|Leslie Vaughn (#46938965)|
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I have been doing genealogy for decades and teach some classes, but am not a professional genealogist. I love the puzzle of finding my ancestors and those of my husband. My favorite vacation involves cemeteries and visiting historical and family history sites. I currently live in Florida, but I was born in California and grew up in Washington State. My children and grandchildren live in the mid-west so we travel a lot to visit living relatives and stop at the cemeteries of our ancestors whenever I can persuade my husband to do so. I will add pictures of gravestones as I take them.|
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|Bev Winship||RE: Adrian Basford|
Not a relative of mine either. Just trying to get as much info as possible on the memorials for future generations to work from.
|Chuck/Karen Brackett||RE: Falkenburgh|
You are welcome.
Leslie, I will be posting pictures for John Van and also for his wife Lutheria E Falkinburgh.
The graves is in an old section of the cemetery and are not in good shape. Sorry about that.
|Joe||Winton Clark Peltier|
Added by Joe on Jul 02, 2015 10:25 AM
|Sharon N||Eliza Maloon|
I have added the information as requested. Sorry for the delay. Sharon
Added by Sharon N on Jun 21, 2015 3:06 PM
|Dave & Janice||Elmwood cemetery in Winnipeg|
If you ever find yourself in Winnipeg, visit the Suffron grave and visit the Elmwood cemetery office and spread a good word about findagrave.
|victoria brogdon||RE: Eunice Strong|
The Waterford group has made a great effort to recover the cemetery. I remember it when I was a kid and it was totally overgrown and covered with scrubbrush and weeds and trees. It had more gravestones then but they were almost all down on the ground. If you contact the Waterford Library, they will be able to put you in contact with someone to help you find a cemetery plot and I could take a photo of the approximate location. It's a very peaceful location.
You're welcome......my pleasure.
Added by TT21 on May 19, 2015 6:54 AM
|Buddy Leech||RE: Ezekiel Swarthout|
You are most welcome, Leslie. I lead the Wayne Sons of the American Legion (SAL) Graveyard Committee, so had the help of two good helpers. Our objective is to locate veterans buried in cemeteries in the vicinity of Wayne so that the American Legion can recognize them with a fresh flag yearly and a marker, if needed. We were canvassing Wayne Village Cemetery and our maps guy was able to locate Ezekiel.
Helen Thomas had requested a gravesite photo for Olive Wright Swarthout, his wife. Our records indicate that she is buried in WVC and she has a Find A Grave Memorial (#56536253), but her name doesn't appear on graveyard maps prepared by Don Rowland (Wane American Legion Historian) in 1981. The gravesite adjacent to and south of Ezekiel's is marked "Unknown". This is likely Olive's gravesite, but her headstone was removed between Mar. 1875 and 1981. I'd like to post photos of the base next to Ezekiel's headstone as being hers, but I'm not certain ... though I would place a substantial bet that that is her gravesite. I'd welcome any comments.
|wlinzer||RE: Dolly, Abram and Hannah Varnum|
My pleasure. Sorry the stones are so hard to read, but I cleaned them a little to be sure. Happy hunting, Wanda
Added by wlinzer on May 11, 2015 7:59 AM
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