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Mark Fonda (#46845756)
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General Society of Mayflower Descendants GSOMD #2413-74900 - 12th generation descendant of Edward Doty (1598-1655)

Dutch Settlers Society of Albany
10th generation descendant of Jellis Douw Fonda (1614-1659) who settled in Albany in 1651

7th generation descendant of Douw "The Patriot" Fonda (1700-1780) - namesake for the Village of Fonda, NY

National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution NSSAR #162043-12790 - Oriskany Battle Chapter 6th generation descendant of Lt. Col. Adam Fonda (1736-1808)

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Karen Sipe
George Thompson Fonda 119653323
Listing someone at a cemetery when you do not have evidence is very misleading. You have not included any disclaimer. I have looked up his obit and it only says his service was by a military group nothing about his place of burial.

To comply with best practices I think you should undo the listing for George and his wife. It is possible a researcher will claim this information as accurate. They may even ask a volunteer for a photograph. Volunteer's have a life too and to ask them to spend their time running around for looking for something that does not exist is just plain wrong.
Thank you for considering their deletion.
Added by Karen Sipe on May 28, 2017 9:45 AM
Karen Sipe
George Thompson Fonda 119653323
Mark, why do you think George is buried in the GRA cemetery in Seattle? His name is not on the burial list.
Added by Karen Sipe on May 27, 2017 5:44 PM
Alice
#20858224 Clifford I. Fonda
#20858224 Clifford I. Fonda.
Mark,
I did not find Clifford in Forest Park Cemetery when I looked for every inscription that I could find in that cemetery a few years ago. However, I just posted a photo of his inscription in Oakwood Cemetery, Troy. If you had found evidence that Clifford was buried in Forest Park, then he was probably moved out of Forest Park and into Oakwood Cemetery, where he now rests with his family members. There were many folks re-interred in other area cemeteries from Forest Park, which was supposed to be a grand place, but instead fell into ruin. Please move Clifford's memorial to Oakwood Cemetery, Troy. Thanks, Alice
Added by Alice on May 01, 2017 3:05 PM
Randall Hazelbaker
RE: Coldwater Michigan Fonda family photograph collection
Ok, thanks!
Added by Randall Hazelbaker on Apr 05, 2017 9:05 PM
Randall Hazelbaker
Coldwater Michigan Fonda family photograph collection
Hello Mark, I am a local historian in Branch County Michigan, and years ago I purchased a collection of vintage photographs that included some photographs of the Fonda families of Coldwater. I have uploaded a few on find a grave, from David Fonda and his wife's funeral card. Do you know of any direct family who would love to purchase this album of 38 quality photographs, circa 1900, most identified. Charles and Eunice Fonda are also uploaded. Thanks.
Added by Randall Hazelbaker on Apr 03, 2017 9:45 PM
Diane Henderson
RE: John A. Fonda
You are very welcome
Added by Diane Henderson on Mar 29, 2017 4:35 PM
Diane Henderson
RE: John A. Fonda
You are very welcome glad I could help.
Added by Diane Henderson on Feb 26, 2017 9:55 PM
Diane Henderson
RE: John A. Fonda
You're welcome. I wasn't sure if you had this information but I found it while looking for someone else and figured you could use it.
Added by Diane Henderson on Feb 26, 2017 7:48 PM
Diane Henderson
RE: John A. Fonda
The Morning Herald Friday November 5 1920
John A. Fonda, about sixty-seven
years of age, and a former resident of
Gloversville, died at his home in Seattle,
Wash., Thursday, after an illness
of many years' duration according to
word received in this city yesterday.
Mr. Fonda was born in Mayfield and
at an early age came to live In Gloversville.
For a number of years he
was a glove manufacturer, his factory
being located In Center street. With
his family, he left this city about 17
years ago, continuing his business in
Seattle,
The surviving- relatives are his wife,
Anna; four sons, James of Los Angeles,
Cal.; George. Arch and Earl
Fonda of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs.
Peter Gulick of this city and Mrs, Van
Hotaling of Mechanicvllle; three
Brothers, Charles and Elroy Fonda of
Mayfield, and W. A. Fonda, also a prominent
glove manufacturer of Seattle.
The funeral services will be held at
his late home Saturday,
Added by Diane Henderson on Feb 25, 2017 11:02 PM
Sue Williams
Elizabeth Cipperly obit
Thank you so very much for sending her obituary, I greatly appreciate it and have added on to her memorial.
Added by Sue Williams on Feb 08, 2017 3:33 PM
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