|Taryn DiTomasso (#47018047)|
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hi i'm Taryn i'm looking for my grandmothers family in mississippi and tennessee.. along the way i am playing detective, when u request a photo and i answer u may get more then u bargained for in family photos.. i like to make sure u have no other relatives buried there..Thank u too everyone who has left flowers or a kind word.And Thanks for letting me be in your families even if for a short time..|
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|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Emma Chapman Comstock|
Thank you for additions to gravesite I requested. Very much appreciated.
|RDLrandie (inactive)||William Powell Dickenson|
Re William Powel Dickinson. Elizabeth C. is his wife. See 1850 Census of Constantia, Oswego Co., NY. Dwelling/Family # 5 I'm interested in a woman I have a theory is niece of his. She is in the same town in Family 25, Helen, 6 with Almon and Susan Dickinson. Also in that house are Isaasc age 70, and Patience, 68, perhaps the parents of William P. & Almond DICKINSON.
Thanks for what you have posted on this family. It has been a help.
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Edwin "Ted" Anderson|
Thank you so much for linking him to his parents. I appreciate it.
Thank you for getting pictures of Jackson Cemetery. I'm working on the Baker family there. May I have permission to use a copy of your pictures to my family tree on Ancestry.com? Memorial# 35622038 ect. Thank you
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||baldwinsville|
Hi, WE lived in Baldwinsville for quite a few years before I got married. We had a horse farm on Gunbarrel Road and my dad and I showed and bred Appaloosas, etc. for many years.
|eaglehart||Floyd Martin 107341449|
Thank you for transferring my Uncle Floyd's entry to me-I've added links for his parents and some additional info.
I hadn't found a copy of his obituary so thank you kindly for including it in your entry.
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Seymours|
Hi, Yes, I have seen a lot of his writings. Very interesting. I have one where he talks about the Seymours. I grew up in the hamlet of Clintonville. This is a few miles from Marcellus. My family is from there. Do you live around there, by any chance. We now live in Florida.
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Frank Griffing|
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Seymours in Old Marcellus|
Yes, I believe all the Seymours in the old Marcellus Village Cemetery are mine. Our Seymour family was early settlers arriving there by about 1800 and the old homestead, about a mile from my childhood home, still stood up until recent years until it was torn down. My grandmother was a Seymour and I have quite a bit of history about our family.
|Frank K.||RE: kenyon|
Forgive me my Alzheimer's moment. I sent it to the wrong person...
Added by Frank K. on Jan 14, 2014 6:01 AM
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