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My paternal families are Bronson and Roby.|
My maternal families are Thomas, Evans and Weaver.
Please feel free to use the tombstone pictures I take of your family for your personal use. Anyone could have walked into the cemetery and taken the picture. They are your family I just happened to be the person to take the picture.
When sending me corrections please send some source that I can verify.
I receive too many suggestions that rely upon Ancestry family trees. I belong to Ancestry. Too many times I see people "Cut, copy and paste information" to their family trees. If you actually look at the sources cited you will find that many times they don't match up. I like to have at least two sources for verification, yours and mine.
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|Perfield Girl||Hannibal Hoke Prospect Cemetery FAG # 70501435|
Hi. Thank you for all the work you are doing and for all the Hoke documentation in this cemetery. You have made so many memorials, it may be silly of me to think you have more information about the Hokes, but then again, maybe you do.
Hannibal's parents are Alexander Hoke and Hannah E. Bennett. They aren't on findagrave, which tells me you don't know where they are buried, but were living in the same town as this son Hannibal in 1892 (Russia, Herkimer Co.).
My question: do you know have evidence of identity of Alexander's parents (I have Ancestry and am aware of various opinions of treeholders)? Do you know when and where he died?
Thank you, Sharon
|Paul||RE: Re: Thomas Eckler, FAG#66940360|
Thank you for the information about markers in the Herkimer County Home Cemetery. I copied one of yours and posted it on the Thomas Eckler memorial as representative of the markers. I hope you don't mind. (This will cause Thomas' grave to appear on Findagrave lists of graves with photos.)
Added by Paul on Apr 11, 2014 2:09 PM
I think this Mary Dewey # 75490750 may be a duplicate of Mary Salisbury Wheaton Dewey # 60694796.
Nancy Bell #46902791
|Kathy Hughes||Henry & Bessie Bosworth|
Thanks for putting in the Family Links. And, the obits on Henry and Bessie. Good find. So much more information.
|CHerr||John N. Lomber|
this is one of the edits I recently received. Was your edit then indicating the birth date in the obit you added was incorrect?
Added by CHerr on Apr 02, 2014 12:00 PM
It appears this would be the photographer who took a photo under the name of "N.D. Haley's Car, Hubbardston" that I now own as part of an old family album, given to me. If so, I was wondering if anyone would know the time period that he did a photographic business under that name. I am not of the Haley family but am trying to locate identities of several old family photos. I have only the photographer's names in some cases, thus my interest. Thank you. Elaine
Added by Elaine on Mar 30, 2014 9:46 PM
|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Hinckley|
I think I have all of them corrected. Thanks for letting me know. I did have the correct spelling in my genealogy.
thanks, have deleted the dup.
Added by CHerr on Mar 24, 2014 4:50 PM
|Lyn D||Elton Oliver Darling|
I have the following record of Elton Darling's death if you wish to add this information.
Elton Darling died from injuries he sustained in an auto accident.
INJURIES FROM AUTO COLLISION PROVE FATAL
Elton Darling Loses Fight to Recover from Hurts Obtained When Rig is Struck By Car--Dies in Local Hospital_______
Elton T. Darling, well known resident of the village of Poland died about 6 o'clock on Saturday in Herkimer Memorial Hospital, as a result of injuries received when he was struck by an automobile late Thursday night in Poland village.
Darling was driving a team of horses, going toward Poland when the rig he was driving was struck by a car driven by Leland Tompkins of New port, who was going in the same direction.
Thompkins reports that he was blinded by lights of an approaching machine and failed to see the rig ahead of him until he reached a point only a few feet from it and despite all efforts to prevent a crash, the two collided, throwing Darling to the pavement.
It was further alleged that there was no light on the rig. Darling was placed in a passing motorist's car and rushed to Herkimer Memorial hospital where Dr. L. L. Kelley of Middleville attended the injuries.
Darling suffered from a fractured skull and internal injuries which caused his death today.
Mr. Darling was a resident of Poland for the last 21 years where he was engaged in the trucking business. He was born in Salisbury 61 years ago a son of the late Delancy and Isabelle Comstock Darling. He married Alice Manning over 20 years ago.
The funeral were held Tuesday at 2 o'clock from his late home in Poland. Rev. Haven of Newport officiated. Thanks,
Added by Lyn D on Mar 23, 2014 4:31 PM
|Jon & Sandy Holcombe||Carl Roger Clifton|
Thanks for the transfer of my cousin's memorial
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