|Amy Baker (#47823817)|
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|I am an Armchair Genealogist.....doing lots of research on my family history. I recently moved to the Vestal/Binghamton area with my husband and I am a stay at home mom, looking for something interesting to do around this area. I love visiting cemeteries and looking at all the old gravestones. I would love to take photos for someone you are looking for!!|
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|Nancy Meadows||RE: William Long|
Thanks for all the info, Amy. I've checked for any obit or death notice, but found nothing so far. Do you know for sure that Mary Sumpter-Long-Moore is buried there, too? It's funny, but I saw that James Moore's first wife, Mary Stevens, is buried in the Burkhartt Cem, which is another little abandoned, overgrown, very remote cemetery a couple miles south I've been to. I didn't find a stone for her, either.
I live a couple hours away, but maybe I can get back up to Hardister sometime and do some probing for stones. I know there are Sumpters there with no stones, as well as others.
|Nancy Meadows||William Long|
A few years ago, I photographed all the stones in Hardister Cemetery that I could find. I was able to read all the engraved stones, but there appeared to be several unmarked graves, as well as quite a few marked with fieldstones. This cemetery is on a hill up a short, unmarked grass lane, and doesn't sit on a road. If you have any further info on William, such as a middle initial, parents, spouse, etc., I'll be glad to see if I can find anything about him.
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