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|Dutch Door Genealogy||Dr. Bernard and Elizabeth Haring Oblenis|
Thank you for the beautiful Find A Grave pages for Dr. Bernard and Elizabeth Haring Oblenis, and for clarifying Elizabeth's parents.
There is a slim volume of records from the Clarkstown aka Nanuet True Reformed Church available in Rockland County libraries and there is this listing:
*Elizabeth, wf. of John A. Haring, bapt. three chldrn. Dd June 1870
Elizabeth, b. to John A. Haring and Elizabeth, bapt. Mar. 20, 1832
*John A., hsbd. of Elizabeth, "First Deacon", bapt. three chldrn.; Elizabeth, Jacob, Jane.
Dd. Mar. 1849
The asterisks preceding Elizabeth and John indicate that they "originated this church".
The only Oblenis in the records is Gertrude of Clarkstown, who wed John R. Tenlick Aug. 1856.
Thanks again! - Regina Haring, Nanuet, NY
|SvanBen||John Augustus Bogert 1845-1900|
I have a photo of J.A, Bogert and can add it to his memorial if it is okay with you. There is no copyright. It has expired because the photo is obviously so old.
Added by SvanBen on Jan 28, 2016 10:19 AM
|Allan Baillie||Parents of John SAUNDERS|
John SAUNDERS = 52156968
Mother: Sarah HILL = 55403445
Father: Joseph SAUNDERS = 55403360
|VTEdge||RE: Nortons at Pleasant View Cemetery|
You are more than welcome to use the photo's that I took of the Norton Stones. I took them for my brother-in-law Bruce Norton.
Added by VTEdge on Jun 17, 2015 2:57 PM
Thank you for the death date!
Added by Chloé on Mar 07, 2015 6:24 AM
|Maria B.||Reagans @St. Mary's|
Added by Maria B. on Jan 13, 2015 5:45 AM
|Rich H.||RE: Memorial 31009491|
Thanks for the links and info.
Added by Rich H. on Dec 05, 2014 6:21 AM
|Barry Gates||Nathaniel Putnam|
Just caught your public msg to Jack P. when posting my own. Nathaniel Putnam Sr. is GRid 59546939, perhaps. (Benjamin4 Jr. was my ancestor, Benjamin3 Sr. being in common with this line.) Best of luck! Barry
|Jack Parker||RE: Nathaniel Putnam|
Section C of the cemetery has a lot of transplants. There used to be another Putnam cemetery (GR10) off of Sylvan St - I think I've seen one or two of these Putnams originally listed as buried there in MVR. Of the 171 Putnams in section C, this particular family all have the same interment date - 8/18/1845. We've been seeing that a lot with other Putnams, Tapleys, Trasks and other old names. I know that Nathan Putnam, in Porters/High Street, was moved there in 1920 from that cemetery.
I was back there yesterday and had a closer look at that stone. I am amazed that I got such a clear picture of it. I can mail you a higher resolution copy than is possible to put on Find A Grave if you like.
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