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|Donald Specht (#47676383)|
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|Eileen Sage||Frank & Anna McGraw|
Thank you kindly for another great headstone photo. Your headstone photos are top-notch!
|THStew||Harmon Terrill family - fairfield|
Thanks for the pictures. Interestingly, middle daughter Ellen Orpha married into the Hinchey family in Gates. Her home on Hinchey Road is now the headquarters of the Gates Historical Society.
Added by THStew on Jul 18, 2016 4:46 PM
|THStew||RE: Adams family|
In the 1910 census Carrie Rann was still on the farm, living with her aunt Eliza A. (Terrill) Keyes, your memorial #161021508 (her mother had died that January). By 1920 she had moved to the house in the village. There is a nice Windsor chair in our family that is said to have come from Vermont, left by Carrie to Minnie Adams.
Added by THStew on May 06, 2016 6:33 AM
If you look at the 1872 map you see J Adams on lot 49, on that little road along the creek that is now a hiking trail in the park. My mom took me there once to see the cellar hole. The old Niles place (now Springdale Farm) is lot 63. On the 1924 map you can see Milo, Elmer, Myron, and Earl Adams on lots 62, 63, and parts of 49 and 75. I have some old photos of the house on Hubble Street if you are interested.
Thanks again for your photos.
Added by THStew on May 02, 2016 7:37 PM
|Beverly Keicher||Eugenia E Ring Stryker|
I am the granddaughter of Eugenia and I am wondering where you found the wonderful photo of her. Thank you,
Beverly Baker Keicher
|THStew||Methodore Stone - East Sweden Cem.|
Thank you so much for finding the fragment of that old gravestone. I suppose the other pieces are strewn about under the grass or tossed into the corners of the cemetery. Your photograph may have just rescued that monument from obscurity.
Added by THStew on Aug 26, 2014 5:25 PM
I have family Bible records for Sarah BRIGHAM (not Bingham) and it is very clear that she died April 15, 1844. I agree that Samuel BRIGHAM should be April 7,1777. Thanks for the information.
Added by HowMar on Jun 03, 2013 10:11 AM
Thanks for the photo of Samuel Brigham. I have been working on the Adams family (he married Sally Adams) for decades. When I was at the cemetery years ago I didn't know her husband's name. It is a good thing you do for folks like me who are on the opposite side of the country.
Added by HowMar on Jun 01, 2013 3:08 AM
|Desert Wind||RE: Bruce Kevin Clark|
Hi Don -- Thank you for your reply.
Yes, please let me know if there is change in his marker status. That would be great.
On the plot information should I add the GAR information in there? Or just VII-A?
Yes, I understand about the snow. Not a problem in my neck of the woods. We can only hope to get some snow. Any precip is welcome here :)
Thank you again! -- Laurel
|Desert Wind||Bruce Kevin Clark|
Hello Donald -- Thank you very much for the photo.
It has been several months, so I thought there would be a permanent marker by now. Most military markers only take 2-4 weeks. Perhaps the family ordered something else. I am sorry to put you to all of this trouble.
Is this a cemetery that you visit often? If it is, and you happen to notice that a permanent marker has been installed, please let me know and I will place another photo request.
Do you have the plot information so that I may add it?
Again, thank you -- Laurel
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