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Bruce Miller (#1074)
 member for 15 years, 29 days
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Bio Photo Like many of you, I'm a Find A Grave photo volunteer because I'm interested in genealogy. All of my photos are released to the public domain, so use them as you see fit. If you need a higher resolution image, just email me.
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John Tosten
Celia Miller Photo
Thank you so much for the great photo.
Have a good day, John
Added by John Tosten on Aug 20, 2016 7:56 AM
Greg Hetzler
# 129862587. RE: Your Denton photo requests
Again, thank you. I see you have interest in Genealogy, that is great. Yes, I have searched Stamford and Greenwich heavily for my ancestry, and for their descendants. My Mom, Patricia Knapp Hetzler grew up in old Greenwich and her father and his built several homes their back then. For local interest, that call of craftsmanship dates back many years. A Great Grand Uncle names Timothy Knapp built a house, later used as a Tavern. http://www.putnamcottage.org/history.html
Lots of history. There were 28 families, many landed at Middlesex, Massachusetts and were the first founders of Stamford, 10th Great grandfather Nicholas Knapp(wives Elinor Disbrow Lockwood then, Unity Brown) being one of those 28families. So many descendants to track down (3,484 so far). :) Stories for them all.
Added by Greg Hetzler on Aug 17, 2016 10:08 AM
Greg Hetzler
# 129862587. RE: Your Denton photo requests
I want to thank you both very much for your effort for Memorial# 129862587, searching for the grave of my fourth Great grandfather. Here is a brief of the person you were search for the Grave of. History tells me he was a quite farmer, likely a fruit “Truck” farm. Born 221 yrs, 6 mos ago, his farm house was on North Maple Avenue and would have been facing north looking up Pleasant Lane. Midwood Road presently comes north to their, up the middle of the lands he had owned. He had possible a hundred or so acres. My research also indicates John D Rockefeller (Standard Oil) owned land on the left, which included a carriage track. In kind to my relationship, John M Denton was the fourth Great grandson of Rev Richard Denton II, the first pastor of The First Congregational Church of Stamford in Stamford, from 1641 to 1644.
Regards, Greg Hetzler, Weddington, N. C.
Added by Greg Hetzler on Aug 16, 2016 6:41 PM
Green Jewell
RE: Trowbridge Photo Request
Thanks very much for trying!!!
Added by Green Jewell on Aug 16, 2016 5:10 PM
Hutchinson & Cortright
RE: Your Mather Photo Request
Thanks so much for your efforts! Kind regards, LMH
Added by Hutchinson & Cortright on Aug 16, 2016 4:45 PM
Nellie NY
RE: Your Bowen photo requests
Hi,
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the cemetery and for trying to find the headstones. I really appreciate it.
Nellie
Added by Nellie NY on Aug 16, 2016 4:39 PM
Judy
RE: Your errors
I have tried twice to transfer these memorials to mlomax1074 and findagrave transfers them to you. I don't know why.
Added by Judy on Dec 06, 2014 8:07 PM
mlomax1074
RE: Poyas Transfer
I'll keep the transferred memorials. Thanks.
Added by mlomax1074 on Dec 06, 2014 4:48 PM
L Beacon
R. Lowden
Hi Bruce,
Thanks for your note about not having the plot location listed, I have added it to Royce's memorial. If you happen to be at St. Mary's in Greenwich and can take a photo it would be greatly appreciated, Thanks again and Cheers!!
Added by L Beacon on Jun 09, 2014 12:47 PM
Sheppard2
Van Loons
Hi Bruce,

Great photos of the van Loon markers. They really add to the memorials. Don't know why they didn't accept "famous" for Hendrik. He was a very well known author, artist, and political commentator.
Added by Sheppard2 on Oct 27, 2013 7:46 AM
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