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Dawn Timberlin-Whitesel (#46868661)
 member for 10 years, 5 months, 16 days
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Seth Bogdanove
RE: Juliet Rachel Bogdanove
I was told that she's in section 17. I don't know what plot, but I remember that her footstone was at the roadside.
Thanks,
Seth

Added by Seth Bogdanove on Nov 29, 2011 9:46 AM

Mary Zimmerman
thank you!
Dawn,

thank you very much for the lovely pictures of the Stack headstone and cemetery. I truly appreciate your time and effot!

Have a wonderful day, you've made mine!

Mary Ann Zimmerman

Added by Mary Zimmerman on Nov 07, 2011 5:33 AM

Gina
Laiacona & Passaretti
Thanks for the pictures I really appreciate your time. Gina

Added by Gina on Nov 06, 2011 6:42 PM

Gram
Thank you!
Thank you so very much, Dawn, for taking & posting the great pictures of the tombstones at Union Cemetery! I appreciate that so much!

Added by Gram on Nov 06, 2011 3:07 PM

Janet Muff
Daniel Bree
Dawn, thanks for all the trouble! I suppose it's possible that Daniel doesn't have a stone. He married Mary McManus late in life. Many of his siblings were gone by then. And there may have been no one to put up a stone for him. I'm wondering whether Mary has a stone. In any case, I'll be very grateful to hear what your friend has to say. And if there's no stone, at least I can post that information on the memorial at Find-a-grave and cross off one more thing on my "to do" list.
Janet

Added by Janet Muff on Nov 06, 2011 10:45 AM

conley
Gerald Conley
Thank you for the picture of Mr Conley's grave stone. It was most appreciated. Jackie

Added by conley on Nov 06, 2011 7:59 AM

sassa
Patrick J McCann Headstone
Dear Dawn - Thanks a million for making the trek to St Agnes Cemetery to photography my great grandfather's headstone. I appreciate it so very much. You provide so much happiness for others. Regards, carolyn pierce

Added by sassa on Nov 05, 2011 6:19 PM

Janet Muff
Daniel Bree
Dawn,

Thank you for attempting to find the stone for Daniel Bree in the Saint Agnes Cemetery. I'm sorry if it felt like a wild goose chase.

I spoke with my brother-in-law a few minutes ago and he says that Daniel is definitely there, along with his wife Mary McManus. They are buried in the "McManus Plot," whatever that is.

Don't make a special trip, but if you happen to go to the cemetery at any time, will you see if there is a record for the McManus family. Things might have been screwed up, and Daniel may look like a McManus, rather than a Bree. AND, if you happen to find him and his wife Mary, just let me know and I'll place another photo request so that you can get credit for the photos.

And if you don't get there, I'll try to locate the burial myself next summer when my husband and I are on the East Coast.

Thanks again for your help,

Janet Muff

Added by Janet Muff on Nov 05, 2011 3:42 PM

Russ
Thank You!
Dawn I thank you for taking the time to photograph the Sabatino stone for me!

Russ

Added by Russ on Nov 05, 2011 2:57 PM

dmwk
Thanks x 6
Thank you for all thd Cheesman photos taken at the Union Cemetery in Fort Edwards. You are Great! Thanks DK

Added by dmwk on Nov 05, 2011 2:12 AM

Rose Haramia Mitcham
RE: Union Cemetery, Fort Edward
I will do that...thank you~

Added by Rose Haramia Mitcham on Nov 03, 2011 6:44 PM

jhw54
RE: Re: George Vanderwerker
Dawn:

I appreciate the photo of Bertha a lot and also appreciate you volunteering to go back again in the future. I drove by the Union Cemetery last year and thought that'd be neat to look through but I didn't know about my connections at the time. My dad and I dodged rain all three days we were up there and barely had time to make it around to family graves at Riverside Cemetery (Ft. Miller), Brick Church (Wilton), and Greenwich (Salem). I hope to come back someday, but not an easy trip to plan from Arkansas. Thanks again for your help.
Jonathan

Added by jhw54 on Nov 01, 2011 6:46 PM

jhw54
Re: George Vanderwerker
I appreciate you posting the photo of George Vanderwerker. I submitted a request for it a couple of weeks ago so I don't know if you was responding to my request or a request from someone else, but needless to say thanks for submitting it. I've added a memorial for Bertha, George's wife. I know she was born in either 1876 or 1877 and she was married to George in 1896. She died between 1910 and 1920. In 1910 she's living and married to George, but by the 1920 census George is listed as a widower.

Most of the other Vanderwerkers directly connected to my family are buried in Riverside Cemetery in Fort Miller and I was able to take photos of those when I made a visit a year ago. At the time I didn't know about the Union Cemetery and George and Bertha being buried there. I've heard that it's possible that George's uncle and aunt, Rozell and Margaret (Willard) Vanderwerker might be buried in Union Cemetery but have no way of confirming that myself.

Added by jhw54 on Nov 01, 2011 12:37 PM

MJD Dexter
RE: George VanDerwerker
HI,
Dawn that would be nice of you to send me this info. Thanks

Added by MJD Dexter on Oct 31, 2011 6:45 PM

MJD Dexter
RE: Cheeseman
Thanks Dawn that would be great if you could send me those names. Thanks again.

Added by MJD Dexter on Oct 31, 2011 6:32 PM

Linda Towers
WOOD
THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!!! I'm sooo excited and appreciate you doing this!!! YOU are an ANGEL!!!!

Linda:)

Added by Linda Towers on Oct 31, 2011 6:07 PM

Michael V Drachman
RE: Albert Double
Dawn,

If they put a name on the crypt, that will be do-able. As it is right now there is nothing on the marble face plate.

KR,
Mike

Added by Michael V Drachman on Oct 30, 2011 1:28 PM

Nancy Crane
RE: King Links
Thanks, Dawn. I just posted the picture that I took in May 1986 of Hezekiah and Mercy's stones. As you can see, one of them was cracked at that time and I'm not sure why they are up on those boards. I have close-ups of the writing, but they aren't very good. Maybe something has happened to her stone since then.

Added by Nancy Crane on Oct 23, 2011 11:46 AM

john komar
RE: Spicer Family Cemetery
located on the east side of Taylor Woods road in West Fort Ann. On top of a bank next to the road, about .4 miles fron intersection with Copeland road. Has Fairbanks Alaska DAR marker.

Added by john komar on Sep 30, 2011 1:47 PM

Mojo Warren
RE: Spicer family cemetery
I was surpised to see that one online site had the larger cemetery but it is not impossible. Too bad their information is wrong. I am glad the poster of the cemetery responded so quickly with the location. But I understand if it is in too bad shape or the stones are gone. I appreciate your efforts.

Mojo

Added by Mojo Warren on Sep 30, 2011 8:54 AM

Mojo Warren
RE: Spicer family cemetery
I sent an email to the person who posted the burials and just got a response back. This is the location he gave me.

Located on the east side of Taylor Woods Rd, in West Fort Ann. On top of a bank next to the road, about .4 miles from intersection with Copeland Pond Rd. The Mayhews are an early Massachuetts name so you may find them there.

Hopefully this is the place. If you do not have the time to do this, I understand and appreciate your being willing to try.

Thanks!

Added by Mojo Warren on Sep 29, 2011 9:59 AM

Mojo Warren
RE: Spicer family cemetery
I appreciate your help. I am a Spicer descendant and the Spicer genealogy stated they were buried on the farm. Another researcher posted online the information I gave you with a map. I do know one case where they deeded the family farm cemetery to the town for use as a town cemetery, since the town had grown so much.

I will keep looking and see if I can find any more clues.

Mojo

Added by Mojo Warren on Sep 28, 2011 7:57 AM

Mojo Warren
RE: Spicer family cemetery
I did some more looking. Apparently what was once referred to as the Spicer cemetery and was on the farm, is now called Hadlock & Buttermilk Falls Cemetery in Fort Ann. I saw a map and if it is correct, it is on the corner of George St (Rt 4) & Ann St (Rt 149). Near Fort Ann Antiques.

I guess someone posted burials from a transcription without all the information.

Thank you for being willing to take the time to find this for me!

Mojo

Added by Mojo Warren on Sep 27, 2011 12:15 PM

Jennifer Bennett Powers
Sunnyside Cemetery
I thought I'd pass a message along to you in case you can help:
"By any chance, are you the person who started this cemetery? Added the name and location? If you are, you are able to edit the cemetery name and address. Would you please add some additional information so it reads:

Sunnyside Cemetery
Sunnyside Road
Queensbury Town
Warren County
New York, USA

Thanks so much,
Alice"

Alice -> http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47160081

Added by Jennifer Bennett Powers on Sep 18, 2011 9:30 PM

Kelly Grimaldi
RE: Sunnyside Cemetery
Dawn, I have not forgotten what needs to be done in Sunnyside. I am dealing with some issues here with St. Agnes Cemetery so I can't come up for Labor Day weekend. She has to be my first priority, though Sunnyside is not far behind these days. I will be up next weekend (I hope) so we can do some more repair work. How is our Charlie Brown? Stable I hope!!

Kelly

Added by Kelly Grimaldi on Sep 03, 2011 3:08 PM

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