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karen kelly (#46967126)
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Bio Photo I live in CT, (Fairfield County) right on the New York border. I am near Putnam and Dutchess Counties, NY, and would love to help, if I can, in locating a gravestone for you.

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P. Perry
West Schuyler Cemetery, Herkimer Co. NY
Hi Karen,

Love the photo that you took of the West Schuyler Cemetery in Herkimer Co., NY. Can you tell me which town this cemetery is in please? It's not listed on Find A Grave and I may have just found some missing family members in here.

Thanks much!
Added by P. Perry on Mar 23, 2015 9:07 AM
G. Flanders
Rogers Burial Ground
I see you have taken lots of pictures in Rogers Burial Ground. The information says it is on Beekman Road near Sylvan Lake. Could you possible give me better directions as to just how to get there.
Thank you very much, Ginnie
Added by G. Flanders on Mar 21, 2015 2:57 PM
Ginny
O'Donnell connections
Kelly - would you please add 23869235 - Elizabeth Bassett and 24624524 Daniel to James Sr (24624532) as his children? Also 24624547 is Jim's wife Mabel. Thanks
Added by Ginny on Mar 20, 2015 2:16 PM
Virginia D
RE: Susanna (Davis) Hall
Karen:
Thank you, but no need to transfer.
Virginia
Added by Virginia D on Feb 24, 2015 4:45 AM
Ward White
Transfers
Thanks so much for the transfers!! Ward
Added by Ward White on Feb 23, 2015 1:03 PM
Ward White
RE: Archibald Hamilton
Thanks for your kind offer to transfer Archibald Hamilton. I will continue to care for the memorial as you have with updates from our family genealogy data base. My number is #47177094. Best regards, Ward
Added by Ward White on Feb 22, 2015 10:33 PM
Virginia D
Susanna (Davis) Hall
Karen:
Thank you for adding the information to her memorial.
Virginia
Added by Virginia D on Feb 21, 2015 2:40 PM
Lisa Willis
RE: Grant Sherwood
Thank you Karen.
Added by Lisa Willis on Feb 21, 2015 9:57 AM
Delijim
parentage of Edward Carroll
Hi Karen, after looking at the records of Edward Carroll and Bernard Carroll of Fairfield County, Connecticut (who you have listed as his father), I have serious doubts that Bernard was his father for the following reasons:

1. On Bernard's 1900 Census record, he states that he immigrated to America in 1856 and was married in 1866. His marriage date was three years AFTER Edward Carroll was born (in Ireland, which if he was Bernard's son, would have been born in America)

2. On Edward Carroll's 1900 Census record, he states that he immigrated to America in 1883, which is some 27 years AFTER his supposed father immigrated.

Bernard Carroll WERE buried in the same cemetery in Fairfield County, Connecticut, but if they were related, it is clear that they were not likely father and son.

I have placed records for both on the WeRelate site if you'd like to look at them:

http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Bernard_Carroll_%282%29

http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Edward_Carroll_%289%29

Best regards,

Jim
Co-Administrator, WeRelate.org
Added by Delijim on Feb 20, 2015 6:51 AM
MidwestFolk
Henry B. Cole
You confuse me, in a good way.

Most people don't want to give up any memorials. I sign in and find I have an additional one I wasn't expecting. Completely unselfish (don't worry that's one of those names it's good to be called).
Added by MidwestFolk on Feb 20, 2015 12:13 AM
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