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Robert Osburn
RE: opps, one additional thought re RJO
Hi again, Just looked at http://nyrgs.org/cemeteryRecords/SectionM.pdf page 246. I have looked at this before and know I remeber that the Carr family was Robert John Osburn's Aunt's family, so I guess there probably isn't a tombstone for Robert. Too for Robert, if I had a lot of money I would get him one. Thanks again
Added by Robert Osburn on Aug 24, 2014 1:27 PM
Robert Osburn
RE: opps, one additional thought re RJO
Well per the records and a tombstone transcription done in 1988 my 3rd great grandmother Harriet (Hulbert) Osburn is suppose to have a tombstone at that Plot S. But there is no tombstone there. Other Mt Hope records show her at Section T Grave 47 with her sister, but again no tombstone. I have walked sections S and T looking for here tombstone several times over the years and have not found it in either area. The other Osborns in that Plot S I am not related to. Frederick was Robert John Osburn's father and is buried in the civil war section. The Osburns at S 1/2 511 R-3, S Grs 111-112 R-324 BB, NE 1/4 371 R3, and some others I am related to. I have photos of all these. My family came to Rochester in 1849 and most are buried at Mt Hope. I believe that Robert John Osburn was buried with some non-Osburn last name relatives, not sure why, probably a money situation. Thanks for all your help. I usually get to Mt Hope once a year to resume my search, but have not got there this year.
Added by Robert Osburn on Aug 24, 2014 1:04 PM
Robert Osburn
RE: Robert John Osburn d. 1888
Thank you very much for trying to find him.
Added by Robert Osburn on Aug 24, 2014 10:54 AM
Ann Day
Ernest
Thanks for sending me the cemetery record page. It is helpful.
Added by Ann Day on Nov 07, 2013 10:29 AM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
TNX
Just another Thank You Paige!

As my dad, Stephen Potter, said" Trampling through the Muck and Mire ..hello muck..hello mire"!

Regards,

Jonathan
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Oct 19, 2013 11:48 PM
K. Appelhof
RE: John S. DeGraaf d. 1881
Thank you very much.
Best Regards,
Kristin
Added by K. Appelhof on Oct 14, 2013 2:20 PM
claire a
Woods/Conlin
Thanks Paige, appreciate your time.
Have a good day, Claire
Added by claire a on Oct 14, 2013 7:22 AM
claire a
Woods
I have been trying to answer the questions of husband and death date as well. This is some information I found.
Mary E Carney Conlin Woods-Woods now not Wood
Birth abt 1800 in Ireland Death 10 March 1863 in Scottsville, Monroe, New York, USA
Husband Matthew Conlin b 1800? Ireland
Thanks so much for your help!!
Claire

Added by claire a on Oct 13, 2013 8:48 AM
Janet Alder
RE: Syvia Eadie d. 2011
I have repeatedly sent emails and called to no avail. Sent another email today, so I'm hopeful. I did find her husband's location because he died prior to 2002, so that is in my note and should help lead a photographer right to it.
Added by Janet Alder on Sep 08, 2013 8:45 PM
Sherri
RE: Emerson photos
Hi Paige,

Jane MIDDLETON moved to NYC by 1864 (we have letters she wrote during the Civil War.) Jane worked for Rev. Thomas GALLAUDET, running a home for elderly deaf-mutes in NYC.

My cousin's house is that building, hence our interest in Jane. We've been researching Jane MIDDLETON for many years. Considering that we started out with only the info on the 1870 & 1880 census it is amazing how much we now know.

But, there's still so many unknowns. In genealogy every answer brings with it more questions. LOL

The BRONSON family that Jane lived with was the Amon BRONSON family. Amon's house is of some historical interest.
http://www.livingplaces.com/NY/Monroe_County/Rochester_City/Third_Ward_Historic_District.html

Our search has taken us from NYC to Albion, Orleans County to Rochester & to Tideswell, England.

It's always nice to communicate with people like yourself that have a love of genealogy & history.

Regards,

Sherri


Added by Sherri on Sep 01, 2013 9:11 PM
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