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|Matt Oftedahl||York Band Instrument Company|
I was doing some research and your image on James Warren York's page came up - the cover to the York Band Instrument Company catalog. I was wondering if you have the full catalog? If so is there any chance of getting at least a digital copy of the tuba/sousaphone pages? If you would let me know I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you! Matt
|DDani||RE: John H Weaver, Sodus Cemetery|
Thank you!! That actually gives me Ann's maiden name, which had been something of a brick wall for me! Really appreciate you taking the time to check and provide such a quick response.
Added by DDani on Jul 16, 2017 4:10 PM
|DDani||John H Weaver, Sodus Cemetery|
I'm curious about the record posted for John H WEAVER, 1827 - 1864, Find A Grave Memorial# 175298992.
At the end, it says "Married to Ann and father of George and Frank".
Can you tell me, is that printed on the memorial?
I'm curious because I have a John Weaver, b. 6 June 1827 in Prattsburgh, Steuben Co, NY, who moved to Sodus Point where he was married to an "Ann" and had two sons, George Benjamin Weaver (my 2g-grandfather) and Frank A Weaver. I have seen records for John H Weaver and have wondered what connection, if any, there might be with my family, and suspect some records may be matched to the wrong John.
My John lived until 1898, moving to Otsego Co and later to Canastota, where he died. He remarried after Ann's death to Harriet (Wellington) Hurlburt, with whom he had one more son, John Harvey Weaver. His son Frank married a daughter of Harriet's from her first marriage. His son George married Sarah D Musson, of Otsego county, and they moved west, to Spokane, WA, in the early 1880's.
Any help you can provide to help unravel this mystery would be greatly appreciated!
Added by DDani on Jul 16, 2017 3:07 AM
|Arlene Renee||RE: Levi Newton #142576538|
Thanks for the quick response! I plan to "visit" him tomorrow.
|Arlene Renee||Levi Newton #142576538|
Per your find-a-grave entry for Levi Newton, #142576538, his plot number is 127 at the Prospect Hill Cem. in Gloversville, NY. Do you happen to know which section of the cem. I can find him in? He's my 3rd great-grandfather. Thanks!
Arlene Renee Carr
|Tina Adams||RE: Photo request|
You are very welcome!
|Ed Hotchkin||RE: Martha Hotchkin Hinman|
Thanks for the information. You identified a new Hotchkin for me. She was the daughter of George M. Hodgkin (Hotchkin) and his wife Sarah. I have never found Sarah's surname. I will have all of the information in my next hotchkinfamilyhistory.com update in the next month.
|Diane Schinsing Burlee||Francis Poucher|
Sorry it took so long and Thank you for the corrections on Francis. I moved the obit to the right page.
|CarmasKid||William Gulick memorial|
Thank you for the additional information on this man. Is he part of your family?
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