|Paul Sutton Kamalsky (#46798303)|
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I have been researching my mother's family, the Suttons of Vermont, for the past three and a half years. Our Suttons originated in Lincolnshire County, England, with cavalier Thomas Sutton, who came to Hempstead, Long Island, New York, in 1647. His descendants and close relatives lived in Greenwich, Connecticut on the Byram River and New Castle in Westchester County. In 1788, my fourth great grandfather, Benjamin Sutton 1st, came with his wife, Jamima Van Wart, cousin of Isaac Van Wart, of Elmsford, his mother, Sarah, and brother James and his wife, Deborah Merritt, to St. George, Vt. Benjamin & Jamima then went to the present Dorset Street in Shelburne where they parented 14 children. From Benjamin and James descend all the Suttons of Vermont and from Benjamin, the New York Suttons who descend from Benjamin, Jr., William, and Luther, all of whom went to Louisville Landing, N.Y. on the St. Lawrence River, in 1836.|
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|Annie Gegan||Isaac Washburn tombstone|
Many thanks, Paul, for photographing and posting the pictures of Isaac and Esther Washburn's tombstone. It means a great deal to me and is greatly appreciated!
|Susan Macy||Ebertz Stones|
Paul, were all four of these flat stones in front of the big Ebertz monument? I'm assuming they were but didn't know.
|Sherry Hodges||Thanks for the Photos|
Paul thanks for the Woodlawn Cemetery stone photos you posted today.
You are awesome as always.
Thank you so very much for the photos you took of these people. Glad to see that maybe the snow is going away for you. I really appreciate your help.
|Lee Ashmore||J. A. Sill|
I just noticed in the bottom of the photo for Julia Ann Sill 1838-1929, a small stone that says J. A. Sill. Could that be her mother since they both had the same name. Usually small stones are for children. Have any ideas on it?
|Lee Ashmore||Elizabeth Sill|
I don't think Julia A. Hopkins Sill who died in 1849 is buried with her daughter Elizabeth who died in 1915. Julia's name is just part of the description of Elizabeth's parents. So I still think you need to remove the photo of Elizabeth's stone on Julia's memorial and we need to keep looking for Julia's stone, if there is one in that cemetery.
|Howard||Lee Knapp Salisbury|
Same thank you as for Robert W. Salisbury. That is going beyond the call to have to remove so much snow in Resthaven Cemetery to take a photo for me.
Added by Howard on Mar 07, 2014 3:06 PM
|Howard||Robert W. Salisbury|
Thank you so much for going to Resthaven Cemetery and shoveling the snow to take a tombstone photo of Robert W. Salisbury.
Added by Howard on Mar 07, 2014 3:03 PM
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Ed DeFlyer|
Thank you for the beautiful photo of Ed De Flyer's headstone. I also wanted to thank you again for the other information and photo you provided of him. That was really above and beyond to me.
|arlafehr||Jacob Marshall tombstone|
Thank you so much for this picture. I hadn't even thought about how much snow you might have, but it looks like it is melting. Do you think the stone has sunk so much that the dates don't show, or were they on the other side? or just in the cemetery records?
Arlys in Colorado
Added by arlafehr on Mar 07, 2014 1:56 PM
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