|Harvey Bell||Photos at Old Marcellus Village Cemetery|
Sorry to say, but I photographed all of the locatable and visible stones at Marcellus and entered all of the interments that weren't already entered. If there isn't one listed, then it no longer exists. Might notify your requester and save a trip.
death certificates for NY state can be obtained at:
they only have back to 1881 prior to that you are at the mercy of local churches so hopefully whomever you are looking for belonged to a church that still is active.
happy to help.
|Dave Van Doren||RE: vandoren|
Evan Mary Van Doren Ackerman and her sister, Alden Oliva are g granddaughters of Joseph David Ackerman (1907-1974); they are also my granddaughters.
David Miller Van Doren (1908-1990) is my father.
Charles Robert Walters (1876-1949) is my grandfather
Dave Van Doren
|Bruce Speck||RE: moyer|
I next time I visit that cemetery, I will try to get a better tombstone photo or etching to determine the dates.
|Keith Reeves||Edward Cregg|
Howdy! Thanks for the St. Francis pic of the Cregg stone. I don't see Edward listed, but rather William, with differing dates. Is it perhaps mis-linked by chance? Thanks in advance for helping me to clarify!
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Jean M Hamilton Fike|
Thanks for the photo
|Nanette Kurgan Stine||Woythal photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the Woythal's grave site. I greatly appreciate your effort.
|clevelandpole||RE: ann norris baker|
You are very welcome.
|Martha McKim Marshall||Mandiville F Ward gravestone|
Thank you so much for the picture of Mandiville Ward's gravestone. I think these kinds of pictures are the best documentation of dates, spelling, etc. and this one certainly helps me.
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