Brian G. Andersson is the former Commissioner (2002-2010) of New York City's Department of Records, and is now Director of Community Outreach for Woodlawn Cemetery in The Bronx, NYC. A genealogist of note, he appears on television in Emmy Award-winning "Secrets of New York."
RE: Chief McCullagh in Woodlawn Cemetery Brian, I finally was able to read his obit at the NY TImes and it does not mention the month and day of his birth. For the time being I have no idea where I got the date, however it could have come from another Find A Grave contributor who suggested an edit. Sorry I can't give you a good answer.
gravestone photos Brian, thank you for the great photos of Eli Baldwin's gravestone and grave site. I greatly appreciate your fast response and the quick results to my request. I owe you a debt of gratitude, and will gladly respond in kind if you are ever in need of research in the Harrison, Arkansas area.
Frederick and Aurelia Leubuscher Thank you for taking the photos so quickly, they look nice. The one showing the marker with cemetery location context is a good addition. If you get a chance would you add it to Frederick's memorial also. Thanks again for your help.
Photo requests Brian: Thank you for quickly claiming the two requests for photos of Mr. and Mrs. Tainter in the Pell family plot. You might check out the link on Alice's page to her father George Hamilton Pell, a financier with a distinguished family background but whose misdeeds earned him two stretches in Sing Sing.