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|cbcopp||RE: Daniel Clark|
Oh well...it was worth a try! thanks!
Added by cbcopp on Jul 08, 2015 1:08 PM
|cbcopp||Daniel Clark: memorial 30510320|
I am interested in information about Mary Clark, Daniel Clark's daughter. I believe I have found her memorial on Find a Grave (93661301). Do you have any information about Daniel Clark's family, in particular Mary? Please contact me. Thanks!
Added by cbcopp on Jul 07, 2015 2:17 PM
|DeeDee||Samuel Norton's obit|
Alfred, NY Sun July 8, 1908 from Old Fulton NY Post Cards.
Yes there are a few in the Hornell cemeteries and they are almost all related to me.
Added by DeeDee on May 25, 2015 6:25 PM
|Michael Duffy||RE: Your photos|
I'm in the process of transferring most of my memorials to other contributors or to Find A Grave. Let me know if there are any memorials you want transferred to you. Specific people or specific cemeteries. I'm moving very quickly with the transfers.
Spending too much time with the deceased!
|Martha Hazard-Small||Jabez Lewis|
I am seeking information on my 5th ggrandfather Caesar Lewis of Weathersfield. In your memorial re: Jabez Lewis you mention the 1800 Weatherfield Census. I am particularly interested in the information you may have on his wife Lucy and Child Roxanna and would like to inquire if this family is of African American descent.
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|Betsy Neil||Martin Flick|
Martin Flick is my 3rd great grandfather and until a few minutes ago, I did not know of his existence. I have been looking for him for many years. I am descended form his daughter, Anna Christiana who married Hugh Sloan Gardner. I just found your memorial to him and I am thrilled to find it. I am also thrilled to learn of his military service, which I value greatly. Are you related? My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would be willing to contact me.
Thank you, thank you for this memorial!
|whitepaper||RE: The Rix family in Ford Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the information about Ford Cemetery. It will quite valuable in my trip to the cemetery. I am quite anxious to get there, but I think I will wait for warmer weather with less snow.
Also, thanks for the transfer of my Rix Cousin Memorials. It was quite unexpected. I have very few relatives buried in this part of Upstate. I will take good care of them.
|whitepaper||Rix Family at Ford Cemetery|
Thank you for the memorials and pictures of the Rix Family and their tombstones. I just recently discovered the Rix branch of my tree and was surprised to see Uncle Rufus and his family buried in Springwater. Am I correct in assuming you could not find stones for Lydia Barber and Rufus and Lydia Barber? I plan to visit the cemetery in the spring. I would appreciate any information you could offer about the cemetery.
“whitepaper” in Elmira
|Susan Schultz||Olmstead Family|
Elizabeth Olmstead UNk/Unk I believe is the wife on Nehemiah. Her Name was Elizabeth Hatch born 1752 and died Aug 31, 1836.
Source Olmstead Family Genealogy page 214.
He enlisted at Ridgefield, Conn, in March 1776, under Capt. Mills; was at Montreal and St Johns and Ft. George. During his service he was one year and one month attached to the New York Regt. of Col. Gansevoort; was three years under Col. Bradley, commencing May 1, 1778; was in the battle of Monmouth, N. J., June 28, 1778; discharged at West Point in 1783; was wounded in the service. In May, 1818, he was living in Lime, Ontario County, N.Y. He died in Geneseo. N.Y.
The book mentions a Polly, pension report says she was in Livonia, Livingston County, N.Y. in 1852.
|kelly sullivan||RE: Liberty Butler|
Thank you and good luck to you too...Kelly
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