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KUber (#47383186)
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Bio Photo Any photographs I have provided may be freely used for genealogy purposes, but please list your source when reposting!

Family names I'm researching:

BROWN(E) - Madison County, NY and CT
EARLEY - Ware, MA and Providence, RI
McAULIFFE - Providence, RI and New England
PALMITER - Madison county, NY
FRANZEN - Syracuse, NY and Germany
FAULS/McFAUL/FAUL - Ontario, Canada
MORAN - NYC and Central NY
UBER - Pennsylvania
JOBE - Pennsylvania
SPARKS - North Carolina
BOONE - Pennsylvania, North Carolina

As I live far away from nearly all of my ancestor's burial grounds, I greatly appreciate the efforts of all the FAG volunteers across the globe documenting our cemeteries, adding memorials, and taking photos. Thank you, thank you!

7/2015 - I am WAY behind thanking kind contributors who have taken photos at my request. I look forward to getting caught up soon. My sincere thanks for all your efforts!
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Cathy Alton
RE: Norbert Alletzhauser
You're welcome and thanks for the kind words!
Added by Cathy Alton on Apr 08, 2017 3:17 PM
Cassandra E
RE: DeGiorgi's in Forest Hill Cemetery
You are welcome. If you want any photos that I have, please let me know. You can "suggest edit" and include your personal email. Thank you.
Added by Cassandra E on Apr 01, 2017 5:40 PM
RE: Smiths in St Agnes
I was able to find the obit for Mary Smith and have added it to her memorial. It lists her surviving children, so it may help determine if she is your relative. The family is also in the 1880 census on the same street - at that time it was in the town of Geddes, not Syracuse if that helps. MK
Added by MK on Mar 13, 2017 11:25 AM
Jan A
RE: Another Cemetery?
Kathy, the other cemetery is or would have been called the Smithport Cemetery and the two graves I found are a Smith and her daughter. I've had Smith relatives helping me try to locate her family and figure out who she was. I've used the metal detector once but found a lot of barbed wire lol. Will get up there again when the weather warms up :) It is up in Smithport, you can see the hill from where we met :) Jan
Added by Jan A on Mar 11, 2017 5:26 PM
Jan A
RE: Hi
lol, mild winter ;-) I am thinking about 5 inches of that white crap so far today. I don't think I told you, there is ANOTHER cemetery in Smithport! It's up on the hill IN Smithport. I have permission from the land owners to clean it up.. if I can find the graves (only 2 so far).
Added by Jan A on Mar 10, 2017 6:30 AM
Jan A

Just wanted to stop by and say hi :)
So Hi! Jan
Added by Jan A on Feb 26, 2017 9:14 PM
TS Lundberg (Sternburg)
Catharine Oliver
Transferring. I had found that publication online, and I don't know if there is a headstone remaining. I have roots in the area, but I live in AR. You could request a headstone photo or contact one of the folks that have taken photos of headstones there at the cemetery. It is certainly possible that her headstone is still there and legible. I have seen much older headstones remain legible. So much depends on the type of headstone, weather, pollution, cemetery care and vandalism. Most of my ancestors are from Madison Co, but earlier (mid 1700's) from Schoharie Co.
Hope you can get a photo. I know how happy I have been when a photo was posted of my great's headstones.
Added by TS Lundberg (Sternburg) on Feb 26, 2017 3:52 PM
Ed M
RE: Trouskie
You're very welcome Kathy
Added by Ed M on Feb 24, 2017 11:39 PM
Eugene Hashie (#176662837)

Appears Eugene Hashie is buried in the World War #1 veterans lot at Bellevue. Records also indicate he died of a Cerebro Vascular Accident. When snow clears I will attempt to locate his marker.
Added by RHO on Feb 24, 2017 10:50 AM
James Martin
Otter Lake Cemetery, there are no markers on the plot.
Added by Veneita on Nov 12, 2016 11:29 PM
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