Ive had problems in the past with the site. If you don't live to far away they should be able to help u there
Added by Catamount on Jul 13, 2016 1:13 PM
I got it from the NY Military Museum in Saratoga NY. They have a site and u can see Civil War Vets. They have a lot but not all. Can u copy it of the Find A Grave site.
Added by Catamount on Jul 12, 2016 7:39 PM
|Catamount||RE: CIVIL WAR......|
Check out the site. NY Military Museum in Saratoga NY. The have other Hortons in the Civil War. Elgeva,Sandford,and Richard. And Harvey from the Spanish American War
Added by Catamount on Feb 16, 2016 9:45 AM
No I have not seen one of William Horton. But there were a couple other on The NY Military Museum site. U might want to credit NY site for the site . Thanks
Added by Catamount on Feb 14, 2016 5:31 PM
|Catamount||RE: Thomas Jefferson Horton...........|
Sorry I tried email but had a problem. How do u think the pic from NY Military Museum says Thomas James and it is Thomas Jefferson. I believe the pics are one in the same person. Thanks for contacting me if find the Civil War very interesting
Added by Catamount on Feb 14, 2016 5:07 PM
|Catamount||RE: T. James or T. Jefferson|
Thomas dad was Stephen Horton F.A.G.#48423520 if u want to add on James father.
Added by Catamount on Feb 14, 2016 4:21 PM
|Catamount||Thomas J. Horton|
I just looked at your F.A.G. Memorial for him. The info from the other one about him in the bio came from the picture in the NY Museum. I think for sure the pics are one in the same. Just not sure why the middle names are different. Ask the person that has the other memorial to transfer him to u and u can combine the info and pics
Added by Catamount on Feb 14, 2016 3:12 PM
|Catamount||Thamos J. Horton|
Hi I got the photo off the NY Military Museum of Saratoga site. The have a Civil War photo section on the online site. You can pull it up and take a look. Where was the photo u had that u wanted me to look at. Thanks good to hear from u.
Added by Catamount on Feb 14, 2016 2:59 PM
|Historic Undertaking||RE: PHOTO REQUEST|
We are about an hour away from both the Bradford Village & South Bradford Cemeteries (they are roughly a 15 minute drive from one to the other). We've been making a point, while the weather is still good, to visit cemeteries that have long standing photo requests. The only Horton I see listed in the interment records at Bradford Village is Alva A. Horton Meyers (she also has a Find A Grave memorial). Please email us if we can be of any help. ~Cheers
Added by Historic Undertaking on Nov 15, 2015 7:21 PM
|kksjgel||RE: Photo Request|
I do plan to return to Hope Cemetery soon and look for more requests, so I put those names on my list. I'll keep my eye out for them.
Added by kksjgel on Apr 16, 2015 9:40 AM
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||Hi there!|
It was lovely getting your note.
I am volunteering for Brick Church Cemetery to help get their burial records online. What information I have input on findagrave is from the Cemetery itself.
You could call the superintendent at the cemetery and he might have more information for you! I could always start a family tree for this individual to see what is available on ancestry.com for you.
Since most of my relatives do come from that area I should do a bit of research to see how Keziah is in the family tree.
Added by Carole Elizabeth Nurmi C... on Feb 21, 2014 7:51 AM
|Jay||RE: PETERSON TOMBSTONE|
I am glad to help.
I only wish I could have got a better photo. I took quite a few shots, different angles, resolution, etc.
The one I uploaded truly was the best I could get.
Added by Jay on Sep 15, 2013 6:48 PM
|The Last Ride||RE: Horton gravestone|
you are most welcome
Added by The Last Ride on Sep 06, 2013 3:43 PM
|Nancy Buckley Ferguson||Horton family photos!|
Wow, thank you so much for the old Horton family photos you have posted! I love them! So nice to see faces from the family past!
Nancy (PS...my great grandmother Emma was a Horton)
Added by Nancy Buckley Ferguson on May 19, 2012 1:08 PM
|Nancy Buckley Ferguson||Horton photo Seamans Cem.|
Thank you so much for the photo!
Added by Nancy Buckley Ferguson on May 19, 2012 11:34 AM
|dscott||Descendants of Capt. Joseph Horton of Rye, New York|
"Descendants of Capt. Joseph Horton of Rye, New York" is an unpublished manuscript (Manuscript Mss A 919, R. Stanton Avery Special Collections Department, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston MA).
Hall Bristol, F.G.B.S. (1867-1941), was the first woman to serve on the New York Genealogy & Biogaphical Society Publication Committee (1915-1931).
Added by dscott on Oct 03, 2011 2:07 PM
|Pat||RE: Horton Family Genealogy|
Hi...Wish I could provide you with more information, but I don't have this document. You can try contacting the Rye (NY) Historical Society, which maintains a lot of genealogical records and can probably direct you better than I can. I think they have a website with contact information. Good luck!
Added by Pat on Jan 12, 2012 7:42 AM