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Eileen (#47890998)
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Researching Seeley-Woodman-Bowman-Hicks in New York/Conneticut, and Bladen-Burke-Curran in Virginia/Washington DC.
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RE: Philetus R Seeley and wife Mary Wilbur Bowman Seeley
Sorry, I don't. I do know that Jan Reasoner spent all last year trying to photograph and enter every grave at Evergreen (it's a real hodgepodge of a cemetery - not too many discernible rows up there, and no listed plot/section numbers), so if there's no photo on the site, there may well not be a stone. I'd recommend that you call either the town clerk in the Town of Pine Plains, or the Peck & Peck Funeral home in Pine Plains ((518- 398-7777)and get the name/address/or phone number of the president of the Evergreen cemetery association. He/She should be able to check the records and get you the information you need. If that doesn't work, and you just need confirmation of burial, you can order the death certificates from New York state. This will cost you $22 per certificate, and take forever to get, and there's no guarantee the cemetery will be listed, but given that they died in the 20's and 30's, the info should be there. The death certificates should also be available from the town clerk in the town of Gallatin in Columbia county where they died. The cost is the same, but the service will probably be a lot faster. You have the names and death dates, so shouldn't have any problems getting the certificates.

Good luck
Added by Susan on Feb 12, 2015 8:58 AM
Mrs. Bee
RE: James W Keene
Many, many thanks for all of your research! I am grateful to you for such high-quality effort. I've included the genealogical portion of your message in his bio, with credit to you.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jan 26, 2015 8:54 AM
Susan Ing
RE: Alfred Wells
You can change all of this on the memorial through the edit button
Added by Susan Ing on Oct 06, 2014 11:37 AM
James Odland
Dr. Stanley & Helen Kucera

Thank you for photographing the Kuceras grave marker and adding it onto their Memorial pages.

At the time I was born, there were complications. Dr. Kucera and a number of doctors saved my mother' life as well as my own.

Added by James Odland on Jul 15, 2014 7:29 PM
ronald conrad
Gerald & Scott Truman
Thank you so much for taking the headstone photos of Gerald And his son Scott. They are very much appreciated. Have a great day.
Added by ronald conrad on Jul 13, 2014 11:06 PM
Roxy Triebel
Bowman info
Thanks for the birth information for Maltiah/Meletiah Bowman and his wife Rhoba Arnold. I had those on my family tree, but for some reason didn't get around to putting them on the memorials here on Findagrave.

So you're the candiequeen who's been copying all that Bowman stuff off my Ancestry tree! Let me know if you have any questions. (I'm "treebz65")

Thanks for the kind words about the web site, etc. I have a lot of fun researching it and it's always great to hear that people find it helpful.
Added by Roxy Triebel on Sep 07, 2013 4:48 AM
RE: Mary Wilbur Bowman b.1846
I'd be happy to turn her over to you. Go to her page and click on "edit" in the upper right. The click on "add a correction". Send the request that way. Everything on findgrave is done by numbers, if you send the request via the edit link, findagrave will send me both the number of Mary's memorial and your member number, both of which I need to make the transfer
Added by Susan on Jun 29, 2013 10:26 PM

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