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Janice Clum Villemaire
RE: Charles Henry Baker
Thank you for sending all that. I found those same things in Rose Neighborhood Sketches and the extensive Van Valkenburg history on the National Assn. of Van Valkenburg Families website.I live in CA since 1962 but go back to NY occasionally. I was last at So. Sodus Cemetery in May, 2013 after having a Civil War Vet flag marker placed on Abraham (Abram)H. Van Valkenburg's gravesite. I recently downloaded all data from my Family Treemaker to if you are interested in Truman's branch.
Added by Janice Clum Villemaire on Jul 21, 2014 9:25 AM
Janice Clum Villemaire
RE: Charles Henry Baker
Then you and I are cousins of some degree. John James Baker, Zorada Louisa Baker Ackerman, and Truman C. Baker should be linked as siblings. Do you know where their parents came from?
Added by Janice Clum Villemaire on Jul 20, 2014 10:29 AM
Janice Clum Villemaire
RE: TRUMAN CLARKE BAKER...Nephew of yours?
Thank you for all the information in the last 3 messages. Yes, it appears John J. Baker (#38015692 administered by Carol Chambers) and Zorada Louisa Baker Ackerman were siblings to my ggg grandfather Truman C. Baker. So the younger Truman Clarke Baker would be a nephew. Sally Baker in the estate notice is probably a sister or sisterinlaw but I am not sure where she was buried. I grew up in Wayne Co., NY where all of Truman C.'s family was. Since John J.'s family was in Michigan since 1854, I never heard my family talk about them. I notice you are the administrator for many in the Baker family. Did you want someone else to maintain those memorials if you are not related to this Baker family in NY or Michigan?
Added by Janice Clum Villemaire on Jul 17, 2014 9:54 PM
Janice Clum Villemaire
RE: John J. Baker of Ransom Centre, Hillsdale county, yours?
Apparently John J. Baker and the others mentioned in this notice have some sort of relationship to Truman C. Baker, but I have no record of what that relationship is. My great great grandfather Andrew A. Baker (1829-Feb.5,1860) in So. Sodus NY cemetery is the only child of Truman C. and Mary Crandall Baker that I knew of.
Added by Janice Clum Villemaire on Jul 16, 2014 9:16 PM
Hawes info
Thanks for the info and pointing out me not wearing my
Added by CRob on Jul 08, 2014 7:12 PM
Jane ofarc
RE: temperance
Findagrave rules are not guidelines but RULES. Here is the particular RULE that I have copied and pasted.
Additionally, biographical information and obituaries should not be included in a virtual flower. Limit flowers to no more than one flower per memorial per day.
Since you won't delete it I shall report you. Oh and by the way I am a findagrave data manager for Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Jane Ofarc.
Added by Jane ofarc on Jun 29, 2014 5:17 PM
Jane ofarc
Sands Haviland
Thank you for the information but please do not put a bio on the flower section. That is not what that section is for. I would be happy to do it for you in the correct area.
Jane Ofarc
Added by Jane ofarc on Jun 29, 2014 1:05 PM
Jane ofarc
James Haviland 118202466
Thank you for the information on James Haviland. Could you give me the source for the information? I always like to add the source to the bio.
Jane Ofarc
Added by Jane ofarc on Jun 29, 2014 10:44 AM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 129830721
thanks for the info --I updated the bio and made links - that is some house -- WOW..
Added by Donna on Jun 28, 2014 5:30 AM
RE: Elva Cummings Johnson
It wasn't in the best of shape for photo, but I did what I could.
The caretakers at that cemetery do such a good job keeping things up. They just mowed in last couple days so a good time to locate "missing" ones. Phyllis
Added by Phyllis on Jun 13, 2014 4:27 PM
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