This is a wonderful hobby - I enjoy walking different cemeteries - taking photos - researching - and adding to the information on Find a Grave.
- I appreciate edits and the additional information they add to memorials. I will check any suggested edits & request more information if I can't verify the information
- use any photos any where & any way you wish. If you have a better photo, I'll delete upon request.
- generally happy to transfer memorial (if I am not related) Please let me know your connection. I also look to see what you've contributed to Find a Grave and how long you've been a member. When I've transferred in the past and it just sits there with no additions, or the volunteer has disappeared, I get very disappointed. (does not apply to 4 generation rule of course)
-This summer - Focusing on mowing rows in St. Cyril and Method; filling requests in Memory Gardens and adding photographs to memorials in Park View
-Followers (was Friends) - I removed all because I didn't like the way the new Beta displayed them. There are many who have helped me on this site and many I consider "friends"
-Working on listing sources I used as well as mowing rows
*St. George’s - ”Names on Tombstones and Tablets Located in the Churchyard and Church of St. George's Church (Episcopal) - Schenectady, N.Y. "
Also - ST. GEORGE'S CEMETERY (EPISCOPAL), SCHENECTADY, NY
Data typed originally by Robert Vines Contributed by Jonathan Pearson IV 200 Notes and Webpage by Cliff Lamere July 2001
*St. Joseph’s - Online database http://troyirish.org/genealogy-records/cemetery-records/troy-area/st-josephs-cemetery-waterford-ny-internment-records (was in different format)
*Niskayuna Reformed Church Cemetery - Cemetery Records Niskayuna Reformed Church Schenectady County as copied by Elizabeth D. Shaver 1966
-"A Serving People: A History of the Niskayuna Reformed Church" by Elizabeth D. Shaver
*First Pres - Inscriptions Nathan Van Patten 1905
- inscriptions Jonathan Pearson 1865
- inscriptions Lillian F Nicholson 1930's
- Deaths recorded as burials were made in Church Burial Ground 1796-1827
- Inscriptions via rubbings Martha Mauer 1973
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