|Art Parker (#46779017)|
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|Anthony Hough||RE: Nellie Wall's gravesite|
ok thank you you have been a vary big help in all of this thank you again sincerely, Anthony Hough
|R. Wright||RE: James Armstrong Jr memorial|
Thank you for your kind reply. (Just read it to my wife. Love this site. Your memorials are some of the best I've seen.)
My source for grave locations (and sometimes date of death) is the Gun Plain Township web page:
I only caution that not all of their data is "perfect", but then what is? Their grave locations, however, are pretty accurate, but some of the dates shown are for interment ("DOI"), not date of death. (I'm trying to work with the township to correct this database. But with over 8,000 entries, I'm only through the letter "A".]
My second source is Michigan death certificates, found at:
The site is a little difficult to use, as it is indexed exactly as transcribed. So, for instance, if you're looking for "James", you might have to put in "Jas". I've gone as far as putting in the exact dod without a name just to locate records. I'm sure you'll figure it out if you use the site for a while.
Best wishes, Richard
|Lorna||RE: Aldrich memorials|
Thanks so much for updating Wealthy Jane's page. I have a copy of Frank's death certificate which gives his date of birth and date of death. Mason Aldrich did not marry Mary Elizabeth Lord (Eliza) until February 28, 1866. This information came from Mason's civil war military records. I was also able to confirm that Louisa was Frank's mother from these records Again, that you for updating everything!
Added by Lorna on Aug 24, 2016 5:44 PM
|Rebecca Dodds||RE: Downing citations|
Thanks for being so kind in your words and message.
I so appreciate your attention to accuracy and your obvious passion for this process.
I hope we get a chance to meet again over another common ancestor...
|Mary K.. Gummo/Sullivan||Jarrett's|
are you by chance related too the Jarrett's of PA?
|Har37x||RE: Weekley family, Grandview|
You are welcome
Added by Har37x on Apr 15, 2016 3:55 PM
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Dariel Hough memorial|
When people add photos to a page that was created off a cemetery interment list, very often they don't take the time to alert the page creator that there is more info on the stone that should be added to the page, or in this case, a correction in the name spelling. I very much appreciate every contributor sending the edits to make the pages as correct and complete as possible going forward, so thank you for your edit!
|Marylin DeYoung||RE: Stewart & Sarah Armstrong|
Thanks for the clarification, Art. I had to click on the stone to get the message. Some one will probably contact me and tell me I'm off by a few years, then I'll direct them to your message.
|Michael Duffy||RE: Armstrong memorial page|
A specific cemetery was not included with the obituary cited in the memorial.
More often than not, Clearview is the cemetery referred to in local obituaries of that time period when mentioning North Cohocton. However, since obituary details are often inaccurate, and at the time of the creation of the memorial there were no Armstrong nor Curtis burials at Clearview, which cautioned the placement of the memorial, it ended up in Maple View due to the presence of Armstrong family members. Also, I recall a necrology report for the entire year of 1885 that mentioned other burials at North Cohocton which are found in Maple View, some of which included tombstone images for additional verification.
I'm not related to the family nor have any connection. Perhaps you could ask the current manager of the memorial to add a notation to the bio addressing your concerns or ask to have the memorial returned to me for deletion or transferred to you.
|Gracie Ann Matisyn||RE: Azor O. Hawkins memorial|
You are very welcome! Glad to help!
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