|Scott||Find A Grave Memorial# 55235908|
John W Plimley
Wesleyan Church Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Fred Saar
Record added: Jul 21, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55235908
The real birth year on the stone is 1836
JOHN WILLIAM PLIMLEY, b. Woodstock 27th Aug. 1835, parents George Plimley, Mariah Plimley. Private 20th re., Co. I. Enlisted Sept. 15, 1861 at Saugerties for 3 yrs. Mustered 19th Sept. 1861. White. Discharged 23d Sept. 1864, having been in service full term of enlistment. Having been in the Battle of Gettysburg, being wounded in hand.
Added by Scott on Nov 19, 2015 3:00 PM
|Barbara Hall||Prospect Hill Cemetery|
Is there any way to confirm the information you have found at Prospect Hill Cemetery, Columbia County, NY when the caretaker of the cemetery has no record of the deceased? I am not sure if there are gravestones. Do you use gravestones or written records for Find A Grave? Your information looks correct.
Added by Barbara Hall on Nov 17, 2015 5:17 PM
|kmbem||S Burhart fagm#108367839|
Please transfer management for this memorial to me. She is my great aunt. Thank you.
Added by kmbem on Nov 12, 2015 3:09 PM
Tombstone photo for Kenneth Calcatera ended up on this memorial:
Nell Francis (Clark) Calaway
His memorial is set up as an unknown burial location.
Kenneth J. Calcatera
Added by Mary on Nov 11, 2015 10:12 PM
|LLW||RE: Charlotte Audrey Gaertner Clark|
Thank you so much for the prompt reply. I commented on the Carr marker, not as a criticism but as a query if the two graves were "connected" or just an optical illusion. I will contact the funeral home per your suggestion. This is wonderful work you are doing. Thank you again.
Added by LLW on Oct 28, 2015 8:39 PM
|Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr||RE: FaG 39385101|
Thank you Fred.
Added by Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr on Oct 28, 2015 4:15 PM
|Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr||FaG 39385101|
Just checking..?? Are you sure of March 11 1844 for DOD. I found May 11, 1844..
Added by Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr on Oct 28, 2015 7:09 AM
|LLW||Charlotte Audrey Gaertner Clark|
I am searching for this relative.
Mr. Saar, you posted listed a photo of a metal name marker (Charlotte Clark) which appears to be on a grave for Tammy Carr. Findagrave memorial number 20023066. Cemetery is Mt Pleasant (Mt Tremper, NY).
Can you or anyone else provide any more details on Mrs. Clark.
I apologize if I have reached out to you in the wrong context. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Added by LLW on Oct 27, 2015 2:28 PM
Please check your notes for Elizabeth Lockwood Van Velsan, #19254707, in the Coons Cemetery.
You quote the inscription as "aged 42" but in fact she appears in the 1850 census with her daughter Sarah Ann Winchell as age 72.
Added by LWESR on Sep 14, 2015 7:52 AM
|Marianne Mangels||Burhans, Benjamin Petrus|
Apparently you and I have have both created a page for this gentleman. Is there a way to merge - mine (#132497061) has more info than yours...
Added by Marianne Mangels on Aug 16, 2015 2:47 PM
|Danielle Forestier||Jacob Ruth, DAR A098644, 1726-1797|
I believe that this Jacob was not a soldier in our Revolution, but that he qualified for DAR Patriot status as he paid the supply tax in support of the effort. He was in his 50's during the time period of the Revolution. email@example.com
Added by Danielle Forestier on Jul 11, 2015 5:14 PM
|Steve||RE: Marie Parks|
You are very welcome for the photo. Iím glad that I could help.
I donít remember how I came to add Jamesí name to Fairview. I most likely did it when I looked to see where Marie was buried and noticed that James was buried next to her.
The documents I have for Fairview show that there are six Parks interred there. James H. and Marie W. on one side of the Parks monument (row 13) and Frances S. and G. Smith on the other (row 14.) The last two are Blanche G. (died 10 Mar. 1937) and Hyram Arthur (died 17 Aug 1955) both of which are located in the mausoleum. I have now added memorials for all with photos for the first four. Unfortunately, there is no record of a Merry Parks at Fairview.
Added by Steve on May 02, 2015 2:04 AM
|Terrie Roese||Jonah Parks|
I live within the geographical area for requests for Kenosia Cemetery in Danbury, CT. I have carefully checked Connecticut, Hale Cemetery Inscriptions for Kenosia and cannot find Jonah Parks--or any Parks--listed.
The 1850 Census lists Jonah as living in Ridgefield, CT; 1860 lists him in North Salem; 1880 in Ridgefield. It is very possible that he never moved, because at one time North Salem was part of Ridgefied. (It later became part of NY as part of a trade for more coastline.) Ridgebury is actually part of Danbury, CT.
Kenosia is quite a distance from Ridgefield, so I am not sure they would have taken him that far, especially since there were no other Parks there. I would suggest that you go to the Town of Ridgefied website and request the Death Certificate for Jonah from the town clerk--there is a form on line that you can mail in. Death Certificates are filed in the town where the person died and most include the burial place.
I hope this has been helpful. I would enjoy hearing how it works out.
Terrie Roese #48420229
Added by Terrie Roese on Apr 06, 2015 2:50 PM
|Scott O'Connor||Mary Polly Brenenstuhl/Thornton|
Mary Polly BRENENSTUHL, Dau of Johann Michael Brenenstuhl and Elizabeth THURBER, is my 5th great grandmother.
Added by Scott O'Connor on Feb 21, 2015 7:16 PM