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Laurie LaPage (#47617896)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 30 days
Taphophile Duo
RE: Claude C. Field
Anything you can tell me about the Connely's will be greatly appreciated! It's so nice to meet you.

Added by Taphophile Duo on Aug 30, 2014 7:53 PM

Taphophile Duo
RE: Claude C. Field
Hi there semi-relative! You're the only person who can link him to his parents. Maggie is in Find A Grave Memorial# 76695350. His father's memorial is: Find A Grave Memorial# 76695302

Claude is my 3rd cousin 2x removed. His GG grandfather Isaac Connely was my 5G grandfather. I'm in touch with some of his aunt's descendants on facebook.

Do you know, did Claude have any children besides Jean (who I have been totally unable to trace).

THank you!

Added by Taphophile Duo on Aug 29, 2014 8:57 PM

RE: photo requests
Thanks for your reply.

Hope you son gets well soon.

Added by mommycita on Aug 07, 2014 6:38 PM

photo requests
Do you do photo requests in the Dickinson, NY area?

Added by mommycita on Aug 06, 2014 5:56 PM

Judith Stress
RE: Gero's in Morningside Cemetery, Malone, NY
Dear Laurie,

Thanks so much for even thinking about a reply! You have enough to take care of right now.

Prayers and best wishes to you that all will soon be well!


Added by Judith Stress on Jul 28, 2014 9:47 AM

Greg Furniss
RE: Jonathan and Sobriety Norris
By all means use the photos in any way you wish, with or without crediting me. I consider them "public domain".

Let me know if there's anything else down this way you're looking for.

Best regards,


Added by Greg Furniss on Jul 28, 2014 9:18 AM

Greg Furniss
RE: Amos Davis
Hi, Laurie - have just posted photo of Rebecca's gravestone, yes, on the side of Amos' stone. Have not found Calvin yet, but will keep looking & post if I'm successfulin finding it. Glad to help -



Added by Greg Furniss on Jul 26, 2014 5:56 PM

Joni Spellman Krause
RE: augustine lefever
Dear Laurie, May I put your photo on with credit given to you? Thank-you, Joni

Added by Joni Spellman Krause on Jul 24, 2014 5:54 AM

Judith Stress
RE: Gero's in Morningside Cemetery, Malone, NY
Hi Laurie,

Just a friendly reminder...Have you had a chance to see burial records for Sarah DeLane Gero Born 4 Mar 1844 in Canada, Died 6 Dec 1914, Belmont, Franklin, NY. According to her obituary she should be interred in Morningside Cemetery with her spouse, Peter Gero & children James & Jennie. There may not be a marker for her but hope to learn that she is listed in the record book of burials.

Thanks, Laurie,

Judy Stress

Added by Judith Stress on Jul 14, 2014 1:19 PM

Scott Seymour
RE: William D. Brennan Post
Go right ahead continuing your fight for William Brennan to be's VERY appropriate, given the weekend. I am in Illinois....Minooka to be exact, and can only do what I can by calling people from afar. On another note, you made mention of not being able to get to made it sound too far away....if one were to mapquest it, they'd find themselves somewhere between Watertown and Syracuse.....WRONG!!! The Chateaugay I speak of is still in Franklin County, just west and a little north of Malone (about thirteen miles). Between the two points is the town of Burke, another place mentioned in my family's history.

Added by Scott Seymour on May 26, 2014 8:19 AM

Roslyn Roisman-Patchi
Carrie McCoy Creque
Thanks so much for the excellent photo!

Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on May 25, 2014 11:32 AM

Scott Seymour
RE: William Brennan
I'm not William's memorial keeper, but I am two transfers away from having seven generations linked together going down from him and up his wife's side of the family....someone in the middle of my "set" who has their messages turned off....would love to "force" findagrave to have them hear my case. The GAR post in Malone is named after'd think that someone would come to a realization, but on the day of flag placement it's impossible to catch this one, unless you know better of his story. Thanks again for your help....I appreciate it.

Added by Scott Seymour on May 25, 2014 6:34 AM

Scott Seymour
RE: William Brennan
you can go ahead and add the picture to the memorial that I just made for Laura, BUT look closely....there is a "wife of" in between those carved texts....yes it does look like three names, but there's really only two. I've actually seen pictures of this stone before, as another cousin had been out to see the cemetery, but hasn't gone ahead with entry into findagrave. Truth is there WAS a second William, a William Jr. who along with sister Elizabeth Laura Brennan, went to go live with other family members, since their parents died so early on. Elizabeth Laura is my g-g-grandmother.

Added by Scott Seymour on May 24, 2014 6:29 PM

Scott Seymour
William Brennan
Thanks so much for supplying William Brennan's memorial with a makes me notice that Laura's memorial needs to be created. I'd like to do that and would like your permission to "re-use" this new photo for her memorial, with your permission of course.
Thanks again, Scott Seymour

Added by Scott Seymour on May 24, 2014 4:51 PM

Vickie Elam White
Thanks so much for the photos of the Reynolds graves. I really appreciate it.

Vickie Elam White

Added by Vickie Elam White on May 24, 2014 3:07 PM

Extra Java
Thank You!
Thanks for the photo!!!

Added by Extra Java on May 24, 2014 2:28 PM

Judith Stress
RE: Gero's in Morningside Cemetery, Malone, NY
Hi Laurie,

NNYLN Historic Newspapers reported in Obit for Sarah DeLane Gero that she would be buried in Morningside Cemetery with her husband and children who predeceased her. James was one of those children. I wonder if "Father" was her spouse, Peter. Peter Gero was a Civil War Veteran.

Thank you for your interest and photo of monument. I'm keeping it on Find A Grave out of respect.

Judy Stress

Added by Judith Stress on Apr 24, 2014 6:04 PM

Judith Stress
RE: Gero's in Morningside Cemetery, Malone, NY
Dear Laurie,

Thanks so much for your help!

Judy Stress

Added by Judith Stress on Apr 24, 2014 5:52 PM

Laurie Charles Bowman
RE: Joseph & Mary Rushford Lafreniere/Mt. Carmel (Hillside) Cemetery
If it turns out they need to be moved to a different cemetery, please let me know.

Thanks, Laurie

Added by Laurie Charles Bowman on Apr 14, 2014 12:58 PM

Laurie Charles Bowman
RE: Joseph & Mary Rushfrod Lafreniere/Mt. Carmel (Hillside) Cemetery
Hi Laurie,

I added Mary's record because I found in the Illinois Death & Stillbirths index that she was buried in Mt. Carmel. I made an assumption that her husband Joseph was buried in the same cemetery.

Mary Lafreniere

Birth Date:
15 Sep 1848

Birth Place:
Malone, N Y

Death Date:
6 Mar 1932

Death Place:
Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Burial Date:
9 Mar 1932

Burial Place:
Hillside, Cook, Illinois

Cemetery Name:
Mt. Carmel

Death Age:



Marital Status:


Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Spouse Name:
Joseph Lafreniere

I was looking for any relatives of Thomas Louis LaFreniere who married one of my distant cousins, and just ran across these in my search, so added them to Find A Grave.

Laurie Bowman

FHL Film Number:

Added by Laurie Charles Bowman on Apr 14, 2014 7:13 AM

Tom Fury
RE: unknown Boyd gravestone

My apologies for taking so long to respond, your message must have slipped through the cracks. Unfortunately, I do not have access to much in the way of local records for Newaygo County, as my group is currently HQ'd in central Pennsylvania.

However, I suggest you try contacting Sandy at the Terry Wantz Historical Research Center in Fremont, she should be able to help you track down the information you're looking for. If you turn up anything interesting, let me know and I'll be happy to post it on the appropriate memorial pages.

Best regards,

Tom Fury
The October Group

Added by Tom Fury on Apr 10, 2014 6:11 AM

RE: edward riopell/reopell
'Just want to clarify:

"...Edward, was last known to be living with his daughter, Eliza LaBarge (William) in Ware, Massachusetts and was still alive in 1911 ,according to a newspaper article regaling his 94th birthday."

So, Eliza who was marries to William D. LaBarge, was born about 1867 and married around 1887. That would make Edward at about 50 years old when Eliza was born, as he was born about 1817. Married late? Other marriages?

Eliza was born in NY and, at some point, was living in Vermont and then in Ware, MA. Where did they get married?

Added by OnlyMe on Mar 27, 2014 5:33 PM

Nancy M. Gandy
RE: Beebee family in Constable, NY
Thanks so much Laurie, I found a son of Sheridan Beebee was buried here in Florida so I can connect him to his father. I want so much to come to New York, never been, and see these for myself. Have a lot of the family, Bell's, in Fort Edward, NY and family in Vermont. I love Vermont and have been several times before I got so involved in this genealogy bug. Thanks again for all of your pictures. Over the weekend, FindAGrave just added sibblings to the findagrave pages. I was working on one of the Bells and couldn't figure out how I added these people because I knew I had not, but Findagrave did.
Thanks again.

Added by Nancy M. Gandy on Mar 24, 2014 10:11 AM

Joni Spellman Krause
RE: augustine lefever
Dear Laurie, I am distantly related to Gerald Lefever, a sixth cousin. Take care, Joni

Added by Joni Spellman Krause on Mar 13, 2014 1:52 PM

RE: Margaret Meade Dineen
Thanks! That would be wonderful. And, if you ever figure out how everyone spelled their last name that would be good too! It seems everything from Dineen, Dinneen to Denneen.

Added by martinbmac on Mar 12, 2014 8:02 AM


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