|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||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
|Robert Champlin||Edith Gilbo|
I was pleasantly surprised to find a copy of Edith's obituary on Find-A-Grave this morning. I just wanted to add a bit of information to what you posted. Edith Lisle Champlain, daughter of William McCullen Champlain and Grace A. Truman was born at Cortland, New York on June 10, 1902.
This one is going to cost you! I had to write it all out because Ancestry won't let you cut and past .
What do you think about Find A Grave being bought by Ancestry?
Sunday Jan. 22, 1956
Stanley H. Calkins, 46, of 15 Parkway Dr. Baldwinsville, died yesterday at Crouse Irving Hospital after a short illness. He was a native of Clay and resided in Baldwinsville most of his life. He was employed in the maintenance department of Morris Machine Works, Baldwinsville .
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Alameda H. Catkins; 7 sons, Kenneth, Robert, Stanley Jr., Edward, David, Lloyd, and Earl; 2 sisters, mrs. Hazel Vault of Baldwinsville and Mrs. Frieda Albino of Syracuse ; and 4 brothers, Leslie of Cicero, Calvin of Baldwinsville , and Wayne and Lloyd Calkins of Solvay.
Burial in Riverview Cemetery.
One 16oz. Pepsi is fine.
Added by af on Oct 05, 2013 7:20 PM
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