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Chuck Black (#48054957)
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Bio Photo While new to FindAGrave I've been engaged in genealogical research for better than two decades. I've done several projects for friends and family utilizing Ancestral Quest. FindAGrave has been a godsend for finding information on innumerable ancestors.
I'm always looking for new data sources so send me a note with the tools you use!
Chuck Black
Fremont, California

9/12/2014-Love Tips!
For Northern NY research I use: nnygnealogy.com & fultonhistory.com

5/3/2014 TIP - most appreciated!
genealogybank.com (another historic digital newspaper subscription site)

4/19/2014-Thank you!! Tips
Familysearch.org is great, Mormon Church and records are free, Fold3 is great for Military records, Newspapers.com is good for old newspapers.

Seeking Michigan Death Records, 1898-1920 (digital death records) - FREE: http://seekingmichigan.org/discover/death-records

Michigan County Histories and Atlases (digital histories and atlases - FREE: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micounty/index.html

seekingmichigan.org has added Death Certs. from 1921 thru 1952 - FREE

State of Missouri has free online birth and death records, including some digital scans of original documents. Website: http://www.sos.mo.gov/mdh/ click on "quick links" at upper right of first screen page.

1925 Iowa State census lists names of parents, their ages & birth places -- but you must look at the actual second page for each person; this is at the indexed views at Ancestry and similar sites.
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frwill48
Forest Hill Cemetery - Utica - FAG request
You have a request in F A G for a photo of a grave. The memorial site does not include the Plot and/or Lot numbers which would help easily find the graves you want photographed.

If you will call or email the Forest Hill Cemetery and ask for Plot and Lot information, I would be glad to go there and take the photographs for you.

The office number is 315-735-2701 and their email is fhc1850@msn.com

Once you have the information, please add it to the person’s F A G memorial site and mark it with a “Photo Request” or email me the burial information at frwill48@gmail.com

Please note: If the gravestone is covered in lichen or moss I will attempt to clean them with water and soft soap solution, except for older slate and limestone gravestones. I do not use shaving cream, chalk or abrasives.

Best regards,

Frank
Added by frwill48 on Nov 21, 2015 5:42 AM
Karen Kroth Wise
Huldah Baker Barden
Greetings, I am very pleased to see your post on Find A Grave. Huldah is my great great great grandmother. My great great grandfather is Ezra. The Bardens are an elusive lot. I am not sure where Huldah and Abram were originally from, or how many children they had. Ezra is the youngest of Huldah, after she died Abram remarried and they had one more child according the the Oneida Co census of 1850 (I think that was the year). Ezra and Nelson enlisted in the 2nd Oneida in 1861, mustered out in 1863. Nelson re-enlisted again, though I can't recall what company. There was a William Barden in that company. Perhaps a brother or cousin. I know where Ezra is buried, along with his second wife and infant daughter. Huldah has been my road block. I am thinking she was buried in a Methodist cemetery in Deerfield which was removed. I have no proof but the family had been active Methodists and I believe that Ezra was born in Deerfield. I recall dragging my poor uncles all over Oneida Co trying to locate the cemetery.
I know this is long winded. I am just very pleased to find someone else looking for Huldah.
Best wishes on your search.
Karen Wise
Added by Karen Kroth Wise on Oct 03, 2015 12:06 PM
Laurie
Fitchette Family
Hello, Barney Fitchette is my great uncle. I saw that you are working on the lineage and asked people to contact.
Added by Laurie on Aug 22, 2015 10:49 PM
Karen Todd
RE: Lelah Graves
Done! Sorry I didn't take a photo of the other Chandler gravestone marker. I noticed it in the background of the photo I took when I posted it last night.

My husband and I are in Montana for the summer so are trying to visit cemeteries with requests nearby. Although Dillon is about two hours away from where we are living. We weren't able to finish the list of requests and hope to get back to Mountain View in a couple of weeks after visiting family leave week after next.

Karen Todd
Williston, Vermont
Added by Karen Todd on Jul 31, 2015 1:48 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: Robert L Casteel
I've made a note & I'll check for him next time I'm up that way......He wasn't there with the others, or I would have taken it, too.....The book I have was made in 1984, so I'll have to search the cemetery for him. I'll check the more recent sections & see if he is in that area.....
Added by Janice Lapp on Apr 23, 2015 6:53 AM
 

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