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Balto (#48072824)
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Bio Photo I love looking into my pedigree, and helping my grandma put names to all her memories.

Stevens - Willard
Thompson - Richardson
Terry - Westpahll
Newell - Vanpelt

Colonies, Canada, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England :) NY, MI, PA, MA

If you need a Detroit cemetery - most have a price for look up, so we can coordinate if you look up the information I'll get you the photo quickly :)

I'm very happy to transfer memorials that I am not related to, please contact me if you find I have a family member of yours.

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Troy Kelley
RE: William Newell
I'm wondering if you have any further information on this Wm. Newell aside from what's listed on Find A Grave? I believe he is the Wm. Newell from Onondaga County in New York, and more specifically from Cardiff, NY. I did some digging on Ancestry and things match up: name, birthdate, wife, son, census information. If this is the same Wm. Newell, then he played a part in one of the most famous hoaxes in US history, namely the Cardiff Giant. I would like to verify this and would appreciate any help you may be able to give.
Thank you,
Troy Kelley
Added by Troy Kelley on Nov 29, 2015 9:04 AM
RE: Anthony VanPelt
Didn't see any other Van Pelts next to him. Looks like no headstones on graves on either side of him.
Added by rly133 on Oct 02, 2015 12:50 PM
Johnie Johnson
Adolphus and Arminta Venier
Thank you for taking and posting a picture of their headstone on
Added by Johnie Johnson on Jul 27, 2015 3:43 AM
Robert Richard
Nancy roloson
Hello,I was in the old Beemerville cemetery today.Its a very small and very old cemetery. Most of if not all the headstones are damaged and just laying on the ground.They are so old you can't even read the names. Sorry
Added by Robert Richard on Mar 30, 2015 4:40 PM
H. Gifford Photo Lutheran Church, Manasquan, NJ
I saw your request while I was at nearby Atlantic View cemetery, but had only enough time to look there and at Quaker cemetery. I figured I'd go back on my next day off. Coincidentally, while finishing up at Quaker, I found a few Gifford graves and one of those had the same name as your request, but a different and later year. 18x3? Its a bit faded and too difficult to read, but later today I will try to extract the full text with lightroom. If you would like this or any of the other Gifford photos I found, let me know and I'll toss them onto the google cloud for you to download. I will still try for your original request as well.
Added by rich on Apr 28, 2014 4:10 AM
Barbara Wolf
RE: Saffen
It was a beautiful afternoon. I couldn't resist getting outside. You are welcome for the photos. There was also a Leo C in the same plot - so I took his photo too. Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Mar 31, 2014 9:12 AM
RE: Gould
I saw that there were two. I think I have them listed correctly. Thanks.

Added by Saratoga on Mar 18, 2014 8:13 AM
I'm totally confused on the Thomas' and Lydia's in the Gould family. If you see I have it wrong please let me know.

Thanks for your help.

Added by Saratoga on Mar 18, 2014 7:57 AM
Private Eyes
Thank you for the parents of Reba Willis Neal's parents....I have linked them.
Added by Private Eyes on Feb 20, 2014 2:30 PM
pat arnold
Hannaniah Gifford
i was in Manasquan today and thought I would look in the Presbyterian Churchyard. Its small with many of the markers difficult or impossible to read. I did speak with 3 people inside the church office, one of them being a member of the Manasquan Historical society. The church was not established until well into the 1800s and the town of Manasquan either. It is unlikely the grave you are looking for is in this spot. I did walk and look at all the markers and did not see anything. Good luck, Pat Arnold
Added by pat arnold on Feb 12, 2014 3:24 PM
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