|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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|Tom Hawkins||RE: Mallory Photo|
My relative is Emma G. Bowers who I strongly believe is Josephine's daughter from a first marriage. I know Emma had a half sister by the name Fannie Phillips, and I have seen a Fannie enumerated with Emma, Josephine and the other Bowers. I know also know that Emma was from Rhinebeck. That's all I know at this point and I am working on getting source documentation to confirm the birth and subsequent second marriage.
|Tom Hawkins||Mallory Photo|
Beverly - thanks for the photo! I uploaded a picture today in a Cemetry in East Haddam, CT! What a nice surprise to see the Mallory picture - I recently made a break through on that line.
Thank you so much for all your hard work on the Rhinebeck Cemetery, and for letting people use your fantastic pictures. I am related to the Hamlins. I see I had James C. Hamlin's birthdate wrong--the headstone and a newspaper article I found this morning confirm it, so I fixed it. You are right--John O. (for Olmsted) was the son of James C. Hamlin and Emily Olmsted. Nancy Kelly told me John O. Hamlin could often be seen riding his bicycle around Rhinebeck. I know he was very active in the local and family history scene, but no one seems to know what happened to his papers.
Thanks, got it, will move him today.
Added by donna on Oct 06, 2014 11:15 AM
No problem to move the memorial but before I do, confirm that both the father William and son William Wainwright are buried there.
Added by donna on Oct 05, 2014 2:57 AM
|srh||ANNA DELANCY OSTROM|
On this stone is the inscription:
ANNA DELANEY (not Delancy) OSTROM with a dod of January 27, 1939 (not February). Her age is probably inscribed further down underneath this date, if the earth was pushed away.
Thanks for posting these stones.
Added by srh on Oct 03, 2014 4:06 AM
|Susan||Bernice Germond 51634758|
I had her last name as Gregory because I typed it wrong. Her mother's maiden name was Gregory. Thanks for the heads up
Added by Susan on Sep 24, 2014 12:04 PM
|Susan||RE: James Husted Germond & family - murdered|
I don't have any connection between him and the Husteds. If I ever find one, I'll let you know
Added by Susan on Sep 24, 2014 6:50 AM
|David Vargo||RE: Lorena Hickok|
Hi Beverly...I am delighted to sponsor Lorena's memorial here on Find-A-Grave. Last night I just finished watching the 7-part documentary series, "The Roosevelts - An Intimate Portrait", by Ken Burns on PBS and Ms. Hickok is widely mentioned there causing me to look her up here on Find-A-Grave this morning. I was pleased to find her. So thank YOU for creating her memorial and posting the photographs of the plaque and the cemetery. It was kind of you to write to me. Nice meeting you.
Best Regards, David
|Deb Schwitzer||Irma Beard|
I wanted to thank you very much for capturing the photo of my Great Grandmother's headstone.
My G Grandma was in the hospital for her final days. My daughter was born in March 1994. When she was a month old I took her to see my G Grandma. It was important to me that she held her Great Great Granddaughter. Grandma passed towards the end of May. I attended her services, but between a two month old baby and my own emotions, I didn't go to her burial. I always wished I had, but you have given me the next best thing. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart and tell you how much I appreciate what you have given me.
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