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I have been privileged to have spent nearly 30 years attending births as a Certified Nurse-Midwife. It seems fitting to now spend time participating in the preservation of the markers of those gone before us.|
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|Matthew J. Bridges||Bridges Photos|
Just wanted to say thanks for all the great photographs for the Bridges family in New York. The photos have been a great source for my research into the descendants of Edmund Bridges and have allowed several connections to be made. Just wanted let you know my appreciation.
Matthew J. Bridges
|Jole||RE: John Mumford in Milford Center|
Thank you so much for the transfer and the other historical information you noted in your message. I will check it all out as soon as I have a chance. Best regards!
Added by Jole on Feb 23, 2017 5:43 AM
Thank you, so much. In due time, I will go back slowly through generations and let you know if I find other family members among your memorials. I appreciate your great work!
Added by Jole on Jan 30, 2017 11:30 AM
Thanks for noticing the duplicate. I have linked her one son to the other memorial and sent change requests to link her husband and the proper cemetery. Her one son, Jerry (Gerald), is still missing from Find A Grave. Find A Grave memorial #59389940 hopefully will be properly updated soon. Find A Grave memorial #175135162 has been deleted.
Added by Vern713 on Jan 24, 2017 4:01 PM
|Jeffrey Lee||RE: Mrs. J.B. Fletcher|
Thank you for the pictures!
The only thing about this I could find was on Newspapers.com in the Oneonta Star dated 26 Oct 1953 which detailed how the Ladies Association was formed about 1884. In 1887, meeting minutes mention that one of 25 "board of managers" was Mrs. J. B. Fletcher. Since John and Susan were married in 1885, that means it would have been her. In 1887 they "devoted their time and energy to soliciting donations for a new organ and to raising money to buy carpets, pews, memorial windows, etc for the new church which had just been completed...". "This they did by means of strawberry and ice cream festivals, New Year's dinners...". This seems to indicate that the window was put there during this time frame and not at some later point. Also mentioned in the article -- the treasurer for the Ladies Association was Mattie Fletcher (Martha Louise Fletcher), John's sister, who would marry Charles K. Lauren in 1892. My mother Martha was named for her great aunt Mattie.
Thanks again for the pictures and for prompting me to discover this little tidbit of information about Susan!
|Regan Clarke||RE: Johns in Marmora|
Hello, thank you so much for letting me know about the photos of the markers for David and Sarah Johns and for Solomon Johns. I was very glad to see them. All the best, Regan
|Donna Davenport||Re Jack Tiffany Obit|
Thank you for the obit and it is now on his memorial. I appreciate it.
|Jim Cook||Lydia A. Chaddon|
Thanks you for the transfer of Lydia A. Chaddon. She was my great great grandmother.
Added by Jim Cook on Nov 28, 2016 12:33 PM
I added the parents to Emeline but your edit also said you wanted to delete the husband so I am declining that as he is specifically mentioned in the obit , I think it may just be another Find A Grave glitch
Added by Maggie O on Nov 14, 2016 9:25 PM
|Doni Wright||Eli Thayer|
Thank you ever so much for Eli's photo. I appreciate it greatly.
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