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Recently retired. Love to fish, especially warmwater, freshwater gamefish species. Used to ice fish, but need a warmer non-summer activity. Thought Find-A-Grave might fit that opening, at least through the transition months. Both activities center around the central western portion of the Finger Lakes Region in Western New York. In 2010, caught and released a 20 1/2 inch largemouth in Honeoye, a 20 1/4 inch largemouth in Canandaigua, a 21 inch smallmouth in Keuka, a 40 1/4 inch northern in Keuka, and a 27 inch chain pickerel in Canandaigua. You've got to love the beauty of the hills, the richness of the farm lands, the water resources, and the history of the Finger Lakes and it's inhabitants.|
1.) Bath National Cemetery, Steuben Co., NY
The VA Nationwide Gravesite Locator is an additional tool to search Bath National and other sites, as well as performing nation wide searches. The Bath National Section Map is also a handy local site tool.
2.) New Number Nine Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY.
3.) Sand Hill Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY
Memorial for Caretaker of Sand Hill Cemetery for 60 Years: Clarence G. Smith. Flowers and Tokens Welcome.
4.) Whitney Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY
5.) Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua, NY
6.) Gorham Cemetery, Ontario Co., NY.
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Thank you so very much for the photo of Clayton Tuttle's marker in Bath National Cemetery. I really appreciate your time and effort in taking and posting this photo.
Added by Kathy on Oct 12, 2014 9:46 AM
|Johnie Johnson||Charles & Cecil Gould|
Thank you for taking both sides of the headstone and posting both on findagrave.com.
|GARY N EBY||HC Eby tombstone|
Thank you for the picture. I was hopeful that the stone might have birth and death info, but this is certainly better than what I had before. I appreciate what you have done for me and what you do for others in this capacity!
|Johnie Johnson||Arthur Fairchild|
Thank you for taking and posting a picture of his headstone on findagrave.com.
Thanks, gone fishing, really appreciate your effort
to find and photograph this headstone for George Morgan of the 124th NY!
Added by ATJ on Oct 09, 2014 7:19 PM
|KOTTER67||Lawrence Mcgillivray bio|
This is my maternal grandfather buried at Sand Hill Cemetery, here is some info that could be added to his name:
His Parents: William McGillivray 1851-1900
Anna Seaman 1870-1953
His Siblings:(different mother)
Emma McGillivray Vanderworker 1881-1955
Mother Anna Seaman:
Frances McGillivray Wooden 1899-1969
His Children/w Leita:
Leita McGillivray Eveland
Mable Grace McGillivray Salerno
His Children w/Frances Lathey
Mary "Doris" McGillivray Shaw
Irene McGillivray Evans
Marie McGillivray Lowery
Thanks again for your time...Joyce
Added by KOTTER67 on Oct 06, 2014 3:27 PM
|KOTTER67||NELLIE YORK SHAW|
Thank you for adding my grandmother...just looking things over could I please also request that you add my father Maurice Oscar Shaw b. 3/19/1918 d. 8/12/1985 buried Sandhill Cemetery ,Town of Seneca, Ontario County NY,as a child of Nellie and Oscar Shaw....Thank you so much for your time and dedication to this cause..Thanks again, Joyce
Added by KOTTER67 on Oct 06, 2014 2:54 PM
|Kathy||RE: I should have mentioned --|
Thanks for the information on the Gravesite Locator - I'll check it out. I have lots of family members buried in National Cemeteries, but only a few exact locations. This should be a big help.
Thanks for the extra mile you're going to help photo volunteers!
Added by Kathy on Oct 01, 2014 5:59 AM
|Kathy||I should have mentioned --|
that Clayton's burial place is in Bath National Cemetery.
Thank you, again.
Added by Kathy on Sep 30, 2014 6:36 PM
|Kathy||Your addition of a section number for Clayton Tuttle|
Thank you so very much for the additional information on the location of Clayton's burial site. I really appreciate it. I didn't know of a way to find the location, other than to visit the cemetery. You have made things so much easier!
Added by Kathy on Sep 30, 2014 6:35 PM
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