Hi there! I'm working with the Mullenweg and Hageney families as well as their offshoots. I recently got a Nikon D90, and am always looking for an excuse to go out and use it. Thank you for the opportunity to help out! I am extensively researching both sides of my family, so I have a lot of surnames! They include Mullenweg, Hageney, Billingslea(y), Clesi, Daniels, Pu(h)ls, Wichmann, Norwood, Weinstien, Hageney, Sojourner, Wycke, Hill...the list just goes on and on! Holler at me if you have any information, or just want to chat.
Re: # 74236656 Lt Abraham Parmalee Hello! Thanks a million for posting the Parmalee/Parmele tombstones! I just discovered these are ancestors of mine, who knew? Would you please give me permission to post these tombstones to my Ancestry.com Family Tree? Keep up the great work photographing tombstones! Bernice Turney-Borgia Rotterdam, NY
RE: Wichmann/Wichman/Wickman I am not relate to this family. I try to do a little research on the memorials that I add to Find A Grave; sometimes with the help of others. I really appreciate your kind words.
RE: Jehiel Parmele As you can see they aren't that easy to read, to add to the confusion, the next stone is Lieut. Jehiel Pamele (I believe his father), and is of the same stone, but we caught it right, and lucked out. You are welcome, glad to oblige.
As far as I can tell from the pic I have of the stone, the information is as follows: Rose M. 1878-19__ and Charlie E. 1857-1939. There is no death date ingraved in the stone for Rose. We will be back up that way this weekend, with your permission, I will clean the stone off a bit and take a better pic for you. There is a bit of moss that makes the stone hard to read. I can also email this pic to you directly so you can open it up with a higher resolution. Thanks, Cyndi