|Fred Saar (#46511066)|
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|Mainly located in Ulster and Columbia Counties in New York.|
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|Kathleen Hoglin||Tanner 18017016|
Since you seem to manage some Tanner memorials, I'd like to know if you happen to know who Catherine Tanner's folks were. She was born about 1808 in New York, married Samuel L. Fleming. Their firstborn was William, born New York about 1834 - the rest of the children were born in Hillsdale County, Michigan.
Catherine's mother is supposed to be named Rachel Tanner (married name or?). Eleazor seemed to be the right age to be Catherine's father. Maybe he had a brother? Any help with this puzzle will be appreciated. I'm not sure what part of New York this family hails from.
|Eva Behr||Rose A Saur/Sauer/Saar|
I'm looking for a Rose A. Saur, born approximately 1906, definite death date of Sept 6, 1959 in Saugerties. She was married to John C Saur, also died in Saugerties. I'm a little confused why I can't find them on FindaGrave, as the both lived in the area most of their lives and definitely died there. Please let me know if you have any ideas how I might figure this out.
Added by Eva Behr on Mar 05, 2017 4:39 PM
|Debbie Scott||Walter Perdue 8440888|
May I use the gravestone picture on the tree that I am doing for his 2nd great grand daughter? I will add a link to the tree info and give you credit. Thank you for all you do for findagrave!!
|Debi & Scott Morris||Barnabas Horton|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and share the grave marker for Barnabas Horton. Through research I believe that he may be my 10th Great Grandfather. May I use your photograph in my personal family tree file? I use these photographs as an additional source documenting the life & death of my ancestors and their descendants. I will so note that it is being used with permission from Find A Grave Contributor: Fred Saar #46511066.
Thank you again for your time & effort, it is greatly appreciated.
Do you add to the memorials? If so...
I didn't know about this line of my family until a few months ago. Turns out my 5th great grandmother, Margaret Roorback, is less than ten miles away. After a lot of pictures at different angles, I was able to decipher enough of the words on the stone to google. I think it was written by Francis Bunney 1543-1617:
My bark is past- the haven's won-
I fear no stormy sea;
God is my hope, my home is heav'n,
My life is happy ease.
This hope, this home, this life so sweet,
Who'ere would wish to win,
Must banish every vain delight-
Each bitter root of sin.
|Phyllis Conheady Stehm||Sunnyside Farm Cemetery|
Hi Fred, Have you ever been to Van Alstyne plot at Sunnyside? I would love to see some pics of the plot. I'm a direct descendant of Marten Abraham Van Alstyne who died c. Jan 1791 and is probably buried on the plot with his wife, Catharina Van Alstyne. There are many others that I think are buried there. Correct me if I'm wrong, but this farm appears to be directly west of Lindenwald.
The Woodlands, Tx
|Jeanne Kiefer||Krum Stones|
Hi Fred: I wonder if you can tell me where you found the five Krum gravestones (Martin, Jacob, Barbary, etc.) in Chatham Center, NY. I'm working on the Krum family history (mostly in the Krum cemetery in Hillsdale) and would like to go to the spot and view these outliers, if possible. You created the entry in 2014. I am wondering if this might be a small family plot on private land? Thanks for your help.
Jeanne Kiefer (Hillsdale, NY)
|Marianne Mangels||GOULDING family: William R.|
Looking for clarification help - I thought her name was Nancy per the Loring books b.10 Dec 1809 m.3 Jan 1826 William R. Goulding who d.Washington DC on 11 May 1865. They had 3 children: Caroline b.7 Aug 1843, Alice GOULDING d.1852, William Goulding, Jr. who, allegedly lived in Australia aft 1853???
|Laura||RE: Paul Adams.|
I've contacted several of the cemeteries that they have stones in, but NONE of them have any record of them being buried there. I asked Why would they have stones there if they aren't buried there? No one knows! I also asked "Would there be any paperwork if they just had stones placed there as cenotaphs" and every place has answered YES, they should have paperwork, even for just a stone. So I'm totally baffled. One place was going to check and see if there was a stone there. He said it was POURING down rain at the time and he would call me back today. I'll let you know what I find out!
Added by Laura on May 23, 2016 8:15 AM
|Laura||RE: Paul Adams.|
LOL! Of the space kind or the border kind?!
One stone (in Brevard) has a different YOD for Betty. It's listed as 1995, but everything else is identical!
Added by Laura on May 19, 2016 9:57 AM
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