|PJ Perry (#46968101)|
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Researching my family history since the 70's has been my passion. I am a grandmother of five granddaughters. I do this research to leave for them. |
I will be happy to transfer any memorials that are not part of my family.
Contact me through here for findagrave matters, all other matters use my personal email: PJPERRY@GMAIL.COM. Thank you. Happy Researching.
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In taking some Gilbert photo's, I found that Elsie N. must have been Marvin's wife, not age 9, and a Mildred E. (not listed) had dates 1900-1909, Dau. of M.C. and E. Gilbert. See photo's. No stones for Herbert, Delevan, and Elmer in Sec. 5 Lot 3. It's on a corner and stones could have been lost. Larry
|Kyzyl||Minerva Porter Bickett|
Thanks so much for fulfilling our photo request, and so quickly too! I hope it wasn't too cold out there for you.
Added by Kyzyl on Mar 03, 2014 8:37 AM
Correction's made, sorry about the dupe, if you would like any transfer's , let me know, Larry
|Cindi Taylor||Leona Glassford|
Do you have a copy of Leona's obituary or an article? I was wondering, because a person who is researching the Ellwood line in the Scoutens said that Viola's first husband, Unknown Gilbert, was actually Herbert. She thought that this was mentioned in Leona's obituary. Also, do you know what her middle name was? I am curious, because I believe that Grandma Ruth named my mom, Leona Mae after her. Thanks.
|Cindi Taylor||RE: Scouten/Schouten|
No, but I have better dates for them. Viola's birthdate was 22 Jul 1865.
Benjamin's was 20 Aug 1858.
I also have discharge dates from the children's orphange in Cortland, in case you don't have them.
Mary was discharged on 08 Apr 1916
Harrison "Harry" was discharged on 15 Nov 1915
Charles was discharged on 02 Jul 1918
I don't know which boys, but the records at Cortland County Historical Society indicate that more than one of the boys attended the State Agricultural Industrial School in Industry, NY. I am thinking that it was Edward and Charles.
Mary went to live with Mrs. John Marks on Homer Ave. in Cortland.
Uncle Bennie was married at one time, but on 30 Jan 1952, he was admitted to the County Farm and was stated as being separated. I now have an article stating his dog was "Pal" and he did numerous vaudville shows with him. All of the dogs in the Rin Tin Tin line were named Pal. My cousin,Alan Scouten, also has the back story to the relationship. He will email it to me when he gets it. I have the article and picture posted on my FB and Ancestry page. I am currently trying hard to get all new and old info updated and corrected, forming everything into one tree. I started this earlier in the year, but was diagnosed with breast cancer, which has consumed 6 months of my life. I am now in recovery and doing quite well.
|Laura||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome! I double checked today with one of the workers and there was no stone for Robert Jr.
Added by Laura on Sep 12, 2013 8:30 PM
Added by Laura on Sep 11, 2013 1:08 PM
|Laura||RE: McCally stones|
LOL! That's okay! I would have caught up with it eventually, when I got home and started entering all the pics I took for the ones that didn't have photo requests! It's been a crazy couple days, let me tell ya!
Added by Laura on Sep 11, 2013 11:50 AM
|Laura||RE: McCally stones|
Hi! Yes I found a stone fore Robert but didn't see a photo request for him. I just filled all the requests last night, didn't get to do any extra. Long day! Post a request for him to remind me and I will post it tonight.
Added by Laura on Sep 11, 2013 8:51 AM
|Laura||RE: McCally family Cedar Hill Cemetery|
THanks for the info! I will look tomorrow!
Added by Laura on Sep 09, 2013 7:41 PM
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