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Paige (#48137845)
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Maggie O
Your message Mt Hope
You can send your question to magobrien@hotmail.com
Added by Maggie O on Oct 24, 2016 10:15 PM
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RE: Oh yes..
Dear Paige,

Youall are so very kind.

Please add my mom for both of you too on here.

It is/would be her 64th Wedding Anniversary today.

Her # on Finda Grave is # 47946714/.

This Windows 10 is so slowwwwwww in UpLoading..2,7123 MB .



Regards and love to the families,

Jonathan Robert

PS: How am I to help in research for youall two too? No I never met Reverend TuTu..
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Aug 18, 2015 2:02 AM
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Oh yes..
Dear Paige,

Youall do so well at all of this..eh..

Im was just reading on the Rochester RTS.

Your first US Postmaster , Abelard Reynolds was from what I see/saw and added to edit was a ..Hooker.. a Red Hooker, Brooklyn, New York at that time frame.

An aside.. we do use Pier 12 in it now, that was a old US Pier and after a Road Salt pier. Now used even for Cruise Ships too. The depth is adequate and just prior to WW II dredged so no more cattle/sheep were grazed on what is called Governors Island. This was the first place Henry Hudson landed under the Dutch flag and kept a few men on it. The original shape was round now from 6the fill from the World Trade Center building is oblong. So much history for a little piece of NY Land eh..

Now getting back to youalls first Post-Master pushed in by Mr. Rochester.
Find A Grave: 8359747
His wife was 101+



I like your library a lot:
One son:
Mortimer F. Reynolds
Find A Grave: 25833607

I saw the RTS wants to change Mortimer Street ..

Regards and love to the families,


Jonathan Robert
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 30, 2015 2:31 AM
Robert Osburn
RE: opps, one additional thought re RJO
Hi again, Just looked at http://nyrgs.org/cemeteryRecords/SectionM.pdf page 246. I have looked at this before and know I remeber that the Carr family was Robert John Osburn's Aunt's family, so I guess there probably isn't a tombstone for Robert. Too for Robert, if I had a lot of money I would get him one. Thanks again
Added by Robert Osburn on Aug 24, 2014 1:27 PM
Robert Osburn
RE: opps, one additional thought re RJO
Well per the records and a tombstone transcription done in 1988 my 3rd great grandmother Harriet (Hulbert) Osburn is suppose to have a tombstone at that Plot S. But there is no tombstone there. Other Mt Hope records show her at Section T Grave 47 with her sister, but again no tombstone. I have walked sections S and T looking for here tombstone several times over the years and have not found it in either area. The other Osborns in that Plot S I am not related to. Frederick was Robert John Osburn's father and is buried in the civil war section. The Osburns at S 1/2 511 R-3, S Grs 111-112 R-324 BB, NE 1/4 371 R3, and some others I am related to. I have photos of all these. My family came to Rochester in 1849 and most are buried at Mt Hope. I believe that Robert John Osburn was buried with some non-Osburn last name relatives, not sure why, probably a money situation. Thanks for all your help. I usually get to Mt Hope once a year to resume my search, but have not got there this year.
Added by Robert Osburn on Aug 24, 2014 1:04 PM
Robert Osburn
RE: Robert John Osburn d. 1888
Thank you very much for trying to find him.
Added by Robert Osburn on Aug 24, 2014 10:54 AM
Ann Day
Ernest
Thanks for sending me the cemetery record page. It is helpful.
Added by Ann Day on Nov 07, 2013 10:29 AM
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TNX
Just another Thank You Paige!

As my dad, Stephen Potter, said" Trampling through the Muck and Mire ..hello muck..hello mire"!

Regards,

Jonathan
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Oct 19, 2013 11:48 PM
K. Appelhof
RE: John S. DeGraaf d. 1881
Thank you very much.
Best Regards,
Kristin
Added by K. Appelhof on Oct 14, 2013 2:20 PM
claire a
Woods/Conlin
Thanks Paige, appreciate your time.
Have a good day, Claire
Added by claire a on Oct 14, 2013 7:22 AM
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