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I live in the Rochester, NY area and love to visit cemeteries around the Finger Lakes area but also wherever I happen to be on my travels. I have found some of my ancestors on here and I greatly appreciate someone taking the time to photograph and upload pictures of their stones. I'm glad to return the favor by looking for stones for others.|
I enter many memorials and take many pictures of people's graves who are NOT related to me, so if you see a relative of yours that you would like to maintain, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll transfer it to you if they are not related to me. Please include your member # when asking for a transfer.
The picture on my profile is my great grandmother, Adelle Robinson Cole. I have her name as my middle name.
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|Robert Yorks||Rowena S. Milk # 65438342|
I am the North American Milk-Milks family historian. Rowena S. Milk was born Rowena Shaw, March 1798 in New Bedford, Massachusetts. She died April 3, 1887 (according to official cemetery records) in Auburn, NY.
|Sharon Haskin Galitz||Molhoek|
Thanks so much for transferring the Molhoeks to my care.
|ddjohnsonri||Bruce and Eleanor Lloyd photos|
Thank you for getting the marker photos. Eleanor is sister of my dad's uncle.
Hi cuz....it's Randy
Thank you for the picture of her gravestone.
|MK||John LoBello #83076932|
I found his obit - can I send the additional info in an edit? He came up from nothing, and was very respected. Would be good to have those details in his memorial. thx MK
Added by MK on Apr 06, 2015 3:22 PM
|E Werner||Thank You|
Dear Jenseeker, thank you for posting the photos of the graves of John and Rouette S. Hunt's children Clara, Annie, and Arthur to Find A Grave's memorial. I have been researching the branches of my Thompson line and appreciate seeing the photos of their graves.
Added by E Werner on Nov 29, 2014 11:44 AM
|J. Thompson||Thank you for the photo|
Thank you very much for taking the time to find and photograph Royal Snyder's grave marker in Mount Hope Cemetery. Royal had something of a sad ending to his life, so it's good to have evidence that someone cared enough to mark his grave.
I appreciate the extra effort you took to locate the grave in such a large cemetery.
|Sally Darby Sauer||RE: Polly Teeter memorial|
Thanks for letting me know about your memorial to Polly Teeter.
Many thanks for the lovely photos. Lin
Added by Lin on Aug 15, 2014 8:50 AM
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