I foudn out that the Pettit referred to by Dyan is not the correct one either. My great uncle once told me and my Mom that originally one of the relatives came over here from France via England because of the French Revolution and at that time his last name had one t-Petit he said this was 1809 but I have no proof so far. Do you live in Brooklyn by any chance? and no, I do not have any relatives by that name.
Added by Bill on Oct 04, 2015 4:17 PM
|Marie Bonafonte||RE: Frederick Underhill|
Hi, no relationship to Frederick Underhill. However, I did observe in federal census enumerations that it looks like he was native to White Plains, NY. He is the son of Morgan and Eliza Underhill.
|Bob O||RE: Robert Q Texido|
You're welcome - glad I could be of help to you.
Added by Bob O on Feb 04, 2014 8:43 AM
|Bob Collins||RE: Daniel W Horton|
Please click on the photo to enlarge it and reveal a caption. The only other surname on the lot is WRIGHT. There are no other Horton burials in this lot, according to the cemetery's burial database (available online at www.green-wood.com by clicking on the Historic Green-Wood tab).
|whistling bird||RE: ooops|
I will definitely try it. Thanks for the tip!
|whistling bird||RE: Enoch W Robbins|
I was glad to be able to help. Had some trouble getting a decent picture your Aunt's stone. That side of the granite must be taking a lot of weather as it is very worn so I hope you can read it.
|whistling bird||RE: Larrabee photo|
You are very welcome. Yes, get that camera figured out, it really is a lot of fun and very interesting photographing find a grave requests.
|whistling bird||RE: Stephen F Larrabee|
Glad I could help. I really like this cemetery it's just beautiful - so the search was a pleasure.
|Cheryl Behrend||Floyd Huston|
Thanks for the correction. I am not related to this person.