Once again, respectfully requesting approval to link William Thayer 39232160 to his parents Nancy Anna Parker-Thayer 28848732 and John Clark Thayer #28848686. As well as to his 1st wife Abigail Maria (Bennett) Thayer #18770851, I attempted to link them but it didn't allow me to add a 2nd wife, I am sure you will be able to do so. Little at a time I am linking all my Thayer ancestors, you will be hearing more from me. Warm regards!
Added by Thayer75 on Dec 19, 2016 10:22 PM
Respectfully requesting the approval to link child Robert Thayer #39232159 to his mother Harriet(Thayer) Davis #170705115 and to biological father Clarance Scott #39232159. This Information was provided to me by Harriet's biological children. Thank you!
Added by Thayer75 on Sep 29, 2016 11:09 PM
|Gene Hill||William Burt (1822-1890)|
William Burt died in Forestport at the age of 68 of heart failure on 1 January 1890.
Source: Christ Episcopal Church death register, Forestport, NY.
[Just received word from a researcher of the death register of Christ Church.]
|Gene Hill||William E. Elthorp|
#39231769 - Beechwood Cemetery, Forestport, Oneida County, New York.
Can you let me know what the unreadable side of the obelisk says that you have included in this memorial? Before I add information on his wife, I thought perhaps her exact date of death might appear there.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Kelly Beach||Darwin Olney at Beechwood, Forestport|
I sent this forth via the edit tab also, I think would enhance the memorial well.
Darwin was captured 9 Sep 1864
Regular yellow envelope 3x5 ½: Post Stamp: Washington D.C. Sep 15 ‘64
Mrs. Darwin Olney, Dowagiac, Cass Co. Mich
1st Mich Cav
Sept 11 1864
Mrs. Darwin Olney.
Being a particular friend of your Husband I felt in Duty bound to write you this letter Mr. Olney on the 9th inst was on the Road to harpers Ferry with Lieut. Hazelit -&13 others- when they were Surprised by about 40 of Mosebys gang & captured Lieut. Hazelit & a Mr. Babcock made his Escape but the rest were unable to escape It gives us much Sorrow to write Such news to you for he was a particular friend of mine & very much respected in this Regiment his Services was very highly appreciated in the Regiment & he will be much missed Mr Simmons has his watch & all of his Effects in his care for home till he returns Hoping he may Soon return I remain very Respectfully your obt Servant
Samuel L Brass
Regimental Qr Mr Sergeant
|Kelly Beach||Does anyone know how to contact the Beechwood Cemetery Association|
One of my family members wants to clean a stone, and there are several Yeomans graves that need some work because they are collapsing. He is willing to do the work, but we assume we need permission and we also are hoping whomever the caretaker is, has a shovel or two and a wheelbarrow...
Anyone who knows who to contact, please let me know ASAP.
|Bobby Larkin||Larkins in Beechwood Cemetery Forestport Oneida County New York, USA|
Hello, I was wondering if you are related to the Larkin's in
New York, USA.
These are my husbands ancestors. Bertha Maack was my husbands great grandmother and her son Harold Larkin was my husbands grandfather. If you are not related, I wonder if you would mind transferring the memorials to me? I would like to add photos and link the family members. Thank you so much for putting these up!
|Mary||peter & Mary Champion|
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I have been away from this for awhile. Anyway I have no Peter or Mary Champion listed on my site. But if you do a search I have a cousin who has them listed in hers. I think they're in St. Peters Cemetery. Good Luck We all want to know more about these two, as we can't go back any further. Please let me know if you find out anything.
Added by Mary on Jun 29, 2011 12:19 AM
Thank you for taking the time to locate and photograph the headstones for the Root family in Beechwood. sandy
Added by Sandy on Apr 13, 2011 1:35 PM
Thank you so much for taking the photographs of my ancestors in Beechwood cemetery! It means a lot to me!
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