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|Marnie Hawks Thompson||Here's a few more things|
Carlton H married Sarah L ANDREWS, youngest child and only daughter of John H Andrews and Dores G (nee unknown). She died in 1886 and John remarried a second woman by the name with a similar name-Doris (again, nee unknown). Sarah and Carlton were married in East Aurora April 30, 1902.
Sarah Beaver Kent did not die on the 20th, that was the date the article appeared in the paper. She died on the 18th. She committed suicide by hanging herself in the barn on the farm where she lived with her husband Ony and their son and his wife and Ony's father, Albert.
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||RE: Jonathan and Joseph Kent|
Hi Sandy, I live in Hamburg NY and descend from the Hawks/Ward family of Sardinia and eventually Protection. My ggg-grandfather donated the land for part of Protection Cemetery. I have driven by Humphrey many times, but have never stopped.
Anyway the Concord book was given to me by my gg-grandfather BUT I was so excited to find it on the internet! Just search the name of the book and you should find it. It's a free e-book on Google. A word of warning, the search function does not seem to work real well so when typing in a name, do not assume it's not in the book even if the results returned are "0".
Many people gloss over the book because the title is "Concord", but there is a large section on Sardinia as well as a section at the end for families that don't fit into any of the towns but were still part of the area only on the "outskirts"-that's where I found Joseph Kent and his sons bio.
I have read several articles in the Buffalo News about property issues over the cemetery. In several articles is discusses how the owner of the farm next door "plowed under" parts of the cemetery! I am sure we'll never know many the folks that are buried there, but I am trying to see what I can find. I have added several burials of people I believe to be buried there, but have no proof-always making sure to say that in the bio. Most being spouses of folks we know are buried there. I have the records for Protection from the caretaker, but I do not believe there are records for Humphrey.
The newspapers are about all we have to go on for burials without stones and often it does not specifically say "Humphrey" in the obit.
Let me know if you find the book online. If not, I can send you a link.
|Jim & Chris||RE: Nellie Hardman # 136027958|
No problem in transferring just needed to verify that you were related somehow. Would you like Nellie's husband and their children?
|Jim & Chris||Nellie Hardman # 136027958|
Are you related in ant way to Nellie A. Hardman?
|James Selander||RE: Simon Morgan|
Thank you Very much for the transfer.
|Allen Niles||RE: Anna Johnson|
FYI Anna's first husband Ebenezer Niles was killed War of 1812 on sentry duty. His mother was Susannah (Johnson) Niles. His brother Johnson Niles was founder of Troy MI.
|Allen Niles||RE: Anna Johnson|
See the source below. It's on-line. Paste it to your search window. The 1790 date on her stone is obviously wrong given her age at death. This source doesn't say where Anna was born. I believe that was at Frederickburg Dutchess Co NY but no absolute proof.
A Companion Work to E.S. Smith’s Sketch of the Lives of Isaac and Hannah Smith by David Hargreave & Smith (Skip) Higgins Jr. (29 Feb 2012)
|carol slater||RE: Nelson Taber|
Thank You for the offer
I would prefer it that it remains with you I was very happy to see info on my long lost Uncle .thank you for al you have found.sincerely Carol
|carol slater||nelson taber|
my name is Carol Slater my Grandmother Is His Mother .Her name is Pearl Manchester Taber this is info I have never heard of before.she passd away January 10,1973 .please if you have anymore info please contact me.thank you
|Sue Wiedemer Jones||RE: Corrections for Belidere|
The only thing I can figure is that the person who typed up that list you worked from made some typos. I have been told that stones are a reliable source but I guess we could double check with the cemetery records.
Question: I have several relatives that were cremated and the ashes scattered. How do I enter their information into Find A Grave. I saw a couple where the names are entered with no cemetery so when you search for a name they still come up but didn't know if that was a correct protocol or not. Your input please.
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