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Herman Smith (#47292830)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in Norwich, Chenango, NY. Currently live in Monroe, Union, NC.
I have an extensive family genealogy database with lots of pictures.
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 • 198 Memorials Added
 • 201 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 337 Photos
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 • 5 Virtual Cemeteries
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Ohio Hunter
Harvard Grove Cemetery
Went to Harvard Grove to take that picture and is that place sad,

stones knocked all over and just no upkeep going on other than cutting the grass, so sad, now I know why no one goes there to take photos, very bad neighborhood.

Fix the other memorial as well and I sent all the photos to you that I took for your records, I hope I helped.
Added by Ohio Hunter on Oct 21, 2015 7:41 PM
Ohio Hunter
Sorry
I made a mistake, I'll go back today and fix it.
Added by Ohio Hunter on Oct 21, 2015 9:13 AM
Ohio Hunter
Holy Spirit Cemetery
This is by far the easiest cemetery to deal with, I was happy to help you.
Added by Ohio Hunter on Oct 20, 2015 2:16 PM
CHabes
RE: Henry Morgan Barnhart
You are welcome! There are actually two photos, in case you were alerted to only one. One shows the inscription of the stone and one gives more of a location view. I did not create the memorial so I cannot link it to other memorials, but I am glad I was able to add the photos!
Added by CHabes on Jun 01, 2015 12:23 PM
CarolsCO
RE: Sponsorship
You are welcome. Abijah was my fourth great grandfather on my mother's father's side. One day I'd love to visit Neversink and some other places where my ancestors lived.

So we are undoubtedly cousins of some sort. If you have any information on Abijah and Sarah, I'd love to know more about them. I only know what I've been able to research through Ancestry.com and Find A Grave.

Thank you for putting up Abijah's memorial.
Added by CarolsCO on Dec 14, 2014 8:26 PM
Red
RE: Samuel Smith
Got the information straightened out. The date on the cemetery listing was in error and that threw me off. His page has been updated.
Added by Red on Sep 30, 2014 9:22 PM
Red
RE: Samuel Smith
From the cemetery index:
SMITH SAMUEL 1875 1 194 5

The year is the year of burial. It is possible that it is wrong. Will wait for marker photo.
Added by Red on Sep 08, 2014 9:11 AM
Red
RE: Samuel Smith
According to the Hayes Index, he was 69 years, 1 month old when he passed making his year of birth 1806. The cemetery index has his year of burial as 1875. It also lists his place of death as Norwalk. The only way to confirm the year of birth is to request a photo of the marker and hope the information is there.
Added by Red on Sep 08, 2014 8:36 AM
TSOtime
RE: Lovina Heysham
I did take a photo of Burt Heysham on one side. I believe that was all that was on the stone. If I remember I could check again just to make sure.
Added by TSOtime on May 19, 2014 8:10 PM
Laura Bailey
RE: Brundage
I just found another source:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~streeter/brundage/A%20Brundage%20Family%20Genealogy%20by%20Thomas%20William%20Brundage/brundage_family_genealogy_02_chapter_2_descendants_of_john_brundish.pdf

Follow it down to Abijiah on page 2-22, this one does list his middle name as Lathrop, but also has sons name with Lain or Lathrop as middle name with question mark. And has wife as Sarah, not Mary. Has dau. Sarah with correct middle name. It says they were buried at Eureka NY which is correct as their graves were removed to Grahamsville when the resevoir was built. Van has a story about the moving of the graves.
Added by Laura Bailey on Mar 13, 2014 8:32 PM
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