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Philip Hayes (#47121541)
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 • 140 Memorials Added
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E. Middleton
Frank & Carrie Yerks McCullough
I added a photo of their marker in the Silver Mount Cemetery, Staten Island, NY..thought you might like to know.
Added by E. Middleton on May 25, 2017 1:29 PM
Virginia D
RE: Patrick C Hayes and Catherine Berry
Memorials transferred. James Vincent Hayes b. 7/26/1899; d. 5/1985. If you call Calvary, perhaps he is also buried there. Good luck!
Virginia D.
Added by Virginia D on Apr 23, 2017 7:03 AM
Virginia D
RE: Patrick C Hayes and Catherine Berry
Phil:
They are not relations. Would you like me to transfer the memorials for the three children I located?
Virginia D.
Added by Virginia D on Apr 22, 2017 6:11 PM
j. bhagat
John Hayes of Manchester/killarney
Hi,
My husband is descended from John, and I would love to exchange information about the family. I have been unable to get you via email, and your excellent website doesn't seem to have a contact section.
J. Bhagat
Added by j. bhagat on Aug 23, 2016 9:29 AM
Pamela Young
Jane E. Wowk
Good Morning,

I had a little trouble finding this memorial to Jane, however I did find her on the same memorial as Walter M. Wowk, (1923 - 2007), and you will find a picture there.
Added by Pamela Young on Sep 11, 2015 7:33 AM
Erika Sessions
Stephanie I. Sessions & William A. Sessions
Hi Philip,

I am the granddaughter of Stephanie and William Sessions. Thank you so much for uploading this information, I greatly appreciate it. I still live here on Long Island.

Erika
Added by Erika Sessions on May 05, 2014 12:40 PM
Robert Leedom
RE: Snowden Burial Place Photo
My Pleasure!!

Yes, there were.
I found Forbes Snowden 1873-1964, which I posted.

I found the following without memorials or interment records in the system. These may be only memorial stones representing other family members:
Edward W. Snowden 1863-1911
Eliza W. Snowden 1836-1909
Theodore M Snowden 1827-1896
Josephine W. Snowden 1866-1922
Theodore C. Snowden 1856-1938
Eleanor G. Snowden 1877-1944
If you wish I will send the photos to you.

Contact me at:
r.leedom@yahoo.com

Bob Leedom
Added by Robert Leedom on Aug 25, 2013 8:10 PM
Linda Penwell
Faye Hardin DeSanty grave photo
Thank you so very much for adding this family member's grave photo to findagrave.

Your hard work is much appreciated.
Linda
Added by Linda Penwell on Oct 26, 2012 5:36 PM
Pat
Yerks @ Reformed Church Hawthorne
I was by The Reformed Church Cemetery this afternoon, and added a few Yerks photos--they're kind of dark, as the day suddenly became cloudy.

I found two headstones for children of Abraham and Jane Yerks, but they're so worn that I can't make out much information. One is for a daughter (can't decipher name) who died in October? age 1? year 9 months. The year may be 1836. The second headstone seems to be for a son, John L---Yerks, who died August? 9 1831.

I can send the photos to you if you want to have a go at them. If you can figure out who they are, I'll add the photos to memorials when you set them up.
Added by Pat on Oct 24, 2011 8:11 PM
janicet
Booths in Cutlers Farm
You are fabulous! I just realized that I hadn't found the burial for these direct ancestors, found them and requested a photo and here it is! I would love to have the other photos, or if you want me to create the memorials and you to upload the photos for "credit" I can go either way. My email address is jlt250@att.net. Thank you so much for your time and effort. It is greatly appreciated. Janice
Added by janicet on Oct 13, 2011 7:31 PM
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