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C. Rose (#47329884)
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Bio Photo THANK YOU to all the volunteers for your hard work. It's a great community.

PLEASE USE EDIT ON MEMORIAL WHEN REQUESTING CHANGES OR TRANSFER: I no longer process questions or changes on memorials unless the edit tab is used. Please do not request adding "." after initials.

"Do not copy obituary notices from newspapers (or from funeral home notices or web sites) to an individual's memorial record unless you have permission from the newspaper to do so or you are the author of the obituary. Some obituaries that were published in 1922 or earlier are now in the public domain" From Findagrave rules.

You are welcome to use any photo I've taken.

Let me know if I have helped your family search; it's my REWARD for my work.

I will gladly delete a memorial of your family member; just ask politely.

Thanks so much.

" As life runs on the road grows strange,
With faces new, and near the end
The mile stones into head stones change.
'Neath every one a friend."
Always a silent hurt,
many a silent tear,
but always a beautiful memory
of one we loved so dear.

God gave us strength to bear it,
and courage to take the blow,
but what it meant to lose you one will ever know.
As I am now so you must be. Prepare for death and follow me.
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I think which now owns Find A Grave should completely remove and deleted their programs from the internet. Omitting pertinent information about a deceased person and for disallowing it is a cruel act on their behalf.
Added by ScottishPiper on Apr 07, 2017 7:22 AM
RE: Pitcher Cem
I'd send that to findagrave so they can put that in the cemetery name and merge the two. they've done that with one of my obscure ones. send it to
Added by CHerr on Feb 26, 2017 6:41 AM
James Lemon
RE: Jane Lemon Webb Watson
Unfortunately I have very little information on that family because they are not in my family line. I do have that her father Charles was born in Ireland but all of the children were born in Michigan.

Sorry I can't be of more help

Jim Lemon
Added by James Lemon on Nov 30, 2016 4:56 PM
Jo Ann Kaufman
Abigail P. Robbins, Fredonia NY
The Forest Hill Cemetery records (and that is the spelling there) are online at the Chautauqua County NY GenWeb site... Abigail nee Hudson born at Brattleboro, VT. Look for POMFRET, cemeteries are by town not village.
Added by Jo Ann Kaufman on Nov 27, 2016 7:15 AM
RE: 132979752 Pare
I saw the footstone but apparently I didn't get a photo. That probably was Eliza Singleton. According to the cemetery records that I got from the Oswego County records center she was buried in plot 24 C and the Pares owned plot 24.
Kate Singleton Countryman's sister was Elizabeth Singleton Haven, who is buried in the Hannibal Village Cemetery with her husband, Cornelius. The Hannibal Historian told me that Kate's father was Thomas.
Kate and her husband, William, are buried in Riverside.

Thank you,
Added by Chris on Oct 23, 2016 10:42 AM
RE: 132979752 Pare
I may be related to Mary Singleton Pare but I haven't found positive proof yet. She may have been the sister of my great great grandmother, Kate Singleton Countryman. I think her parents were Thomas and Eliza Singleton. I believe Eliza is buried in the Pare plot but I haven't been able to find Thomas, who died in 1869. I could only find a footstone for Eliza. To complicate my research there were 2 Thomas Singletons in Oswego. The other Thomas had 3 wives and one of them is an Elizabeth. The other Thomas is buried in Rural Cemetery with his wives.
Added by Chris on Oct 21, 2016 5:07 PM
Ellen Herrmann
Martha Tubb Montgomery Bliss
Thank you so, so much for volunteering to find and photograph this gravesite. I cannot express how happy my Aunt who is in her 80's will be, for this is her Great Grandmother's grave.

Bless you !

Ellen M. Herrmann
Added by Ellen Herrmann on Jul 22, 2016 8:58 AM
RE: Jeanette's siblings
Okay, so she was one of Grampa Jud's sisters. Thank you for that. I didn't know how many siblings he had. Do you have info about burial?
Added by Carol on Jan 15, 2016 3:26 PM
RE: Judson Mealus
My grandmother was Hope Mealus Smith, daughter of Judson Mealus and Nettie Brown Mealus. They had five daughters, including Grama: Rose, Hope, Violet, Christine and Charlotte. They also had a son, William, who died at birth. Nettie died shortly thereafter, like within days.
Added by Carol on Jan 15, 2016 3:25 PM
Cheryl & Richard Justice
RE: Graddy Family Cemetery Washington, Beaufort Co., N.C.
Hi Charlotte,

Thank you for contacting me about the Graddy Cemetery. We got the info on them from some death certificates, and some family trees on Ancestry. We have found out in the past that a lot of the death certificates have the wrong cemeteries listed which makes it impossible to find the right cemetery. I have also come across family cemeteries that had two or three cemeteries with the same last name. Those cemeteries can create a lot of problems. We have come across that problem with our family. Do you think we should delete the ones that you were not able to find?,or should we leave them for the time being. I'm wondering if they possibly didn't have a headstone marking the grave. We could also put a note on the ones that the volunteer could not find. If you could give us the surnames that you found, we will add them to the memorials. If you have any suggestions on what would be the best thing to do about this, we would appreciate it very much. We don't mind making changes to get the correct cemetery. Again thank you for any help you could provide.

Cheryl and Richard Justice
Added by Cheryl & Richard Justice on Nov 08, 2015 3:00 PM
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