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Robin (#47138710)
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Connie West Stewart
Nora Townsend
Hello Robin,

Thanks for the edit. I have corrected it. I transposed. I try to watch it but sometimes they get by. However, it's good now.

Connie
Added by Connie West Stewart on Aug 01, 2014 7:38 PM
Dave Bush
RE: obits
I would be happy to help your obit search for my area, which is suburban Buffalo. The Buffalo News doesn't have the greatest archive of obits, mostly
the more recent ones. I am not familiar with the
site you mentioned. I have used the Central Michigan University's CONDOR site for obits in their area. If you have a list of names and dates,
forward it to me and I'll see what I can do. I have
several local cemeteries I will be visiting in the next few weeks and maybe we can shed some light on
our family members.( My "local area" includes anywhere from Jamestown, N.Y. to Batavia, N.Y.)
Added by Dave Bush on Jul 30, 2014 4:19 AM
Laurie S Tokarsky
RE: Floyd and Leora Manwarig
Dear Robin,

Thank You so much for contacting me, I greatly appreciate it !!

Sincerely, Laurie # 47375347

Added by Laurie S Tokarsky on Jul 28, 2014 7:44 PM
Laurie S Tokarsky
RE: Floyd and Leora Manwarig
Dear Robin,

Thank You so much for contacting me, I greatly appreciate it !!

Sincerely, Laurie # 47375347

Added by Laurie S Tokarsky on Jul 28, 2014 7:44 PM
Dave Bush
RE: obits
Primarily the headstone photos I take are those of family, but also those of friends, and if I see a request by somebody for a cemetery that I am also researching, I will try to help them. I have been researching my family's history for several years through Ancestry.com and other sites, but I find that a trip to a cemetery sometimes will reveal relationships that recorded data doesn't convey. I have also found obits as a great source of information....I hope that doesn't sound morbid.
Added by Dave Bush on Jul 28, 2014 3:00 PM
Dave Bush
RE: Herman and Ella Spalti
My pleasure, Robin. As a matter of fact, I have family from the central part of Michigan....Mt. Pleasant, Petoskey, Springvale....that I was planning for a research trip to the area to see what I could find. I'm here in the western New York area and if you need any other memorial photos, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Added by Dave Bush on Jul 28, 2014 10:00 AM
Dutch Ramsdell
Grant Richmondf
You're welcome, Robin. If I remember correctly, and I'm getting to the point where I don't always, Mr. Richmond lived about 3 doors down from us.
Added by Dutch Ramsdell on Jul 20, 2014 5:19 PM
Ken Rouston
RE: Francis Jesse
Robin, I knew Fran when I lived in Harrison. He bowled in our bowling league and used to work for Murton Oil - delivered heating oil to our house.
Added by Ken Rouston on Jul 20, 2014 4:00 PM
Terry
RE: Donald Pixley
I can try calling there, but I think the ultimate way to resolve this is going to be to consult death records, census for both places, etc. Try your local library. You may get lucky and find a helpful librarian who is familiar with genealogy and can walk you through how to work through this mess.
I suspect it's entirely possible these are two different men. Are your family names for the guy you are looking for the same as the ones on either burial?
What's written on the other tombstone? Is there a wife, etc.? Does another relative's obit help any? Can we rule anyone out?
Good luck
Terry
Added by Terry on Jul 20, 2014 11:35 AM
Suzie Carlson
RE: Jared Fancher
You are so welcome, Robin.
I do still encourage you to contact the town offices and inquire of their records to see if it mentions a stone or not. I was only going according to the map on the website I listed under the photos on Find A Grave. Most likely you will find what I found, but you never know--stranger things have happened in genealogy research!
I'm glad I could at least save you the trip of looking for yourself!
Added by Suzie Carlson on Jul 09, 2014 9:42 PM
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