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Laurie Stewart Tokarsky

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Member Find A Grave: 7/23/2002 - name: Snowbird * Genealogist for 48 years, since 1972 *
* (8th generation Western New York'er) *

****[My Husband Paul Tokarsky died & I am behind with Find A Grave photos & information. I will be back to Find A Grave after the New Year. Please send emails or corrections for approval.] ****

In the late fall 2017, I had rotatory cuff surgery & can not bring down my notebooks at present to look things up. Please be patient with me as I rehab & heal. Rotary Cuff & tendons take up to a year or more to heal , as of 8/2018.

* My OLD New England Lines:
Spring, Tarbell, Wilder, Draper, Walker, Proctor, Crary, Powers, Upham, Nourse, Persons, Whitcomb, Cowels/Cowls, Frost,Root, Adams, Spaulding/Spalding, Chase & Bloomer & Darrow, Stowell, Frost, Sewall, Converse, Keep, Hildreth, Blaisdell, Prescott, White, McClure, Bartlett & Bolles & Lines & Griswold, Wolcott, Colton, Leonard, Tilden more...

* My Scottish and /or Canadian Lines:
Stewart, Gordon, Millar/Miller, Hogg/Hog/Hogue, Kydd/Kyd/Kyde, Lumsden, Marshall, Trail, Boyles, Clarke, Reid/Read, Ogilvy, Corsar/Corsair, Coulter, Powers, McKee, Kerr, Graham, Merritt, McLean, McAdam, Cummings, Jackson, Foye, Byrd, Keeler
& more .....

* My Welsh Lines:
Evans,James, Davies & Rees/Reese, & more ....

* My Eastern European Lines:
Tokarsky, Hoch, Korba, Milyan, Marco/Marko & Patlovich, Zulick, Barna, & more.....

* My German Lines:
Eller, Kibler, Ruhl, Reichart, Sweger, Becker, Schimper, Jordan & more....

Most families came from USA states of MA,ME,CT,VT,NH,RI,PA,OH & New York Counties: Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Allegany, Chautauqua, Otsego, Westchester, Erie & Washington

Canadian families are scattered from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewa, & British Columbia.

Daughters of the American Revolution(DAR) & some United Empire Loyalists(UEL) & Mayflower Families & many others.

" Every Cemetery gives a history of the people that once lived, loved & worked hard to scrape up a living for their families. It is important to take photos of all gravestones while they are still readable, writings wash out or vandalism destroys them. Laurie S. Tokarsky

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