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gone_fishing - unless_you_email (#47381356)
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Bio Photo Recently retired. Love to fish, especially warmwater, freshwater gamefish species. Used to ice fish, but need a warmer non-summer activity. Thought Find-A-Grave might fit that opening, at least through the transition months. Both activities center around the central western portion of the Finger Lakes Region in Western New York. In 2010, caught and released a 20 1/2 inch largemouth in Honeoye, a 20 1/4 inch largemouth in Canandaigua, a 21 inch smallmouth in Keuka, a 40 1/4 inch northern in Keuka, and a 27 inch chain pickerel in Canandaigua. You've got to love the beauty of the hills, the richness of the farm lands, the water resources, and the history of the Finger Lakes.

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Trevia Wooster Beverly
RE: Isenhour connections New York to Texas
My gosh! Did I ever answer you? I'm very interested in this family (related through marriage) and am working on a small book of memoirs by one of them. Please contact me at

Trevia Wooster Beverly. March 26, 2017
Added by Trevia Wooster Beverly on Mar 26, 2017 9:53 AM
M.Mann. Clerk
SIR: Wm Wilkie, #34305740 has an obit that appeared in print in the paper--it states was married to Augusta Lansing in 1859. The obit for their daughter, Mrs. Peter Shader, states that her parents are William and Augusta Wilkie. Why do you want to have they spousal link removed to say Unknown? this is contrary to information given.
Added by M.Mann. Clerk on Mar 24, 2017 3:24 PM
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Charles - you left a message on my great-grandfather's grave page at Bath Steuben cemetery. Very much appreciate it.

Added by MCC79 on Mar 17, 2017 12:16 PM
Jim Hamren
Leland A Peck Gravestone Photo
Thanks very much for posting it. Your efforts are much appreciated.
Added by Jim Hamren on Mar 14, 2017 8:31 AM
Vicki Masters Profitt
Hazel Boyce Lines
Just found the wedding announcement for Hazel Viola Boyce, only daughter of William Boyce, to William L. Lines in 1917. Thanks for the tip!
Added by Vicki Masters Profitt on Mar 12, 2017 5:38 AM
Vicki Masters Profitt
Hazel Lines
Thanks for the info about Hazel Lines. I'll see what I can find, but it does sound like she is Hazel Viola Boyce.
Added by Vicki Masters Profitt on Mar 12, 2017 5:31 AM
bill preston
RE: Jerome Mattice #960415
Neat story, really appreciate it. Sacandaga is within 45 minutes of home. Beautiful place. Hard to believe there were many communities there in the 1930's, then the State created the reservoir. But much good came out of it, including "fish". All the best. Bill
Added by bill preston on Mar 07, 2017 6:27 PM
bill preston
RE: Jerome Mattice #960415
Wow: 46lb that's a whale. Could you just imagine being on the other end of the pole. With my luck, I probable would have had a bamboo pole with no reel -the one that got away with the pole. Bill P
Added by bill preston on Mar 07, 2017 2:30 PM
bill preston
RE: Jerome Mattice #960415
Northern pike - whew that would be a great catch. Ahhh! to dream. Wish I were a kid again, but there still is a kid in me. Take care. Bill P.
Added by bill preston on Mar 07, 2017 8:46 AM
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Bath National Cemetery
Thank you for the wonderful photos! We appreciate your assistance in honoring these men.
Dave T.
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