|Debra Camarota (#47788165)|
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|Alycia K||Marocco monument request|
Hi, could you please call the Mount Saint Peter's office for the location of your request? I'm planning a photo-raid on that cemetery (it's huge) and the staff doesn't want to go through a list of 50 names for me (he'll be doing it bit by bit then, from family members). Wish us both luck! Alycat
Added by Alycia K on Sep 26, 2015 8:51 AM
|john komar||RE: Sampson Mason|
Old resident's say that there were over 100 stones at one time. I have no idea if they were recorded.
|Lulabell||RE: Henry Balch|
No problem glad to help.
Added by Lulabell on Aug 21, 2013 7:11 PM
|NancyM||RE: Sampson Mason|
No...no stones remain. Nothing. There is no way to tell there are graves there! We, also, would like to know how such a travesty took place and went unnoticed. The town board is now in contact with its attorney. Your offer to provide support for our efforts is greatly appreciated. I will let you know what transpires and if we think a letter from you would help. Because of the nature of this discussion, future communication should be by email. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by NancyM on Aug 21, 2013 5:13 PM
|NancyM||RE: Sampson Mason|
The Blossom Farm Cemetery, where our ancestor Sampson Mason is buried, is extinct and no headstones remain. In fact, the desecration of this cemetery went unnoticed and unpunished and the cemetery is now part of a barnyard/pasture.
My brother and I recently (6/8/2013) petitioned the Fort Ann Town Board to reclaim the cemetery, fence it in and erect signage to commemorate the cemetery and honor those interred there. I'm sure you can imagine what a challenge this is!
Added by NancyM on Aug 21, 2013 6:40 AM
I saw that you still had your request for this photo from 2012, and I was already at that particular cemetery, so I wanted to give it a try...however, just like the volunteer before me, I had no luck due to the age and condition of the stones. I did walk the entire property, but maybe half of them are illegible or damaged. Most people buried here died in the 1800's. This cemetery is not too far from us and we do enjoy the research...so we are considering getting permission to do some rubbings or finding out who the caretaker is...maybe there's a book with the location of the grave. If I get any new information, I will contact you again.
Added by JoDee on Aug 13, 2013 7:39 PM
|Kat||RE: Mount Saint Peter requests|
Added by Kat on Sep 20, 2012 7:23 AM
|Kat||Mount Saint Peter requests|
this is a very large cemetery, with mausoleums. You need an alpha-numeric section and a plot number to be able to find someone. Kevin the manager is very nice and will give family the information.
Added by Kat on Sep 18, 2012 7:39 PM
|Ken Hollner||Ira Wagar|
Hi Deb... I found the Frink-Hoyt Cemetery OK, unfortunately most of the headstones and markers are either weathered so badly or damaged to the point of being unreadable. I walked the whole plot (luckily it isn't very big), but couldn't find Ira. Sorry. I'll see if I can post the pictures I took of the cemetery.
|Ken Hollner||RE: Dorothy Mowers|
I get e-mails for requests in my area:
Greetings from Find A Grave...
A Find A Grave photo request has just been made in your area. If you are able to take this photograph, please read the 'Instructions for Photographers' paragraph at the end of this email.
There is a link included that will take me to Find-a-Grave and the details (who, where, etc.)
Also, if you log in and go to 'contributor tools', you can find a link in the photo volunteer section to view all photo requests in your area.
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