|Marilyn Burch (#47474483)|
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|Sherrell Buchanan||John Anderson #67668791|
I think John Anderson is my 3rd Great Grandfather and I was wondering where you got the information of his birth place being "Scotland".....was it from census records or some other source?
Thank you in advance for your reply.
|Sonja||Mabelia and Orange S. spaulding|
I don't understand why the photographs you took no longer appear in the memorial??
Added by Sonja on Mar 17, 2013 1:22 PM
|Sonja||Mabelia Spaulding|Added by Sonja on Mar 17, 2013 1:20 PM
Would you be so kind as to put the Danser Cem. pic on the memorials for Peter Wyckoff d. 1872 and his wife Maria Root Wyckoff d. 1895. Thank you....Doris
Added by dorisG on Nov 23, 2011 8:36 PM
|treerpgmo||POOL and TOWNSEND families|
Marilyn: thank you very much for photographing the POOL and TOWNSEND family graves for me at the Dickersonville, North Ridge and Glenwood Cemeteries in and around Lewiston and Lockport in Niagra Co, New York.
One question for you that confuses me about local government in New York: New York obviously does NOT have political townships so then is the town such as Lewiston would it be like New England where the town is the township so to speak and always borders another town. Dickersonville is an unincorporated hamlet today of Lewiston. Now does that mean that it has never been an independent incorporated city of its own or maybe did Lewiston annex her at some point?
The Reinhardts I am looking for are the children of Christian and Mary Reinhardt. Christian Reinhardt (1841-1923) emigrated from Germany as a teenager so he probably came with his family but, as I don't know who his parents and siblings were, it would be pointless to even speculate. I know Christian is buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo and I have a picture of his gravestone. Christian's wife was Mary (her maiden name was I think Staudinger or Staudinter) and she was born in New York circa 1848 and died sometime after 1900 but I don't know when nor do I know where she was buried.
Christian and Mary's children were:
1) George Reinhardt (c. 1866-?); the last record I have of him is the 1880 U.S. Census; I don't know where he is buried
2) John Reinhardt (c. 1868-?); the last record I have of him is the 1880 U.S. Census; I don't know where he is buried; he married Elizabeth Trudell and had two kids; John Reinhardt is my g-g grandfather
3) Nicholas Reinhardt (c. 1870-?); the last record I have of him is the 1880 U.S. Census; I don't know where he is buried
4) Michael Reinhardt (c. 1872-?); the last record I have of him is the 1900 U.S. Census; I don't know where he is buried
5) Katherine Reinhardt (c. 1874-?); the last record I have of her is the 1880 U.S. Census; I don't know where she is buried
6) Jacob Joseph Reinhardt (1887-1942); you found his grave in Hartland Central Cemetery; I don't know if he married so I would be interested if there are any Reinhardts buried around him
7) Edward Reinhardt (1882-1909); he is buried in Lancaster Rural Cemetery and I have a picture of the gravestone
8) Louisa Reinhardt (1883-1963); she married John Hestich and then William H. Clark; lived in Niagara County, mostly in Lockport; I don't know where she is buried
9) Frederick Peter Reinhardt (1886-1935); you found his grave in Hartland Central Cemetery; married a woman named Clara; I would be interested if there are any Reinhardts buried around him
All of Christian and Mary Reinhardt's children were born in Erie County, New York, probably Buffalo and many of them, at least those born later, ended up in Niagara County, New York.
If you ever run across any of these names in your travels through cemeteries, could you let me know?
Thanks so much; you've been an incredible help to me with Niagara County graves and I really appreciate it.
Do you happen to remember if there were any other Reinhardt graves near those of Jacob J and Frederick P Reinhardt in Hartland Central Cemetery?
Thanks so much for posting the photos of the Derby tombstones!
Thank you for adding the image of Walter J Reinhardt's grave in Wright's Corners Cemetery.
|Phyllis Hock-Mudd||Gravestone Picture|
Thank you for your effort in getting the picture of Edward and Elizabeth Weinheimer gravestone!
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