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Virginia Crocker (#47828654)
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Diane Blair
RE: Joseph H Palmer d. 1847
Virginia, there is a Betsey Palmer in the Palmer Cemetery d. 1867, but there isn't any proof that she is the wife of Joseph. The transcriptions don't indicate who his wife is. does have a tree for a Joseph Hoyt Palmer who died in Dickinson, NY with a wife Elizabeth Betsy Simpson Dolloff. She died in New Hampshire 1872 according to that site. You might want to contact the contributor if you haven't already. The tree name is "Caldwell/Walton Family Tree."
Added by Diane Blair on Mar 17, 2015 9:24 PM
Diane Blair
RE: Joseph H Palmer d. 1847
Virginia, the record for Joseph H. Palmer came from "Northern New York Tombstone Transcription Project, but upon closer look I see an error. I am going to remove h/o and research this. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Diane
Added by Diane Blair on Jan 24, 2015 10:09 AM
RE: Thomas Owens & Julia Burnet
Hi again Virginia, I spoke to my friend Mary at the Beacon Cemetery Preservation Committee and she gave me the information for Thomas.He was a Corporal in Company G 54th New York Volunteers.if you send me your E Mail address to mine I can attache a photo of the New York Veteran`s Burial Card she sent to me . She also told me if you like to E Mail they may have more information. A local resident who just passed away was researching all local civil war vets and his widow gave his files to the Beacon Historical Society, they don`t have fees for copies but they appreciate donations.take care
Added by Doug on Nov 25, 2014 3:45 PM
RE: Thomas Owens & Julia Burnet
Hi Virginia,The inscription under the death date looked like it was military information,it looks like possibly he was the rank of cpl. I see vol which could be for example NY volunteer probably during the Civil War. I will check with Mary from the Beacon Cemetery Preservation Committee they are doing restorations on some Civil War Vets stones and have information on local vets.they may have his information if he was a Vet. also if you wish the cemetery committee has a web site and you could contact them yourself.regardless when I get back home I will contact Mary and get back to you. I will try to get the information off the base of the stone also. take care,
Added by Doug on Nov 15, 2014 4:58 AM
James Gray
RE: Zenas Crane Rennie
I am not sure what two photos you are referring to. I have several photos of Rennie, all acquired from reliable sources with his name on them. There is only one on the Find a Grave and only one on the website; and both came from reliable sources. Please send me a copy of the two photos you are speaking of and I'll try and determine if they were from me and where they came from. I'll be happy to send you my entire research file on Rennie if you would like it.

James Gray
Added by James Gray on Mar 28, 2013 10:57 PM

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