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Janice Tefft (#46945214)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Menands NY close to Albany Rural Cemetery and my mother is buried there. I now reside in Troy NY.
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Monica Johnson
Earl J DeVoe
Hi, I am the girlfriend of and adoptee and through Ancestry research we believe that Earl J DeVoe may be his biological father. Do you have any information on who may have paid for Earl's headstone and/or plot? Thank You in advance, Monica Johnson
Added by Monica Johnson on Jul 09, 2017 9:52 AM
steph g
Reuben and Prudence Hall
Have been away for a few days ,what a nice thing to come home to. Reuben and Prudence Hall were my husbands 3rd g'grandparents i really appreciate the pics ,doesn't look like it was an easy task to find and read these- I do fulfill requests at our local cemetery when i can.i know the feeling of a 'find' for research
again thank you Steph G
Added by steph g on Jun 14, 2017 6:32 AM
Connie Rose
Thank You
Thank you, Janice, for the wonderful pictures of John Bailey's headstone. A great find for my ancestry files!

Connie Rose
Added by Connie Rose on May 27, 2017 2:59 PM
Melissa Stickles
Catharine Crandall memorial
Thank you for pointing out the duplicate memorials and mostly for the death year correction! The year must be why I didn't find her memorial when looking to make sure there wasn't one already. You are absolutely correct, too. The very apparent spacing between the numbers should of been a clue to me it was a 4 and not a 1...I enlarged the photo and it most definitely is 1854. Photos transferred.
Added by Melissa Stickles on May 12, 2017 6:44 PM
Class of '64
RE: name spelling
Whoops Thanks for the corrections.
Added by Class of '64 on May 01, 2017 9:01 AM
Sally
Ervin Lee and Rose Marie White
Thank you so much for adding grave photos to their memorials in Saint Marys Cemetery. ~Sally
Added by Sally on Apr 23, 2017 1:18 PM
Jeni
Thank you
Thank you very much for the photos for George Shepard. I appreciate it.
Added by Jeni on Apr 23, 2017 1:10 PM
Marilynn Leon Santspree
RE: Santspree
Thank you.
Lois was my my sister-in-law, but loved her like she was my sister. She was very special.
Marilynn
Added by Marilynn Leon Santspree on Apr 23, 2017 11:26 AM
Marilynn Leon Santspree
Mary Louise Cooney Dufresne
Hi Janice,.This is where I found Mary's Death date.
I am related to the Dufresne family.
Marilynn


Schenectady New York Gazette, Saturday Morning, March 16, 1929
Mrs. Mary. Dufresne died last night at the Cohoes Hospital following a brief illness. Born in Victory Mills, Mrs. Dufresne lived in this city more than 26 years. She was a member of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy. The survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Cammille Bonneau of this city ; two sons, Frank of Scotia and William Dufresne of this city and one brother, John Cooney of Victory Mills, The funeral will be held Monday morning.
Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery, Waterford.
Added by Marilynn Leon Santspree on Apr 11, 2017 9:34 AM
pjt
David Hawver 121209529 Hillside Cemetery
Hello Janice, You took the photo of his headstone, and photos of two other Hawver's on the same stone. Do you know if any other Hawver's were inscribed on the stone? I've been trying to locate the David Hawver, a Civil War Veteran, who died in 1915. Complicating the search is the fact that at least three generations in a row were named David Hawver. I noticed in the photo a GAR marker with an American flag. The David inscribed on the stone is to old to have served having been born in 1798 (he is the father of the David I'm looking for) and the other name, Arthur, I can find no record of service for. The son of the guy I'm looking for, named David of course, died in 1942, his wife in 1938. Obits show them being buried in Hillside Cemetery too "in the family plot", but they apparently have no headstones. It may be that my David does not either. Thanks for any light you can shed on this mystery. Paul Turner
Added by pjt on Jan 08, 2017 9:01 PM
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