|Sara Snell-Kirton (#46804831)|
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TRANSFERS: Others have freely transferred memorials to me and I'm inclined to do the same. I will transfer just about anything (except my family or memorials I have put a lot of hours into), don't hesitate to ask. I am not into this for the numbers game that most on here play. |
Please understand that most of the cemeteries in my area are in remote locations, some even require hiking. I don't care to photograph them but they do take some extra time to locate them. I will help however possible with photo requests. But due to the rising price of gas, it has made my trips to local cemeteries limited. I will try to get to all of the requests, but please have patience. Thanks for understanding.
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|Herb Reed||Reed Genealogy|
Just found your message. I haven't proven a relationship to the Redwood Reeds at this time. I've traced George Reed back to Vermont and then the proverbial brick wall pops up. My ancestral Reeds came over from England with the Puritans on the ship Defense in 1635. Part of them eventually relocated to Vermont, but there is a bridge I haven't been able build connecting them.
On a brighter note, I have made friends with some ladies whose maternal grandfather was George Reed. I'm not sure if or how he links to your Reeds.
My personal family resides for the most part in the Syracuse, NY, area. That's where I grew up (South Onondaga/Nedrow). I moved to this part of the state when I began teaching in the area.
|Kevin Cantrell ||Thank You|
Thank you for taking a picture of Flora Noel's monument for me, I really appreciate your help!
|Herb Reed||Reed Genealogy|
I haven't proven the relationship between any of the Reeds in Redwood to myself at this time. Some of them ARE related to locals that friends of mine and I've done some genealogy work for them back through their Reeds. George Reed in Redwood Cemetery is the grandfather of a local who runs a bakery/cafe/greenhouse business with her husband across the road from the cemetery. I've traced their Reed family as far as Vermont and then hit a brick wall. I know my lineage goes back to William Reed who came over from England with his family in 1635 along with the Puritans and settled in Woburn, Massachusetts. From there, Reeds dispersed to Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York. As such, it's the Vermont to Massachusetts connections that need 'rethreading' to see if the lineages are related.
|Kay ||RE: Mina Cotton|
Thank you so very much. Kay
Added by Kay on Aug 17, 2014 10:03 AM
|Oma||RE: Elizabeth Stewart Photo|
If you are in the neighborhood and have time to clean the headstone, that would be great. Thanks for adding the son. That was a big plus in my research.
Added by Oma on Aug 05, 2014 9:50 PM
|Oma||Elizabeth Stewart Photo|
Sara, Thanks so much for taking that photo.
Added by Oma on Aug 04, 2014 6:21 PM
|Shamrockin||RE: Gobson Cemetery Ross county, OH|
Gibson Cemetery is located in southern Ross County off of a private driveway on Rt. 23. If you are driving south on 23, it is the first driveway on the left past George Hollow Rd. The driveway will go up a hill and the cemetery is on the right at top of hill.
|Amy45502||RE: Dotson (Mt.Latham)|
Thank you so much for taking pictures of my Dotson family members in Pike County!!
Added by Amy45502 on Jun 25, 2014 11:27 PM
|Dennis Anderson||RE: Elizabeth Camelin|
Thank you for taking the time to do this. I'm in no hurry. I have waited this long a few more months will not kill me . Thanks again
ps. Enjoy your summer
|Nathan Thomas Taylor||Simeon Freeman|
Sara, thank you so much for adding the photograph of Simeon Freeman's gravesite marker. Have a wonderful day. -Nathan
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