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Tom Cook (#47114965)
 member for 6 years, 1 month, 26 days
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Bio Photo I've been chasing tombstones since 1992. Traveling thousands of miles and always having an adventure.
I always like to share my finds with others. Find a is just another way for me to share my information.
The surnames I research are Cook, Trader, VanDyne/Vandine/VanDuyn, McKimmie, Fankhouser, Furbee and Postlethwait
I am a direct descendant of Mayflower passengers Stephan Hopkins and his daughter Constance.
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Lorna Dunham DiRe
Osborn Dunham
Oops...disregard info on McMahon. Sen to the worng "Tom".

Great photos though!
Added by Lorna Dunham DiRe on May 25, 2015 10:17 AM
Lorna Dunham DiRe
Osborn Dunham
And Alexander Furbee

Thank you for the great photos.

By the way, I have been researching my gg grandmother, Eliza McMahon Duffy. I just learned her parents were Thomas and Sarah McMahon. The family seems to stem from Monroe County and I was wondering if you might have any info you could share or point me in the right direction. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

You can view her memorials 13720249 and 117161118
Best Regards,
Added by Lorna Dunham DiRe on May 25, 2015 10:14 AM
Photo of Lucinda West
Thank you for providing the photo of Lucinda West.
Added by heb on May 23, 2015 1:30 PM
Helen Mathis
Gravesite Pictures
Thank you for taking time out of your schuedule to take pictures of the following gravesite:
#40573016 - Edward L. Cecil
#40573091 - Donald Cecil
#40573093 - Sally Sue Parks

My friend Kathy Athey Horn will be so excited to see the pictures.

Again, thank you

Added by Helen Mathis on May 23, 2015 11:58 AM
RE: Forest William Morrison 40573163
I was pretty sure you had it right. And the rest of the family is in Palmer Cemetery. Thanks for the verification and all the photos! Have a great Memorial Day Weekend! Sharon
Added by SGirton on May 22, 2015 7:25 PM
Forest William Morrison 40573163
Thank you Tom ... looks like you have been very busy!! And it is so appreciated. I just need to ask you something ... did you find his monument in Palmer Cemetery? Someone else put his monument in Northview Cemetery 78440863 - I'd appreciate your help and verification of cemetery. Thank you, Sharon
Added by SGirton on May 22, 2015 6:32 PM
Anthony J Allegra
RE: Hannah Brown (#134098087)
Thank you for the transfer and helping to reunite me with one of my long lost relatives. This ends a year long search to find out what happened to Hannah.

Your work is much appreciated.

Thank you again.
Added by Anthony J Allegra on May 13, 2015 2:57 PM
Anthony J Allegra
Hannah Brown (#134098087)

Do you have any connection to Hannah Brown? She is my 3rd GG Grandmother and I'm curious to see if we have any relation.

If there is no connection, do you mind transferring this memorial to my care? I would like to update some info and write a story for her.

Added by Anthony J Allegra on May 13, 2015 8:34 AM
L. Molaski
RE: Barnabas Cook 134302668
I do not know where he's buried.

My research led me to the following:

Elsworth Lewis Gardner Find A Grave Memorial# 38833550 is my wife's 3x great grandfather.

Story goes that he was born as a "Snow" but left home very early in life and was taken in by the Gardners of whom he assumed their name. Such is history.
Added by L. Molaski on May 05, 2015 7:36 AM
RE: Clarence Cook
Happy to help .
Added by kk on Apr 02, 2015 12:19 AM
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