|Vicki Masters Profitt (#47201380)|
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After taking a cemetery tour in 2008, I decided to photograph and transcribe the graves of the Civil War soldiers buried at Pittsford Cemetery. That little project snowballed into an obsession to find any information I could about these hometown heroes.|
Since that first tour, I have given many cemetery tours of my own, and I continue to be amazed at the interesting people who lived in my own town and who now permanently reside in the Pittsford Cemetery and the Pioneer Burying Ground.
The majority of the graves I list on Find A Grave are people who reside in my neighborhood cemeteries. I have seen the graves and, in many cases, personally tend to them on a regular basis.
Find A Grave has been very helpful in my personal genealogy searches, as well as to my Civil War soldiers project. I look forward to assisting others with their searches as a contributor.
My blog, Illuminated History (www.IlluminatedHistory.com), details my Civil War soldiers project.
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|Ginger Wright||RE: Memorial# 142734946|
Do you know when William Clark was Born and died??
|Ginger Wright||Memorial# 142734946|
Marion Vincent born 2 Jun 1893, I have a question for you, I have this person in my family tree and you have as Marion Vincent Clark was she married before and if so do you know her husbands name and dob and dod and the other she is married to, i have a program which is called legacy and it tells me his name is John Douglas Moore with 2 oo and you have him as more. Thank you I will correct it on my tree if you do not mind
|Edna Mode||RE: Smith Austin|
You are welcome -- I just wish I had better news to report -- I would very much like to have been able to photograph for you and will be happy to do so in future if the records are made available. The last word they gave me is that getting the old records into a database, similar to the one used for Arlington, is on their list of things to do but is not a "high priority". Of course I argued that families shouldn't have to wait until everything is online -- that their staff should be able to look up individual records in the meantime -- but I didn't get a response.
|Janet Wright Garrett||David Leonard, #74442928|
Vicki, thanks for getting back to me about his service in the Civil War.
Although he was elderly I wouldn't discount his service. I have seen records of Civil War participants being born as early as around 1810. His role probably was not in the capacity we are used to thinking of such as foot soldiers. With the flag placed at his stone it appears that the local Legion also has a record of his service. You could check with them.
|Daryl Doty Holloway||RE: Jane Woolston|
Thank YOU! It pleases me when an obit is posted so quickly! Daryl
|Donna||Sandra Denise Major|
there is a photo of her gravestone, but the it stills says burial unknown-- can you update the caption to indicate the cemetery -- thanks so much
Added by Donna on Oct 01, 2016 3:53 PM
|Daryl Doty Holloway||RE: Robert B. Woolston|
Thank you so much! It looks good!
|Jay Rarick||Wesley R. Hartman|
Thank you for updating the information on Wesley Hartman. I am related to his half-sister, Alma (Rearick) Bingaman.
I also want to thank you for your work to remember the Civil War Soldiers buried in your area. I would suggest that (if you have not already done it) you reach out to the nearest Camp of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW). They are the legal heirs and representatives of the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.).
In Fraternity, Charity & Loyalty,
Irish Brigade Camp No. 4
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
|Dede Stafford||Grandfather's Grave|
First of all, let me personally thank you for all of your wonderful work in researching these graves.
Secondly, I wanted to add a little information to my grandfather's grave, strictly for genealogical purposes. (Find a Grave # 161990298) OR if you would like to transfer it to me and I will manage it. Either or!!
He was buried at Pittsford Cemetery (Plot East I20), and his full name was Clair Clifford Freece. Born at Venice, Cayuga County, N.Y. on 2/14/1908; Died at Pittsford, N.Y. on 8/31/1958.
Third: Do you know if he has a headstone/marker?? I have never seen a photo of one and was simply curious.
Thanks so much!!!! -Dede Stafford (email@example.com)
|Alberto Verdejo||Sandra Major's grave|
Hi Vicki, I'm Alberto. I've seen you left a photo of the grave of Sandra Major (a victim of the Green River Killer), but her burial figures as unknown. What's the cemetery Sandra is buried in? Thank you.
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