|Beverly Kane (#46485975)|
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I am working on entering all graves in the Rhinebeck Cemetery that are listed in the two comprehensive books compiled by Arthur C.M. Kelly of Kinship, Rhinebeck, NY http://www.kinshipny.com/|
- Rhinebeck, New York : death records of the 18th and 19th centuries by Arthur C.M. Kelly.
- Rhinebeck Association Cemetery : 20th century deaths / transcribed and indexed by Arthur C. M. Kelly.
Both of these books correct errors that are found an older publication of the cemetery records - Old gravestones of Dutchess County, New York / nineteen thousand inscriptions collected and edited by J. Wilson Poucher, M. D. and Helen Wilkison Reynolds.
As I work my way around the cemetery I am photographing as many headstones that I can find. I am also adding any interments that are not listed in the Kelly book, basically those after 1999.
I have two databases of interment records for the Rhinebeck Cemetery. I will be adding some of this information to existing records and adding records for those who are interred but who do not have a headstone.
I am happy to transfer management of any record not in my family. Photos can be copied freely for private use.
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|Marie Hayes||Michael Grace|
I added the obit info. Thanks!
|Marie Hayes||William Hall|
Thanks for the info. I put a note on the site and the findagrave # for the Rhinebeck Cemetery.
|Susan||William Hicks 61805384 and wives|
Looked up William in the 1850 census, and you are correct. Household included him, his son Irving and son Rowland, age 0. I attached everyone together properly, and even linked up son Irving to them
Thanks for the heads up
Added by Susan on May 09, 2016 10:11 AM
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Capt. Frederick Uhl|
Thanks for adding all the information to the bio area. I will remove the photo of the information.
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Capt. Frederick Uhl|
Thank you so much for the information that you sent to me and I have added it to his memorial. I just added it as a photo as I do not have ownership to edit his memorial. If there is anyway that the Rev. Marker could also be added to his memorial even though it was placed on his son's it would be wonderful to have! Thanks again for your time to send me this information on my family ancestor!
What a difference a vowel makes. Your research indicates that the she I thought it was in the transcription is actually a he.
Added by Deb on Apr 09, 2016 6:51 PM
|Deb||Thank you for your help|
Thank you for filling out memorials where information is available. I have a pet peeve about birthdate being unknown when age at death is on the headstone.
Added by Deb on Apr 07, 2016 7:50 AM
|Deb||RE: Burials in St Peters church Rhinebeck|
You are very welcome. I like adding biographical data and the time you take to research and contribute should be recognized and appreciated.
Added by Deb on Apr 06, 2016 6:24 PM
|Joe Pape||William Pultz|
Thank you so very much for the photo. This means a lot to me. It is hard to read however. Do you think that a rubbing would work to be able to read more or is it just worn off? Is it possible that the top mentions his wife? Her name was Margaret and I see the stone of her father Peter Van Steenburgh in the top left corner of the photo you took I was wondering because my wife and I live in Maryland and to travel to New York in the next couple years. It is wonderful to know that William's grave is definitely there. Thanks again. Joe
Added by Joe Pape on Apr 06, 2016 9:01 AM
Hello, I am a descendant of William Lee Fuller. My great grandmother Mae Fuller was the child of their son Charles Parkins Fuller. I am just curious if Charles or Mae might be buried at Rhinebeck.
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