|Dave Peck||Margaret Pain|
I have concluded that the footstone you placed on Margaret Payne's entry is actually her mother's and should not be on #113156110. Her mother is 112707778. I will have to search the cemetery again to see if the daughter has a legible stone. Of course all the different ways of spelling Pain, Payn, Payne, and Paine do not help.
Thank you for the photos
|Dave Peck||Payn photos|
Thanks for the Payn photos. This is such a pretty cemetery and right along the Hudson.
|Dave Peck||Hugh Payn|
Thanks for the quick photo.
It is appreciated,
|Ancestors||Fort Edward Cemetery|
Hi Helen I was wondering if you had any luck in finding Fort Edward Cemetery. There is atleast one Revolutionary War Veteran (4G-grandfather) buried at the cemetery. If you found the cmetery could you please tell me the GPS or the exact location; I was hoping to take a trip problably in fall.
Thank you so much for providing photos of the headstones for Patrick and Mary Daley. They are my 2x Great Grandparents.
Added by BethD on Apr 21, 2013 6:42 PM
|Nancy Barnett||RE: Fort Edward Cemetery|
It's been quite a few years since I was at the Fort Edward Center Cemetery. It's buried in the woods, so it's not easy to find. Here's what I remember.
Take Route 4 south from Fort Edward village. Although I said it's 4 miles south of Fort Edward, I'm wondering if that's right as I have a note another place that says 1.5 miles south of Ft. Edward. There's a street off to the right which leads to a few homes on the river. When you turn into the road it bends around to the left or comes to a "T"?. Go left. It's a dead end.
The cemetery was near the end of the road, across the street from the last house on the street - back in the woods and terribly overgrown - at least when I was there. It's not that far into the woods, but it wasn't visible from the road. I think there was an old landfill just south of the cemetery and the end of the road.
I had a little scrap of paper with a note that had been written by a great-aunt describing the location of the cemetery. She had noted it as near a local landmark (restaurant?). When I couldn't find it I went into a little diner at the south end of Fort Edward and talked to the older men sitting at the counter. They were aware of a cemetery back in there and helped me locate it.
I'm looking at Google Maps right now, and I'm thinking that the road to turn on from Rt. 4 is only 1.5 miles south of the village - Breton Way. I hope this is right - but it's the set up that looks like what I remember.
If you go and find this is correct, please let me know.
Good luck! -- Nancy
|Dave Peck||Charlotte Andress|
Thanks for the photo.
|Mark Sweet||Grave Marker Photos|
Thanks a lot for getting the Photos of the Grave Markers. :) I really appreciate it.
|Dennis Simpson||Nathaniel Mabb|
Thank you for obtaining a photo of my ancestor's grave. I also want to apologize for not responding earlier, but I was on the east coast and just returned home to see your email. Again thank you. Dennis
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