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Frederick Sieber (#47076308)
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Bio Photo Picture is I think gravestone of my 3ggfather Marcus Gillett in Wellwood Cemetery, Mexico, New York.
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Culletto180, Linda, Taryn DiTomasso
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charlott jones
RE: Mother of Orlando Marks
No problem whatsoever. Do you think that the name Melanethon might have been Permila's maiden name?
Added by charlott jones on Jun 14, 2016 5:52 AM
Terry Wagner
Carrie Margaret Ireland France
Your entry for my great grandmother is partially correct.
Melville was her youngest brother, not child.
She married Paul David Bell and they had one child, adopted, my mother, Grace Marie Bell.
Paul David was adopted, his given name was David Paul Bice, he was adopted by his Aunt and Uncle when he parents passed away.
Grace Marie's given name was Vera Marie Warner.
She passed in 2009.
Added by Terry Wagner on Apr 09, 2016 3:46 PM
Zelle, Judith
Hi Frederick, I personally photographed this grave at Holy Cross Cemetery. It is a Catholic cemetery.
I have never taken photos at Greenlawn so I believe that the obituary is incorrect, perhaps the family decided later that her interment was on a family plot. This photo was taken 5 years ago in 2011. The best way to 100% determine if she is not at Holy Cross would be a death certificate. I am going to take a look at the family connections to see if any one else from the family is at Holy Cross. Thanks DR
Added by DR on Mar 19, 2016 8:12 PM
Natalie Woodall
Seth Hubbard
Dear Mr. Sieber: When you created the memorial for Seth Hubbard (Wellwood Cemetery, Mexico, NY did you see a stone? Hubbard was a member of the 110th Regiment and died in 1863 in Louisiana. I have visited the site and found Lucinda and Stephen but no sign of a stone for him. In fact the Wellwood Cemetery records do not list him. I wrote to Tamryn who added the photo but she never responded. What can you tell me? Many thanks for any enlightenment you can provide. Best wishes, Natalie J. Woodall, PhD
Added by Natalie Woodall on Jan 09, 2016 6:56 PM
Janet Marie
Solomon Gates Cottrell # 114738478
I have been working on photographing all of Poy Sippi Cemetery. I have not found a marker for Solomon Cottrell. His name is not listed on an online transcription listed below:

The transcription is fairly accurate, but I have found many errors in it.

You might want to double check your sources and/or contact the sexton for the cemetery to see if Solomon is actually buried there. To get the sexton's name, just contact a local funeral home in the Poy Sippi area. They can tell you who to contact.

Let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Good luck!
Added by Janet Marie on Oct 05, 2015 4:12 PM
David I. Perry
RE: Louise Mathieu at Pleasant Lawn.
Yes, our record (PLC) show she was buried between Peter and Charles. She was the later one and it is unmarked. I took a picture because my smartphone does the GPS. Now anyone can find the location with Find A Grave GPS.
Added by David I. Perry on Aug 02, 2015 6:07 PM
I was at Westville cemetery today and updated/added more memorials..including some Hubbards..

Best Michele
Added by Culletto180 on Jun 14, 2015 3:11 PM
Linda and William S.
Mosquito Hill Cemetery
Place names corrected.
Added by Linda and William S. on May 14, 2015 7:14 AM
John Uhlman
Alice Merrill
Do you have further information that you could share with me on Alice Merrill who is also buried at the Ashippun-Lebanon cemetery?
Added by John Uhlman on May 06, 2015 8:38 AM
John Uhlman
RE: Zenus Merrell Ashippun-Lebanon Cemetery
You are correct, Zenus's tombstone can no longer be found. It may be buried, it may have broken over the years and been removed, I am not sure. As of the 1970's it was still there, as there was a cemetery reading done at that time. The cemtery was completely overgrown at that time, it was cleaned up sometime later that decade. I will put a note on the memorial that his tombstone is no longer able to be found.
Added by John Uhlman on May 06, 2015 8:36 AM
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