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My paternal families are Bronson, Roby, Wall and Ferguson.|
My maternal families are Thomas, Evans, Weaver and Loomis.
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. Please do not use my photos on Find A Grave. If you want me to place a photo on a memorial, just ask.
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.
It is interesting to look at the family trees and see my photos shown without any acknowledgement of where they acquired the photos.
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|David Harrison||nd Keyser Augusta Wife of Henry Keyser|
Hi added photos if you like can transfer ownership.
Thanks Dave 131894213 139105444
Thank you for updating/linking the Salisbury family in the North Gage Cemetery.
|Ron||RE: Re: Clarence Olds|
Does your family trace back from John C Miller or Henry?
Added by Ron on Nov 02, 2014 1:26 PM
Thanks for the comments and corrections for the Lowville Rural Cemetery memorials.
Added by ValJ on Oct 30, 2014 8:19 AM
|John Cahill ||RE: The Sheelers in Armory Hill|
I found the actual obit of Mrs. John W Sheeler if you would like a copy
|John Cahill ||The Sheelers in Armory Hill|
any chance that you may have these photos a in your archives?
or possibly know location of graves in Cemetery
ggg grand kids of the sheelers
|CHerr||RE: the rockers|
working on my photos of all the Glendale stones. this morning I spent three hours on the Adams monument. it's fun though when you do figure it out and tying more folks together than you had to start with, especially when the brothers and sisters can be brought in.thanks again. moving on to st stephens with my photos there; I've seen you've got a number of memorials there. probably be December home in Baltimore working on them. leaving inlet Wednesday.
just looking at my summer photos folders, can't believe I'e done st patricks forestport and constablevile, Wilcox, gospel hall, seventh day Adventist, petries corners, gallup, new covenant, calvary, alder creek, st Vincent de paul, more of beaches bridge; spent the last month taking I think half the photos of st stephens, will return next year. nice think is I found a great place for afternoon breakfast on route 12, pioneer café around glenfield. see ya
Added by CHerr on Oct 18, 2014 6:42 PM
think I made the correct changes per your two messages. thanks for watching my back.again.
Added by CHerr on Oct 18, 2014 5:48 PM
|David Grubbs||RE: Malina or Lucinda Loomis Gage|
thanks! That helped greatly. Lucinda's maiden name was Tuttle. She married a Julius Curtis and had two or three children with him. After he died, she remarried Alden Sears Gage after Malina had died.
|David Grubbs||Malina or Lucinda Loomis Gage|
Thanks for all of your work! By any chance, do you happen to have a photo of Malina Loomis Gage's tombstone? I would also really love to have a photo of her husband Alden Sears Gage's stone as well.
I've seen several US census records that call Malina "Lucinda". Do you know which one is correct?
David Grubbs - 3rd great grandson.
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