|John Burns (#48066533)|
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Came upon the markers for the Brintnall women today and added photos. I saw they didn't have any. Hope it was helpful.
|Jayne Allen||David Allen|
Hi....#1172236929, Oakwood Cemetery, Lansingburgh
I have found his cemetery records saying he was 40 at death, thus DOB=1808. In same Lot, Sec F, No 206 is his daughter Irene, DOD=10 Feb 1847 and son Edward, DOD 21 Feb 1848. These 3 graves were moved from the Lansing Cemetery. There are 36 persons in this lot . David was the grandson of Cornelius Lansing.
|William J. Simmons||Memere Soulier|
She was born in Ste.Melanie, Joliette,Quebec.
|William J. Simmons||RE: Nicolas Langlais?|
I now they moved from near Riviere du Loup area to Ste.Melanie, Joliette, Quebec. I also know that Claire Langlais ( Simon.) lived at 19 Cataract St. in Cohoes as Nicolas is dead. I have the family documents all the way back to 1600's. The name was Sargent, the two children were taken by the Abanaki in 1703 from Saco, Maine. Many firts hand documents in my research and my Uncles y-dna is a 100% match to the Sargents of Saco,Me. I have a family history page on facebook. I put it there to share my 30+ years of research with everyone. Keep in touch, Bill , -----firstname.lastname@example.org and Langlais family of N.Y on facebook.
|William J. Simmons||Nicolas Langlais?|
John, Do you know where our Great Great parents Nicolas Langlais and Claire Langlais(Simon)are buried ? They were Pepere's parents. Thanks, Bill
|William J. Simmons||Langlais|
John, Hello, How are you ? Ida Langlais was my Grandfathers sister. His name was William. Thanks for posting the pic. Memere was born in Ste. Melanie, Que. I have lots of Langlais documents on a facebook page Langlais family of N.Y. Thanks again, Bill
|George Paul Farris||Mary Alice Witcher, née Barlow|
Good Morning John: I wanted to seize this moment to thank you for the wonderful photograph of the headstone of my cousin's wife. It adds significantly to her memorial. My profound thanks...
|Ann Harmon Govers||John and Lula Hunter|
John, thank you so very much for the photos of tombsones...
|Joni Schuster Trout||Barbarite Longwell|
A very BIG Thank You to John Burns for taking this photo!
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