|Bob S||Walter Wilcox photo|
Thank you very much for taking and posting the photo of Walter and Gertrude's marker. Bob
Added by Bob S on Jul 10, 2017 10:40 AM
|Maggie O||RE: N Johnson / east Bergen|
thanks again you're wonderful for checking for me. I had a family member who wrote me asking about his marker. I appreciate you. SHe said he had been in the poor house, I don't know if they had a cemetery or where at the mercy of generosity to bury their dead so she is hunting in that direction for now.
Added by Maggie O on Sep 26, 2015 6:51 AM
|Maggie O||N Johnson / east Bergen|
thanks for trying to find his marker :(
I was hoping it would be near
Added by Maggie O on Sep 25, 2015 1:23 PM
|Bonnie Hagyard-Butler||Sarah Ellis|
Thank you for your time and effort.I always appreciate the work of the volunteers,
|Kim England McGuirk||Sarah Pembleton 1787-1854|
I was visiting my father's and grandparent's grave sites today on my way home from my aunt's home in Monroe, NY (I live in Cornwall on Hudson). I am a long time amateur genealogist, if you will, and enjoy strolling through the older parts of cemeteries, particularly in Orange County, NY where several of my ancestors are laid to rest. I am always hoping to come across one of my "brick wall" ancestors so I keep an eye out especially on the older stones. I used my find a grave app on my phone, just in case I stumbled across an open request. There were many, and the cemetery is quite large. It was getting dark at this point and my 7 year old was entering his witching hour, when out of the corner of my eye I saw Pembleton. I wasn't sure, but thought maybe that was a name on the list (I know this sounds crazy, but I remembered the surname Pembleton after a character on the show Homicide-Life on the Street", Frank Pembleton). I checked and there she was! It was very difficult to read the stone, and at first I thought the first name of the husband must have been Daniel, Samuel or Edmund, but playing around with the editing feature on the phone I see that it is indeed Elemuel. It made me very happy to find her since I have been so fortunate in using this site to locate my ancestor's graves. Good luck with your research. Kim England McGuirk
|Kyle McCullough||RE: Gridley Memorial - Wallkill Valley|
You're Very Welcome, And don't take this the wrong way, But thank you for giving me a reason to get out of the house!
|glenda (contributor #47305349)||The Ballards|
THANK YOU for all the photos as well as the two new memorials! I have sent you a private e-mail as well.
|Spaceman Spiff||RE: Riley|
You're very welcome.
Happy to help!
|Jerry T||The True Family|
thank you for your time to take the photos of the True family in the Maple Grove Cemetery.
Added by Jerry T on Oct 29, 2013 2:04 PM
|roy sanders||tunis sanders head stone|
hi s anderson
thank you for helping me out tunis sander4s was my great grand father's brother and they married sisters is there a marker or record of who is buried beside him
once again thank you
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