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Sandra Wamsley (#47045804)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 25 days
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Hi all, In the time I've been on Findagrave, I've put up such photos as I have and created sites and linked people to their families as far as I'm able. It is difficult for me to get away to get photos, but what I do offer is over 20 years of research and information on various family members. I've been putting up their memorials when I find their places of burial and hope that others will be willing to chase down the photos for them. SFW
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RE: Merta Fielding Loomis
Sandra, There are Loomis family members all over the censuses along the south end of the border between Allegany and Cattaraugus counties. I have previously had no interest in them beyond wondering if they were related to a grammar-school and high-school classmate, James Loomis born circa 1932, probably in Buffalo. Jim inherited the family business, Loomis, Offers, and Loomis Funeral Home in South Buffalo. In addition to his work, he became an accomplished musician and played organ for the local Episcopal church. He conducted the funeral for my father.
Because he was tall, he got to play a stalk of celery in our 3rd grade play on Good Eating for Good Health.
Added by NFJ32 on Aug 10, 2015 9:24 AM
RE: Merta Fielding Loomis
No connection to the Loomis family that is not at least 7 or 8 links long. My ancestors lived adjacent to Clarksville since 1824, and other branches of my family lived in Richburg and Friendship, on the other side of Clarksville. Sorry that I probably can't help
Added by NFJ32 on Aug 09, 2015 6:33 PM
RE: Merta Fielding Loomis
Sorry, I've about exhausted all I know about the Loomis clan. Neal
Added by NFJ32 on Aug 08, 2015 10:24 AM
Alex Reed
Sherry Hart
I suggested to the person of the original memorial to change her place of burial to Hardin Family Cemetery, but I don't think they use their account here anymore. I'll have to ask the Find A Grave administrators to change it, as they have helped me with in the past.
Added by Alex Reed on Jul 17, 2015 6:59 AM
RE: James Robert Gerber
You're very welcome, Sandra. Funny story about this photo-I had taken it before it was even requested since I was in the section the day before and noticed the lovely Gerbera daisies and decorations for a man named Gerber. The odds of that happening are in a cemetery this large? Anyone's guess. I was happy that I got the claim since they go so fast this time of year. Have a great Memorial Day!
Added by Lleeah on May 25, 2015 10:20 AM
Carole Conrad
henry hardin of rye/pueblo
are you related to this group?

Added by Carole Conrad on Apr 28, 2015 6:56 PM
RE: Aden Williamson again
Thank you! I have deleted mine.
Added by Jodi on Apr 24, 2015 6:14 AM
Beverly Dunn
Everett Hays
Looking at the actual birth entered in Brown County, the date is 7 Nov 1875. You can see it at
Added by Beverly Dunn on Apr 07, 2015 5:51 PM
Beverly Dunn
RE: Everett Hays
I have changed date of birth to 2 Nov 1875. Thanks
Added by Beverly Dunn on Apr 07, 2015 5:46 PM
Beverly Dunn
RE: Fred Maul
I'm looking at the 1900 Census. That O you think you see is actually markings the census taker made on each head of household; 3-1/Pf3. Take a better look at it.
Added by Beverly Dunn on Apr 07, 2015 5:42 PM
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