother but came to some dead
ends. can you suggest any good sites to help me find out more about leonard and my grandfather.
I would like to find the graves of my mother's side of the family. thank you for any help you can give
me.
thank you bernice
Added by bernice on Aug 13, 2014 12:10 PM
Clay
RE: Donald E Evans - Sunnyside Cemetery
You are welcome. Also, feel free to use the photo for any non-commercial purpose.
Added by Clay on May 26, 2014 9:28 PM
Clay
Donald E Evans - Sunnyside Cemetery
You have a memorial for Donald Evans at Sunnyside Cemetery, Long Beach, CA. Another Find A Grave volunteer previously posted a grave photo indicating the grave as unmarked. I have found the marker and have just posted a photo of it.
Added by Clay on May 26, 2014 11:23 AM
Barbara Hall
RE: Wm McFatridge
Hi- Im glad that I Got it for you. I tried for a week to read that one and couldnt and one day my grandaughter came in and I had her take a look at it and saw the McFatridge right away and then she saw the first name. Ive had to let so many of them go because I just couldnt read them. We were lucky for her good eyes. Barb
Added by Barbara Hall on Jul 24, 2013 4:48 PM
Tracy
RE: Benjamin Truax
Hi Linda,

There were lots of Truaxs there, most of which had already been photographed for Find A Grave. If you're looking for a particular name that isn't already photographed, let me know and I'll see if I can locate it the next time I go.
Have a great day!
Added by Tracy on May 06, 2013 9:38 AM
TerriwithaC
RE: Jeremiah Rinehart
You're welcome for both of them (opposite sides of the same obelisk). The nicest of the old stones there.
Added by TerriwithaC on Mar 29, 2013 5:07 PM
Duke Fuller
RE: Evans
I agree. I walked up and down every row for the whole section.. over 20 minutes.. just to double and triple check the surrounding areas. I saddens me to report unmarked graves, but there still is closure. Good luck and please let me know if I can do anything else. D
Added by Duke Fuller on Feb 27, 2013 12:11 PM
Katherine MacIntyre
RE: Abraham Truax (memorial 101372009)
Sorry for the delay. Could not reach new owners of property, so we took a ride Saturday and I could not believe it when we ended up in the driveway of my friend's parents house. I finally reached her today and yes the cemetery was on her parents property. My friend is in her 70s and can remember playing in the cemetery with her brothers. She also remembers there were a lot of stones there in the 1940-1950s. Her father rented out the land to a tenant farmer who must have removed the stones so he would have more land to farm. Sad story but very common in this area. Very little respect for history. The same village tore down the last Greek Revival building used for commerce in the State of New York to build a convenience store. Sorry I could not help you further, but I certainly learned some interesting history. There is a nice write up on the cemetery on Find a grave. More dates, etc if you would like more info. Have a nice day, Katherine
Added by Katherine MacIntyre on Feb 26, 2013 2:25 PM
Katherine MacIntyre
RE: Abraham Truax (memorial 101372009)
I agree. I will contact new owners of property tomorrow to doubt check the information and get back to you. Katherine
Added by Katherine MacIntyre on Feb 22, 2013 7:45 PM
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